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Jason Blevins
Position: The Colorado Sun

Two privately owned Colorado 14ers are open to hikers thanks to a unique partnership. Will it last?

Increasing traffic is stressing a tenuous deal with landowners concerned about liability

Conservation groups offer alternate plan for Colorado wolf reintroduction

Groups: Intent of voters ‘undermined’ by Parks and Wildlife; input from hunters and ranchers is uplifted

Utah crude trains could roll through Colorado after Forest Service denies objections

New railroad would connect northeast Utah oil fields with the national rail network to transport crude to Gulf Coast refineries

Love, prayer and tickets: What we saw at the Rainbow Family gathering in northwest Colorado

Annual gathering drew 10,000 people and lots of online ire

Rainbow Gathering picks remote area near Steamboat Springs for annual meeting of tribes

‘Largest non-organization of nonmembers in the world’ will reprise first Rainbow Gathering of the Tribes in the Routt National Forest

Everest team sets a standard. Is the next generation watching?

The Full Circle Everest team included Denverite Thomas Moore, Lafayette teacher Eddie Taylor and Cortez leader Philip Henderson

A Colorado adventurer faces his biggest challenge yet: late-stage cancer

Eric Larsen was told he had maybe three years to live, but his latest scans haven’t detected any cancer

Rafting outfitters had record revenue in 2021. Will it keep them afloat?

A decimated snowpack promises low flows and fewer crowds in 2022

Colorado mountain resorts cut back summer offerings as labor crisis persists

Outdoor companies like Vail Resorts forced to adjust staff-dependent offerings like ziplining

Colorado’s attorney general wades into murky dispute that could upend access to rivers, streams

Official wants state Supreme Court to intervene in a case, warning of ‘monumental consequences’

Record high calls are stressing Colorado’s EMS, mountain firefighters

Fire chiefs struggle to hire firefighters, recruit volunteers because of high cost of living

Glenwood Springs granted right to build whitewater parks after 9 years in water court

Approvals for water diversions have slowed to a trickle as conservationists call to reform the whole process