Official Colorado Travel Resources

Visiting Colorado soon? Guidance for travelers may vary depending on what part of the state you are visiting.

Follow the websites of the destinations below to find the latest information about places to go and stay in Colorado, and view statewide traveler information here.

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A renowned winter playground and vibrant summer community just 9 miles from Aspen, Snowmass consistently ranks as one of the best winter ski areas and summer mountain biking destinations in the world. Ski Magazine named Aspen Snowmass the #1 resort of the year in the West in 2020, and Snowmass…

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Enjoy the quieter side of the Rockies in Granby. Conveniently located in the heart of several major Rocky Mountain attractions, including Rocky Mountain National Park, the Colorado River Headwaters Scenic Byway and more, Granby offers visitors the ideal getaway. Experience the outdoors and enjoy…

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With more than 40,000 guest rooms throughout the state, CHLA can help you find the perfect place to stay — from guest ranches, vacational rental condominiums and B&Bs to luxury hotels and everything in between. When it comes to high standards, CHLA members mean business and aim to please.

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The heart of Colorado's wine country — and home of the famously sweet and juicy Palisade peaches — Palisade is located snug against the Colorado River amid the Western Slope's stunning mesas. Cycle merrily between between dozens of wineries, sample local creations in the town's handful of…

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Telluride is celebrated for its culture, heritage and spectacular scenic beauty and recognized for its unrivaled recreational opportunities. In the winter, world-class Telluride Ski Resort boasts powder-filled bowls in which to ski, snowboard and enjoy awe-inspiring mountain views. Come summer…

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Explore the exciting attractions and sites in La Junta and the historic Arkansas Valley. La Junta has a rich history and is dedicated to preserving that heritage. First-time visitors are surprised to find so much to see and do in this exciting town located in southeast Colorado, including Bent's…

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A journey to Montrose starts in its historic downtown with an eclectic mix of restaurants, antique shops and boutiques and moves to an array of outdoor activities such as fly-fishing, golf, river rafting, rock crawling and other recreation found in the awe-inspiring Black Canyon of the Gunnison…

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As the year-round heart of Summit County, Silverthorne sits amid nature’s playgrounds, statuesque peaks topping out above 14,000 feet, rivers with renowned rapids and fishing hotspots, and hundreds of miles of wilderness. Our shopping scene attracts discerning customers from around the regionand…

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Ouray is known as the Switzerland of America, situated in a river valley at nearly 8,000 feet, surrounded by the snowcapped San Juan Mountains. You almost expect to hear yodeling echo from these high hills. Natural hot springs feed the town pool, where visitors come to soak in the therapeutic…