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Denver in late September

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We've begun planning our trip to Denver Sept 23rd-27th. As of now the only must-do we have planned are a Red Sox/Rockies game (24th or 25th) and a visit with family in Greeley (about an hour from Denver from what I can tell).

We live on the Atlantic Ocean and have never been to Colorado so we're looking for must sees in Denver and the surrounding area. We live in Newport, RI and are use to driving the hour & 1/2 to get to a game in Boston so if there are other areas we should stay besides downtown Denver we're open to suggestions, we will have a car. We enjoy scenic drives and hikes that aren't too strenous.
Ideas & suggestions welcome & appreciated.

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