Get Outside this Block!

 By Kyle Zinkula Colorado College students are lucky to have access to the wonderful Outdoor Education program at CC. However, sometimes the Colorado College Outdoor Education (CCOE) community can prove challenging to navigate due to the plethora of opportunities, […]

Block Break 1: FOOT Trips

 By Anabelle Harden Coming to Colorado College as a first-year is not easy. Often, it’s hard to know where to even start with making friends. Thankfully, students have a little help: Priddy Trips. Their ORC experiences don’t have to end […]

Airbnb for the Outdoors

By Claire Barber With a similarly remarkable platform, Hipcamp seems to be the Airbnb version of camping. It’s a relatively simple idea — I’m kicking myself that I didn’t think of it. Hipcamp’s website is […]

Pikes Peak for Beginners

By Kyle Zinkula The large, barren looking mountain jutting above the west of Colorado College’s campus is Pikes Peak. Pikes Peak is a popular mountain, offering vast opportunities for hiking, photography, biking, and more. It […]

Hiking Trails in Colorado Springs

By Alexis Griggs Colorado Springs offers several hiking options for people of all different skill sets, from paved trails to mountainous scrambles. Visitcos.com ranks Colorado Springs’ 25 best hiking trails based on accessibility, popularity, views, […]

Get Outdoors This Block

By Josie McCauley As the Colorado College campus floods with 2,000 students starting Block 1, some time in the outdoors is warranted. Take a look at upcoming Outdoor Resource Center trips and events this block […]