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Seriously FUN Things to do in Telluride in Summer

Most people know Telluride, Colorado for its world-class skiing. After all, there are 1,700 acres of powder that entice visitors every winter. That, coupled with the fact that Telluride sees the sun for 300 days, and gets 300+ inches of snow, make it a skier’s paradise. However, there are so many seriously fun things to …

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Eco-Friendly Adventures and Unplugged Escapes Throughout Colorado

What better way to celebrate Earth Day this week than to highlight eco-friendly adventures and unplugged escapes throughout Mother Nature’s playground, otherwise known as Colorado. Throughout Colorado, businesses have worked to develop programs that protect and nurture the environment, and help visitors do their part by immersing themselves in environmentally friendly accommodations, dining experiences and …

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Colorado’s Diverse Winter Accommodations

Colorado is synonymous with winter. In fact, the state is one of the top winter destinations in the world, but it’s not just a winter snow skiing and boarding destination. Across the state, hotels, lodges, ranches and even yurts have elevated their offerings to appease guests and create an unforgettable winter vacation, many of which …

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Things to do in Denver with Kids (and without): GameWorks

It’s summer and we’re back in Colorado for the next few months. As the summer temperatures continue to rise, finding activities to beat the heat is key. Yes, the pool, white water rafting, paddle boarding and escaping to the high country top my list but they’re not always do-able, especially on a Thursday afternoon. Enter …

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Theatre Hikes at Chautauqua Park Boulder

This post has been updated since its original posting on August, 2014. Do you like to hike? What about see live theatre performances? Did you know you can do both at the same time? Arts in the Open, formally known as Colorado Theatre-Hikes combines the two – an outdoor hike with amazing views paired with …

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Check-In: The Grand Lodge in Crested Butte, Colorado

The Grand Lodge in Crested Butte is Value Luxury at its Finest On a trip to Crested Butte, Colorado last week my family and I spent a few nights at The Grand Lodge. Have you stayed at this hotel in Crested Butte before? What was your experience? Keep reading for our impressions — and plenty …

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Interview with a Winemaker, Jay Christianson with Canyon Wind Cellars

Sipping in Colorado Wine with Jay Christianson, Canyon Wind Cellars Earlier this summer I was invited to a small, private, wine tasting for writers here in Colorado. The gathering was specifically put together to preview wines that had won the Governor’s Cup Wine Competition, an annual competition recognizing the top wines in Colorado. This year, …

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Snowmobiling Along the Spine of the Continental Divide

Thirty-five miles an hour never felt faster…or colder. Racing up hill on the back of the snowmobile to catch-up with the group brought tears to my eyes. Not because I was scared or sad we were behind, but the mountain wind was slapping my face with its massive force. I held on and leaned right, …

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Travel Trivia: 15 Fun Facts About Breckenridge

It’s that time of year again here in Colorado – ski season! The champagne powder has begun doing its magic in the high-country and the locals her in Colorado are gearing up for an epic season – including me! To get things started – and to celebrate Breckenridge opening for the season – I felt …

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11 Things to do in Steamboat Springs…Besides Skiing

There’s more to Steamboat Springs than being a winter destination for skiing, although that is a top activity on my list… But activities thrive year round and you only need to take stock in order to see all the things there are to experience in Steamboat Springs. Following is a list of the top things …

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