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Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls: Trekking Telluride

Hikers in Telluride can journey to Bridal Veil Falls for spectacular views and also learn a little about the history of the small town tucked deep into Colorado’s San Juan Mountains. The onetime mining town sits at an 8,750-foot elevation and is surrounded on three sides by steep peaks. The trail to the top of Bridal Veil Falls has an…

Art Without Borders: The Museum of Outdoor Arts 1

Art Without Borders: The Museum of Outdoor Arts

Residents, employees and visitors to City Center Englewood and the Greenwood Plaza business park are exposed to masterpieces of art every day at the Museum of Outdoor Arts, and most are pretty hard not to notice. The Museum of Outdoor Arts Enormous sculpted Marzocco Lions and Greek Temple Dogs fiercely guard street corners, three gossiping bronze children giggle on the…

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National Repertory Orchestra: Making Music in Breckenridge

When Indiana University music major David Waldman heard that his 10-minute private violin audition won him a spot in the National Repertory Orchestra, the first thing he thought was that he wouldn’t have to go home and look for a summer job. The gig would put him in the Colorado mountains for the summer, and that was just fine with…

Things to Do in the Winter in Colorado 6

Things to Do in the Winter in Colorado

If you are a skier, then winter will bring you a little piece of heaven. It will be your paradise in Colorado. The winter air, the new-fallen snow, and mountains covered with a heavy snowpack. – what more can you want? Here are things to do in the winter in Colorado. Things to Do in the Winter in Colorado: Skiing…

Spend Time Outdoors in Estes Park 9

Spend Time Outdoors in Estes Park

 The main draw to people who plan to visit Estes Park, Colorado, is the vast number of outdoor activities and attractions the area provides. As the gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, it has numerous areas where you can spend hours enjoying the beauty of Colorado’s mountain range. As you are planning for your Colorado travel experience, be sure to…

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What to See at North Sterling State Park

Head north of Sterling, Colorado, for about 30 minutes to the high plains, and you will reach the North Sterling State Park. The large park comprises 5,700 acres of grasslands and water. Visitors have made it a premier place to boat and fish in the northeastern location.  The park offers three campgrounds to spend the night, providing 141 campsites. If…

Denver’s Elitch Gardens Water Park: Jump Right In 13

Denver’s Elitch Gardens Water Park: Jump Right In

  Denver Water Park My daughter wonders where all the water comes from. She is in awe about the sheer volume of the wet element. We have gone swimming multiple times this hot summer, but nothing compares to Denver’s Elitch Gardens Water Park. There is not just one big pool here, but two, plus numerous slides, pirates cove, water rides…

What You Need To Know About Crestone Colorado Before You Go! 15

What You Need To Know About Crestone Colorado Before You Go!

If You Are Going To Crestone Colorado, We Have The Information You Need. During the 2010 census, the population of Crestone, Colorado, was 127. Last year it was believed to have grown to 140 people. The small village lies at the foot of the western slopes of the Sangre de Cristo Range. Once a small mining town, founded in 1880,…

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8 Delicious Coffee Shops in Boulder

What is better than meeting an old friend you have not seen for ages, at a local coffee shop and having a brew or two? There is something special about having coffee with a friend. People living in Boulder, Colorado, have many great coffee shops from which to choose. Call your friend and make plans to meet up for a…

fort collins to steamboat springs

Take The Best 3 Hour Drive From Fort Collins to Steamboat Springs

Driving From Fort Collins To Steamboat Springs Along The Cache la Poudre River The last car passed 30 minutes ago. Since then the only life along this lonely length of highway has been four-legged or feathered. Even the radio offers nothing but crackling static. In this high chaparral landscape more suggestive of Outer Mongolia than Colorado, antelope outnumber people. To…