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Delta County

Visit Delta County, Colorado

Rich in culture and history with bountiful orchards, lake-strewn mountains, vast forests and desert canyons. Delta County includes the communities of Cedaredge, Crawford, Delta, Eckert, Hotchkiss, Orchard City and Paonia.

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Salida

Find Adventure in Salida, Colorado

Visitors are lured to Salida by the abundance of outdoor activities, art galleries and shops, local history and the natural scenic beauty of the area. Bordered on the west by the Continental Divide and on the east by the Arkansas River, Salida’s location is ideal for both adventure and relaxation. The Arkansas River runs through downtown Salida and is a playground for rafters, kayakers, paddle-boarders and “beach lovers.” For over 70 years Salida has been the site of FIBArk, the nation’s longest-running whitewater-rafting competition held annually in mid-June. The Arkansas River is recognized as a Gold Medal designation with the highest quality cold-water habitat for fish.

Salida is also a great place to relax, with spas, wellness centers, and hot springs. The downtown Creative District is packed with art galleries, restaurants, microbreweries, distilleries, wineries, antique shops and all types of boutique shopping. Treat the kids to the adventures awaiting in family-friendly Salida.

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Buena Vista

Explore Buena Vista, Colorado

Buena Vista is a mix of a quiet mountain community and a vital tourist town known for its friendly people bound together by a love of the outdoors, clean-air and small-town living.

Located in central Colorado on the Arkansas River, rafting and kayaking are two exciting activities that draw people to the area. The whitewater park at the end of East Main provides great family fun. Cross the footbridge in the park and you can mountain bike or hike right from town. Like to fish? Recently this part of the river has been designated a Gold Medal fishing area.

Over ten 14,000′ mountains within 30 minutes provide wonderful, scenic hiking and mountain bike trails. Hot springs are open all year.

Quaint shops, galleries, museums, a variety of restaurants, historic re-enactments, concerts in the park, farmer’s markets, and a full calendar of events make Buena Vista a fun place to vacation.

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Breckenridge

Things to Do in Breckenridge, Colorado

Breckenridge is known as a world-class ski and snowboard destination, and for good reason – Breckenridge Ski Resort spans four peaks and more than 2,300 acres that include five terrain parks, two half-pipes, eight bowls and the highest chairlift in North America.  Beyond the runs?  Signature winter parties, indie shopping, an award-winning arts district and locally-made libations await.  After all, Breck delivers on diversity.

Prospectors discovered gold when they founded this mountain town in 1859.  Today, Breck is a quaint mountain town tucked away in the Ten Mile Range.  The 154-year-old Victorian town includes one of the state’s largest National Historic Districts with 249 Historic District structures.

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Beaver Creek

Things to Do in Beaver Creek, Colorado

With heated walkways, escalators to the slopes and immaculate grooming, slope-side accommodations, warm après-ski cookies and the Ivy League of ski schools, you really are “not exactly roughing it” in Beaver Creek. Despite 300 days of sunshine and 1,805 acres of Colorado grandeur, Beaver Creek also boasts the intimacy of an alpine village, featuring mouthwatering cuisine, blissful spas and captivating performing arts.

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Aspen

Vacation in Aspen, Colorado

Ahhh, Aspen, Colorado, where do we start? The name alone conjures images of majestic mountains, outdoor adventure, healthy living, divine dining, music festivals, and exceptional shopping. To the world, Aspen means “The Good Life.” And yes, this town has everything the good life has to offer. But there is even more—Aspen’s got soul.

It is a world-class destination with outdoor adventures from skiing to biking, with a flair for arts and culture, but still maintains enough small-town charm for year-round residents to call it home. Aspen truly is a unique diamond nestled in the rough of the Rocky Mountains that has a knack for bringing big city features to you in a way that defies the ordinary. Learn more about Aspen via the Aspen Chamber and Resort Association or sign up for a FREE Visitor’s Guide.

Aspen downtown

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Colorado Winter

Colorado Winter

Colorado's central location and 25 world-class ski resorts attract skiers and snowboarders from around the world. With convenient non-stop flights, regional airports, discount travel packages, and other means of getting around the mountains, snow enthusiasts are quickly placing Colorado at the top of their must-visit lists. Colorado's ski areas span the state, covering more than 40,000 acres of terrain beginning at the sky-scraping Continental Divide and unfolding north, south and west deep into the Centennial State's majestic mountain ranges. Learn more about skiing and snowboarding in Colorado. Colorado's world-renowned resorts and accommodating ski towns beckon travelers of all backgrounds, ages and interests, with every ski resort offering something different. From the family of four looking for lessons and a laid-back day on groomed runs to the hardcore backcountry hike-it crowd, there's a resort that will exceed expectations
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Vail

Things to Do at Vail Resort, Colorado

Throughout the US, Vail Resort is synonymous with the American alpine experience. Situated high up in the Gore Valley and surrounded by the White River National Forest, this community is ideally located in proximity to all the Rocky Mountains have to offer.  Vail Ski Resort opened on December 15, 1962, boasting one gondola, two chair lifts, eight ski instructors, and a $5 lift ticket. Since then, this resort has become the most extensive ski area located on a single mountain in the United States and caters to skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels. Today, this area consists of three distinct communities, East Vail, Cascade Village, and West Vail. To learn more about how these communities together make a world-class resort.  Additionally, neighboring Beaver Creek Resort is a stand-alone resort and community.

