Pagosa Springs boasts a historic downtown, a beautiful riverfront, an elaborate hotel complex with bubbling and steaming hot springs, all surrounded by the San Juan Mountains.
The Yampa River Botanic Park glorifies high-altitude gardening and features a self-guided tour that takes visitors through a series of “neighborhoods.”
The 283-foot Fish Creek Falls is a popular attraction just a short hike from downtown Steamboat Springs.
The mountain town of Creede has fishing, rafting, camping, hiking, mountain biking and live theater in the summer.
Carbondale is a beautiful and quirky community near Aspen with abundant views and a thriving arts scene,
Salida is a starting point for whitewater rafting on the Arkansas River and has a growing arts community. It also is a gateway to the new Browns Canyon National Monument.
Dozens of movies have been shot in Colorado because of its dramatic scenery, starting with talkies and continuing through “The Lone Ranger” in 2012.
Rocky Mountain National Park welcomes 3 million visitors a year and has just about everything – mountains, wildlife, hiking and climbing, camping and fishing, stunning scenery.
Breathtaking scenery surrounds Colorado Springs, starting with Pikes Peak, where Katherine Lee Bates was inspired to write “America the Beautiful.”
The Hotel Boulderado in Boulder opened in 1909. It has 160 rooms for guests and is the site of meetings, weddings and special events.