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Video: Purgatory Resort ‘Pond Skim’ event wows skiers, snowboarders

Some touched down onto the water cleanly, while others crashed hard into the pond. But that was part of the fun

Outdoor gear sales dropped in 2023, leaving mountain retailers struggling with high rents, high taxes and too-few workers

Overall sales of gear and apparel dropped 3% last year. Independent stores were hit much harder as core outdoor consumers slowed their spending

Durango's Liza Hartlaub wins mountain bike race after suffering blood clots in her leg

Hartlaub won True Grit Epic NUE 50-mile open/pro women’s division

Hesperus Ski Area to remain closed through 2024-25 season

Local hill will remain closed to uphill and downhill access

Meet the new owners of Silverton Mountain

Andy Culp and Brock Strasbourger want to protect what they say should be a ‘true, pure ski experience’

Bill to shield Colorado landowners from visitors’ lawsuits heads to governor’s desk

Senate Bill 58 requires landowners to erect signs warning visitors of hazards

Camp Amache is now officially part of the National Park system

Colorado can now claim the country’s newest national park: Amache National Historic Site. Almost two years after President Joe Biden signed the bill that would turn the former World War II J...

Durango Nordic Ski Club competes in Junior National Qualifier

Skiers took part in 5K individual start, 10K mass start

Durango residents interested in expanding wakeless hours at Lake Nighthorse

Only 6% of recreationalists use lake for motorized activities

Woman, 22, dies at Aspen Highlands ski area after colliding with tree

The woman was skiing on an intermediate run Saturday morning and was pronounced dead at the scene

Colorado 14er Kit Carson Mountain readies for a new name

Federal board wonders if a suggestion for “Mount Crestone” may be confused with nearby Crestone Peak and Crestone Needle as the state naming group weighs a new name for the 14er

Could a small sign ease landowners’ anxiety about letting people recreate on their property?

Lawmakers will try again to change law to better protect private property owners
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