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Crested Butte

Visit Crested Butte, Colorado

Perhaps best known for world-class skiing at Crested Butte Mountain Resort, winter enthusiasts also enjoy Nordic skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ice fishing and more.  Art lovers are inspired by unique signature events throughout the year—from art walks and music and film festivals to art fairs and outdoor concerts.  Fair-weather activities include mountain biking, hiking, wildflower and wildlife viewing, photography, boating, whitewater rafting, kayaking, fly fishing, camping and horseback riding.  Year-round visitors enjoy distinctive restaurants, unique shops, stimulating cultural events and festivals galore.  Western heritage; dramatic, unspoiled natural beauty; genuinely friendly, unpretentious people; and “Colorado’s Last Great Ski Town” await.

Crested Butte Attractions

Adaptive Sports Center > Year-round recreation for people with developmental and physical disabilities. Alpine skiing, snowboarding, Nordic skiing, ice climbing and more. 866-349-2296,

Crested Butte Mountain Resort > Home to Colorado’s best corduroy, with 15 lifts accessing 1,547 acres of terrain, from beginner areas to the famous “Extreme Limits.” Private and group ski lessons for all abilities and ages. Try the Prinoth Snowcat Driving Experience, terrain parks, Adventure Park with tubing, Coke Zero Gravity airbag and Zipline Tour. 888-223-2631,

Crested Butte Nordic > Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, sledding and covered ice skating. Rentals, lessons, guides, groomed trails, moonlight yurt dinners, and huts available. 970-349-1707,

Culinary Delights > Our mouthwatering menu of savory culinary events is sure to please any connoisseur. Plus there are more than 80 restaurants, nearly all locally-owned and one-of-a-kind.

Destination Weddings > Let your imagination wander to the pristine Rocky Mountains for an inspirational backdrop, no matter what the season. Wildflower meadows, golden forests, crystal-clear streams and snowy ski slopes provide endless options to make your dreams come true.

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Find Adventure in Granby, Colorado

You can do it all within minutes of Granby. From golfing to water sports, horseback riding, fishing, rodeos, music festivals, and just plain relaxing, Granby has something to offer everyone. Enjoy a day water skiing, hiking or just watching the waves go by on Lake Granby. Take a majestic drive along a nationally acclaimed scenic byway and look for elk and other wildlife. Hike through the pristine wilderness, relax in the natural hot springs and end your day at one of Granby’s casual local nightspots or elegant, four-star restaurants.

Accommodations range from motels to lodges, hotels, B&Bs and cabins. Enjoy your stay at an affordable price with the amenities you want. Summer, Winter, Spring, or Fall, Granby offers many ways to entertain the entire family and leave the stress of city life a world away. Re-discover Granby, Colorado, today!


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Glenwood Springs

Visit Glenwood Springs, Colorado

Something magical happens when you just add water to your Rocky Mountain vacation; from the natural healing powers of Glenwood Hot Springs Pool and Iron Mountain Hot Springs to the recreational paradise supplied by the Colorado and Roaring Fork rivers and the unparalleled beauty of our National Natural Wonder – Hanging Lake. Glenwood Springs - hanging lake Dads act younger, moms laugh more. Brothers are nicer to sisters, couples rediscover each other. And along the way, everyone remembers the feeling of joy. That’s the power of our water in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.

Millions of years of water carved Glenwood Caverns into Iron Mountain, where today you can tour subterranean passages with amazing cave formations. Above the caverns, there are roller coasters, canyon swings, and incredible views of the Roaring Fork Valley. Hundreds of years ago, the Ute Indians used the Yampah Vapor Caves to heal their bodies and minds. Now, you can soak in the healing powers of these natural steam-filled caves formed by the mineral hot springs that flow through them.

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In addition to the amazing amenities water creates in our community, Glenwood Springs is also home to all the mountain resort experiences you expect when vacationing in the Rockies. Other things to do in Glenwood Springs include hiking, biking, horseback riding, rafting, skiing, skydiving, and zip lining (to name a few). Plan your stress-free, fun-filled, Glenwood Springs vacation at!

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Town of Frisco Colorado


Things to Do in Frisco, Colorado

Frisco is located at the epicenter of winter adventure less than 35 minutes from 6 world-class ski & ride resorts including Copper Mountain (7 minutes) and Breckenridge (15 minutes). Yet, Frisco stays true to its laid-back vibe with a charming Main Street and a great sense of humor. Frisco’s festivals celebrate everything from ugly holiday sweaters to dogs in their Mardi Gras best. Frisco knows how to have a good time and everyone is invited to join in on the fun.

