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Colorado - day trips from Breckenridge

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I'm meeting up with my 4 daughters, all in their 20's, for a week at a condo in Breckenridge. Only one has been to Colorado before, but that was in winter, So we're very much newbies in this area. We chose Breckenridge because, being in the off season, the condo was very affordable and it's of course right in the mountains. We're now at the point of planning out the details of what we'll do day to day. We'll be there the week after Memorial Day. We enjoy short hikes, rafting ( not too wild for me-I've no desire to end up outside the raft..) wildlife and casual dining-- outdoors would be good, and for me, I like quaint downtown areas.. I"m wondering if RMNP is a good idea for a long day trip. We'd like to go fishing if possible, if it's not too costly. Any advice would be appreciated.

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