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Submitted by alison on Sun, 10/26/2014 - 11:08amMost people tend to associate wildlife viewing with the summer, when it’s easier to get out into nature by hiking, biking, ATV’ing or camping. But in Colorado, you’ll find plenty of opportunity for seeing animals throughout the year even if you choose to stay closer to civilization. From larger mammals like moose and bighorn sheep to a variety of bird life and even foxes and coyotes, the local fauna can vary widely.
Submitted by alison on Sat, 10/18/2014 - 4:56pmColorado is well known to have an unrivaled microbrew beer scene, and many Colorado visitors make a point to try locally brewed beer either at one of the restaurants and bars that serve Colorado craft brews or by visiting a nearby brewery. Even if you are able to purchase Colorado beer in your home town, it’s worth taking the time to try something new on your Colorado vacation.
Submitted by alison on Sun, 10/05/2014 - 1:18pmPlanning a ski trip isn’t just about picking a destination and looking for the best deals in town. With so many Colorado ski resorts in locations throughout the state, you’ll find a lot of different options. And depending on where you end up, you’ll discover that the town, the mountain, and the lodging that you choose can have a wide range of strengths and weaknesses.
Submitted by alison on Sun, 09/28/2014 - 3:28pmWhen planning your vacation in Colorado, it can be hard to fit everything that you want to do into your itinerary. Colorado is a huge state with wildly varying adventures and activities, so how you do see everything you want to see? When you’re feeling spread thin, consider planning individual day trips to the destinations that interest you most.
Submitted by kristina on Sat, 09/20/2014 - 4:27pmColorado has a reputation as being one of the most active states in the US. So, what better way to discover this amazing state while being active and having a blast than on a bike! Even if you haven’t spent time on a bicycle since you were a kid, you’ll find it’s easy to get back in the saddle, and you’ll quickly find yourself exploring every corner of the state by bike. Worried about the weather? Even though summer's officially over as of Monday, you'll still find plenty of warm, sunny days to make biking the most enjoyable way to get around.