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Durango’s 35 parks that ‘make life better’

A guide to the city’s valued green spaces

Building New Mexico's outdoor economy

By Stephen Hamway, Albuquerque Journal ALBUQUERQUE (AP) — Ryan and Cody Dudgeon both grew up in northwest New Mexico. Both left for greener pastures in Missoula, Montana. But after working a...

Coronavirus flushed Colorado rafting in 2020

Rafting businesses endured a 21% decline in traffic last summer

Vallecito Marina did just fine in 2020. What will this summer bring?

COVID-19 pandemic brought more business to lake community north of Durango

‘Matriarch’ of Colorado outdoor volunteerism stepping down

Ann Baker Easley has served nearly 40 years growing a network of volunteers

Gear-lending ‘library’ opens door to new generation of outdoor adventurers

Get Outdoors Leadville! offers bikes, packs, skis and more

Two popular lakes north of Durango impacted by maintenance projects

Electra Lake is closed; Haviland Lake open but won’t be full

Impact of logging near Dolores raises concerns about recreation access

10 years of timber work to overlap popular trail and camping area in Boggy Draw area

Youth Corps to work on motorized trails

Heavy use and wildfires impacts recreation areas

Bayfield goes outdoors with Easter scavenger hunt

Town plans COVID-safe celebration

Damaged Colorado Trail section expected to be clear of avalanche debris by fall

Grant will help fund summer trail work

Grant to help with deluge of visitors to San Juan Mountains

More than $250,000 will be spent on education about best backcountry practices