Rocky Mountain National Park
This is going to be one expensive bathroom break.
Mountains 70 miles northwest of Denver, somewhere between 8,000 and 14,259 feet, exists one of the most comprehensive ecosystems
Colorado is taking a step in the right direction and, in Washington, D.C., Congress should follow that lead and provide the tools needed to protect many of the special places Americans will be visiting this summer.
Next year, in August, the National Park Service will celebrate its official centennial. Throughout the year the men and women who bear the title of United States Park Ranger will honor themselves, and those who preceded them, for 100 years of service to protect the greatest collection of natural, historical, and cultural wonders anywhere on Earth.
After Toni Henthorn's death, he gave her brothers conflicting information about what he was doing when she fell. One brother
Sandra Henthorn died in 1995, allegedly when the jack propping up the couple's Jeep Cherokee failed and dropped the car on
Rocky Mountain National Park by Roving Vagabond Arches National Park by Dan Anderson Great Basin National Park Grand Teton
The first came Friday. Eight people were hurt and one person died. The second deadly storm hit Saturday afternoon.
July 12 (Reuters) - A lightning strike on Saturday killed a man in Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, a day after
The rangers at the trailhead said they couldn't remember another concert on top of Longs. Faganel may submit his performance
From The Colorado Independent's Tessa Cheek. In this rare behind-evacuated-lines perspective, Steve Schopper, an Audio/ Visual
Towering plumes of black, gray and white smoke billowed above a fire line that stretched for miles as air tankers and helicopters
Black Forest Fire, Royal Gorge Fire, Big Meadows Fire, La Vita Fire: Multiple Wildfires Rage Across Colorado (PHOTOS)
LA VITA FIRE: The Black Forest Fire burning on 8,000 acres in El Paso County, Colo. as of Wednesday morning has burned as
A fire burning near the Royal Gorge, southwest of Colorado Springs, forced the evacuation of more than 900 prisoners on Tuesday
About 200 people went to stay at an evacuation center in a high school in nearby Estes Park after evacuations were ordered