Tourism

Molly Marcello / KZMU

Arches National Park is officially scrapping their first attempt to find solutions for
traffic congestion in the park. They’re now starting a new process, one that takes a
harder look at mandatory shuttle service, additional entrance roads, and traffic patterns
within the park. KZMU’s Molly Marcello has more.

A New Era at Hanging Lake

May 2, 2019
Mark Duggan/KDNK

 

The popular trail east of Glenwood Springs is now only accessible by permit and shuttle bus from Glenwood Springs. The new reservation system follows years of preparation and research.

Mark Robbins

Tourism is one of the strongest economic drivers in the state of Colorado and of many communities on the Western Slope. But the influx of visitors to some areas isn’t always seen as a good thing. For Western Slope Resources Reporting, KBUT's Laura Anderson reports on how one community is taking action.


The Carbondale Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Carbondale Arts and the Tourism Council to launch new visitor information kiosks around town, as well as an online version. News director Gavin Dahl sat down with Carbondale Chamber executive director Andrea Stewart to learn more.