Rocky Mountain National Park Begins Closing Restrooms As Shutdown ContinuesAs the federal government shutdown continues, Rocky Mountain National Park officials say they are closing restrooms and locking up trash bins because of public health issues.
Estes Park Businesses Fear Possibility Of A Lengthy Government ShutdownSince the federal government shutdown Estes Park has been busy, but that doesn't mean business owners are glad about the closure of most services at Rocky Mountain National Park.
Bodies, Wreckage Will Not Be Recovered In Alaska CrashA small airplane that crashed in Alaska's Denali National Park, killing five people on board, will remain on a near-vertical mountainside because of the substantial risk to recovery crews.
Anglers Asked To Refrain From Fishing In 4 More Colorado RiversLow levels due to drought conditions and insufficient runoff have resulted in abnormally high temperatures in several western Colorado rivers this summer. The temperatures are enough to stress or even kill many of the state's mountain fish species.
'City Is The Hottest Place To Be': Denver Sets Visitor RecordIt's no surprise that tourism in Denver continues to grow, attracting more people each year than the year before for the past 12 years.
Safety Ambassadors Walk The Streets, Offer Help, Promote Safety A new program in Longmont will add additional security to streets and greenways, while also promoting a more welcoming environment.
Denver A Main Attraction At International Travel ShowFor the first time since 1991, Denver is hosting the IPW, considered the Super Bowl of international travel business, and wowing travelers.
3 Killed In Grand Canyon Sightseeing Helicopter CrashFour survivors of a deadly helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon Saturday evening were rescued during an operation that stretched into the early hours of Sunday morning.
Ski Resorts Busy Despite Lack Of Deep SnowThe below-average conditions though don’t seem to be impacting the number of people visiting Breckenridge Ski Resort.
Colorado Sets New Records For TourismThe Colorado Tourism office says the state once again set an all-time record.
2017 Travel Season Off To Busy Start At Rocky Mountain National ParkThe 2017 travel season is off to a busy start at Rocky Mountain National Park, which set a record for visitors last year.
State Tourism Office Reveals Colorado 'Hidden Gems'The Colorado Tourism Office is helping with a new website -- the Colorado Field Guide -- which offers ideas for three to seven-day trips in the state.
Rocky Mountain National Park Asks You To Help Friends BehaveRocky Mountain National Park has released a list of tips for well-behaving guests to share with their poorly mannered friends.
Colorado Snowpack Numbers On The RiseThe benefits are felt in the long-term just as they are in the immediate future.
Woman's First Time Ever Seeing Snow: 'It Was Pretty Awesome'The latest round of snow was good for the high country where mountain towns rely on winter tourism.