Glamorous + Camping = Glamping 5

When you’re enjoying the great Colorado outdoors this season, there is no reason you have to sacrifice your style. Practicality meets fashion when it comes to glam camping. Enjoy these multipurpose trends while on an outdoor adventure, or simply as trendy street clothes. So go out and enjoy the outdoors in style, but don’t forget sunscreen!

Vital Outdoors, Aloe Up Lip Ice SPF 15 Passion Fruit, $2.39

Sherpani, Amelia Handbag/Backpack – Rosewood, $79.95

Soybu, Killer Caboose Legging-Charcoal, $72

Wilderness Exchange, Prana Mika Top, $60

Coloradical, Call of The Wild T-Shirt, $32

Topo Designs, Camera Strap, $29

REI, Packable Travel Hat, $24.50

Soybu, Chloe Bra Orchard Ministripe, $25.20

REI, Chaco Wrist Wrap Bracelet – Diamond Eyes, $10

Summer Hiking Style Guide

Comfort, protection and style. This should be your mantra when selecting this seasons hiking essentials. Now that the trees are awake, flowers have fully bloomed and the mountain snow is starting to reveal Colorado’s favorite trails, we have officially entered hiking season. When it comes to choosing your hiking essentials, find clothes that allow you to move easily on the trail, always bring plenty of water and of course, remember base layers to keep you warm no matter what weather changes the mountains have in store. Just remember: comfort, protection and style.

MHM, Salute-HydroBlue, $229

REI, Danner Mountain Light Cascade Hiking Boots, $299

Wilderness Exchange, Prana Poppy Short-Black, $50

Patagonia, Women’s Sunshade Hoody – Peach Sherbet, $69

Patagonia, Women’s Short Sleeved Fore Runner Shirt – Gypsum Green, $39

Mountainsmith, Pyrite 7075, $54.95

Topo Designs, Topo X John Fellows Water Bottle, $20

Climbing the Highest Mountain, in Style

Denver is a mecca for outdoor clothing stores full of the finest gear and equipment. And when it comes to climbing, a challenging yet rewarding sport, proper clothing and gear is necessary in order to have a good time. Being lightweight is key and flexible clothing is a must. We recommend long pants to save your knees and legs from scrapes, a tank top to allow the upmost mobility and of course a helmet for protection. Here’s a guide to help you find the best climbing gear in Denver. And we assure you, there are plenty of stores to choose from!

Be Present Clothing Company, The Agility (Backslit) – Red with Pink Lotus, $65

REI, Sawyer Stay-Put Sunscreen SPF 30, $12

Wilderness Exchange, Mammut Togir Light Harness, $69.95

Bentgate Mountaineering, Scarpa Reflex Climbing Shoe, $109

Bentgate Mountaineering, Petzl Elios Helmet, $65.95

Topo Designs, Klettersack 22L Charcoal, $169

Patagonia, Women’s Cordelisse Tank in Tyrian Purple, $69

Wilderness Exchange, Petzl Arial 9.5mm X 70m Dry Rope, $260