100 Years Up High celebrates the 20th century in the Colorado mountains by focusing on the significant people, events, and developments that made climbing, hiking, and skiing the High Country a great outdoor adventure for hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts drawn from Colorado and beyond. Explore the hiking, climbing and skiing and learn how Coloradans worked to protect our home mountains. Coloradans not only hiked and climbed but also pushed to create national parks and national forests in their own state, a movement highlighted by the creation of Rocky Mountain National Park in 1915. Vouchers to attend are $5 and get you $5 off the author’s featured book or a purchase on the day of the event. Vouchers can be purchased in advance, over the phone, or at the door.