The iconic Royal Gorge Bridge and Park in Southern Colorado is bouncing back a year after a wildfire charred 3,200 acres and shuttered the popular tourist attraction for two seasons.
Water isn’t the only thing flowing in Colorado right now — all the melting means more cash flow for one Colorado industry.
After nearly a year the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park has finally reopened to the public.
Authorities have identified the cause of last summer’s fire at Royal Gorge Park.
Royal Gorge employees are showing their team spirit for the Denver Broncos, but they’re also excited about opening the park for bridge tours in just six weeks.
There has been another setback for Colorado’s recovery from this summer’s wildfires as the reopening of the Royal Gorge Bridge has been pushed back.
Plans to rebuild the Royal Gorge Park are moving fast.
The weather conditions combined with the hard work of firefighters helped bring the Royal Gorge Fire to 40 percent containment.
All evacuations have been lifted in connection with the wildfire burning near Royal Gorge Park. The wildfire has destroyed much of the park and damaged the famous bridge.
A wildfire near Royal Gorge Park has destroyed much of the park and damaged the famous bridge.