Aspen is among the most popular ski destinations in the entire West. Nestled high in the Elk Mountains branch of the Rockies, Aspen and its sister town of Snowmass Village service four major ski areas (Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Snowmass, and Buttermilk), the highest concentration anywhere in Colorado. No matter the level of skier or snowboarder, there is something for you on one of these four mountains. The area provides a free shuttle between areas, so you can enjoy the mountain of your choice regardless of where you stay in the valley. Each mountain has something different to offer:. . .
The 16th Street Mall is Denver's hub of shopping, dining and entertainment that stretches for 16 blocks in the heart of downtown. An environmentally friendly free shuttle service stops at every intersection to transport shoppers to more than a mile of Denver's best restaurants and shops. The 16th Street Mall recently became a wireless internet hot spot—visitors can log on for free anywhere along the Mall or Skyline Park.
The 16th Street Mall is conveniently located near many of Denver's top attractions. The Denver Performing Arts Complex and Colorado Convention Center are just two blocks fr. . .
Old Town Hot Springs, one of Colorado's premier hot springs, is a multi-use complex, open to the public. Old Town Hot Springs is located at 136 Lincoln Avenue (near the corner of 3rd and Lincoln Ave.) in downtown Steamboat Springs, Colorado. The facility is open seven days a week with eight hot spring-fed pools, two waterslides, (seasonal; winter and summer only), a fitness center, exercise classes and massage. Steamboat's Old Town Hot Springs is a must on your visit to Steamboat.
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At the Denver Art Museum, you can do much more than admire our incredible collection of art. We offer a variety of ways to enrich your experience, like games and artmaking areas.
As Denver's newest landmark, the Denver Art Museum's Hamilton Building is an architectural work of art. Designed by Daniel Libeskind, it will change the way you experience art and architecture. Explore the Museum's galleries showcasing a world-famous American Indian art collection, as well as art from around the world. Family programs, traveling special exhibitions, Museum Shop, on-site restaurants and spectacular . . .
Come watch a game at the most exciting and beautiful park in baseball history!
In 1999, Coors Field firmly founded itself as the most prolific offensive ballpark ever created. The Rockies and their opponents combined for 303 home runs, the most ever in a season at one venue, with one or more tenants. The average 1999 score was 8-7. And, like the park's previous seasons, no lead was safe. The Rockies on one occasion lost after relinquishing an eight-run lead. Two days later, they entered the bottom of the ninth down 12-5, but rallied for five runs and stranded the tying run on second.
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The Golden operation, founded by Adolph Coors in 1873, is today the largest single-site brewery in the world. The Golden facility can brew up to 22 million barrels and package up to 16 million barrels annually. The company also owns and is a partner in operating the nation's largest aluminum can manufacturing plant in Golden and a glass bottle manufacturing plant in Wheat Ridge, Colorado.
Visitors can tour the brewery to see the brewhouse, malthouse and packaging complex to view firsthand how more than 100 work teams reward lovers of great beer through their labors. The free tours start at. . .
Explore Colorado Springs' paradise in one magical stop. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark. Imagine dramatic views, 300' towering sandstone rock formations against a backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies. This world class Visitor Center is the most visited attraction in the region with a NEW, exciting, 14 minute, HD show: "How Did Those Red Rocks Get There?”. Delight in one of Colorado's most photographed views while eating in our glassed in cafe or from our terrace overlooking Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. Where else can you eat inside. . .
Estes Park, Colorado is home to the majestic scenery of Rocky Mountain National Park. Estes Park is a vacation destination that transforms trips to the Colorado Rockies into dream vacations in paradise. Come for a day, a week, or more to visit this eastern gateway community to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Come and learn more about our world class hiking and climbing, fishing, golfing, sightseeing, wildlife watching, galleries, unique shopping, dining choices, lodging and events. We're known as an exceptional site for romantic getaways, weddings, elopements and family reunions. With Rocky . . .
Come experience a trip back into time and witness a special Native American interpretation of the culturally diverse homelands of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe. Spend time in our incomparable Ute Mountain Tribal Park with one of our knowledgeable Native American Ute tour guides. Guides interpret Ute* Indian History, Ute pictographs, geological land formations, and Ancestral Pueblo* petro glyphs, artifacts and dwellings.
The half-day tours will visit Ancestral Pueblo petro glyphs, scenic lands, Ute pictographs panels, geological land formations and surface sites. All sites on the half-day to. . .
Ride in the world's highest cog railroad to the 14110 foot summit of America's Mountain, Pikes Peak, Colorado.
The track of the Pikes Peak Cog Railway is 8.9 miles long. The round trip lasts 3 hours and 10 minutes. (See Rates/Reservations for departure dates and times). The first third of our trip is along Ruxton Creek in Englemann Canyon. Here the steep track follows a cascading stream through dense stands of Englemann spruce, Colorado blue spruce as well as Ponderosa pine trees. The track is built next to the stream and there are boulder fields on both sides of the train. Conductors like . . .
Nestled between towering rock formations and beautiful, lush mountain ranges, Grand Junction truly is an oasis in the desert. The incredibly unique landscape and moderate four seasons climate in the Grand Valley provide a variety of outdoor recreational activities in a landscape unlike any in the world. The Grand Mesa, Bookcliffs and the Colorado National Monument surround Grand Junction with unlimited possibilities. Only 45 minutes in any direction brings you the solitude of the outdoors. Vacation in your own backyard!. . .
The green jewel in many of Bookcliff member's eyes is the golf course. At just over 6,600 yards, this course provides a challenge that belies its length. Lush fairways offer very little roll and a testing design. Heavy bluegrass rough and water combine to "build a little character" in the best of players. The course is in excellent condition and the greens are the best you'll ever play.
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Mira Vista is not just about playing golf, it's about falling in love with the game. Originally designed by two of the great architects in golf history, Robert Hunter with William (Willie) K. Watson, the Mira Vista course offers an uncrowded, rewarding experience. Our course will sometimes thrill you, sometimes bewilder you, and always challenge you. Whether you're a competitive golfer or a recreational player, the course will keep you captivated – and leave you with an itch for more.
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Tiara Rado was established in 1971, "The Rock" plays along the base of the Colorado National Monument's red cliffs. Lush from tee to green, the quality architechture of this course will make you use every club in your bag. Between shots enjoy the gorgeous Western Colorado scenery and wildlife. A member of the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary program, Tiara Rado is home to quail, pheasants, owls, herons, deer, rabbits, foxes and all three species of bluebirds found in the United States.
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Nestled in the center of our community, this public, 9-hole Executive course will prove to challenge even the best senior golfer. Its traditional design is enhanced by lush fairways, elevated greens and well-positioned bunkers. Our 2,461 yard, par 32 course will provide a tough yet fair test of golf for all skill levels.. . .
Enjoy this superbly maintained and well designed golf complex, complete with a stately clubhouse, well-groomed driving range, wide open pitching area, twin tennis courts and 18 holes of magnificent golf.
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Centre Hills Country Club is the premier private country club in Centre County. Situated on a gently sloping hilltop, our clubhouse overlooks natural vistas of incomparable beauty, including an exceptional view of Mount Nittany.
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