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Jeremy Jones

Jeremy Jones is Springs’ co-founder, editorial director and chief outdoor officer. He loves building community by telling stories about all the people, places and culture that make Colorado Springs an amazing place to live. And he’s especially stoked when exploring new places in the Springs, Colorado and beyond. Watch for him hiking, running or mountain biking the local trails with his wife and kids.

Eight Great Sled Hills

You're never too old for that feeling of snow-spray in the face and teetering-over-the-edge-of control speed that comes with sledding. Whether you have little ones or just want to...

Two Festivals to Celebrate the Winter Olympics

Here’s how to get in the spirit of Team USA and Olympic City USA with fun festivities at the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum.

Fort Carson Soldiers Selected for Beijing Olympics Bobsled

The Army World Class Athlete Program and Olympic City USA add two more Fort Carson soldiers to Team USA.

Fort Carson Soldier Earns Luge Spot in 2022 Winter Olympics

A Colorado Springs and Fort Carson local has punched her ticket to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing this February. Sgt. Emily Sweeney, a military police officer, was chosen...

What Do You Call Someone Who Lives in the Springs?

It’s time we had a name for ourselves, COS. Here are our suggestions. Vote for your favorite in in the poll.

Interview: Epiphany with Chef Ben Gallegos-Pardo

If you’re looking for an epiphany, you just might find it at the so-named new downtown hotspot. Epiphany opened on the corner of Tejon and Colorado late last year...

AdAmAn’s 100th Annual New Year’s Eve Tradition

The intrepid hikers of the AdAmAn Club ascend Pikes Peak to light the fuses for the 100th annual New Year's Eve fireworks display.

46 Ideas for Memorable Colorado Gift Experiences

Create memories with these 46 ideas. From bucket-listers to new skills, these Colorado gift experiences are all better than another sweater.

Top 12 Holiday Traditions in Colorado Springs

Is your favorite on the list? Here are our picks of the most quintessential COS holiday events and celebrations.

Where and How to Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

We tromp through the snow somewhere along Rampart Range Road on the sunniest December day in the forecast. The kids’ Santa hats bob as they run ahead. We don’t...