I just appreciate the mountains of CO, then living in Denver, I have access to leisurely afternoon wanders in the foothills as well as challenging hikes up to the sixth highest peak in the US, then i keep a close watch on the weather due to the potential of abrupt storms & head out to explore scenery as often as possible, but although it might be the easiest of the hikes on our list, The Trading Post Trail is typically a number one way to breathe fresh mountain air, stretch our legs & make a pilgrimage to Red Rocks Amphitheater.
I also appreciate the views of snow-capped peaks, wildflowers & alpine lakes found in the Brainard Lake Recreation Area! One of our more challenging hikes takes myself and others up Mount Elbert. It takes an eleven-mile round trip from the lower trailhead to the summit & back. It is a steady upward climb with an ascension of 4,000 vertical feet & amazing views over the Sawatch Range, while hiking keeps myself and others quite physically fit, our hobby also results in some sore muscles & aching joints. I experience cuts, bruises, strains & swelling on a typical basis. I’ve found that cannabis tinctures & topicals are a helpful, natural & straightforward treatment. I can stop at the dispensary in Denver, buy some CBD-dominant balms, ointments & tinctures & tuck them right into our backpack, but these cannabis products are lovelyly compact & discreet. They don’t require any specialized accessories or cause a mess or stinks. The tinctures are applied by way of a few drops localed under the tongue. The cannabinoids are absorbed sublingually for rapid onset of effects. With usual storage, they offer a long shelf-life, but plus, the package includes a handy dropper to actually measure dosage.