Since 2011, a venomous battle has been waged over the two-wheeled soul of Nederland, Colorado (population 1,500). On the one side: locals who ride the trails every day. On the other: people from down canyon in Boulder (population 107,000) who mostly ride them on weekends.
Some of these vans have so many gorgeous wood panels and stainless steel fixtures, they make my town house look a little dumpy
A Canadian company is suing Greenpeace for $220 million—and it might have a case
A group of the country's top rock climbers traveled to Washington last week to remind Congress that public lands are valuable assets worth protecting. Here's what I had to say.
Conservationists don’t have enough money to save all the endangered species. How do we decide which ones live and which ones die? A controversial ranking system to answer that question may be coming to the U.S. soon.
The two neighboring Colorado giants are snapping up ski areas around the country, positioning themselves as the two titans of North American resort operations
Legislators are considering sticking out-of-state cyclists and mountain bikers with a $25 fee—and a side of humiliation
A proposed 300-mile natural gas pipeline would cut a swath across the Appalachian Trail and could undermine protections for other National Scenic Trails across the country
With more people recreating outdoors and encountering wild animals there, we need to rethink laws that require the government to shoot bears and other carnivores who are protecting their young
The company that runs the industry's largest trade show is listening, but more brands need to speak up if they really want to make Utah feel the hurt
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