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Eagle Valley Trail

Have you heard of the Eagle Valley Trail? It is a scenic Colorado bike trail many years and many dollars in the making. With only 12 more miles to go for the current segment of the trail, bikers are getting ready to see what all the hype is about. This current stretch of pavement connectsContinue reading “Eagle Valley Trail”

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Popular Jet Skiing Spots

Denver has a dryer climate than other cities, but that doesn’t mean that there are no waterways. The city actually has local lakes and there are alpine spots a couple of hours drive from the metro area. This means that here are plenty of terrific places to jet ski relatively close to Denver. With autumnContinue reading “Popular Jet Skiing Spots”

Popular Swimming Spots in Colorado

It is summer in Colorado, so it is time to get outside and spend some of your free time in the water! Colorado gets a bad wrap for having a dry climate, but there are many wonderful places to go swimming. In fact, we’ve gotten more rain this summer than usual and several popular swimmingContinue reading “Popular Swimming Spots in Colorado”

Roadside Attractions in Colorado

Colorado is over 104 thousand square miles of sight-seeing opportunities, just waiting for you and your camera to visit. We have a whopping 42 state parks and countless other attractions that are great for an old-fashioned road trip. Some of these attractions are even next to the road, so that you can easily access themContinue reading “Roadside Attractions in Colorado”

Top Colorado Donut Shops

Colorado is the home of many great donuts shops. Whether you’re in the mood for a savory treat or you’re looking to delve into some sweet and decadent goodness, you can find it here! As a matter of fact, some of our donut shops just made it on a very prestigious list. Continue reading toContinue reading “Top Colorado Donut Shops”

Exploring Colorado Mines

The early days of Colorado and much of the west began to grow due to the mining industry. For example, gold discoveries in Colorado began near present day Denver in the 1800s. Prospectors traced placer gold to its source in the mountains west of Denver, then followed the Colorado Mineral Belt in a southwest directionContinue reading “Exploring Colorado Mines”

It Pays to Ride a Bike

Did you know that Denver residents can get an instant rebate when purchasing an e-bike? It’s true and in fact it started last month on April 22nd. All local Denver residents may be eligible for a $400 instant rebate. E-cargo bike purchases can qualify for an additional $500 instant rebate. Also, Income-qualified residents may beContinue reading “It Pays to Ride a Bike”

Dog-Friendly Hotels in Colorado

Have you missed out on spending time in Colorado’s capital because of your pets? Well, you actually don’t have to leave them behind anymore! The city offers dozens of options for parks and nearby hiking trails, pet-friendly restaurants and breweries, and even some boutiques and spas. Spend a few nights in the city at someContinue reading “Dog-Friendly Hotels in Colorado”

Historic Gravesites in Colorado

Did you know that Colorado is the final resting place for many famous figures. John Henry ‘Doc’ Holiday was a famous gunfighter and professional gambler, most well-known for his part in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona. Holiday died from tuberculosis in Glenwood Springs and his grave is located there at theContinue reading “Historic Gravesites in Colorado”

The Oldest Restaurant in Denver

Looking for a new and exciting dinning experience in Colorado? Denver is a powerhouse of dinning options. Denver’s hidden gem is The Buckhorn Exchange, recorded as the oldest restaurant in Denver. Just think about the years of history this place as seen! Continue reading for more information on this unique restaurant in the city. Also,Continue reading “The Oldest Restaurant in Denver”