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Clocking in at more than 1,000 square miles of San Juan Mountains beauty, this area of southwest Colorado is a siren song to oudoor adventurers, wildlife and wildflower seekers, fourteener climbers, ghost town explorers, byways lovers and anyone else looking to stretch their legs on beautiful…

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The well-preserved, storybook mining village of Silverton is a designated National Historic Landmark and the perfect example of how these towns reinvented themselves after the mining boom: There are plenty of shops and restaurants to explore, as well as several historic sites to see. The town's…

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South Fork's all-season activities run from hunting and fishing to skiing, golf, horseback riding and wildlife viewing. Surrounded by nearly 2 million acres of national forest, limitless historical, cultural and recreational activities await. Lodging is available in cabins, motels, RV parks and…

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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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Palisade, on Colorado's Western Slope, is in the heart of Colorado's wine country. More than 20 area wineries are producing small quantities of wines that are getting big attention. But grapes weren't the first fruit to put the agricultural town on the map. Palisade's also famous for its peaches…

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Delta County features playgrounds from 4,000 to 11,000 feet in elevation and all the fun stuff in between. Small country farms, orchards burgeoning with fruit, winemakers busy at their craft and chefs stirring up something fresh. This little part of western Colorado is starting to make an…

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If it can be done outdoors, it can be done in Durango. This is a huge mountain biking, rafting, fishing, backpacking, skiing, hiking community. In downtown Durango, historic buildings are filled with award-winning restaurants and art galleries and you'll hear the whistle of the Durango &…

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The area around Grand Junction has made a name for itself as the heart of Colorado's wine country. But wine's just one of the region's great assets. The largest city on Colorado's Western Slope, Grand Junction sprawls across the Grand Valley, perfectly situated for exploring the wonders of the…