If you love watching water sports or competing in them, plan on heading over to the Montrose Water Sports Park for the 4th annual Fun on the Uncompahgre “Func Fest” that is hosted by the City of Montrose Office of Business and Tourism.
Water sport enthusiasts can spend the day watching or competing in a variety of water sports including a surfing contest, water kayaking, stand up paddle board cross and if you bring a helmet you can even participate in a water parade. Func Fest begins Saturday at 8:... read more
It is officially summer (and FINALLY starting to feel like summer in Bozeman)! We all know summer goes by in a blink of an eye around here, so it is time to GET OUTDOORS! There’s so much to do in a Montana summer that you really need to cram it all in! Camping, fishing, floating, hiking…get out there this weekend because it won’t be long before the snow flies. (Ok we take that back!) Here are a few ideas of where to go around Bozeman…
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Celebrate the Fourth of July in Vail by attending the biggest celebration of Summer at the annual Vail America Days. This year’s theme is the Great Outdoors and it promises to be a fun filled day sure to entertain everyone in the family and showcase the best of Vail.
The Vail America Days parade is not to be missed. It is one of the largest parades in Colorado and begins at 10am starting at Golden Peak on Vail Valley Drive and end on Lionshead. The parade will last approximately two hours and have and ... read more
As June gets ready to turn into July it means it is almost time for the annual Ketchum Arts Festival. This family friendly event is a fun summer festival not to be missed. The festival is run completely by Idaho artists and showcases the best of Idaho art, music and food.
Save the date on your calendar as this year’s festival begins at 10 am Friday July 13th and runs until 4pm on Sunday July 15th at the Festival Meadow on Sun Valley Road. With over 100 Idaho artists showing their arts and crafts work ther... read more
(photo by the amazing Ciara Carver)1. It's impossible to decide which amazing trail you want to hike next Grand Junction and the surrounding areas offer an almost endless selection of incredible trails to hike and bike. The only difficulty is deciding which one to hike next. 2. It's hard to find flip flops which match your parka Grand Junction can put the fashion police on double-red alert. We enjoy going out in late December wearing flip flops, jogging shorts, and a parka layere... read more