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Silverton Mountain plans a second chair at the frills-free ski hill

The expert-only steep skiing mecca hopes a new lift will add fuel to town’s growing winter economy

200 and counting

Looking back on 200 columns I feel sure it’s hard for you to imagine a columnist being without words. Yet, as I sit here beginning this column, I find myself at a loss for words. The reason,...

Tie one on

Some advice to begin tying flies

Snow blesses skiers in Southwest Colorado

Hesperus could start spinning its lift next week

The rock-hurling spat that could upend Colorado’s river access rules

The Colorado Supreme Court will wade into whether rivers are public property

Wolf reintroduction could be a chance to support endangered subspecies

Proponents say Colorado Parks and Wildlife plans should consider Mexican gray wolves

Gifts that don’t cost money

It’s Christmastime. I know this because the ads for gift buying, on television, started as I was tuning into a football game on Thanksgiving Day. And, since Christmas is less than a month aw...

After injury, Sewell switches to ski biking

Sport provides way for adaptive athletes to continue riding

Colorado board votes to change name of 14er

The 14,265 foot mountain’s current name honors the disgraced former Gov. John Evans

4WD chairs designed to get people with disabilities deep into the Colorado forest

Track-chair program in Staunton State Park gives users a rare opportunity to experience the wilderness. Now the state park wants to push it across Colorado

As momentum to rename Mount Evans builds, relatives ask his contributions be considered

Descendants of John Evans speak up while acknowledging his role in massacre

Telluride mourns Hilaree Nelson, its ‘Athena in Gore-Tex’

Nelson died last month on a Himalayan expedition after triggering an avalanche on Mount Manaslu