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Planning a four day Colorado Road Trip

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I can't decide on what itinerary is better. Please leave suggestions and tips for me.

I only have 4 days so I am going to try and see and do as much as possible but I also don't want to over extend myself.

Itinerary #1 -

Head west out of Denver stop at Red Rocks then out to Winter Park and up to Lake Granby. I then would continue on that route up to Trail Ridge Road too Estes Park. After that I would want to head south to Boulder.

Itinerary #2 -

Would be to head north and do Boulder and into Estes Park. I still want to do Traild Ridge Road and then back track south to Denver and cruise into Colorado Springs.

This trip is obviously longer. I have no problem driving I just don't want to waste valuable time.

Any advice will help me out!

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