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Snake season returns to Southwest Colorado

Here’s what to do when you see them on the trail or in your backyard

Love, prayer and tickets: What we saw at the Rainbow Family gathering in northwest Colorado

Annual gathering drew 10,000 people and lots of online ire

Colorado ski areas set a new visitor record last season

Visitation to Colorado ski areas surpassed 14 million in 2021-22

Alaska’s Denali is finally open to guided skiing, and you have a Colorado company to thank

Permit rules were written with the expectation that mountaineers would stay roped, walking uphill and down

Colorado’s outdoor industry knows it could be more inclusive

The industry acknowledges that there’s a large population that doesn’t feel included

Rainbow Gathering picks remote area in Colorado for its angst-inducing 50th annual meeting of tribes

‘Largest non-organization of non-members in the world’ will reprise in Routt National Forest

Purgatory Resort welcomes young pup to ski patrol

Ember, an 8-week-old black Lab, begins avalanche search and rescue dog training

Fishing gear needs spring cleaning too

A clean and organized vest can make the art of fly fishing go easier

Authorities respond to report of avalanche on Berthoud Pass

First responders received a report that two people may have been buried but later determined that no one was caught

How Crested Butte’s first-ever extreme skiing contests birthed the freeskiing movement

Pioneering athletes transformed the resort industry with a push for wider skis and steeper terrain

Colorado appeals court revives river access, right-to-wade debate

Angler Roger Hill is suing a landowner over a right to wade in the Arkansas River, arguing that historic commerce on the river proves navigability, which requires public access

Following a historic avalanche season, new tools aim to make backcountry travel safer

Durango-area woman creates rescue sleds that have other backcountry uses
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