Skiers, resort operators, mountain bikers and motorized users hope national monument status for historical landscape at Camp Hale continues to support outdoor recreation.
Posted inOpinion, Opinion Columns
Opinion: Colorado needs the CORE Act. It’s time for the Senate to act.
I discovered the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDT) in 2014, the longest of America’s great trails, as part of the Warrior Hike program to help military veterans “walk off” the effects of war. My service in the Army from 2008-12 included time as an aviation officer and UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter pilot , as well […]
Posted inEnvironment, Growth, News, Water
Controversy over Denver Water’s Gross Reservoir expansion offers a glimpse into water woes in the West
Tucked out of view in the foothills southwest of Boulder, Gross Reservoir is a mountain oasis surrounded by pine trees, alpine flora and chattering wildlife. On a typical summer day, hikers, campers and kayakers leisurely come and go, lured by the landscape’s beauty. Residents who live on the north shore of the reservoir take their […]