Boulder

Boulder Travel Guide

Articles about Boulder

By Geraldine Campbell
By Nicholas DeRenzo
By Jason Cochran
By Matthew Childs
Most people assume rock climbing requires bulging arm muscles and a nonchalant attitude toward bodily harm. Neither is true. In reality, climbers need to have the concentration of chess players and, at least initially, to be in moderate physical c...

Hotels in Boulder

Opened in 1909, the Hotel Boulderado was one of the first hotels in Boulder and is included in the National Trust’s Historic Hotels of America.

Restaurants in Boulder

This tiny Mexican restaurant looks like a mini-Mission with archways and a curved bell wall above the entrance. A lemon-yellow sign perched on the roof has a drawing of a man sleeping under a large sombrero, making the restaurant easier to spot from the road.

Things to do in Boulder

When Cyclone Nargis hit Burma in May 2008, killing an estimated 140,000 people and devastating the Irrawaddy Delta, the Asia Transpacific Foundation, the charitable arm of tour operator Asia Transpacific Journeys, was there to help survivors with access to purified drinking water via simple clay