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Scott Rappold

Environment/Recreation Reporter

  • What are the scariest outdoor sports in Colorado? These 5 will make your blood curdle

    Updated: Thu, Oct 31, 2013

    Grant Wilson was roped to a giant sheet of ice 220 feet above the rocky ground, when the gravity of his situation occurred to him. "The whole face kind of popped and shifted a little bit," said Wilson, an ice-climbing instructor in Colorado Springs. "It'll wake you up." He made it...

  • Forest Service to burn brush piles

    Updated: Wed, Oct 30, 2013

    If you see smoke in the distance from Woodland Park, Monument or Divide over the next few months, no need to panic. The U.S. Forest Service announced this week that it will start annual burning of slash and brush piles, collected from forest thinning projects, in about a week. On...

  • Colorado Springs has some amazing homebrewers: Here are 5 of the best

    Updated: Wed, Oct 30, 2013

    Inside every successful commercial brewer beats the heart of a home brewer. And vice-versa. You'd be hard-pressed to find a brewery owner who didn't get started with plastic buckets in a garage or basement. Many of the dozens of small breweries that have opened in Colorado this...

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