Authorities say a 20-year-old woman was seriously injured when she fell about 30 to 40 feet while rock climbing in a canyon west of Boulder.
If you’re in Boulder Canyon this summer and you hear what sounds like a live jazz-rock band echoing off the canyon walls, relax, you’re not losing your mind.
In the northeast part of the state fire danger ranges from high to even extreme thanks to the warm weather and low humidity. The danger is much lower in the high country, but it doesn’t take long for that to change.
A rock climber has died and another was injured in two separate incidents west of Boulder on Sunday.
The slide is located approximately 12 miles west of Boulder and the road closure is expected to stretch until the early evening.
All evacuations have been lifted for the Flagstaff Fire burning in Boulder. Flagstaff Road reopened Friday morning.
Colorado transportation officials are hoping to get both lanes of the highway between Boulder and Nederland open after a rockslide.
A fallen boulder forced Highway 119 in Boulder Canyon to close Monday morning.