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For those seeking adventure and style, Slippery Rock River Ranch awaits you

Escape the mundane and find the extraordinary at Slippery Rock River Ranch. This incredible mountain getaway presents the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own an experience, rather than just a property. Slippery Rock River Ranch, which has recently gone under contract, is located at 27551 Highway 145, in Dolores, Colorado. LIV Sotheby’s International Realty’s Telluride-based broker, Teddy Errico, has the pleasure of representing this listing, which is available for $6,200,000.

Nestled on a sprawling 36 acres in the Four Corners region of Southwest Colorado, sits a uniquely modern, yet rustic retreat. Nearly every aspect of the property has been updated to transform the ranch-style fishing lodge into an elevated vacation experience. The compound has everything one might need for a weekend away in nature but with a more luxurious twist.

“Slippery Rock River Ranch is an absolutely amazing property,” said Errico. “There are few listings in the entire state of Colorado that

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Going Bikepacking? Here’s the Best Bags to Fit Any Style of Adventure

My first bikepacking trip was a simple venture in college: riding an ancient aluminum cruiser across farmland Minnesota, stopping in small towns for coffee and ice cream. The most recent trip was an overnight gravel grind in my new home state of Wyoming, with my dog Bea running with me. And my favorite was a ride down the Baja California Peninsula, ending in Cabo with three other very sweaty and dusty gringos.



Bikepacking sunrise on the Colorado Trail near Salida, CO.


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Bikepacking sunrise on the Colorado Trail near Salida, CO.

Each adventure was different yet enjoyable in its own way. Sometimes 24 hours without cell service is the perfect elixir for a rejuvenated work week. Other times it takes 1,000 miles and a healthy serving of suffering to find a full reset. Through these journeys I’ve tested dozens of packs, gradually picking out my favorites for each style of adventure. Some are good for light-and-fast strike missions,

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The Right Bikepacking Bags to Fit Any Style of Adventure

My first bikepacking trip was a simple venture in college: riding an ancient aluminum cruiser across farmland Minnesota, stopping in small towns for coffee and ice cream. The most recent trip was an overnight gravel grind in my new home state of Wyoming, with my dog Bea running with me. And my favorite was a ride down the Baja California Peninsula, ending in Cabo with three other very sweaty and dusty gringos.

Each adventure was different yet enjoyable in its own way. Sometimes 24 hours without cell service is the perfect elixir for a rejuvenated work week. Other times it takes 1,000 miles and a healthy serving of suffering to find a full reset. Through these journeys I’ve tested dozens of packs, gradually picking out my favorites for each style of adventure. Some are good for light-and-fast strike missions, others better for expeditions where durability, organization, and watertight seals

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