The Pole

February 22, 2024

Tired of saddle sores and chamois chafe? Well, settle in, because we’re about to have a really uncomfortable conversation. About bike seats.

February 15, 2024

Clocking in at 1.45 miles and 30 minutes of ducking and weaving through wall-to-wall people, shlepping from one end of DIA’s B Concourse to the other is no cake walk. But now, DIA travelers have someone to commiserate with. Apparently, Salt Lake City International Airport also has a B concourse with a death march from hell.

February 8, 2024

For an upcoming girls ski weekend at Sunlight Mountain Resort, you can leave your boots on – but not much else. On March 29-30, the small, privately owned resort near Glenwood Springs will host the all-female “Boot Tan Fest,” complete with an end-of-day naked ski lap.

February 1, 2024

It’s a sad day for frequent road-trippers to Denver. The endearingly risqué gas station/convenience store chain Kum & Go is changing its name.

If you need to take a moment to cry into your Kum & Go koozie or sweatshirt, it’s OK.

January 11, 2024

Colorado’s latest experiment in self-served, DIY skiing has called it quits. Bluebird Backcountry, located on the east side of Rabbit Ears Pass between Kremmling and Steamboat Springs, announced it was closing after three seasons due to financial woes.

January 4, 2024

The holidays are over, the tree is on the heap at Santa Rita Park, and city staff are back at work. And, they wasted no time TCB. 

December 28, 2023
December 21, 2023

It’s a Christmas miracle – or at least a really nice present. After several years of taking the week between Christmas and New Year’s off for some well-deserved R&R (aka “ripping” and “riding”), the Telegraph will be printing next week, Dec. 28.