In the grueling 100-mile run through the Sawatch Range, hundreds fell short of the 30-hour cutoff
Landowner Tim Costello owns a portion of the Powerline Trail and says a recent court decision has forced him to require waivers for all Leadville 100 racers, support crew and spectators
New state law puts tiny homes on the same regulatory foundation as other manufactured housing, opening the door to let people live in them long term
A $2.2 million profit at St. Vincent Health in Leadville in 2021 turned out to be a mirage
Yes, we’re talking about curling. And the mountain town’s outdoor curling arena is the only of its kind in Colorado.
The newly created Camp Hale-Continental Divide National Monument helped spark the ski industry and was used as a high-elevation military training site.
Between late June and late August, I-70 through Glenwood Canyon closed nine times as state officials prepared for flash floods or cleared the roadway after car and truck accidents.
LEADVILLE — Adventure racing pioneer Mark Macy just got a new tattoo. There on his forearm, in big block letters: “IT’S ALL GOOD TRAINING.” “He’s said that a million times throughout my life,” says his son, Travis, one of Colorado’s most accomplished ultra athletes. “When he says it now, I tell him, ‘Well, Dad, I […]
LEADVILLE —A coffee shop downtown finally got fed up with the question and posted an answer: No, you cannot leave your bicycle in here. Everyone has a $10,000 bike. The sign got laughs from the locals, who’ve earned the right by living year-round at 10,000 feet to poke fun at Front Range and out-of-state tourists […]
Colorado voters in several resort communities approved increased fees and taxes meant to squeeze more revenue for affordable housing from short-term rentals. But voters in end-of-the-road Crested Butte and Telluride stopped short of heavier restrictions intended to slow and limit short-term rentals in the tourist-dependent communities. Jim Day, who is retired and lives part time […]