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Pondering N/E/S/W around Denver in April

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We are taking a family trip to Denver March 28 and I haven’t been since I was 18, so need some guidance.

We will be there six days and would rent a car to see as much natural beauty as possible. Is it still snowy and more difficult to get around the Grand Canyon in early April? We’d like to concentrate on an area or two that’s within a 3-hour radius of Denver. Which areas are best with a six and nine year old? I like wineries, bodies of water, little-known points of interest, hiking and no camping/roughing it. I would like to include parts of the Grand Canyon on this trip. Thank you.

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