A state lawmaker is working with trail groups and property owners on legislation that would reform Colorado’s recreational use statute.
A gap in knowledge, increased backcountry use and climate change are increasing avalanche risks for recreationists
“The answer here is not another lane on 70,” forest chief Scott Fitzwilliams says as he plans robust community discussions on the future of White River
Colorado’s outdoor recreation industry contributed $11.6 billion in 2021, accounting for 2.7% of the state’s overall economy
Skiers, resort operators, mountain bikers and motorized users hope national monument status for historical landscape at Camp Hale continues to support outdoor recreation.
Pro-level athletes competed in a Basque handball exhibition last weekend, bringing lamb, red wine and community spirit
Recent accidents put 2022 total at 36 water-related deaths, passing a tragic mark from 2020. State officials urge avoiding alcohol, and remind paddleboarders to use life jackets
The Ice Lakes Basin in the San Juan mountains is easily one of the most iconic alpine regions in Colorado. Located just outside of Silverton, the main trailhead offers a steep approach that leads to some of the most crystal clear blue water you can find. Combined with wildflowers, mountain goats and rugged peaks, it’s […]
Blue Mesa near Gunnison is for the moment safe from letting more water go, but Colorado River Drought Operations Plan says that could change
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