Rocky Mountain National Park

Trail Ridge Road (credit: CBS)

Trail Ridge Road Repaving Project To Cause Delays

Drivers on Trail Ridge Road can expect delays for the rest of the summer during an extensive repaving project.


Muskrat In Rocky Mountain National Park Tests Positive For Tularemia

A dead muskrat has been found at the Lily Lake area in Rocky Mountain National Park and tested positive for tularemia.


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2 Hikers Safe After Lost For 2 Nights In Rocky Mountain National Park

Two women are safe after they spent two nights lost in Rocky Mountain National Park.


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13-Year-Old Girl Rescued At Rocky Mountain National Park

A 13-year-old girl was rescued in the middle of the night after she hurt her leg while hiking with her dad at Rocky Mountain National Park.


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Top Spots To Go Star And Moon Gazing Near Denver

Plan a romantic night out for two, and enjoy the beauty of the night sky in Colorado. Here are five fantastic places for stargazing near Denver.


Sheila Weckman of Loveland took this photo on Sept. 5.

Top Spots To View Wildlife Near Denver

One of the best parts of summer is spending time in the great outdoors and one of the perks of being outdoors is wildlife viewing. Stop by one of our state parks or national parks and check out the local fauna, or take advantage of a wild animal sanctuary to see more exotic wildlife. There is still plenty of time this summer in which to take a hike and look and animals. Bring the family or spend some time alone in these wildlife viewing areas.


The open of Old Fall River Road Thursday morning (credit: Rocky Mountain National Park)

Old Fall River Road In RMNP Opens For First Time Since 2013 Flooding

Old Fall River Road in Rocky Mountain National Park is now open for the season and called a “significant milestone in the recovery of the flood of 2013,” according to park officials.


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Rangers Responding To Skier Injured In Rocky Mountain National Park

Rangers in Rocky Mountain National Park have responded to a backcountry skier who fell and was injured on Sunday.


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National Parks Now Use GPS To Track Humans

Scientists in national parks are no longer tracking just the wildlife.


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Man Claims Self-Defense After Shooting Elk In Rocky Mountain National Park

A Colorado State University student says he killed an elk inside Rocky Mountain National Park in an act of self-defense.



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