Dr. Gloria Beim- An Olympian of an Orthopaedist

by Holly Battista-Resignolo They say she always has a smile on her face. Living in the mountains you hear a lot about broken body parts and along with that, you hear even more about the doctors providing patient care, as people are always looking for references. I personally have been fortunate enough to not need a reference but, over the years I kept hearing indirectly … Continue reading Dr. Gloria Beim- An Olympian of an Orthopaedist

Kate Hudnut – A Woman Who Rocks the Rockies

By Kimberly Nicoletti Kate Hudnut was nominated by her peers and received our annual 2018 Woman Who Rock the Rockies award! In 1994, Kate Hudnut seemed an unlikely candidate to fall in love with mountain life —much less become such an integral part of the nonprofit, and for-profit, workings of Summit County. She lived a cosmopolitan city life in Paris for four years, with John … Continue reading Kate Hudnut – A Woman Who Rocks the Rockies

Red Dirt Girl – Eunika Rogers

by Joy Martin Mountain communities world wide tend to attract seekers, those who long to find their place, a place to plant roots, cultivate character and build community. These thin-aired destinations are thick with homesick wanderers, drunk on the scent of pine trees, powder days, river ether and (potentially) craft beer. While it’s crazy hard to find housing in a high-altitude hamlet, it’s surprisingly easy … Continue reading Red Dirt Girl – Eunika Rogers

Mawa McQueen Launches GrainFreeNola

We knew Chef Mawa McQueen, founder of Mawa’s Kitchen in Aspen and the Crepe Shack in Snowmass Village, had started up something good when we discovered her GrainFreeNola. Her delicious launched a new organic snack brand is organic, paleo, vegan, and gluten-free, best of all it is delicious. She was voted a “Woman Who Rocks the Rockies” in 2017 and continues to make all of … Continue reading Mawa McQueen Launches GrainFreeNola

A Conversation With Annelise Loevlie of Icelantic Skis

From the Inaugural issue of Women Who Rock the Rockies in 2015. by Aaron Imber It’s easy to feel hopeless in our current economy. It seems like there are more PHD waitresses than ever. Yet the outdoor industry has a habit of fostering pockets of innovation and success.  Icelantic, a ski brand produced right here in Denver Colorado, is a shining example. Icelantic managed to … Continue reading A Conversation With Annelise Loevlie of Icelantic Skis

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Helping Veterans Discover the Healing Power of Yoga: Ashley “Goose” Cameron

Ashley Goose Cameron, a 5th Annual Women Who Rock the Rockies Recipient was recognized and nominated by individuals from her community. by Kristen Lummis At three years old, Ashley Cameron stood up to a goose. Although it was taller than her, she stood her ground, refusing to let the bigger bird intimidate her or the ducks that she was feeding. It was her first brush … Continue reading Helping Veterans Discover the Healing Power of Yoga: Ashley “Goose” Cameron

Kayce Anderson – For the Good Period

Photos and Story by Kate Lapides A Pad That Might Change the World For most of her professional life, Glenwood Spring’s Kayce Anderson, Ph.D., was an ecologist happily immersed in scientific research in South America. She spent a third of each year hitchhiking through the mountains of Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela, camping out in tiny Quechan villages at 14,000 feet for weeks at a time … Continue reading Kayce Anderson – For the Good Period