Area In White River National Forest Closed To Camping Due To BearsPeople have spotted so many bears in one area of Colorado the U.S. Forest Service has closed campsites.
Wildfire In San Juan National Forest Estimated At 200 AcresU.S. Forest Service officials with the San Juan National Forest say the Sage Hen Fire started Saturday afternoon near Country Road X and McPhee Reservoir and the flames spread into the national forest.
Many Mountain Roads, Campsites Still Closed For Memorial Day WeekendMemorial Day Weekend kicks off the summer camping season in Colorado but officials with the U.S. Forest Service say that many National Forest System roads and campsites along the Front Range are still closed.
Mountain Bikers Got 4 Flats Before Discovering Spikes On TrailMountain bikers who use a popular trail system near Denver recently found long nails and screws planted there, and they are worried that the booby traps could cause serious injury.
Flooding Closes Campground At Pawnee National GrasslandFlooding in the Pawnee National Grassland east of Greeley has forced a campground to close.
Forest Service: 2016 Wildfire Season Expected To Be Less SevereThe upcoming wildfire season across the U.S. isn't expected to be as bad as last year's infernos, when a record 15,800 square miles burned, the nation's top wildland firefighting official said Wednesday.
Appeals Court Backs Ban On Snowboarders At Utah Ski ResortA Utah ski resort can hold onto its status as one of the last in the country to ban snowboarders on its slopes, a federal appeals court decided Tuesday.
A-Basin Expansion Plan Faces Local OppositionOpposition to a plan that would expand the boundaries of the Arapahoe Basin Ski Area is growing louder in Summit County.
Colorado Ski Areas Pay Record $23 Million In Federal RentThe money Colorado ski areas pay the federal government to operate on U.S. Forest Service land is drawing attention at the local level.
Arapahoe Basin One Step Closer To Expanding TerrainThe U.S. Forest Service has tentatively agreed to Arapahoe Basin's 2012 development plan to expand their territory into backcountry terrain.
1 Tree-Killing Outbreak Is Over In Colorado, 2nd Still GoingForestry experts say the mountain pine beetle epidemic that ravaged Colorado's lodgepole pines for two decades is over, but a second bug that attacks spruce trees is still spreading.
Not Just Water: City Says Cache La Poudre's Charm Is Key To Well-BeingA picturesque Colorado river with a peculiar French name is the latest prize in the West's water wars, where wilderness advocates usually line up against urban and industrial development.