Explore the Outdoors in Marble, Redstone & Carbondale
Hike to an abandoned mill, see waterfalls cascading near the roadside and explore an art gallery or two in a Certified Colorado Creative District. This weekend journey won't disappoint.
Bring your bike, work boots, work gloves and a friend to help keep Roaring Fork Mountain Bike Association's trails looking A-OK.
This 9-mile trail near Marble is home to one of Colorado's hidden gems — a mill perched high above the Crystal River. It makes for breathtaking photos but be prepared to spend at least half a day hiking.
The Hayes Creek Waterfalls are a short walk from the road on Highway 133. Snap some photos of these cascading falls during golden hour.
Hop on this singletrack to get your morning off to a blood-pumping start. This 6.2-mile intermediate loop is just what the doctor ordered.
Carbondale is home to one of Colorado's Certified Creative Districts. It offers up opportunities to meet with artists, see them at work and maybe even purchase a little souvenir from one of the galleries to take home.
Spend the night in this tiny home within walking distance of downtown Carbondale.
True Nature Healing has a cafe open daily with organic soups, salads, baked goods and smoothies.
Surround yourself with scrub foliage, views of the Rockies and free campsites at Prince Creek.