The calendar says it’s spring, but it’s still snowing in parts of the Colorado mountains.
The U.S. Forest Service says it has enough information from a Wyoming company to launch an analysis of its proposal to mine molybdenum near Crested Butte.
The avalanche danger is high in Colorado’s northern and central mountains following one of the nation’s deadliest avalanches.
They may look silly, and even clown-like, with their giant oversized tires, but the only thing bigger than the mark fat bikes leave on trails is the impact they are having on the cycling industry.
While the skis and snowboards are freshly waxed and ready for the big storm, the cold reality of the snow season is the promise of the painful I-70 traffic.
Several Colorado ski resorts are making après ski a bit fancier, with drinks that leave weary skiers shouting, “Another round, barkeeper!”
Crested Butte Mountain Resort is marking Dec. 12, 2012, with a special deal.
A deal for U.S. Energy Corp. to scrap its plans to mine molybdenum near Crested Butte appears stalled.
This week’s USA Pro Challenge is taking many of the world’s best cyclists through more than a dozen cities in Colorado. It’s very competitive for those cities to win a race stop.
Tejay van Garderen emerged at the front in last few hundred uphill yards, captured the Stage 2 and assumed the race lead at the USA Pro Challenge on Tuesday.