Our Favorite Instagrams
Originally published in the Winter 18-19 issue of SPOKE+BLOSSOM.
Travel Crested Butte, @travelcrestedbutte
Even those of us who love where we live need an occasional getaway, and Crested Butte never disappoints. Gorgeous scenery abounds here, and hiking and mountain biking trails seem to go on forever. Travel Crested Butte is a one-stop shop for planning your adventure, with camping guides, updates, and FOMO-inducing photos.
Ann Driggers, @anndriggers
Originally from Great Britain, Driggers makes her home in the Roaring Fork Valley. A true outdoorswoman and gifted photographer, Driggers inspires with her daily adventures — whether they be skinning up Mt. Sopris, bikepacking, rafting, wild-ice skating, or camping with her adorable Jack Russell. Follow him too: @scooter_the_terrierest
Kyle Moxley, Adaptive Athlete, @skiracecolorado
Kyle Moxley’s adventuring knows no bounds. A veteran injured in Iraq, he is a voice for adaptive athletes everywhere, encouraging others to never doubt their abilities after injuries. Moxley competes in adaptive alpine ski races all over the world and volunteers for sports clinics, Special Olympics, Wounded Warrior Project events, and more.
Two Skirts, Telluride, @twoskirtstelluride
Western Colorado fashion icon Kristin Holbrook has a simple philosophy: When women get dressed up, they look good and feel good. Holbrook’s upscale boutique, a Telluride mainstay for nearly 20 years, is beautifully curated with her signature mix of whimsical mountain lifestyle pieces and couture-inspired selections from both New York’s fashion market and Colorado designers.
yoga V, Grand Junction, @yogavstudio
Yoga V’s infrared-heat and non-heated yoga spaces encourage everyone to become yogis. Yoga V offers challenging flow classes, gentle yoga, adaptive and veteran yoga, meditation classes, and even yoga for kids. Yoga V also offers workshops and RYS 200-hour teacher trainings for those who want to help others further their practice.
Aspen Music Festival & School, @aspenmusicfest
Snag your tickets now for Aspen’s upcoming classical music festival June 27-August 18. One of America’s finest, the festival welcomes top orchestral musicians and opera performers, with students performing alongside artist-teachers and special guests. Ticketed and free performances are held in one-of-a-kind venues throughout Aspen.