Hit The Mountains This Weekend For Picture Perfect Fall ColorMeteorologist Chris Spears says go to the mountains now if you can.
Drought Brings Colorado Color Earlier Than UsualCheck out the best places to see fall colors and when across Colorado.
Fall Colors Are Here, So What's Nature Saying, Colorado?Several people have reported seeing fall colors in both the higher and lower elevations.
CBS4's Fall Color Guide: Popular Drives Around ColoradoWhen heading out in search of fall color in Colorado there's really no such thing as a bad drive into the mountains.
Colorado's Fall Color Show Appears On SchedulePictures of fall color are starting to flow into CBS4 and Colorado's Weather Center as this year's color seems to be right on time.
Fall Colors Could Be Dulled By FungusThis year's drive through the mountains to view the fall colors could be less vibrant this year thanks to a fungus that is growing on most of the leaves.
Fungal Disease To Dull Some Colorado Fall Foliage This YearForestry experts say trees in parts of Colorado won't be as vivid this fall as the leaves change due to two fungal leaf diseases.
Best Fall Foliage In The USAThere are many areas in the country where you can enjoy the view of dense forests as they transform for the fall season.
Government Shutdown Hurting Tourism In Grand LakeAfter the floods and now the shutdown Estes Park is pleading with Colorado's congressional delegation to open up Rocky Mountian National Park. The town says the shutdown is killing tourism, and that's not the only town hurting.
Experts Say Changing Colors Began Later Than UsualIt's a sure sign of fall -- leaves in the high country are already starting to turn.
Aguilera Shares Good Drives For The Early Fall ColorsBecause of the long, dry, drought of the last spring and summer Colorado's annual fall color change in the mountains is happening one to two weeks ahead of schedule.
Aspens Changing A Week Or Two Early In High Country This YearIt's going to be a good week if you have any downtime to head up to the high country to see the Colorado gold.