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Dan England

Summit Daily News

Greeley, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Dan:

Colorado’s outdoors offers a kind of therapy. But it’s not a magic pill.

COLORADO — Spring, a time when the bluebirds sing — maybe on your shoulder — and the sun cracks the worst of winter’s cold and the air smells like life, can be a time of darkness... → Read More

Meet Colorado’s ultrarunning, Coors-chugging TikTok star

When you go through his TikTok account, Michael Mitchell could be held up as an example of what happens when you spend too much time at high altitude. The videos show him carrying his slim,... → Read More

Colorado’s outdoor industry knows it could be much more inclusive. Here’s how it plans to get everyone outside.

DENVER — More than ever, the outdoor industry acknowledges that there’s a large — and growing — population that doesn’t feel included, and it’s a diverse group of all colors, sizes and challenges. This may... → Read More

Where to go snow tubing in Colorado

Much like Las Vegas resorts, ski resorts want to offer complete packages. And now, tubing is considering one of the main attractions. → Read More

New frontiers in treatment: Patients seek holistic approach to wellness

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — You might shake your head at Kris Rowse’s sound vibration room, the one full of 17 gongs that play a musical note attuned to the vibration of a specific planet or asteroid,... → Read More

The best places to find wildflowers in Colorado this summer

Looking for the best wildflower hikes in Colorado? We've got a list, stretching from Crested Butte to Vail. → Read More

Ditch campgrounds. Here’s your basic guide to dispersed camping in Colorado.

Thinking about dispersed camping in Colorado? Here are the basic rules to follow, resources available and where to pitch a tent. → Read More

Where to see bald eagles during their annual winter visit to Colorado

Even if the Broncos had made the playoffs this year, they wouldn’t have had as good of a comeback story as the bald eagle. Our national symbol was once withered by the pesticide DDT — there were only about 10 nesting pairs in Colorado in the 1970s, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.… → Read More

5 incredibly wacky winter races that would only happen in Colorado

Looking for something to do in Colorado during the winter? Try skijoring, snowshoeing or another one of these wacky winter races. → Read More

Where to go stargazing in Colorado, from parks to small towns

Looking for where to go stargazing in Colorado? We've got a list of some of the best dark sky locations across the state. → Read More

Colorado’s snowpack delivered an epic ski season. Now it’s rafters’ turn — even if they’re a little nervous

Colorado’s snowpack is reaching historic proportions this spring, and that leaves fans of whitewater excited — and a bit nervous. Last year’s slim snowpack threatened to run river rafting companies out of business, especially in southern Colorado, where rafters were left scrounging for trickles of water. This year, enthusiasts see opportunity, as all rivers look… → Read More

Your guide to understanding avalanches in Colorado after this winter got off to a dangerous start

Winter got off to a dangerous start in Colorado after two people died in avalanches. Experts urge people to take classes and precautions. → Read More

The 10 best places to go sledding near Denver, Boulder and beyond

As the snow finally starts to drop in Colorado, here are the best sledding hills, thanks to exhaustive research (thanks, Google!) and many reader reviews. → Read More

Where to see bald eagles during their annual winter visit to Colorado

We have a few suggestions on established spots to look for bald eagles, followed by some general tips on finding them on your own. → Read More

A bad winter means ice fishers need to head to the mountains

Colorado's high country is a place for skiing, snowshoeing and tubing, and now, at least this winter, it's the only place to go ice fishing. → Read More

What you need to know if you’re looking to start fat biking this winter

If you're curious about fat biking, or downright interested, here's a few things that will help you get started. → Read More

Post-Thanksgiving hikes for every family member, from the fitness gurus to the Instagram obsessed

We can't help you with your relatives during Thanksgiving dinner, but we can help you find the perfect hike that matches their personalities. → Read More

Evans Moose Lodge to host breakfast for winter coats for kids

The Loyal Order of the Moose Lodge in Evans will host a breakfast to benefit a program that gives winter coats for children in families who may not be able to afford one. The breakfast will be from 8-11 a.m. Saturday at the Lodge, 3456 11thAve. It is $5 per plate, and kids 12 and younger eat for free. The program will benefit kids in Evans schools. Call (970) 339-5715 for more information. → Read More

Naked, but not really afraid: Greeley nurse shows off survival skills on reality show

Contrary to the title of the reality show, Justin Tuell was not afraid to go without much food for three weeks. → Read More

Northern Colorado man stars in ‘Naked and Afraid’

Greely nurse to be featured on Discovery Channel’s popular reality show “Naked and Afraid,” in which contestants must survive several days in the wilderness and in the nude. → Read More