Voters approved wolf restoration in 2020. Two years later, CPW commissioners approve 301-page management plan that took hundreds of hours of meetings to draft.
Colorado college students work with outdoor businesses to solve challenges
Students from Colorado Mesa University, Colorado Mountain College and Western Colorado University offer solutions, perspectives for eight outdoor businesses as part of the Wright Collegiate Challenge
This Grand Junction company makes the “world’s best sleeping bags” — but you won’t find them in stores
As more businesses look for success in Colorado’s Grand Valley, Wiggy’s remains one of the mainstays of the region’s growing outdoor recreation industry
Conservation momentum surges for southwest Colorado’s Dolores River as record flows draw rafters
The River of Sorrows could see increased protection with federal legislation as a survey shows growing support for a national monument around Colorado’s pristine Dolores River Canyon Country
Backcountry skier caught, killed in avalanche near Breckenridge
31-year-old man from Colorado is 11th avalanche death this season. Spring conditions continue to change, Colorado Avalanche Information Center warns.
MoonBikes are a battery-powered snowmobile alternative for dashing through the Colorado snow
The French snowbikes could lure winter travelers with a quieter, more sustainable option for scooting over snow. They’re a new challenge for land managers handling next-gen motorized travel.
Breckenridge man breaks 14er winter climbing record with passion, perseverance and devil-may-care attitude
“I just go with the flow,” Chris Fisher, 29, said of summiting Colorado’s 59 peaks above 14,000 feet in harrowing, wintry conditions
Colorado ski areas may be overlooking a key inclusionary effort: diversifying instructors
Industry leaders have worked to draw underrepresented skiers and snowboarders in recent years, but little attention has focused on diversifying frontline staff
Boulder Valley Velodrome resurrected by team of cycling investors
The dormant 250-meter outdoor track in Erie will be revived as a nonprofit community gathering place and high-altitude training destination for track cyclists
Fire at Colorado Gators farm in Alamosa County kills several animals
“Tragedy has struck Colorado Gators,” the Mosca farm said on its Facebook page Tuesday morning