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.
Commercial & Private Drones Grounded At Most Colorado Ski AreasA plan to allow commercial drone video at Copper Mountain is off the table, meaning guests to the resort should not plan on seeing any drones flying overhead on the slopes, at least anytime soon.
Court Hears Icy Feud Between Snowboarders, SkiersIt's a mountain-bound battle between those who want to whoosh and those who want to shred.
Some Ski Resorts Explore Possibility Of 'Drone Zones'A new production company is allowing skiing customers to get the ultimate selfie.
Waldo Canyon Researchers: New Firefighting Approach NeededA study of the 2012 Waldo Canyon wildfire recommends that crews fighting similar fires that spread into urban areas be trained in both structure protection and traditional wildland firefighting tactics.
Smoke Pours From Rocky Mountain Arsenal Refuge During Controlled BurnA large plume of smoke is visible across some parts of the northern Denver metro area Friday morning due to a controlled burn.
Mammoth Fossil Found In San Isabel National Forest On Display In Canon CityA mammoth fossil discovered in the San Isabel National Forest is now on display in Canon City.
Forest Service Conducts Prescribed Burn, Smoke Visible For MilesThe U.S. Forest Service conducted a prescribed burn Tuesday in the Pike National Forest that could be seen from miles away.
Debate Over Moose Hunting At Brainard Lake Is ReignitingMoose hunting at Brainard Lake is once again in the spotlight.
Forest Service Approves Eldora Ski Area Expansion PlansAfter nearly three years of planning, environmental analysis, and public input, the Eldora Mountain Resort proposal for expansion and improvement has been approved.