There is so much to see and experience throughout Colorado, and when traveling from point A to point B, it's highly likely that you'll drive through some mountains. To ensure you get to your destination in one piece, we want to share seven mountain driving safety tips with you.
Though the winter is still raging on, there's no need to stay cooped up indoors this February. Colorado is home to an array of winter activities for those of all ages--if you know where to look. If you're starting to suffer from cabin fever, these February winter festivals could be the relief you need.
February 6-10, 2019
Rare attack leaves runner with injuries. Colorado Parks and Wildlife is investigating.
17th annual festival offers wildlife tours and educational opportunities across southeast Colorado.
Paragliding is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to enjoy breathtaking views from another angle. So why should you paraglide in Colorado? It gives you a chance to see this beautiful state differently. You'll feel the crisp air and pure exhilaration as you rise thousands of feet above the ground and soar over unbelievable scenery. The mountains' peaks are right at eye level, and there are no obstructions--paragliding is a delight for anyone who wants to be a little adventurous. As your flight comes to an end, you'll gracefully descend and smoothly land back on solid ground.
With the enactment of the continuing resolution to fund portions of the federal government, Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site resumed regular operations at 8:00 a.m. Monday. The park is open Thursday through Monday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and closed Tuesday and Wednesday.
Latest fishing conditions as reported by Colorado Parks and Wildlife January 25, 2019.
Recent aerial survey reveals increases in infected trees across Colorado.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife needs your input for the new five-year Big Game Season Structure.