Wet May Boosts Snowpack In Most Of Colorado's River BasinsA wet May boosted the snow across most of Colorado's mountains, putting the state in good shape for the spring and summer runoff.
Steamboat Springs: Not Just A Winter PlaygroundSkiers thrive during winter on Steamboat Springs' trademarked dry "Champagne powder" snow, but outdoor pursuits on mild summer days can rival those mountain experiences.
Bear Hangs Out In Tree In SteamboatA bear hung out high in a tree in Steamboat on Wednesday afternoon and drew quite a crowd. The bear finally came down from the tree once the crowd dispersed and it grew dark.
Colorado Snowpack Takes A Slight Dip After January ThawAll 8 major river basins dropped 2 to 7 percent due to the very warm temperatures over the past week.
Colorado Snowpack Struggling In Some River BasinsThe latest numbers for statewide snowpack show parts of Colorado are running behind where they should be for this time of year.
Flooding Concerns Rise In Western Colorado, High CountryThe warm temperatures across Colorado the past two days and recent severe storms have created some issues on the western half of the state with regards to flooding.
Yampa River Outfitters Hoping For A Normal Tubing SeasonA year ago the popular activity of tubing on the Yampa River in the Steamboat Springs area wasn't an option.
Despite Snow, Colorado's Drought Outlook UncertainThe outlook for a major change in Colorado's drought is uncertain even though holiday storms have improved the mountain snowpack, a climate researcher said Thursday.
Area Of Yampa River Now Closed To Tubing And RaftingIt's a well known summertime tradition, but starting Wednesday -- the first day of summer -- the Yampa River through Steamboat Springs is closed to tubing and rafting.
$29.5M In Lottery Funds Going To Colorado River ProjectsGov. John Hickenlooper is doling out nearly $30 million in outdoor recreation funds for open space, outdoor recreation and trail projects centered around river corridors.
Low Snowpack Has Ripple Effect On Paddling SeasonCanoe? Check. Paddle? Check. Life preserver? Check. Epic whitewater conditions? Maybe next year.
BLM Opens Scenic Land To DrillingThe federal government is opening 90 percent of the Little Snake Area to drilling while setting limits on other scenic areas in northwestern Colorado, limits that conservationists say are too little too late.

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