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10 Frequently Asked Questions on Quandary Peak (questions towards our two-person trail crew)

Q:  What’s with the bags of dirt?  Where does the dirt come from? A:  These bags of dirt that hikers often see on the side … Read More >>

From Youth Corps to Crew Leader

Over the past seven weeks CFI Project Managers on Mt. Columbia have had the pleasure of working along side an 11 person crew from Rocky … Read More >>

An Intern’s First Season of Trail Work

In the past I’ve come to the mountains expecting the spectacular. The larger-than-life views, epic hikes, and extreme environments.  Guessing at which mountain critters I’ll … Read More >>

Non-Natives in Chicago Basin

Enter the Chicago Basin in the Weminuche Wilderness and delve deep into the home of many Colorado inhabitants. Black bear, mule deer, elk and mountain … Read More >>

Backcountry Cooking with Kristine

Cooking can always be a challenge, but try cooking without a stove, oven, table, cutting board, spatula, your favorite spices, or even the convenience of … Read More >>

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