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Backcountry Deaths Amount on Colorado's Front Range 02-20-2021

"The forecasts warned that the most dangerous slopes were north through east to southeast, where recent winds have built fresh slabs as deep as 3 feet. The new snow is stressing a layer of weak, ... Learn More >

Increased Avalanche Risk in Colorado Spells Trouble for Backcountry Users 02-13-2021

"It doesn’t matter what outdoor activity you enjoy this winter, whether you ski, snowshoe, ice fish, hike, bike or go snowmobiling, it’s important to respect and know trail and area closures ... Learn More >

Safe Practices for Exploring Colorado's Backcountry 01-31-2021

"It’s not enough to have proper avalanche safety gear (beacon, probe, and shovel); you also need to know how to use it. Most important, you need fundamental avalanche awareness and backcountry ... Learn More >

Poor Choices Amount on Berthoud Pass 01-26-2021

"Our mountains are not a city park and *demand* your respect and experience, knowledge, gear, and at least one partner." -Grand County Search and RescueSneeringer, B. (2021, January 25). Errors "too ... Learn More >

Rocky Mountain National Park Unlikely to Require Reservations this Summer 01-24-2021

“We will learn from the temporary timed entry permit system last year and incorporate lessons learned as we move forward with our visitor use management planning efforts." -Kyle Patterson, Rocky ... Learn More >

Colorado Leads Charge for Dark Sky Protections 01-17-2021

"The dark-sky zones that southwestern Colorado leaders are proposing would, all combined, cover more than 3,800 square miles — the largest official area protected from artificial light on the ... Learn More >