Looking Back: The 5 Most Popular OutThere Colorado Stories of 2018
It’s been a wild ride, 2018. Here are a few of our most popular stories from the year.
1. The Saga of the Breckenridge Troll
A wooden troll appeared in Breckenridge. Months later, it went viral across the web. This leads to an unexpected chain of events.
Read about the troll here.
2. “This Road to Nowhere Leads to a Tiny Town You Can’t Miss”
Seth Boster’s piece about one tiny town in Colorado piques the curiosity of thousands.
3. “Are There Grizzly Bears in Colorado?”
This piece written by Spencer McKee asks the question of whether or not grizzly bears still roam Colorado, looking aspects of the topic like misidentification, the history of bears in the state, and how sightings can be reported. You can also listen to Spencer talk about this topic on the “Mile High Sports Outdoor Show” podcast in an hour-long episode from October 14.
For additional reading about grizzly bears in the Centennial State, check out this piece by Scott Rappold.
4. Future Uncertain for Pikes Peak Cog Railway
After making national news by shutting down in the previous year, this article came as one of the first updates to this continuing story about the Pikes Peak Cog Railway. Many rejoice as the likelihood of the Cog re-opening is now high.
5. “The “Free Things” Road Trip Around the Front Range”
Find more road trips here.
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