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The Great Sand Dunes ‘are just a big mountain of sand’ and other 1-star national park reviews

Amber Share grew up in awe of national parks. Particularly The Grand Canyon. So when she found a negative review of the national park that said, like “A hole. A very, very large hole,” she w...

Down but not out, not by a long shot

I recently took a fly fishing vacation to Grand Bahama. The fishing was great. The travel to and from deserves a column on the nightmare of travel at the end of COVID-19. The trip, arrange...

Colorado’s arch park: Rattlesnake Canyon

Day hike west of Grand Junction offers bountiful formations

A hometown spring hike north of Durango

Mitchell Lakes Trail, Pinkerton-Flagstaff Trail lead to wide-open views

Farmington trails weave through town

Some of the walkways even lead down to the Animas River

Landowners shut down access to three Colorado fourteeners

Bross, Democrat and Lincoln temporarily closed

Livi on the Lift: Celebrating an old season and new life

This, my friends, is the end. One last hurrah before packing away the winter gear. And, perhaps, one last powder day? That’s right, the final two days of resort skiing and snowboa...

Colorado rejects effort to require ski areas to report injuries

Senate Bill 184 would have forced resorts to be transparent

Livi on the Lift: Bring warm weather wax to the party

Seasons have changed and the urge to change gears into spring hobbies is strong. The first weekend of April brings the end to daily skiing at Purgatory Resort, Wolf Creek Ski Area...

Livi on the Lift: Clinging to winter as the seasons change

As the days get warmer, the calendar turns to spring and the snow begins to melt, one begins to ponder how many more days will be spent sliding down the mountain in the next few weeks. Lucky...

Ride of the Ancients returns to Dolores June 26

New gravel grinder route is through San Juan National Forest

Pandemic forces route change, other precautions for Iditarod

ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Traveling across the rugged, unforgiving and roadless Alaska terrain is already hard enough, but whatever comforts mushers previously had in the world’s most famous sled ...