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Category Archives: Rocky Mountain National Park

Colorado leaders fought together for new national parks, but their views differ on protecting other federal lands

As the National Park Service celebrated its centennial this week, The Denver Post interviewed four former senators from Colorado to discuss their involvement in creating national parks and their perspectives on protecting public lands. These leaders fought together for new national parks, but their views on protecting other federal lands are less uniform.

Colorado leaders fought together for new national parks, but their views differ on protecting other federal lands

As the National Park Service celebrated its centennial this week, The Denver Post interviewed four former senators from Colorado to discuss their involvement in creating national parks and their perspectives on protecting public lands. These leaders fought together for new national parks, but their views on protecting other federal lands are less uniform.

Four hikes — two easy, two moderate — in Rocky Mountain National Park

A quick-start guide with four reasonable hikes in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Old Fall River Road in Rocky Mountain National Park to reopen to vehicles Wednesday

A scenic road that served as the original motor route into Rocky Mountain National Park’s alpine tundra is set to reopen for vehicle use.

10 day hikes near Denver to take this summer

You don’t have to travel far or overexert yourself to experience Colorado’s beauty. Just take advantage of our list of 10 great day hikes near Denver.

10 day hikes near Denver to take this summer

You don’t have to travel far or overexert yourself to experience Colorado’s beauty. Just take advantage of our list of 10 great day hikes near Denver.

Woman who defaced Western national parks, including 2 in Colorado, pleads guilty

A 23-year-old woman who caused an uproar after defacing rocks at national parks across the West, including two in Colorado, pleaded guilty on Monday and was sentenced to probation.

National Park Service considers visitor caps, expects record crowds

As the National Park Service kicks off a centennial summer expected to draw record crowds, the agency is seriously considering caps on how many people pass through some of the country’s most iconic landscapes and historical sites each day.

Colorado tourism’s first family digs in as corporate concessionaires come calling

The family owned concessions at Pikes Peak, Mount Evans, Buffalo Bills Grave, Red Rocks and Rocky Mountain National Park have lasted five generations.

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