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Kat Clayton, right, performs a handstand on the summit of Torreys Peak (14,267 feet above sea level) as friends Alex Barrios, center, of Denver, Nick Crespi, left, of Littleton, and Lauren Barrios, far left, of Denver, take pictures of the feat on Saturday, Sept. 1, 2012. (Daniel Petty, The Denver Post file)
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A list of 10 essential Colorado things to do written all the way back in 2007 (more than six months before the debut of the first-generation iPhone) is yet again the most-clicked lifestyles article of the year. We've been doing listicles since Buzzfeed was a twinkle in Jonah Peretti's eye. But our coverage doesn't stop there. If you want to upgrade your bedroom with one simple trick, we can help. Didn't know that you wanted to make a road trip to discover the best restroom in the state? We've got a story that'll open you up to the idea.

Here is the complete list of the 100 most-clicked lifestyle articles of 2015:

  1. Top 10 things to do in Colorado in your lifetime
  2. Your best bedroom ever: Aim higher than luxury-hotel sheets
  3. This tiny Colorado town's public restroom is unlike any you've seen
  4. Denver fireworks 2015: Metro-area parades, fireworks, music and food celebrate Independence Day
  5. Dr. Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet "brings attitude to Animal Planet"
  6. Burpees: The exercise you should never do again.
  7. Here's what's bringing millennials back to churches
  8. Fit Club: Orangetheory an idea that feels great in practice
  9. Sushi for beginners: Five steps to making sushi at home
  10. Avanti Food & Beverage food hall in LoHi on leading edge of national trend
  11. Colorado swingers spice up sex life at Squirrel Creek Lodge
  12. Home design: Pack fast, move fast, with these 12 tips
  13. Star Wars' exhibit coming to Denver – with original Darth Vader, Leia costumes
  14. Elvis Presley's Fool's Gold" sandwich was born in Denver"
  15. Colorado woman's tiny house lets her live large on less
  16. 5 ways to save Civic Center, including beer and one really big change
  17. Frontier Airlines "The Works" offers travelers savings, flexibility
  18. Denver's Le Central restaurant to close after 34 years of business
  19. Denver Botanic Gardens says corpse flower bloom is starting to die
  20. Colorado fall color: The 4 best hikes and drives to seek out gold
  21. Kitchen remodel: What it really costs, plus three ways to save big
  22. Evergreen man breaks world record for distance run on a treadmill
  23. Denver outdoor dining guide: Who's got the best patio?
  24. Littleton, Colorado home to star on FYI's Tiny House Nation"
  25. CU basketball star Kate Fagan pens memoir about being lesbian amidst evangelicals
  26. Architecture review: Mad at DIA's addition? Move on.
  27. Growing your own marijuana in Colorado: Legal doesn't mean simple
  28. Cow town no more? Only one Denver steakhouse makes national top 50 list
  29. Cold and snowy weather in Denver should stick through Friday
  30. Keep your cool: Six ways to chill your house for less
  31. Colorado ghost towns aglow in fall color
  32. Five big places to see holiday lights in Denver
  33. In your Colorado garden, spiders are mostly superheroes (except one)
  34. Stephen Colbert addresses Whole Foods' testy Colorado prison ties
  35. Denver Post comics and puzzles survey
  36. Radical downsizing helps Coloradan fit into DIY tiny house
  37. Home design: Pack fast, move fast, with these 12 tips
  38. 2014 Colorado Overnight Camp Guide
  39. Marijuana: The truth about growing your own pot
  40. Construction starts on LoDo Whole Foods anchoring luxe apartment tower
  41. Experimental, off-the-grid home a model for energy-efficient future
  42. Cats in Hats" pattern book for crafters goes ridonculously viral"
  43. Halloween event calendar in Denver
  44. Summer pools, dive right in
  45. Sunset's Idea House in Denver is open weekends through Sept. 13
  46. Hiking The Colorado Trail alone — the mental game
  47. Potato box yields scads of spuds
  48. Cooking with Cannabis: How marijuana affects baked goods in Colorado (with recipe)
  49. How long are you willing to wait for brunch? An hour? More?
  50. John Axford, Wilin Rosario and Rex Brothers designated in Rockies roster moves
  51. 2015 Colorado Overnight Camps
  52. Homeless advocates clash with police over plan to set up tiny houses
  53. Recipes from the movie "Chef"
  54. Whole Foods will no longer sell fish produced by Colorado prisoners
  55. Gym etiquette: Weighing in on pet peeves, advice
  56. Balmy weather to turn icy for Thanksgiving travel
  57. Never seen "Star Wars," never will: The scrappy, rebellious holdouts
  58. Beyond bacon and eggs: Denver restaurants with new takes on breakfast
  59. Six Denver restaurants leave OpenTable to save money
  60. To neuter your dog or not? New studies change answer for some
  61. Grandma Gatewood's non-pantywaist" gear guide to the Colorado Trail"
  62. Frontier adds surcharges on bags during holiday travel season
  63. Minnesota: Winter wonderland, both indoors and outside
  64. Why Denver reigns as the capital of fast-casual food
  65. Oh, hail! How to help your hail-damaged Colorado garden
  66. Why coloring books are gaining popularity among adults
  67. Women should know the symptoms of ovarian cancer, doctor says
  68. Uphill skiing continues its climb in Colorado
  69. As snow clears off The Colorado Trail, final prep before the hike
  70. Tough trees that thrive on Front Range
  71. 10 things not to miss at the Cherry Creek Arts Festival in Denver
  72. Grocery list shake-up: Shoppers love Trader Joe's, but how do the prices compare?
  73. Front-yard produce stands the latest in Denver's local food movement
  74. While other fast food companies fix their food, one big name resists
  75. Rihanna among stylish stars at Metropolitan Museum of Art gala
  76. Pinnacle Foods to acquire Boulder Brands for $975 million
  77. All aboard for mountain scenery: Eight Colorado rails take train riders back in time
  78. Be careful when you're in the market for an evaporative cooler
  79. Hot Springs Chill out, soak it up in the hills
  80. Denver couple designs a house that will accommodate them as they age
  81. New RH store opens up Cherry Creek mall despite indulgent design
  82. Seafood Landing, a standalone fish market, thrives in Denver
  83. How to train now to get fit for ski and snowboard season
  84. Crested Butte wildflowers put on a stunning show — for hikers and shutterbugs
  85. Denver has two National Historic Landmarks. Are there more candidates?
  86. Rocky Mountain National Park celebrates a century of preserving nature
  87. Boulder rock artist Michael Grab is making the impossible possible
  88. Top leaders out as History Colorado Center cuts millions from budget
  89. As Le Central closes, two new French eateries open in Denver
  90. Colorado river rafting: A bucket list of 10 trips to try
  91. Civic Center Park idea No. 1: Eliminate 14th Avenue
  92. Whole Foods to stop selling products made by Colorado inmates
  93. 2015 Colorado Day Camps - page 1
  94. Family-friendly, affordable skiing at Colorado's smaller ski resorts
  95. Does cardio burn fat? Are carbs bad? A closer look at fitness myths
  96. Blind hiker Trevor Thomas is the toughest hiker on The Colorado Trail
  97. Muslim-Americans in metro Denver fear backlash after terrorist attacks
  98. Rocky Flats Lounge, remote watering hole, heavily damaged in fire
  99. Home design for disabled vet and service dog tackles accessibility
  100. Healthy, whole foods, delivered to your door — too good to be true?