Inflated parking, campground, trail and activity fees are making outdoor recreation more difficult for the average family
In the grueling 100-mile run through the Sawatch Range, hundreds fell short of the 30-hour cutoff
A string of recent sexual predators on Colorado trails reminds us that women must prepare for more than bears and mountain lions in the wild
During his 50-year career, Fielder worked to protect Colorado’s ranches, open space and wildlife. Over 50 books have been published depicting his Colorado photography.
Jeff Hammond spends day after day along the Arkansas River, in the cold and the heat and the wind, telling people to put on their life jackets, or making sure they have a permit to camp, or — sometimes — performing rescues like the one in which he pulled a mom, her daughter and their […]
The state reached a record high of $27.7 billion in travel spending and 90 million visitors in 2022, as it continues to feel the “aftershocks” of the pandemic
John Reiber closed access to his property atop Mounts Democrat and Lincoln along the Decalibron Loop in March over liability concerns. New QR liability waivers will open the peaks but he warns “this is not a true solution.”
Self-described Hypoxic Hikers push boundaries beyond treeline in Colorado as they fight for breath and respect with a tank-toting pack they designed with Osprey
Learning how to avoid the crowds may be the best way to enjoy, and preserve, Colorado’s well-advertised recreational areas.
Laura Pritchett observes how composing a firm response to email intrusions, and accepting the same, can reopen the quiet wonders of life away from a computer screen.