Yoga Classes in Ketchum

Our Favorite Drop-in Yoga Classes in Sun Valley

The yoga community in the Wood River Valley is strong. There is yoga in the park, yoga at the YMCA, and yoga at the Sawtooth Gathering in Stanley (Yogatooth). There are people who #yogaeverydamnday and people who go a few times a week to relax, rejuvenate, work out, and/or get their routine stretch on. Here […]

Steamboat Stinger

Team Limelight was in action this weekend at the Steamboat Stinger races. Saturday featured a 50 mile mt bike race, comprised of two laps around the course. Sunday was the Trail Marathon run, 1 lap around the same course. Each of these races on their own represent a serious challenge, but the the ultimate prize […]

Summer Strolling in Ketchum

Summer Strolling: An Afternoon in Downtown Ketchum

In Ketchum, it’s easy to get caught up in the myriad of outdoor activities available in the surrounding public lands.  But some days, it’s better to stay put.  Fortunately, the town itself exudes a bustling, yet pleasantly relaxed air that will charm the lungs and spirit of anyone out for a stroll, deeming a “down […]

best brunch in ketchum

Best Brunch Spots in Ketchum

Food is something that Ketchum does not mess around with. We do like the Hobbits do – breakfast, second breakfast, elevenses, lunch, afternoon tea, dinner, and supper. In line with American tradition, we do call second breakfast and elevenses ‘Brunch.’ Without further ado, please adorn your stretchy pants and get ready for your mid-morning meal. […]

Work Hard Play Hard in Aspen

Hosting a multi-day business event or conference can sometimes seem like a daunting task. With so many moving parts it can feel like you’re running in circles trying to wrangle your team to get involved in the festivities. Thankfully, there are places like Aspen. Truly serene and unique, Aspen offers a variety of things to […]

Picnic Ideas Aspen

Pack a Picnic in Aspen

In a town as small as Aspen, it might be hard to believe that there are over 30 parks. After living in Aspen for 12 years, I tried to name and count them all, but I came up short and had to double check the City of Aspen Parks Department’s website. With so much open […]

Floating in Aspen

Aspen Afloat: The Best Ways to Experience Local River Culture, Minus the Rapids

The Roaring Fork Valley is a region of hardcore whitewater enthusiasts, myself among them. And while the paddling community is always sad to see the water levels drop from full-bore hydraulics to mid-summer riffles, wave trains, and stretches of flat, there’s something to be said about a float trip. If you’re looking to experience Aspen’s […]