No matter what you’re looking for in vacation lodging—luxurious slope-side condominium, landmark inn in a historic town, riverside cabin, guest ranch, country inn, budget motel, or chock-full-of-RVs campground—southwest Colorado has it in abundance. Rates vary season to season, particularly in the resort towns. Some properties close in fall once the aspens have shed their golden leaves, open
in winter when the lifts begin running, close in spring after the snow melts, and open again in mid-June.
The top 25 places we think should be on every traveler's radar this year.More