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Sheltered in a secluded mountain valley 8,000 feet above sea level, Vallecito Lake is one of the largest and most beautiful bodies of water in Colorado. Vallecito, Spanish for "Little Valley," and ancestral home to many of Colorado's Ute Indians, became the name of the sparkling waters of the…

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When the snow melts, summer heats up in Vail! A family trip to Vail in the summer means there’s something to suit everyone’s adventure level: Zip, fly, tour and tube with adventure courses, ziplines, a mountain coaster and much more, the options are endless at Epic Discovery. The mountains offer…

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Known to locals and visitors alike as a hidden utopia of solitude and outdoor recreation, Rangely is remotely located in the center of one of the last areas of the West to be settled. Visitors will find herds of pronghorn antelope, deer, elk and wild horses, and miles of scenic adventure roads…

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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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With millions of acres of public lands and miles of wild rivers, there’s no end to the hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, birding and river rafting in the Moffat County towns of Craig, Maybell, Dinosaur, Hamilton, Massadona and Lay. In this laid back region in the northwest corner of the state…

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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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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 region…

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Silver Cliff and Westcliffe are two special small towns known for their beautiful mountain vistas and big skies. And word is getting out about their world-class dark night skies — they were recently named the 9th Dark-Sky Community in the world and the first in Colorado. Come for those skies and…