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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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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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From deep canyon pools to high country lakes and magnificent reservoirs, roaming wildlife, abundant trails and intense beauty, Ridgway offers all ages and ability levels a chance to participate in some of Colorado’s finest outdoor adventures. Experience world-class fishing and water-sports on…

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The historic towns of Colorado's Great West region offer travelers boundless landscapes and spirited people. Unrelenting forces of nature have carved immense and intimate landscapes in northwest Colorado. Spanning 14,918 square miles, the region encompasses expansive areas of public lands —…

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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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Unplug and reconnect the family at Colorado's all-inclusive dude and guest ranches, which run the gamut from rustic experiences to luxury retreats. Most include kids and teen programs, evening entertainment, whitewater rafting, fishing, overnight pack trips, cattle round ups and more.

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With more than 40,000 guest rooms throughout the state, CHLA can help you find the perfect place to stay — from guest ranches, vacational rental condominiums and B&Bs to luxury hotels and everything in between. When it comes to high standards, CHLA members mean business and aim to please.