-New athletic event in southwest Colorado town just one in a series benefiting teens-
Pagosa Springs, Colo. – The Town of Pagosa Springs and the non-profit group Give Every Child Knowledge of the Outdoors, also known as GECKO, today announced a new mountain adventure race that will be held in Pagosa on Oct. 5-6.
The EPIC Mountain Challenge is a mixed-discipline, four-stage, two-day event that combines Continue reading
- Southwest Wyoming serves up the best of Flaming Gorge with family, budget-friendly activities -
Photo courtesy of Sweetwater County Travel & Tourism
Sweetwater County, Wyo. – Sweetwater County‘s backyard spans more than 10,500 square miles of rugged landscape and breathtaking scenery that includes the U.S. National Recreation Area of Flaming Gorge. Comprised of desert, national forest, mountains and a canyon-walled reservoir, Flaming Gorge Country fosters endless recreation opportunities from mild to wild, especially in summertime. For family-friendly fun that won’t break the bank, do summer the Flaming Gorge way. Continue reading
– Red rock scenery, dramatic elevations, dinosaur digs, variety depict Colorado hiking, biking –
Grand Junction, Colo. – Outdoor enthusiasts and experts alike have described the Grand Valley as a mecca for Colorado hiking and biking. With more than 150 hiking trails and more than 500 miles of single-track and multi-use trails, the challenge becomes selection and preference around the town of Grand Junction, Colorado. Continue reading
-Family-friendly festivities offer a slice of American pie in Southwest Wyoming -
Sweetwater County, Wyo. – Sweetwater County has released its signature events lineup for 2013. These yearly summer shindigs draw visitors from across the country for a taste of authentic American culture and heritage. For a complete schedule Continue reading
-River-driven fun in downtown Pagosa includes swimming, kayaking, tubing, fishing, hot springs –
Pagosa Springs, Colo. – A river runs through it – downtown Pagosa Springs, that is. The San Juan River flows through the heart of downtown Pagosa, creating a unique Colorado experience. Amidst its winding flow, visitors can find convenient summer recreation that includes swimming, kayaking, tubing, fishing and hot springs. Continue reading
- Magnificent courses combine with comfortable amenities, soothing hot tubs to create perfect race conditions in southwest Colorado mountain town -
Ouray, Colo. — Each year Box Canyon Lodge and Hot Springs in Ouray, Colo., plays host to runners competing in the spectacular Mt. Sneffels Race Series events. This year, the lodge offers a 20% discount Continue reading
- Lodge stay and scenic drive make for an easy, affordable vacation -
Ouray, Colo. — Officials at the Box Canyon Lodge and Hot Springs in Ouray, Colo., invite visitors to be their guests and hit the road on one of America’s most scenic drives. A cozy stay at the lodge (where rates start at just $99) plus a drive on the breathtaking Million Dollar Highway combine comfort and jaw-dropping views that are perfect for motorcyclists, senior travelers and everyone in between.
Ouray is nicknamed “Switzerland of America.” The Million Dollar Highway – consistently voted one of the top ten scenic highways in the country – is tucked amid its vaults of forest and mountains. The road was originally constructed Continue reading
-Grand County, Colo., invites visitors to join the party at these summer community events-
Grand County, Colo. –The Grand County Tourism Board announce its kickoff into summer with a June events lineup. Each community in Grand County offers a different way to celebrate summer from food and entertainment to sports and competition. It’s no wonder folks flock to Grand County where there’s always something grand go-ING on. Continue reading
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–’Colorado’s favorite playground’ offers hundreds of miles for hiking, exploring –
Wild roses are just one of the many wildflowers that hikers can see in Winter Park, “Colorado’s favorite playground.”
Winter Park-Fraser Valley, Colo. – Winter Park-Fraser Chamber today released its top four fabulous hikes for wildflower viewing this summer. After the white snow melts across Colorado, verdant valleys are uncovered. To add to the stunning landscape, Mother Nature sprinkles splashes of color with columbines (the Colorado state flower), Indian paintbrushes and wild roses, among others, painting the Colorado countryside.
With hundreds of miles of trails to explore in “Colorado’s favorite playground,” it can be a challenge to pick the perfect path for the best view of the sometimes-shy wildflowers. Luckily, Winter Park-Fraser Chamber has made it simple by releasing its top four wildflower hikes (listed in no particular order). Continue reading
-New summer events offer more reasons to visit Colorado’s Wine Country-
Grand Junction, Colorado (March 27, 2013) – The Grand Junction Visitor and Convention Bureau (GJVCB) has announced new and second year events for the 2013 summer season. Named one of the eight sunniest cities in the U.S. by TourismReview.com, Grand Junction boasts ideal weather on top of a breathtaking landscape.
Red rock canyons and mesas surround hundreds of miles of world-class mountain biking trails. Grand Junction draws athletes of all kind to play in the sun Continue reading