May 2014


Nonprofit Partner Spotlight: Dry Bones Denver

May 15, 2014

Expedition has strategic partnerships with six nonprofit organizations. 10% of all our trip fees are donated to one of the six organizations. Three of these nonprofits are in the Denver metro area, and three are further outstretching. We believe them all to be innovative and effective. Today we spotlight our partnership with Dry Bones Denver. Dry […]

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Front Range Trails: Centennial Cone Park

May 13, 2014

Centennial Cone Park This park is only 15 minutes from Denver and provides a great full day, twelve mile hike. There are also a couple short loops for those with kids or for a short after-work sunset hike.   Travois / Elk Range Loop – 12.1 miles You can start this loop from any of […]

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Nonprofit Partner Spotlight: Rising Tide Capital

May 9, 2014

Expedition has strategic partnerships with six nonprofit organizations. 10% of all our trip fees are donated to one of these six organizations. (See more about why we give away 10% here.) Three of these nonprofits are in the Denver metro area, and three are further outstretching. We believe them all to be innovative and effective. Today […]

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The 10 Essentials of Backcountry Dining

May 6, 2014

For me, half of the fun of camping is getting to cook and share food with friends. I make sure I have these 10 items whenever I plan on camping, whether in the backcountry or car-camping. 1. Coffee Grinder If you don’t already know me you might think I’m joking, but I don’t joke about coffee. Waking […]

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WHAT IS YOUR TOLERANCE FOR ADVERSITY?

May 5, 2014

Learning to leverage difficult situations If I had truly understood how difficult it would be to start a business, I am not sure I would have done it. Seasoned mentors and business owners warned me that it would be the most difficult thing I would ever do, and that it would affect every part of […]

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