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Wolf Creek trails not just for winter

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The SUN You’ve skied the trails on Wolf Creek Pass, but have you hiked, jogged or mountain biked them? Here’s your chance to check…

Double Rainbow

Double Rainbow

Photo courtesy Beth Tollefsen Summer storms bring with them elements of magnificence and grandeur — from fierce lightning to the beauty of a double rainbow.   Follow these topics: Outdoors…

Big game and turkey licenses for sale Aug. 5

By Matt Robbins Special to The SUN Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) offers big game licenses for elk, pronghorn, bear, deer and turkey to residents and nonresidents, beginning at 9…

Back Country Horsemen to hear from veterinarians

By Bev Warburton Special to The SUN This month’s meeting of the San Juan Back Country Horsemen will be Monday, July 21. This month’s program is “Trail Traumas Due to…

Thunderstorms pose threat to safety

By Ann Bond Special to The SUN Summer thunderstorms pose a threat to your safety in the backcountry. Plan trips to descend from high elevations to avoid afternoon thunderstorms above…

Forest monitoring opportunities

By Noah Chutz Special to The SUN Join the San Juan Headwaters Forest Health Partnership and Mountain Studies Institute in their citizen science series that offers opportunities for you to…

Full Moon Program at Chimney Rock National Monument

By Nadia Werby Special to The SUN Chimney Rock Interpretive Association (CRIA) invites you to watch the full moon rise above the San Juan Mountains while listening to live Native…

Pagosa Ranger District offers free programs

By Brandon Caley Special to The SUN The Pagosa Ranger District announces free programs for the week of July 14 through July 26. Walks and Talks take place in and…

Human cases of West Nile virus identified in Colorado

By Mark Salley Special to The SUN The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment reported two human cases of West Nile virus, the first reported cases this season. The…

Pay what you can at new GECKO event — ‘8 Hours of Wolf Creek’

Pay what you can at new GECKO event — ‘8 Hours of Wolf Creek’

By Kirsten Le Roux Special to The PREVIEW Get high with a brand new midsummer event on July 19 at Wolf Creek Ski Area. “8 Hours of Wolf Creek” is…