THE DANGER OF SELF-ISOLATING FROM COVID-19 ON PUBLIC LANDS

Mt Craig, Rocky Mountain National Park Gateway communities grow wary of out-of-town crowds. Jessica Kutz/High Country News Ski resorts have shuttered. Disneyland is closed. Professional sports have been canceled. For most of the United States, social events and attractions ranging from museum visits to music festivals have vanished. But despite nationwide warnings that people should … Continue reading THE DANGER OF SELF-ISOLATING FROM COVID-19 ON PUBLIC LANDS

Avalanche Awareness – Part 2

Avalanche Awareness - Part 2: Colorado has seen a significant amount of avalanches since the start of the 2019/2020 season. This has been brought about by early snowfall followed by two large systems that passed through Colorado around the Thanksgiving holiday. The storms produced large enough amounts of snow to settle on very weak layers … Continue reading Avalanche Awareness – Part 2

Photo of the Week – Wind Cave

Wind Cave ~ Logan Canyon, Utah

Earth Day 2019

This Earth Day is all about celebrating Every Corner of the World! So I'll be celebrating My Corner of the World, Colorado this Earth Day Weekend, April 19-22, 2019. I care about our Earth and the places we live. The funds you donate will enable the Sierra Club to do things like: • Provide cleaner, … Continue reading Earth Day 2019