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Located approximately 50 miles northeast of Denver, at the confluence of the South Platte and Cache la Poudre rivers, Greeley is a college and agricultural town that's on the rise as an arts destination, with a philharmonic, the celebrated Union Colony Civic Center theater and a thriving…

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Located just 20 miles west of Denver along the I-70 corridor, Clear Creek County includes the historic mountain communities of Idaho Springs, Dumont, Downieville, Lawson, Empire, Georgetown and Silver Plume. Visit for authentic Western mining and railroad heritage on the Georgetown Loop Railroad…

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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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Kremmling embodies the spirit of the American West. It is characterized by the determination of the pioneer, and the kinship of community. The valleys around Kremmling were home to Ute indians, and the area was settled by silver miners in the late 1800s. Still today, much of the land is…

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Tucked in the San Luis Valley of south-central Colorado, Rio Grande Country fills visitors' days with wildlife watching, world-class fishing, hiking, four-wheeling, hunting, snowmobiling and many other glorious outdoor pursuits. Use the area as a basecamp to explore its charming towns, Great…

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Just two miles south of I-70, and only 10 minutes from Vail and Beaver Creek, Minturn is the historical gem of the Vail Valley area. A funky old railroad town developed in the late 1800s, Minturn's quaint, locally owned shops and restaurants and old Colorado architecture offer a peek at the past…

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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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Grand Lake sits on the western edge of Rocky Mountain National Park and is a favorite of families and other travelers for its beautiful beach and boardwalk, charming local shops and restaurants, Western history and, of course, the deepest natrual lake in Colorado. Hosting fishers, boaters…

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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…