Seth Boster, The Gazette

Seth Boster

The Gazette

Colorado Springs, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Seth:

Trail closures could be considered for hiking paradise near Colorado Springs

A mountain hamlet west of Colorado Springs has been steadily transforming into a hiking paradise, but that is now a destiny in question. → Read More

A Colorado nature fantasy awaits sturdy explorers

nothing, not even the pictures across the internet, can prepare one for what lay deep in the San Juan Mountains, hidden and protected indeed: Wheeler Geologic Area. → Read More

In Colorado Springs and beyond, 'magic' of ham radio breaks doldrums of COVID-19

The Pikes Peak Radio Amateur Association (PPRAA), counting a little more than 100 members mostly from generations past, is among an underground but bustling faction of American culture. Something have → Read More

Underdog speedster sets unprecedented mark in Colorado mountains

Sarah Hansel raced to a class of her own on July 8, when she completed the cult classic challenge known as Nolan's 14. → Read More

Colorado hot springs open for business but with coronavirus restrictions in place

Colorado's "healing waters" have reopened, though their reputations have been obscured by the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Colorado rafting industry counting on late surge to make up for slow start

An iconic Colorado industry hopes COVID-19 doesn't sink its late-summer prospects. → Read More

Happy Trails: Say hello to Pikes Peak region's newest open space

How much do people of the Pikes Peak region love new trails? If the opening Saturday of Pineries Open Space was any indication, the answer is a lot. → Read More

The Colorado cafe where Elvis lives on — and where his favorite sandwich is still served

GOLDEN • In the rush of traffic here at a busy intersection of U.S. 6, amid the big, corporate buildings, it’s easy to miss the little cafe tucked between a → Read More

Hikers soon will have to pay to visit some Colorado outdoor areas, including Dome Rock

Planning to hike in Dome Rock State Wildlife Area again this summer? → Read More

Work set to begin on 28-mile network of mountain bike trails in Colorado

With the go-ahead from the Bureau of Land Management, two Colorado communities could come closer to their goal of becoming mountain biking destinations. → Read More

'Beautiful trail' that will connect to Manitou Incline expected to be finished soon

The Manitou Incline's closure due to COVID-19 hasn't stopped progress on "the hill," as regulars affectionately call the grueling trail of 2,744 timber steps. → Read More

Gates down at Mount Evans Highway, but nearby trail grants greater escape

Perhaps North America's highest paved road has kept some distracted. But make no mistake: the self-powered journey on this trail grants the greater getaway to alpine majesty, free of exhaust → Read More

Lessons of Silas: A Colorado transgender man's journey to Father's Day

PARKER • Silas Musick would not be accepting a new lawnmower for Father’s Day. → Read More

Manitou Incline protest aims to separate politics from closure

Manitou Incline devotees are prepared to take back their favorite trail, which Manitou Springs leaders closed March 17 due to coronavirus concerns. → Read More

Data details COVID-19's hit to America's ski industry

New data details the coronavirus pandemic's brutal blow to America's ski industry. → Read More

Master plan approved for 600-acre open space in Colorado Springs

A new blueprint aims to transform a Colorado Springs nature zone. → Read More

Happy Trails: Waterfall a bonus of Pancake Rocks west of Colorado Springs

It's a hard-earned trek to get to Pancake Rocks in Teller County. If looking for something less arduous, or if perhaps you find yourself short on time and testing summer → Read More

Comforts found in little town outside Aspen: pot pie, wine, love

Pull off Colorado 82 for Basalt between Glenwood Springs and Aspen, and you’ll come to a charming downtown where between storefronts a restaurant appearing to be a family home catches → Read More

Colorado mountain town expanding network of trails for hiking, biking, Nordic skiing

Pete Swenson believes most Frisco outsiders to be unfamiliar with what he calls the town's centerpiece for trails. → Read More

Manitou Incline future murky as ever as tensions flare over proposed reopening

The cities of Manitou Springs and Colorado Springs appear to be no closer to an agreement over the equally beloved and despised Manitou Incline, which local leaders closed under an → Read More