In early September, we're spending 3 days in Rocky Mountain NP, entering from Estes Park and exiting at Granby. We've got 2 more days in the area before heading back to the final day in Denver. Steamboat Springs seems like an interesting area, but one of my concerns is that most ski areas seem sad and often unattractive in the summer. We love hiking and the outdoors, so plan to raft in the Kremmling area. We love scenic drives and interesting smaller towns. We also like to land in a place by nightfall with decent accommodations and restaurants. We're more about experiencing the immediate than spending 4 hours to reach the next destination. Unfortunately, Aspen seems a little to far. Any thoughts on Steamboat Springs and its surroundings in early fall?
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