Landowner John Reiber had closed Mount Democrat to avoid lawsuits. The sale opens access, but does not slow effort to reform the Colorado Recreational Use Statute to better protect “freaked out” landowners.
“These are Colorado successes we are now sharing with the nation,” says head of Colorado Youth Corps Association
The valuation decision marks the final chapter in an 18-month battle that has pitted housing against wildlife and resort operator against its namesake town
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.
For three years, the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Education has been luring women into the field with mentored programs centered on diversity
Wipes, paper towers and plastic food wrappers created a blockage preventing the 400-pound black bear from digesting food, officials said
Environmental groups say the new forest plan for the GMUG “takes a major step backward” by increasing logging areas by 300,000 acres.
Wyoming officials say they’re muzzled, citing statute that protects the identity of those who legally kill wolves as grounds for not sharing any information with the public or even officials south of the state line.