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Welcome to Colorado Resort Areas

Three hundred days a year of blue sky and sunshine. Mountains towering to 14,000 feet, capped in snow even in the warmth of summertime. Plenty of adventure summer or winter to have you reeling at the end of the day as you soak in Rocky Mountain natural mineral and hot springs. Truly, there is no place on earth like this. Everything from world-class whitewater rafting to breathtaking 14,000 foot mountain climbing, from millions of acres of wilderness to ski resorts that will re-define what snow really is, awaits you in Central Colorado.

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Welcome to Aspen.   Named for its trees, world-famous Aspen on Colorado's Western Slope began as a silver mining camp. It was incorporated in 1881, two years after its founding. During the ...  Details


Welcome to Avon. Nestled in Vail Valley along the I-70 corridor, Avon is conveniently located in this recreational mecca. The town received its name purportedly from the Nottingham family, early E...  Details

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Beaver Creek

Welcome to Beaver Creek.   Founded in 1970 by Vail’s creator, Beaver Creek originally became an offshoot of Vail’s skiing success. Slated to be home to the 1976 Olympics before Colo...  Details

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Black Hawk

Welcome to Black Hawk.   Twinned with sister city Central City, and so close it’s hard to tell where one begins and the other ends, the city of Black Hawk is pulling on its history as a g...  Details


Welcome to Breckenridge.   Drive into the downtown strip of Breckenridge, and you’ll feel as if you’ve stepped into an Alpine villa across oceans of time. Having preserved much of i...  Details

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Central City

Welcome to Central City.   Twinned with Black Hawk in the Clear Creek Canyon 40 miles west of Denver, Central City is famous State-wide primarily for one thing. Gambling. Legal gambling. If you...  Details

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Copper Mountain

Welcome to Copper Mountain.   I-70 has been stretching beneath your car for you don’t even know how long anymore. You’re tired, it’s starting to snow and the passengers in you...  Details

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Welcome to Dillon.   Founded in 1883 and moved no less than 3 times, Dillon Colorado now sits at the edge of Dillon Reservoir tucked away in the Rocky Mountains. An attraction for how close it ...  Details


Welcome to Eagle.   The little town of Eagle, Colorado lays just west of Vail and offers a respite from the touristy feel of most of the valley. Historically a ranching and farming communi...  Details


Welcome to Edwards.   The little town of Edwards, Colorado lays just west of Vail and close to Beaver Creek, Avon and Eagle. Once a stop on I-70 for weary travelers on their way to larger ...  Details

Estes Park

Welcome to Estes Park.   A short drive from Denver, Estes Park has been a stopping point for people for over 3000 years. It's pristine beauty, incredible location and friendly people h...  Details


Welcome to Frisco.   Located in Summit County, Frisco is a historic little center of it all in ski country. A short drive to 7 major ski resorts, this scenic town offers a great hub from which ...  Details

Glenwood Springs

Welcome to Glenwood Springs.   Home to the largest hot springs pool in the world, some of the mildest weather in the Rockies and some of the most down to earth residents. Come ski Sunlight Moun...  Details

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Welcome to Golden. Where the West Lives," is the proud motto of Golden. Dining, museums, celebrations and town events, free brewery tours, farmer's markets—you can find it all in th...  Details

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Idaho Springs

Welcome to Idaho Springs.   Just 30 minutes west of Denver, Idaho Springs offers everything the outdoor enthusiast could want. Rafting and kayaking on Clear Creek, hiking 14,000 foot mountains ...  Details

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Welcome to Keystone.   Tucked away from the bustle of I-70 in the folds of the Rocky Mountains, Keystone remains a seasonal favorite for locals featuring the only resort in Colorado to offer ni...  Details


Welcome to Kremmling.     The town of Kremmling is located in north central Colorado about an hours drive from Steamboat and from Breckenridge. It is close proximity to Routt, Arapaho...  Details

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Welcome to Powderhorn.   Powderhorn sits on the edge of the Grand Mesa at an altitude of about 8,000 feet, surrounded by 360,000 acres of Grand Mesa National Forest and as such, boasts phenomen...  Details

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Welcome to Silverthorne.   When driving along I-70 and coming up on Silverthorne, you may hear choirs of shopping angels singing as one. Famed for its Outlet Malls, Silverthorne is so much more...  Details

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Welcome to Snowmass.   Aspen and Snowmass are so often clumped together in sentences and titles, few outside Colorado realize Snowmass Village is a separate entity altogether. Originally part o...  Details

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Steamboat Springs

Welcome to Steamboat Springs.   Steamboat Springs, tucked in the mountains, is a gem worthy of its own gold rush. There is nothing you can't find in this beautiful town, no indulgence you w...  Details

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Welcome to Telluride   Nestled in a box canyon. Three ways in, two ways out, one safe route. No wonder legend has the name coming from the phrase “to-hell-you-ride.” Today Telluride...  Details


Welcome to Vail.   Step into the Vail Valley, and you’re in another world altogether. This world doesn’t operate on schedules or deadlines, it doesn’t revolve around the botto...  Details

Winter Park

Welcome to Winter Park.   Winter Park is much more than just a ski resort - it's a town just waiting for you arrive and enjoy the peace and quiet of an out-of-the-way mountain resort getawa...  Details

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