Nearly $7 million in additional TIGER funding has been awarded to Colorado for continued improvements on Interstate 25 in Larimer County.
Rare attack leaves runner with injuries. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is investigating.
Lamar Community College Softball is proud to announce graduated sophomore Larissa Royer was named National Junior College Athletic Association's Third Team All-American as a utility player.
May 5, the Rocky Mountain Conservancy's Field Institute Program is offering a brand-new course titled "Leave No Trace: Awareness & Principles." This full day course is designed for friend groups, volunteers, outdoor enthusiasts, and other public land stewards.
As the snow packs in on the mountains surrounding Estes Park, recreationalists in Rocky Mountain National Park begin trading in their hiking boots for snowshoes and skis. Although this winter equipment gives people an advantage when traveling over snow, you can never be too prepared in the winter time. Among the additional risks during Colorado's cold weather months are avalanche and hypothermia.
There's no better way to spend a Saturday in Estes Park than by getting outside to enjoy the majesty of Rocky Mountain National Park. Saturday, September 9, join the Rocky Mountain Conservancy-Field Institute for our "Hike with Naturalist" to Bridal Veil Falls, and explore a hidden gem in our own backyard while avoiding the crowds of Bear Lake and Trail Ridge Road.