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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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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…

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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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Explore the exciting attractions and sites in La Junta and the historic Arkansas Valley. La Junta has a rich history and is dedicated to preserving that heritage. First-time visitors are surprised to find so much to see and do in this exciting town located in southeast Colorado, including Bent's…

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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…