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Soaring to an elevation of 12,183, Trail Ridge Road passes through Rocky Mountain National Park between the towns of Estes Park and Grand Lake and is one of the best ways to see the Continental Divide as it cuts through Colorado.
From the byway's end in Grand Lake, you'll continue south on Hwy. 34 for about 15 miles until you reach the town of Granby.
This 5-mile paved path connects Fraser to Winter Park. Keep your eye out for wildlife as you hike, particularly beaver, moose, deer and herons.
Giddy-up along acres of scenic trails with the experienced guides at Devil's Thumb Ranch.
After breakfast, drive about 26 miles northwest on Hwy. 40 until you reach the town of Hot Sulphur Springs.
This sandstone formation towers over half the town of Kremmling, offering amazing panoramic views.
Drive an hour northwest on Hwy. 40 to experience the welcoming Western hospitality — and stunning mountains and valleys — of Steamboat Springs.
Soar high over Steamboat Springs as you make your way to Mount Werner, with spectacular views you can't get from the ground
Jump back on Hwy. 40 and travel west for 42 miles until you reach the charming city of Craig.
Cruise about 48 miles southwest to Meeker, where you'll find history, wide-open wilderness and small-town vibes.
One hour west, your breakfast awaits in the town of Rangley.
Have a massive cinnamon roll before continuing on your day in Rangely.
Reservations are required to visit the Tank, and there many be limits to how many people can tour the space at a time.