Off the Beaten Path in Boulder
Journey to parts of Boulder usually only frequented by locals in this neighborhood tour.
Help with forest restoration, seed collection, farming, trail repair and more through Boulder Open Space and Mountain Parks' ongoing and well-organized volunteer programs.
Stop by Settler's Park for a hike along the Red Rocks Trail. You'll see out-of-this-world geologic structures and views for miles around.
Cafe Aion's chef, Dakota Soifer, was the champion chef in season four of Cutthroat Kitchen.
Catch the Dairy’s “Backporch” performance series or a drive-in movie until this performing arts center and gallery reopens to the public.
If you’ve never tried an e-bike, you’re in for a treat. You'll feel like a superhero zooming up hills with the greatest of ease. Pedego Bikes’ tour takes you through historic downtown, along the Boulder Creek Path and up to the foot of the Flatirons.
Boulder has installed more than 50 vibrant new murals in the last couple of years.
Bike under the bright Colorado sun, through Boulder on Goose Creek Path.
Grab your lunch before your bike ride at LeFrigo where the vast selection of imported cheeses, meats and olives will make you want to eat everything in sight.
Lesser traveled than some of Boulder’s more mountainous wilderness areas, Sawhill Ponds is perfect for bird-watching, with swaying cottonwood trees, lush grasses and teeming wetlands.