The U.S. Geological Survey’s Board on Geographic Names voted Friday to approve Mount Blue Sky as the replacement for Mount Evans
Climbers are raising funds for upgrades to the alpine route that would make it the first via ferrata in the Forest Service national trail system
Outings for young families are declining, even with the help of Colorado programs designed to break down barriers to the outdoors.
Environmental groups say the new forest plan for the GMUG “takes a major step backward” by increasing logging areas by 300,000 acres.
Ski resort managers rarely discuss injuries and limited injury data is shared only through industry-supported researchers.
They say rules intended to free up housing for local workers could force them to move out of town
CPW backs out of 55-year management of wildlife area with five days notice. The new Army Corps management plan will eliminate dispersed camping around the largest reservoir in southeastern Colorado.
Plan for $3.2 billion Deer Valley expansion includes 3,700 new acres of ski terrain plus a village built by the developer of posh New York City residential towers
The Seven County Infrastructure Coalition could re-start the two-year environmental review of the project or petition review by the U.S. Supreme Court
Florida developer Bobby Ginn promised Minturn about $160 million in perks if voters annexed 5,000 acres where he planned a private ski resort with 1,700 homes. A final deal 15 years later could bury the ghost of Ginn with $150,000 and 250 acres in exchange for approval for up to 250 homes.