James Dziezynski

Boulder, Denver, Lake Tahoe, Dubois, Lexington, Rocky Mountain National Park, Black Canyon of the Gunnison, Austin, Salt Lake City, Santa Barbara, Asheville, Charlotte, Birmingham, Nashville, Bellingham, Aspen

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  1. Hessie Trail - Snowshoeing


    Hessie Trailhead is a popular winter destination with trails leading to Lost Lake, King Lake and beyond. The farther you go, the thinner the crowds!

  2. Moffat Tunnel - Snowshoeing


    Moffat Tunnel East Portal Trailhead is the gateway to amazing adventures including Crater Lakes, Forest Lakes and Heart Lake. It's also a nice place for a walk in the woods.

  3. Moffat Road - Cross Country Skiing


    Cross country skiers who don't mind breaking trail will enjoy Moffat Road's steady, railroad grade and great views. It's 9 miles to the top -- can you make it?!

  4. Heil Ranch - Fat Biking


    When the snow falls, grab your fat bike and check out Heil Ranch's excellent singletrack trails -- great riding, low crowds and stellar views await.

  5. Moffat Road - Fat Biking


    Moffat Road is a fat biking challenge that climbs up to 11,000 feet and offers a tough, but fair railroad grade road to the top. It's a nice outing for rides of any length.

  6. Doudy Draw - Fat Biking


    Fat biking is fun at Doudy Draw year round, but when the snow falls get ready for prime conditions! Tons of trails to connect, most of them non-technical.

  7. Magnolia Road - Fat Biking


    Magnolia Road has a fierce climb that is sure to test the toughest of fat bikers. Or, you can drive up the climb and enjoy the rolling scenery on the upper section of this iconic road.

  8. Boulder Valley Ranch - Fat Biking


    Boulder Valley Ranch is a gateway to mellow fat biking in an amazing setting.

  9. Insider's Guide to Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park

    Black Canyon of the Gunnison

    It's deep, it's dark, and it's awesome. Explore this daring park if you have the guts, where 2,000' cliffs descend to a world of shadows.

  10. Mount Sanitas - Hiking


    Mount Sanitas is Boulder's favorite hike. Great views, easy year-round access, multiple trails and dog friendly -- it's the perfect place to fall in love with Boulder's mountainous vibe.

  11. Anemone Hill


    Anemone Hill is a beautiful and quiet retreat right in the city of Boulder. A 1,000 ft. climb offers solitude, views and more than likely, a wildlife experience!

  12. Mallory Cave


    Mallory Cave explores the base of the Flatirons before reaching the wrought gates of the bat cave! A steep, scenic hike that concludes with a fun scramble to the bat-gate.

  13. Royal Arch


    Royal Arch is one of Boulder's natural gems. Reaching this natural gem requires a short, steep hike that gains over 1,000 feet of elevation and wanders through forests, gullies and boulders.

  14. Doudy Draw - Hiking


    Doudy Draw is a peaceful gateway to a larger network of excellent trail that border the natural boundary between prairie and mountain.

  15. Bear Peak


    8,461 ft. Bear Peak offers unobstructed 360 degree views of the glorious Rocky Mountain landscape. It happens to be a mighty fine hike as well, with several route options including a prehistoric, fern-filled canyon and a ravag...

  16. Davidson Mesa - Hiking & Running


    Davidson Mesa has incredible views and is a fantastic place for hikers and runners to gain a new perspective on the city of Boulder. The fenced in dog park is a blast as well!

  17. Dry Creek


    Dry Creek has gone to the dogs! While not officially a dog park, this open space park is the perfect place to take a hike or run with your favorite pooch. There are 1.3 miles of trails that open up into a spectacular meadow.

  18. Chautauqua Park


    Boulder's Chautauqua Park is a gateway for adventure. Whether it's a casual hike to the base of the Flatirons or a launching pad for bigger peaks, this historic park is a great place to start a day of fun.

  19. Greenbelt Plateau - Hiking


    Greenbelt Plateau explores the peaceful side of south Boulder, with trails extending to the foothills and off into the prairies. Great for hikers, runners and mountain bikers.

  20. Wonderland Lake Park


    Wonderland Lake Park is a peaceful retreat in North Boulder, with a network of trails that explores the foothills and expand all the way into both the Mount Sanitas and Eagle Loop area.

  21. Q&A with Runner & Coach Art Ives

    Colorado running coach Art Ives has inspired many athletes with his wisdom and work ethic.

  22. The Long Road Back to Montana


    A far away mountain becomes a beacon for hope for two friends affected by cancer.

  23. Q&A with Austin Ultra Runner Erik Stanley


    Austin ultra runner Erik Stanley talks about what keeps him running, why he loves the sport and his future running goals.

  24. Q&A with Colorado Runner Cara Winters

    Cara Winters is a Denver runner with a positive outlook on running -- and many miles yet to run.

  25. Q&A with Salt Lake City Runner Peter Esko

    Salt Lake City

    RootsRated caught up with Peter Esko to ask him about his running: what motivates him, what he loves about the sport and what his goals are.