Only in Colorado: Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum

By Terri Cook

If you’ve ever climbed one of Colorado’s fourteeners, you know just how difficult it can be to make it to the top. From that lofty elevation, it seems nearly impossible that anyone could push him or herself nearly twice as high into the so-called “death zone”—the altitudes above about 26,000 feet where there’s not enough oxygen for humans to survive…  Read more…