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- 1Colorado, USA47 reviews
This just happens to be one of my favorite cities - and not just because I was born here. Aspen is beautiful any time of year. Some of my favorite memories are in the spring up in the mountains surrounded by wild flowers. Nothing gets better than being in a field when a sun shower surprises you and there's nothing ...
- 2Colorado, USA3 reviews
Nederland is part of the reason that I enjoy living in Boulder so much. Only 18 miles away, this small town is 3000 feet further up in the mountains, sitting at the narrow end of the reservoir created by Barker Dam. Nederland enjoys an extremely liberal atmosphere with art galleries, cafes and dispensaries. The locals seem to be a close ...
- 3Colorado, USA49 reviews
Often overlooked, my small hometown has much to offer. An eclectic mix of young artists, outdoor enthusiasts, and laid-back liberals makes for an open, friendly environment.
- 4Colorado, USA98 reviews
Denver and Boulder and definitely for those who are granola, adventurous types. I love the food and local culture here. The beers here are bomb, and everyone here is so fit healthy, and attractive. How can you beat that? If it had an ocean, I would totally move to Denver.
- 5Colorado, USA51 reviews
AWESOME Ski resort, best for skiing...powdery fluffy snow..1 of the best places to ski at =) beautiful mountains
- 6Colorado, 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 ...
- 7Colorado, USA97 reviews
Beautiful city, with spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains. It generally rates as one of the cities with the highest qualities of life, and when you look out your window and see the views of the Rockies you see in Colorado Springs who can argue.
- 8Colorado, USA57 reviews
I love Boulder, and miss being there very much. Such a great town to hang out in!
- 9Colorado, USA25 reviews
An unbelievable ski area!! More than that though... The restaurants and hotels cater to their celebrity clientele and everything is top notch ! The nightlife is pretty good too!
- 10Colorado, USA18 reviews
This is the site of some of the best preserved cliff dwellings in the world; they were created and inhabited by the Anasazi Indians in the 12th century, abandoned for several hundred years, then 'discovered' in the late 1800s. Walking and clambering through the site, it's easy to imagine an entire community of people living in the adobe homes built ...
- 11Colorado, USA14 reviews
Only went there to site see. Was very pretty. But, expensive.
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- 12Colorado, USA3 reviews
Used to go here all the time as a kid including summer camp near Durango. Beautiful!
- 13Colorado, USA2 reviews
the fall was my favorite season
- 14Colorado, USA40 reviews
Enjoying the day in this town. Lots of shops and friendly people who are battling both nature (flood aftermath) and people (Rocky Mountain National Park shut down) and staying upbeat. This is Big Thompson River, which not too long ago was flowing down main street.
- 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, USA9 reviews
Another great ski resort in Colorado. Nice little town with a few bars and restaurants within walking distance of the resort.
- 17Colorado, 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 ...
- 18Colorado, USA1 review
- 19Colorado, USA9 reviews
Downtown Frisco has a bunch of nice restaurants and boutiques. Nice way to spend an afternoon walking around.
- 20Colorado, USA10 reviews
Nice college town about an hour and a half north of Denver. Lots of outdoor activities nearby, good restaurants and there is usually something of interest (lectures or music) going on. Home of New Belgium and Odells breweries people take their beer seriously and there is always something nice on tap!