A mountain bike rider lost control in a hard-to-navigate area and sustained a deep cut on his leg. Rocky Mountain Rescuer volunteers carried him to a Flight for Life helicopter and he was transported to St. Anthony's.

Mountain biker injured on West Mag trail

Barbara Lawlor, Nederland.     A couple of mountain bikers navigating the West Magnolia bike trails hit trouble on the third trailhead off the road, the Hobbit 3 Trail. Around 5 ...
2013 Bailey Classic State

Year in Review : Sports

Mountain sports rule Barbara Lawlor, Peak to Peak It was a year pleasantly filled with snow for winter sports enthusiasts but unfortunately filled with snow for spring sports. Soccer ...
4 legged flood survivors

Flood survivors Even though the record-breaking flood of 2013 devastated much of Estes Park, the local elk herd seemed unperturbed last weekend as they lounged around the golf course. ...
Nederland BOT Accepts Starburst Award

Nederland BOT Accepts Starburst Award

Pam North – Nederland The Nederland Board of Trustees (BOT) met on Tues. evening, Oct. 15, 2013. Mayor Joe Gierlach, Mayor pro tem Kevin Mueller, and Trustees Peter Fiori, Randy ...
Udall Welcomes Reopening of Rocky Mountain National Park

Udall Welcomes Reopening of Rocky Mountain National Park

U.S. SENATOR MARK UDALL Armed Services, Energy and Natural Resources, and Intelligence Committees October 11, 2013 Udall Welcomes Reopening of Rocky Mountain National Park, Economic ...
Aspen Trees 10/10/13

Aspen Tree’s COME AND GONE

Barbara Lawlor Our annual gold parade arrived in the middle of last week, quaked its luminous leaves in the shadows of mountain corridors, strutted its shimmering stuff in ...

Portions of the Boulder and Canyon Lakes Ranger Districts Reopen

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Portions of the area closed last week in response to wet and flooded conditions on the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and Pawnee National Grassland have ...
Flood fall 2013 ront ranhge colorado

News from Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Contact Name: Jennifer Churchill Contact Phone: 303-291-7234
to the rescue

Pictures From the Flooding