Frisco’s unique Main Street offers some of the best local shopping and inspired dining in the Rocky Mountains. A great cup of joe, extraordinary views, and unusual finds are around every corner. Downtown Frisco is a perfect central location for everything in the area. Our lodging recommendations are: The Frisco Lodge and The Frisco Inn on Galena.

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Frisco’s Adventure Park

Every activity in Frisco is in the audience of stunning snowcapped peaks and Frisco’s Adventure Park is no exception. The Adventure Park boasts an 8-lane, lift-assisted tubing hill, a beginner ski/ride hill, 45 km of cross-country skiing and snowshoe trails, and horse-drawn sleigh rides. It is the perfect place to soak in the beauty of the Rocky Mountains while getting outside together. And wherever the day takes you, Frisco’s small-town character and central location make it easy to feel right at home.

Things to do Frisco

Dillon Reservoir

The heart of this town beats for a love of the outdoors. The Dillon Reservoir is the icing on the cake for Frisco and the other surrounding communities such as Silverthorne and Dillon. The reservoir spans 3,300 acres, making it one of Colorado’s largest reservoirs. The Frisco Bay Marina is a draw for many people who enjoy sailing, SUPs, and other watercraft activities.

Frisco is a Community

In addition to finding all things Colorado in Frisco such as hiking and mountain bike trails right from town, plus camping on the lake, and a cross-skiing touring center next to the Adventure Park. Frisco has all the usual amenities of any town and a local population base that brings familiarity to daily life.

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Estes Park

Estes Park

Things to Do in Estes Park, Colorado

The awe-inspiring natural beauty of the Estes Park Valley and the surrounding forest will lift your spirits while the cadence of the mountain environment relaxes and invigorates you. Mountain and lake activities await in nearby Rocky Mountain National Park, Roosevelt National Forest, and Lake Estes. Local shops, restaurants, and galleries line the streets. Festivals, live music, and events fill the calendar.

Hike, bike, horseback ride, camp, shop, or laze about, enjoying the fresh mountain air. Visit in the winter to snowshoe, backcountry ski, cross-country ski, or to find some much-needed solitude.

Lodging in Estes Park

Find the perfect place to stay – lodges, cabins, resorts, hotels, and campsites with varying amenities are plentiful.

This area offers endless opportunities for outdoor adventurers, sightseeing, and nature appreciators.

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Lake Estes Park

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Fort Collins

Fort Collins, a great place to live and visit.

Welcome to Fort Collins

Welcome to Fort Collins, “one of the best places to live, work and play in America.” For years we have been known as the ‘Choice City’ and for visitors, this means many choices on how to spend your leisure activities. it’s the city of choice for 143,000 residents who are proud to call Fort Collins home. We’re students, families, professionals, retirees and everyone in between, sharing a love for our hometown and a friendly,
casual attitude.

Fort Collins

Arts and Culture

Catch a first-class performance in one of our many theatres, explore history in our remarkable Old Town, tour a local brewery, ride a restored trolley car, discover science at the museum, attend one of our many festivals and celebrations. 

Sports & Recreation

Play a round of golf year round, raft whitewater, hike a canyon, ride a bike or a horse along miles of trails through city and state parks, soar in a hot air balloon, cheer on the CSU teams. 

Dining & Entertainment

When it comes to dining and entertainment, the choices go on. Cuisine from traditional to novel, fast-food to fine dining, symphony concerts to ballroom dancing, opera to salsa, and local bands you may soon see on national tour.


Explore many unique shops in Fort Collins while you’re here too! From our major shopping center in the south part of town, Front Range Village, all the way to Downtown, you’ll discover friendly, fun local shopping choices throughout the community.

Visit Fort Collins, Colorado

There’s always something interesting going on in Fort Collins. Tour the craft breweries, bike the 280+ miles of bike lanes and trails, watch a live theatre production, listen to a symphony orchestra, wander through the many galleries and museums, and enjoy the rich history of the Old Town district.

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Things to Do in Durango, Colorado

Located in Southwest Colorado at the foot of the San Juan Mountains, Durango is an escape from the ordinary. This mountain town has many claims to fame, including mountain bike mecca, the best water town, the best scenic train ride, top family ski resort, and even the dog-friendliest destination. Discover for yourself what makes this area a unique and memorable place for people of all types to visit and enjoy.

