Nominate Your Local Heroes!

WHO IS YOUR LOCAL HERO IN THE OUTDOOR COMMUNITY?

Colorado is full of people in the outdoor space who unite and uplift its communities. These local heroes may or may not get praise on the big stage but they work tirelessly to make a difference. They may be advocates, athletes, baristas, artists, guides, teachers. ski bums. The thing that sets them apart is the change they create out in the world. Every issue of Elevation Outdoors magazine calls out a local hero and now we want to ask you who makes the biggest difference in your town. Who should get credit for doing good? Nominate your local heroes here and help us create a reader poll to feature the best of them in the January-February Colorado Issue of the magazine.
Please nominate your local outdoor hero according to where you live. You need only nominate someone once to get them in the running. Please include their full name, town in Colorado where they live (or work), and a website for an organization associated with their work. Thank you.

    TELL US WHY THIS PERSON DESERVES TO BE CALLED A "LOCAL HERO":

    SELECT THE COLORADO REGION THIS HERO REPRESENTS


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