Official Colorado Travel Resources

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While the area is less than an hour's drive from Colorado Springs or Pueblo, you really feel like you are going back to an earlier era in the Royal Gorge region ... one without all the crowds and hurry. This is a place where you can slow down and window shop the Main Streets in Cañon City or…

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Winter Park is one of Colorado's favorite playgrounds! In the winter, being tucked against the Continental Divide ensures dependable snow — 321 average inches for skiing, snowboarding, tubing, sleigh rides and snow-angel making. Now don't underestimate Winter Park in the summertime because of…

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The small-town charm of Walsenburg, La Veta, Gardner and Cuchara await in southern Colorado's Spanish Peaks County, where natural wonders, history, cultural events and art hubs combine for a feeling all its own. Two scenic byways (Highway of Legends and Frontier Pathways), Lathrop State Park and…

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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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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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Known for its rich history as a stop along the Santa Fe Trail and Scenic Highway of Legends, its growing reputation as a center for the arts (it was recently designated an official Colorado Creative District), a walkable and charming downtown, easy access to the popular Trinidad Lake State Park…

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A short hop west of Denver, Golden's historic downtown grants visitors access to dozens of shops, restaurants and cozy lodging options as well as serves as a jumping-off point to hiking, rafting, biking, touring (especially the incredibly popular Coors Brewery) and more from its prime location…

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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…