The Land and Water Conservation Fund has pumped nearly $270 million into Colorado over the last 50 years.
James Morrison of Tahoe, California, and Hilaree Nelson of Telluride, Colorado, scaled Mount Lhotse's 8,516-meter summit on Sunday.
In the past, the Conservation Fund had been a reliable stream of money for everything from building dog parks to adding pedestrian bridges.
She said yes and then they got lost.
Recreational shooters would no longer be able to practice in about 225,000 acres of the Arapaho and Roosevelt national forests.
"The Dawn Wall" was made by Boulder-based film company Sender Films.
The fast-growing ski resort company, privately owned by Aspen-Snowmass and KSL, is planning to purchase Washington state's largest ski resort.
Permits are “part of a big effort to grapple with the stewardship challenges” at one the state’s hottest outdoor spots.
Some companies are even posting record revenue numbers. They attribute the good fortune to water-saving programs and experience.
One of Steamboat’s tourism attractions is closed to commercial and public activity because of drastically low water levels.