Mountain lions are generally calm, quiet, and elusive. People rarely get more than a brief glimpse of a mountain lion in the wild. Lion attacks on people are rare, with fewer than a dozen fatalities in North America in more than 100 years. But just in case you do encounter a mountain lion, this video will help you be prepared.
Colorado Division of Wildlife
What to do if you meet a mountain lion
A Grand Slam view from atop Kepros Mountain
'Everybody should climb Borah'
Steelhead fishing on Idaho's Salmon River
Tamarack Bike Park preview 2017
Leslie Gulch is famous for its hoodoos -- towering cliffs formed from compressed volcanic ash
Take a hike through southeast Oregon's Leslie Gulch
Powder on April 14? Here's what the storm brought to Bogus Basin
When a Greenbelt sidewalk becomes a waterfall
Watch water gush through Lucky Peak Dam
Big water, cool cliffs, narrow path and other unique features of eastern Greenbelt
81-year-old Bogus Basin skier reaches the 1/2 million vertical feet mark
The high flows on the Boise River are likely to leave behind quite a bit of damage along the Greenbelt. This sidewalk on the Greenbelt in East Boise has become a waterfall over the past week or so, with water flowing over and under it.
Ron Poches, 81, completed successfully skiing 500,000 vertical feet for the 2016-2017 season today at Bogus Basin in Boise, Idaho. Ron, who has been skiing for 40 years, said " Skiing has been one of the most important aspects of my life the last 40 years. I don't know if I will make it to 90, but every day is a gift from God. I am going to make the most of every day I can."
Brundage Mountain on Saturday held its 10th annual pond skimming competition, where competitors try to make their way down a snowy hill and across an icy body of water. This year's tournament saw competitors on snowboards, ski bikes and even a makeshift three-person ski.
The area around the popular Table Rock trail sustained terrible damage in a 2016 human-caused fire. We take a look at what's growing in early April during the first spring after the fire. Experts say it will take years for the landscape to recover.