Courtney Johnson

Santa Barbara, Boulder, Denver, Rocky Mountain National Park

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  1. Jake Clinton

    Santa Barbara

    Every summer for 26 years, Jake Clinton has galvanized the Santa Barbara running community with Wednesday Night runs at Leadbetter Beach.

  2. Ocean Futures Society

    Santa Barbara

    Based in Santa Barbara, the Ocean Futures Society is a non-profit dedicated to protecting the ocean through education.

  3. Mountain Air Sports

    Santa Barbara

    Mountain Air Sports opened its doors in 1980, and has been guiding people to Santa Barbara's incredible outdoor opportunities ever since.

  4. Warren "War Dog" Thomas

    Santa Barbara

    Having spent his entire life on the water, Warren Thomas opened the country's first dedicated SUP shop in Santa Barbara in 2007.

  5. Hit the Trails With Santa Barbara Trail Runners

    Santa Barbara

    Nancy Kaplan wanted to run Santa Barbara's trails with company. Today, the Santa Barbara Trail Runners have over 400 members.

  6. Without Limits Productions

    In 2007, the Panigutti brothers entered a saturated market. Today, Without Limits Productions is behind Colorado's most exciting triathlons.

  7. Cyclocross Nationals Return to Boulder

    After 17 years, the Cyclocross nationals returned to Colorado, where competitors enjoyed crowds that rivaled those of Europe.

  8. Lizard's Mouth - Climbing

    Santa Barbara

    One of the best bouldering spots in Santa Barbara. Not to mention a great place to view a Pacific sunset.

  9. Mount Pinos - Skiing

    Santa Barbara

    The summit of Mount Pinos is the highest point in Ventura County, and the surrounding wilderness area is great for skiing and snowboarding. Enjoy weaving in and out of subalpine and white fir trees.

  10. Rock Camp/ Red Rocks Camping

    Santa Barbara

    If you're looking to beat the heat with some popular swimming holes, Rock Camp/ Red Rocks is the place to be.

  11. Wild Basin/Thunder Lake


    Camping galore along this 13-mile hiking trail in Rocky Mountain National Park.

  12. Alder Creek/Murieta Juncal Road - Backpacking & Camping

    Santa Barbara

    Ocean views and primitive camping make this a great place to spend a leisurely weekend.

  13. Carpinteria State Beach Campground

    Santa Barbara

    Carpinteria State Beacj is one of the most popular beach camping destinations in the Santa Barbara area.

  14. BolderBoulder 10k Route - Running


    You can run this famous route on race day or on your own.

  15. Boulder Creek Path - Running


    7 miles of paved and graveled path that is perfect for an easy run, walk, or commute.

  16. Tunnel Trail - Running

    Santa Barbara

    This is a tough mountain run with rugged terrain, steep climbs, and high mileage.

  17. Ventura River Preserve - Running

    Santa Barbara

    Trail options galore in this scenic 1600-acre preserve. The trail variety and relatively low elevation changes make this a great place to go for a trail run.

  18. Rancho Oso - Trail Running

    Santa Barbara

    Tucked between the Los Padres National Forest and the Santa Yrez River is a really beautiful plot of land with plentiful running opportunities.

  19. San Ysidro Trail - Hiking

    Santa Barbara

    This 9-mile roundtrip is a strenuous out-and-back route with a lot of climbing and a nice waterfall along the way.