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Hike to an abandoned mill, see waterfalls cascading near the roadside and explore an art gallery or two in a Certified Colorado Creative District. This weekend journey won't disappoint.
Drive this arid and scenic stretch of Colorado for prehistoric dino fossils and Fremont Indian history. Start with Grand Junction's colorful canyons, then take a northwestern route to Dinosaur National Monument near the Colorado/Utah border.
Trail Ridge Road from Estes Park to Grand Lake only spans 48 miles, but it's jam-packed with history, foodie adventures and stunning views of the Continental Divide.
From Central City to Estes Park, the Peak to Peak Byway overflows with Colorado-style fun, like snowboarding, hiking, gold panning and sipping craft beers.
Summit a fourteener or two, catch a glimpse of bighorn sheep and marvel at Colorado's vibrant fall foliage as you tour Guanella Pass.
Tracks Across Borders Scenic Byway not only provides you with breathtaking vistas of southern Colorado but with the ability to ride on not one but two scenic railroads.