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Winter Wonderland: Snowshoeing the Powder Along the Poudre

By on October 28, 2008

The 1820s fur trappers who gave the Cache la Poudre River its name used the French phrase that translates as “hide the powder” to commemorate the large cache of…

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Seasonal

Winter Fun for Families: Keystone and Snow Mountain Ranch

By on October 20, 2008

My 10-year-old grandson Anthony blasts right past me as I yell at him to turn. Like most kids, he likes to ski fast in the fall line, turning only…

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Restaurants

Historic Places to Dine: Along Colorado’s Front Range

By on October 14, 2008

Some of Colorado’s best cuisine can be found in its historic hotels and restaurants. Many of these places have been proudly serving guests for more than 100 years. Dining…

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Family

Colorado Springs: Pikes Peak and More

By on September 29, 2008

From the 14,000-foot summit of America’s Mountain to the depths of nearby underground caverns, the Pikes Peak region of Colorado’s Front Range can be a cool place to play.

The…

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Natural Landmarks

Chimney Rock: National Historic Site

By on September 29, 2008

Look south as you drive across U.S. 160 in southern Colorado, between Pagosa Springs and Durango. What appears to be a spire of rock rises from the landscape like…

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