Volunteers Wanted! Rangers Need Help Improving Dispersed Camping Areas Near BoulderWhether you've enjoyed camping in Colorado's foothills recently or it's been a while, the U.S. Forest Service is hoping you'll give back by volunteering to help clean up dispersed camping areas.
Why Did The Lesser Prairie Chickens Cross The State Line?Hundreds of lesser prairie chickens were captured in Kansas over the last four years and transported to Colorado in an effort to bolster the birds' weakening numbers.
Historic Avalanche Season Could Mean Problematic Spring, SummerMother Nature’s fury this winter means many popular Colorado trails could be delayed opening this spring and may not open until the end of the summer.
Developer Gets OK For Road On Public Land At Wolf Creek Ski AreaThe U.S. Forest Service approved construction of a road across public land to reach private property where a developer plans to build condos and restaurants at Wolf Creek ski area.
Visiting Hanging Lake: Reservation And Shuttle Service Required During Peak SeasonThe U.S. Forest Service and city of Glenwood Springs have finalized a deal to run a shuttle service to a popular Colorado tourist destination.
Popularity Of Vail Pass Winter Recreation Area Prompts Fee Increase ProposalIt might cost visitors more to visit the popular mixed use Vail Pass Winter Recreation Area.
Breckenridge Resort Plans To Extend Ski Season To Memorial DayBuoyed by the brisk start to its 2018-19 winter season, Breckenridge Resorts announced Friday plans to extend the Breck area's ski and snowboard season by more than a month.
Thousands Of Pounds Of Used Tires Dumped In National ForestNational Forest rangers are asking for the public's help to identify the person or persons who may have dumped 2,000 pounds of used tires along a mountain road.
A Basin Grows By Nearly 500 Acres With New ChairliftArapahoe Basin Ski Area expanded on Monday by opening The Beavers Chairlift.
Expansion Planned Approved At Vail MountainAfter decades of planning, Vail Mountain will soon start its Golden Peak Expansion plan.
Copper Wants To Expand Snowmaking, Build More Hiking & Biking TrailsThe U.S. Forest Service wants to know what Coloradans think of a plan to expand snowmaking and summer trails at Copper Mountain.
Public Comment Wanted On Proposed Snowmaking Expansion At VailThe U.S. Forest Service wants to hear from the public before making a decision whether to allow Vail Mountain to expand its snow-making operations.
Shuttle Service, Permits In Place For Hanging Lake Trail Next YearShuttle service and a permit process will be part of the plan to restrict visitors at the popular Hanging Lake Trail next year. The U.S. Forest Service announced the final plan that will begin in May 2019.
New Spot Fire Prompts Pre-Evacuation Notices In Grand CountyHomes, farms and ranches along a section of Highway 40 have been placed on pre-evacuation notice Monday following the overnight growth of a spot fire outside the containment lines of the Silver Creek Fire.
Kenosha Pass Restrooms Closed Because People Can't Follow The RulesHikers at Kenosha Pass won't be able to use the restrooms at the trail head because people cannot follow the rules.