A new portal also streamlines buying licenses, park passes, and more.
Colorado's areas are advertising adventure amenities and bunny slopes to attract visitors in a dry winter.
A diverse group will discuss public lands and recreation at Denver's July Outdoor Retailer show.
The group's Environment Foundation awarded grants to the Aspen-Sopris Ranger District and the Colorado Fourteeners Initiative.
The new service offers outdoor classes and insider info on area activities.
Evergreen Lake, less than an hour from Denver, boasts 8.5 groomed acres and 11 hockey rinks.
Cimarron Mountain Club, opening December 2018, will host just 15 families.
The SnowSport Safety Foundation argues that resorts should do more to reduce risk during low-snow conditions.
The funds will go to programs that get kids outdoors statewide.
Ring in the new year with one of Colorado Parks and Wildlife's 30-plus events.
The 21-year-old man's death provides a look into Colorado's decentralized system for tracking resort casualties.
Resort employees, who haven't been able to start working yet this winter, get three dinners a week on the boss.
The Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show trade show will bring 1,000 gear brands to town.
Nine-year-old Christian "Buddy Backpacker" Thomas completed the Continental Divide Trail this year to claim the title.
Doctors at Englewood's Swedish Medical Center are leading major reconstructive surgery on a hunter who survived a Wyoming bear attack.
The poison "bombs" have been used to control coyote populations.
Entrance fees are waived in parks nationwide on November 11 and 12.
The new Adventure Tourism Program is the first of its kind in the country.
The new active-wear company launched an Aspen pop-up this summer—to booming success.
Colorado bested seven other states in a series of benchmarks measured by the Center for Western Priorities.
Visitors on Telluride's own two-mile "iron way" have reached 3,000 climbers.
A 55-year-old California man was 1.4 miles up the Crater Lake Trail when he apparently succumbed to a heart attack.
A housing development is planning to take down Leadville's big white wall—and the iconic sign on it.
A notoriously aggressive male attacked two women near Performance Park; both are expected to survive.
Alyson Kirk became the second woman on record to climb all Colorado peaks higher then 12K—that's 1,313 summits.
Seven people have died while climbing in the Elk Mountains this year. Mountain Rescue Aspen hopes to stop the trend.
Two people tried to break into a car at La Plata Peak trailhead, then pulled a gun on the man sleeping inside.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife are already straining to manage wildlife and parks. What will the future bring?
On a busy day, some 1,100 people visit fragile Hanging Lake. A proposed plan would cap hikers at 615.
After being tranquilized in a Colorado Springs neighborhood, a mother bear falls from a tree to her death.
Outdoor recreation companies—and users—in Colorado are emerging as a huge source of support for threatened public lands.
More than 100 companies signed a petition asking officials not to drill in the Alaskan refuge.
Janette Heung will join the Colorado state government's team August 10.
Growing crowds on the summit and an overflowing parking lot prompt officials to ponder limiting access.
A startup hopes to install its high-tech screens on safety bars at Winter Park and Wachusett Mountain next season.
The Secretary of the Interior ordered the BLM to speed up its review of oil and gas permits in July.
The bipartisan Every Kid Outdoors Act would give all 4th graders free access to national parks.
Wildlife officials warn hikers about a recent increase in snake sightings--and bites.
The Anne E. White Trail was closed after the 2013 floods.
A surge in rescues of unprepared hikers prompted the warning.
The state's recreation industry brings in $28 billion per year.
Officer Steven Beare of Littleton disappeared on Mt. Elbrus in mid-June.
Animal-related crashes are on the rise, endangering both wildlife and drivers on Colorado's roads.
Growing visitation and shrinking budgets squeeze state public lands.