Last update: 11/14/2019

Basic information for each repeater is listed below. For more details on each repeater including location, coverage, and pictures, click the “details” link on the right.

This page will be updated as frequently as possible. If you would like to report a problem with the system, send us an email on our contact page.

All repeaters require an 88.5Hz input tone and use a 123Hz (optional) output tone.

Repeater Status
 UP
 Intermittent/issues
 Unknown
 Down
Status
Location/Description
Output Frequency
Input Offset
Coverage
Denver/Boulder
145.310MHz
– 600KHz
Akron
145.400MHz
– 600KHz
Breckenridge
147.390MHz
+ 600KHz
Colorado Springs
145.130MHz
– 600KHz
Craig (working, but not linked)
146.970MHz
– 600KHz
N/A
Durango
147.345MHz
+ 600KHz
Glenwood Springs (working, but not linked)
146.850MHz
– 600KHz
Grand Junction
145.355MHz
– 600KHz
Kremmling
147.075MHz
+ 600KHz
Leadville
145.445MHz
– 600KHz
Salida
147.285MHz
+ 600KHz
Steamboat Springs
147.165MHz
+ 600KHz
Vail
147.345MHz
+ 600KHz
Walden (Half Duplex – See below) (working, but not linked)
145.160MHz
– 600KHz
Winter Park / Fraser
147.285MHz
+ 600KHz

Map with consolidated coverage from all repeaters here (except Winter Park and Walden). Find the interactive repeater (locations only) map on Google Maps.

Walden (145.160): This is a half duplex repeater.  This means it does not re-transmit what it is receiving locally.  This is OK if you are talking from this repeater into other parts of the Colorado Connection, but will not work for local communications with both stations on this repeater.

Craig (146.970) and Steamboat (147.165): These two repeaters are operated by the Northwest Colorado Amateur Radio Association. We don’t maintain status reports for them, but both have been very reliable.