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PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF KIRK WEBB (FLY-FISHING); COURTESY OF ELK MOUNTAIN EXPEDITIONS (RAFTING) tourists alike. It also features the best-curated collection of hiking shoes in town. 210 S. Galena St., 970-925-2849; HORSEBACK RIDING CAPITOL PEAK OUFITTERS Riders of all experience levels can enjoy a full range of horseback riding up and down the valley, from Aspen to Glenwood Springs. 9552 County Road 110, Glenwood Springs, 970-928-0723; MAROON BELLS GUIDE AND OUTFITTERS Indulge in everything from one-hour rides to all-day and overnight excursions featuring gourmet lunches, dinners, and libations from this adventure outfitter at T-Lazy-7 Ranch. 3133 Maroon Creek Road, 970-930- 4677; PARAGLIDING ASPEN PARAGLIDING Take to the skies with the country's premier paragliding school. On top of tandem instruction, the company (which is also a full-service dealer of paragliding equipment) offers certification, clinics, inspection and repair services, and more. 426 S. Spring St., 970-925-6975; RAFTING ELK MOUNTAIN EXPEDITIONS From guided wade-in fishing to group whitewater rafting, this member of the Colorado River Outfitters Association specializes in water activities. Rafting trips range from Class I to Class IV rapids. 401 E. Hyman Ave., 970-456-6287; GLENWOOD ADVENTURE COMPANY While this Glenwood Springs-based company organizes horseback riding, fishing, ATV touring, and para- gliding, it specializes in whitewater rafting, from the local Colorado and Roaring Fork Rivers to the out-there/ adventurous Upper Colorado and Arkansas Rivers. 723 Cooper Ave., Glenwood Springs, 970- 945-7529; ROCK CLIMBING ASPEN ALPINE GUIDES In addition to hiking, backpacking, and hut trips, this guide company's summer specialty is climbing, with half- and full-day beginner and intermediate courses. 210 S. Galena St., 970-925-6618; YOGA ARJUNA YOGA This diverse downtown studio offers classes in vinyasa flow, hot yoga, and many other disciplines. 517 E. Hopkins Ave., 970-948-1165; KING YOGA This innovative studio augments the power of yoga with the power of music for a multisensory release. 408 AABC, 970-920-9642; O2 ASPEN STUDIO & SPA Yoga, Pilates, and aerial exercises are complemented by facials, waxes, and massages at this locals' favorite, which moves into its new 408 South Mill Street location in October. 500 W. Main St., 970-925-4002; SHAKTI SHALA This studio, whose name translates to "house of true empowerment" and which debuted in its new space in early May, offers a wide range of yoga and meditation classes. 535 E. Hyman Ave., 970-925-1655; THUG YOGA You read that right... Thug Yoga pumps up the traditional om experience with a live DJ, beer, and "an unpretentious attitude" in multiple locations around Aspen. Mats are provided! 970-368-0607; Much more than an outfitter, Taylor Creek Fly Shop also guides fly-fishers to the area's best waters depending on the weather and the season. below: Elk Mountain Expeditions' raft trips on the Lower Roaring Fork are perfect for families with young children. The SOURCE: SPORT 146  ASPENPEAK-MAGAZINE.COM 146  ASPENPEAK-MAGAZINE.COM

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