About an hour’s drive from Aspen, Redstone is ringed by the impressive sandstone cliffs from which the town draws its name. The entire town, now a National Historic District, was developed in 1902 for coal miners and their families; since the 1930s, it's been known as an artists' colony. Summer brings streams of visitors strolling the main drag, Redstone Boulevard, lined with shops and galleries. In winter, horse-drawn carriages or sleighs carry people along the snow-covered road.
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