Colorado groups

We’ve created a database of the best groups, clubs, clinics, events, websites and apps for you to learn and connect with other active  Colorado women and moms.  Check it out!

Denver Trail Runners

A free group for people who like running trails in the Denver area.  Weekly group runs at different trails across the front range.  Geared more towards intermediate/advanced trail runners.

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Active Mamas and Moms to Be

Join other active moms in Colorado for group hikes, workouts and adventures!

 Women SUP Colorado:
Facebook group for women who love standup paddle boarding in Colorado or are new to the sport and want to learn more/find friends to SUP with and new places to explore.

Women Mountain Bikers of Colorado:
Same as SUP but mountain biking

Women trail runners of Colorado:
Same as above but for trail running!

Switchback Chics of Colorado:
Facebook group for women who enjoy all outdoor endeavors, free social hikes, SUP, backcountry skiing, hut trips and more!



Colorado Obstacle Course racers: 
This group is like a tight-knit family unit.  By joining the group you will find new friends to train and compete with, plenty of insights and inspiration!


Women’s Outdoor Alliance Colorado:
A nonprofit collective that strives to promote women & grow like-minded organizations in their efforts to get women involved in the world of outdoor sports. The activities we promote require human-powered initiative and space away from city limits. This includes, but is not limited to: skiing, snowboarding, mountaineering, expeditions, kayaking, rock & ice climbing, surfing, mountain & road biking, canyoneering, trail running, and backpacking.  Join this free facebook group to meet like-minded outdoorsy Colorado ladies to share your adventures with!

Great Apps!

1. Mountain Bike project:   You can use this to discover beginner friendly trails across the front range AND use during rides to ensure you don’t get lost.  They are ranked like ski hills, green= easy, blue= moderate, black= advanced.

2.  Trail Run Project You can use it to find the best trails near you for trail running!  Same premise as above

3.  Run Stroll Hike:  Good app for parents to find kid and stroller friendly hiking and running trails

4.  Denver Playgrounds and Parks and Denver’s best playgrounds:
Playgrounds are not just for kids anymore!   You can get an amazing workout using the swings, monkey bars and other playground structures.  
These apps presents an overview of more than 700 public playgrounds in the metro area