Top Reasons to Go
Downhill skiing and snowboarding in Telluride: There’s never much of a wait to take a lift up to the sweeping, groomed trails and challenging tree and mogul runs at this world-famous ski area, tucked among the highest concentration of 14,000-foot peaks in North America.
Driving the Million Dollar Highway: The scenery is unparalleled on this narrow, hairpin-turning road that winds over Red Mountain Pass between Ouray and Silverton.
Exploring Mesa Verde: Discover what life was like for ancient peoples in this region as you climb ladders to access the incredible cliff dwellings of Mesa Verde National Park.
Hiking the Colorado Trail: Bike, hike, or photograph along the nearly 500 miles of volunteer-maintained trails traversing eight major mountain ranges, seven national forests, and six wilderness areas from Durango to Denver.
Mountain biking in Crested Butte: The town is one of the birthplaces of fat-tire biking, and it’s completely surrounded by up-close mountain scenery.
Riding the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad: This six-hour round-trip journey along the Animas River will take you back in time in trains mostly powered by coal-fired locomotives. The views include dramatic canyons and the sweeping panoramas of the San Juan National Forest.
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