All Seasons in Durango

Durango’s southwest location and proximity to the mountains ensure the seasonal experience. Even better, during seasonal transitions, you can participate in winter and snow sports at higher elevations or take a short drive further southwest and jump into summer fun. Locals appreciate this feature, and Durango does a great job of promoting seasonal events. You will surely find something going on at any time of year in Durango.

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Durango Scenic Train

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Things to Do in Silverthorne, Colorado

Nestled along the Blue River in a lush valley with amazing views and access to the Gore Range Mountains, Silverthorne offers the perfect balance of nature and nurture. With gold medal fly fishing on the famed Blue River, hundreds of brands to shop at the Outlets at Silverthorne, a full-service recreation center and performances at the Pavilion, Silverthorne has an activity for everyone. Whether you like to relax and recharge or take on a new adventure, you can always set your own pace in Silverthorne. Silverthorne’s location provides access to 25 miles of National Forest and State Trailheads and 35 acres of open space and parks. Paved riverfront trails provide an up-close and personal way to experience the Blue River. You can walk to your favorite shopping destination, or to sneak away to fish our Gold Medal waters.

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Sailing in Dillon Reservoir


Things to Do in Dillon, Colorado

The town of Dillon lies in the heart of Summit County, Colorado, with easy access from I-70 at Exit 205. The town and the surrounding communities of Silverthorne and Frisco make for an outdoor adventure mecca year-round. In the summer, the Reservoir (known by locals as Lake Dillon) is the crown jewel, beckoning with inviting watersports that are unique in this landlocked state. The alpine lake is an inviting attraction for boating, rafting, and fishing—and simply enjoying the laid-back lifestyle of a water community.


Like so much Colorado history, Dillon’s story dates back to the Gold Rush. Prospectors discovered gold near the headwaters of the Blue River in 1859, and modern-day Summit County’s population skyrocketed as hopeful miners flocked to the area to make their fortunes. The town was incorporated in the early 1880s, but the idea to dam the Blue River didn’t take shape until the early 20th century. The earth-filled dam wasn’t actually completed until 60 years later.

Lake Dillon Attractions

In the summer, Dillon becomes one of the country’s most unique lake towns. The 26 miles of shoreline along the reservoir give the destination a decidedly beach-like feel. At the Dillon Marina—the highest deep-water marina in North America—you can rent water toys galore, from personal watercraft to sailboats. Visitors can rent fishing and pontoon boats in addition to waterski-ready craft.

Themed boat tours include Women and Wine on the Water and Historic Boat Tours, which tells the fascinating story of the area’s rich history. It’s possible to book a charter cruise. The marina even has a sailing school, where you can take an introduction to sailing course or get basic keelboat instruction. A water shuttle that takes people (and their bikes) back and forth between the marinas in Dillon and Frisco. It’s a great way to spend some time on the water and enjoy a one-way bike ride back to your home base.

Sailing in Dillon Reservoir

The Lakeside Amphitheatre

Catch a free lakeside concert at the newly renovated Lakeside Amphitheatre every Friday and Saturday night from June through early September. Taking place each weekend, the concerts feature a wide variety of acts, including national headliners like George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, in addition to local favorites. You’ll find rock, jazz, folk, and orchestral offerings throughout the summer. Movies on the Water are offered on Sundays in July and August, and classic films are shown at the amphitheater weekly. Behind the amphitheater, you’ll find a sandy beach known as Dillon’s North Shore, which is a great spot for relaxing and enjoying the lake.

Farmers Markets

The Farmers Market features a wide variety of Colorado-grown produce, artisan goods, and crafts, with live music giving it a festive flair. This Market runs every Friday from June through September, making it the perfect place to grab something to go for a picnic on the reservoir. Visitors will find one of the state’s best-known farmers markets with lots of Colorado-grown produce in addition to locally produced cheeses, meats, honey, confections, and bread, just to name a few.

Local artists exhibit unique clothes and jewelry, handmade pottery and crafts, health/beauty products, and even home goods. Live music gives the market a festival-like atmosphere and a kid’s area with games, entertainment, and live performances. It’s a family-friendly way to spend the morning. You can even start the day right with Yoga in the Park, which is available just as the market opens at 9 a.m.

Dillon for Kids

Bring the kiddos to Marina Park, a great spot to play and have lunch with the family. You can also learn and observe at Dillon’s Nature Preserve or relax at the Town Park. If the Wild West has you hungry for knowledge, check out the Summit Historical Society’s Schoolhouse Museum. Don’t forget to check out the numerous tennis, basketball, and bocce ball courts. If the Wild West has you hungry for knowledge, check out the Summit Historical Society’s Schoolhouse Museum.

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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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