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Taking the High Road: Mountain Treks for All

  • Laurel Angrist
  • 17 April 2012

For centuries, high-minded travellers, wise men and ladies alike, have sought out the world’s mountains, revelling in the challenge of the climb and capturing in photographs and ink the terrific views and exaltation that come at the end of long and strenuous hikes. Ridge-rambling adventurers are, if anything, more numerous today than ever before. Fortunately, mountain treks abound, gauged to hikers of all abilities.

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Keeping Transportation Green and Down to Earth in Mile High Denver, Colorado

  • Paul Tavner
  • 11 March 2011

Denver, Colorado, is known as the ‘Mile High City’ because, as many a local can report, anyone standing on the right step of the western entrance to the state capitol building is exactly one mile above sea level. While the elevations may be sky high, one local company is working to make sure that the city’s carbon emissions don’t get there too: Executive Transportation (or Exectran), the newly announced Green Path Transfers partner.

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Good Green Wheels in Colorado’s Vail Valley

  • Laurel Angrist
  • 21 December 2010

Cradled by the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains, Vail Valley, Colorado, is a top winter destination for skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels, complete with gorgeous scenery, unrivalled ski resorts and plenty of excellent dining options. Getting around can be tricky, of course, as the weather can make for some major transportation challenges. So when faced with everything from windy mountain roads to extreme winter driving conditions, it’s easier to navigate the steep slopes of Vail Valley by booking ahead with a reputable and knowledgeable local taxi service like Green Limousine.

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