Access this region via Eagle County Regional Airport, just 37 miles away, or 2 hours and 15 minutes from Denver International Airport, 92 miles.

About Vail Mountain

The three base areas of the resort are Golden Peak, Vail Village, and Lionshead. During the winter season, signs with grooming reports and trail access information are posted daily at all three base areas. Trail maps for those unfamiliar with the mountain can be found at all lift ticket windows, on-mountain lodges, and throughout the base areas. Visitors should also familiarize themselves with the skier responsibility code on the trail map.

  • Adventure Ridge offers excellent activities for families and kids. Tubing, ski bikes, a children’s snowmobile track, and ice skating are available.
  • Home to some of the world’s best ski and snowboard instructors. Lessons are available for all levels of skiers, snowboarders, or telemark skiers. Newcomers to these activities are strongly advised to take a lesson—your knees and elbows will thank you for it later!
  • The FREE PEAKS program is the best money and timesaver for multiple-day skiers and snowboarders. Contact any of the lift ticket offices to purchase. Open until 4:30 p.m. daily.
  • Blue Sky Basin is one of the farthest-to-reach areas and is accessible by several lifts and trails from the front of the mountain. There are no dining options in the area, but a warming hut and bathrooms are available.
  • Tired legs are dangerous. If your legs are tired, download on the Vista Bahn, Riva Bahn, or Gondola rather than taking your chances with an injury.

Learn more about central Colorado.

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What’s Happening at the Resort

With a European feel, Vail Village and Lionshead Village are designed to accommodate pedestrians. Take a stroll through the villages down the heated cobblestone walkways to enjoy fire pits, sculptures, and water features. As well as its reputation as a legendary mountain town with world-class skiing, plush accommodations, fine dining, and fantastic shopping.

Vail has the Family in Mind

Consider this entre area as one giant playground for kids, families, and adults. This resort is packed with places to explore, activities, events, new adventures, and quality time to make lasting memories. Learn more about the Resorts.

Exploring Arts & Culture

Diversity of cultural and educational activities is an attraction for locals and guests. The community considers its cultural scene to be top-notch, with access to theatre, music, arts, and educational experiences that will enlighten and lift the spirit.

 

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Denver

Things to Do in Denver, Colorado

Dining and Shopping in Denver

Denver restaurants, galleries, and shops pepper 20 diverse neighborhoods. From the stately Victorian mansions of Capitol Hill and the rich African-American culture of historic Five Points, to the quaint,Denver shopping tree-lined streets of Old South Gaylord and Old South Pearl. The area’s laid-back attitude and class are exemplified in the art districts and communities surrounding downtown.

Meanwhile, the heart of downtown is still the 16th Street Mall, a mile-long pedestrian promenade lined with restaurants, shops and seasonal programming. Free hop-on-hop-off shuttle buses leave either end of the Mall every 90 seconds, making everything downtown easy to reach. Check out Colfax Avenue, the Golden Road history. At 26.5 miles long, it’s the longest commercial street in the U.S.

At the end of the Mall is LoDo, a hip historic district with a vibrant nightlife. LoDo is overflowing with more than 200 bars, lounges, brew pubs, jazz cafés, restaurants and music clubs. In 2007, the neighborhood welcomed the stunning new Museum of Contemporary Art. Attracting some of the nation’s top talent and offering a staggering rooftop view of the beautiful skyline.

Nearby, the Cherry Creek Shopping District is a village within the city, filled with nearly 500 shops, independent boutiques, cafés, restaurants, and galleries.

The Denver Music Scene

Check out the music scene, with some of the best sounds – from top acts to independent artists – that can be heard nationwide. The world-renowned Red Rocks Amphitheatre welcomes a new music season each summer, along with weekly outdoor films from late May to mid-August.

Professional Sports

For the more sports-minded, MLB’s Colorado Rockies, play at the centrally located Coors Field in LoDo. Denver hosts seven professional sports teams in total, including the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, the NFL’s Denver Broncos and the NBA’s Denver Nuggets.

Experiencing Denver Colorado

Perhaps you have found yourself in this area on business or for another reason. Experiencing Colorado from Denver is just around the corner. Many urban parks cater to a variety of popular sporting activities such as fishing, boating, cycling, rollerblading, walking the dog or going for a jog. Plus, there are State Parks scattered about and Rocky Mountain National Wildlife Refuge is nearby. Getting out into the great outdoors and experiencing the Rocky Mountain High is just outside your door.

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