What You Missed Around Denver While You Were Away Welcome back to the Mile High City! Here’s a quick recap of what you might have missed while jet-setting… Denver, Colorado August 5 – 11, 2016
Colorado Summer Virtually Miller Moth Free
Residents along the Front Range have been enjoying a miller moth free summer. Typically, Colorado residents experience large swarms of migration all summer long. This year, however, the miller moths are barely noticeable. Learn more about the miller moths migration patterns here.
Rain Barrel Law Now in Effect
As of August 10th, Colorado residents can now collect rain water at their homes. But you will have to be careful as there are still rules and regulations about collecting rain on your own property. Get all the details here.
Local Moose Goes Swimming
This past Saturday, a local moose in Keystone, Colorado decided to cool off in the Keystone Lake. Watch the moose swim the lake here.
8 Colorado Native Olympians
To be a native from Colorado these days seems to be pretty rare. To have eight Colorado natives that are competing in the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil, is even rarer. Get to know our powerful local athletes, like cyclist Mara Abbott from Boulder, Colorado and swimmer Missy Franklin in this article from the Denver Westword.
Vail Resorts Buys Whistler Blackcomb
Sure, it’s been 90 degrees for what seems like forever, but the reality is, snow is right around the corner. This 2017-2018 winter ski season, Epic Pass holders can take advantage of the expansion and use the Epic Pass at Whistler, a British Columbia ski area. Get the details from the Denver Post here.