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This scenic town, situated just west of Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, has all the amenities with grassy city parks, delightful local restaurants, the confluence of two major rivers and more. Stay and play a round of golf at the local course or raft down one of the rivers, either…

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This beautiful valley is flanked on the west side by the mighty Collegiate Peaks, and the mighty Arkansas River makes up the eastern boundary. In between are beautiful valleys, filled with rich ranch land, ghost towns, mountain lakes and streams, abundant wildlife, the historic towns of Buena…

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Located within the San Juan National Forest amid the majestic San Juan Mountains, Pagosa Springs offers visitors a rich geological and cultural history. Known for its world-famous hot springs, "Pagosah" is the Southwestern Ute word for "healing waters." The soaring cliffs, ragged peaks, magical…

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Aspen is a renowned ski destination — and for good reason. With four distinct mountains offering terrain for beginners and experts alike, and virtually no lift lines, it’s a powder paradise. Locals are often heard saying “I came for the winter, but stayed for the summer,” revealing that Aspen…

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Boulder is a casually sophisticated town tucked in the foothills below a rock formation known as The Flatirons. With gorgeous landscapes, a walker- and biker-friendly downtown and plenty to do, you'll be just as inspired as the famously active locals to get out and enjoy a day jam-packed with…

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Breckenridge's quaint main street could be a painting of the mountain resort of your dreams. The oldest and largest town in Colorado's famous Summit County started out, like many, as a mining town, and locals aren't about to forget it — the 250-plus buildings on the National Historic Register…

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Colorado Springs is the state's second largest city, and first in the hearts of many visitors as a place of astonishing beauty with more than 55 unique museums, cultural and natural attractions. Colorado Springs boasts more than 300 days of blue skies a year, sits at an elevation of 6,035 feet…

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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…