Flames Spark 911 Calls While Fire Crews Work On Controlled BurnAt the emergency dispatch center, 911 calls flooded in from people who spotted massive flames and smoke plume near Frisco on Wednesday. Actually, those flames are a welcome sight to many.
Overnight Camping Fees Announced For Visitors To Remote Hot SpringsThe U.S. Forest Service is making changes to overnight camping in part of the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness in hopes that a popular natural hot springs area won't get "loved to death."
'There's Gold Here': Residents Sue County Over Historic MineA historic mine is causing a divide to grow in Fairplay.
Company Focuses On Innovation As It Makes Essential Firefighting EquipmentA Colorado company is the largest provider of nozzles and valves for the U.S. Forest Service.
WANTED: Forest Service Hiring Cabin OperatorEver want to just get away and live in the mountains? Here's your chance.
Popular Camping Spot May Require Permits Due To OvercrowdingA plan to solve overcrowding at a popular camping spot isn't sitting well with some people.
Another Climber's Death On Peak Prompts Strong Words From SheriffA string of deadly falls on the treacherous Capitol Peak and Maroon Bells climbs has the Pitkin County Sheriff calling for major changes.
Glenwood Springs Mayor: Raise Limit On Hanging Lake HikersThe Forest Service's plan to limit the number of visitors to Hanging Lake Trail announced earlier this week has provoked a strong reaction.
Lake Plan Limits Visitors To 615 Per Day, Requires PermitThe U.S. Forest Service says Hanging Lake has continued to see a large increase in visitation over the last decade. Up to 1,200 visitors venture to the lake a day during the summer.
Forest Service To Unveil Hanging Lake Plan Tuesday The U.S. Forest Service is set to unveil its long-awaited proposed Hanging Lake Area Management Plan.
Pay To Hike? It's Under Consideration At Popular High Country TrailOne of the state's most popular hiking areas could see a new user fee instituted due to the record setting number of people crowding the area.
Supertanker CEO ‘Sick’ Over Plane’s Grounding In U.S.As dozens of wildfires across 10 different states burned through the night, the Colorado-based “Global Supertanker” was stationary.