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- 1Colorado, USA25 reviews
This former mining town lies in a box canyon, surrounded on three sides by 14,000-foot peaks, so few places can rival the natural beauty, or the solitude (population: 2,500; stoplights: 0). A free, scenic gondola links Telluride to the neighboring Mountain Village, and Telluride Ski Resort itself counts 127 trails, three terrain parks, and an average snowfall of 309 inches. ...
- 2Colorado, USA47 reviews
The A-list ski town has no shortage of plush hotels primed for romance—such as The Little Nell or the St. Regis—or sips to get you there: the Rocky Mountain state’s legendary craft beer scene helped rank this tony mountain town at the top of the survey for its local brews (such as Aspen Brewing’s pale ale called This Season’s Blonde). ...
- 3Colorado, USA3 reviews
It's worth finding your way to this gem of a town in the Colorado Rockies! Crested Butte is perhaps one of the most beautiful cities in the United States, summer or winter! Every outdoor adventure awaits you in this quaint, historic town filled with friendly locals, delicious restaurants, and epic adventures!
- 4Colorado, USA97 reviews
You also must go to: Passages a Biblical Museum that travels the country with it's artifacts & stories of how Bible was made, Torahs, etc from Holocaust that survived. Milts-for best bisquits & gravy.
- 5Colorado, USA4 reviews
The stretch of route 70 is considered one of the gems of the interstate highway system. Literally dangling above the upper reaches of the Colorado River while passing through the narrow defile of Glenwood Canyon, the roadway is a natural and architectural triumph all at once. One of the main attractions along this stretch of road is Hanging Lake, a ...
- 6Colorado, USA51 reviews
Vail's history is interesting. There was no ski resort or town here 60 years ago. The town's founder actually discovered the area's potential during World War II as a member of a skiing unit of soldiers and came back during the 1960's to build a resort. Vail is the closest to a European town that I've ever seen in the ...
- 7Colorado, USA11 reviews
Snowmass is just a hop, skip, and a jump from Aspen with great hills to ski down. It's a cute little village that you should definitely take the opportunity to visit.
- 8Colorado, USA41 reviews
This is a great mountain for riders of all abilities. The lines move pretty effeciently and the staff are very friendly and helpful if you're up at the top of the mountain trying to decide the best way to work your way down without DYING at the end of a loooooooooong day! Also, be sure that you're always smiling because ...
- 9Colorado, USA9 reviews
The debate over the highest town in the United States is waged between a few sleepy bergs in Colorado. The current champion is Winter Park, which wrested the title from Alma, Colorado when it included its ski resort within the town limits. While underhanded, there is more to do in Winter Park.
- 10Colorado, USA49 reviews
Grew up here. Have a soft spot for it. Wonderful lifestyle, great outdoor activities!
- 11Colorado, USA98 reviews
What can you really say about the city of Denver? Clean air, blue skies, parks in every corner of the city. Denver is all about life and where you can go in yours. The people are friendly and everyone just seems to understand one another. One of the first cities in the United States to fully decriminalize marijuana, Denver is ...
- 12Colorado, USA18 reviews
By far the most impressive collection of Anasazi cave dwellings in the Four Corners region. Good exhibitions and easily negotiated trails, but can be very crowded in the high season.
- 13Colorado, USA57 reviews
Boulder reminds me of a cleaner Berkeley except it is really lacking in ethnic diversity. I love the emphasis on health and all the health food stores. It is really a beautiful area.
- 14Colorado, USA40 reviews
I was in this town in Colorado to go to Rocky Mountain National Park. The town itself is very high up over 7000 feet so if the altitude bothers you don't stay for long. It can get crowded during the summer so plan ahead.
- 15Colorado, USA22 reviews
I love the vibe of this little town! It is kind of vintage shops meet modern day cowboys and I like it! Full of coffee shops and nice friendly people this is where you hang after a day on the slopes. Purgatory is the reason people want to go to Durango but there are also some really cool day trips ...
- 16Colorado, USA3 reviews
SNOW KAYAKING: One again a summer sport has been converted into extreme winter fun with the potential for injury running sky high. What's needed? A paddle, wax, a kayak and helmet are all that's required other than some serious strength and the tenacity to haul all your gear up a mountain. Of course, you'll also need to bring alone a ...
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- 17Colorado, USA2 reviews
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- 18Colorado, USA7 reviews
I love this town! It's full of hippies and people that just want to enjoy life. I've been there a few times and loved every minute of it. The mountains are gorgeous and some great trails are just minutes from downtown. Plus, they have a great spa right on the river. If you pay the price you can take a ...
- 19Colorado, USA1 review
- 20Colorado, USA9 reviews
Downtown Frisco has a bunch of nice restaurants and boutiques. Nice way to spend an afternoon walking around.