Great Outdoors Colorado
National Ski Patrol, Colorado Mountain College will get “refresh” from former GOCO leader
Chris Castilian is leaving Great Outdoors Colorado after four years in which he helped create a new state park, forge a new strategic vision and distribute $270 million in lottery-funded grants
Leadville’s gear-lending “library” is tearing down barriers to build a new generation of outdoor adventurers
Get Outdoors Leadville! offers bikes, packs, skis and more to Lake County residents in a national model for increasing diversity in outdoor recreation.
Opinion: Let’s create jobs in the outdoors because hard work pays off for all of us
GOCO’s transition to new grant distribution strategy creates avenue for Colorado coronavirus relief
The lottery-funded trust hopes to streamline its grantmaking process to allow larger-scale projects and equitable distribution of funds
U.S. Forest Service ranks protecting Colorado’s Sweetwater Lake high on its list of funding priorities
A promise of support from the Land and Water Conservation Fund bolsters the year-long campaign to protect the Garfield County lake and its surrounding acres from development
Ski Cooper’s expanded expert terrain, financial vibrancy reveal model for nonprofit ski area management
Think of Ski Cooper as the craft-beer of Colorado's ski industry, said Dan Torsell, the area's general manager
Nearly half of Americans didn’t go outside to recreate in 2018. That has the outdoor industry worried.
Sobering statistics in the Outdoor Participation Report show even kids are staying inside. “We should really be concerned as a nation that we are becoming an indoor nation,” Outdoor Foundation boss Lise Aangeenbrug says.
One-way-only mountain bike trail ups the adrenaline on Clear Creek County’s emerging trail network
The 1.3 mile downhill trail, called The Sluice, is a key feature of the new Floyd Hill Open Space trail system that reaches over the hill into Clear Creek Canyon
Could a massive southern Colorado ranch become a state park? It’s an idea just “crazy” enough to work.
The City of Trinidad, The Nature Conservancy, Trust for Public Land, GOCO and Colorado Parks and Wildlife are fine-tuning a plan to turn the 19,200-acre Crazy French Ranch into a new economic engine.