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Discover Ouray Colorado

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Ouray has been a special destination of world travelers for more than 100 years. This small intimate community is nestled in some of the most rugged and towering peaks of the Rockies. Set at the narrow head of a valley at 7,792 feet and surrounded on three sides with 13,000 foot snowcapped peaks – Ouray is home to hundreds of miles of historic Jeep roads, sulfur-free hot springs with stunning views and the world-famous Ouray Ice Park.

Remarkably, two-thirds of Ouray’s original Victorian structures, are still occupied, and have been lovingly restored in order to preserve their turn-of-the-century charm.

Durango, Colorado

Durango is a charming, historic “Old West” town located in the southwest corner of Colorado and nestled in the San Juan Mountains with the Animas River running through it. Durango is a vacation destination for all ages and all seasons. Summer brings endless hiking, backpacking, mountain biking, fly fishing, and river rafting opportunities. Music in the Mountains, Durango Independent Film Festival and countless other family festivals are always a big hit. The Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad is one of the nation’s most popular tourist attractions and it also has special themed trips throughout the year.

Denver, Colorado

The Mile High City is centrally located in Colorado between the plains and the Rocky Mountains. Denver is a highly sought out vacation destination with its thriving arts and culture scene, fine dining, upscale shopping, seven professional sports teams, two amusement parks, and diverse entertainment for all. Summer brings weekly outdoor concerts, movies, and festivals including Summer Brew Fest, Riot Fest, Taste of Colorado and the Biennial of the Americas.

Vail, Colorado

Vail is often the first town that comes to people’s mind when thinking of skiing in Colorado, although Vail was established less than 50 years ago. It is arguably one of the best alpine resorts in the world with a friendly, small-town feel. Located in the heart of the Vail Valley, in the Colorado Rockies, it’s a town created by and for skiing but has grown to a year-round destination that’s a favorite with families and lovers of the outdoors. Not only do visitors enjoy the bountiful recreational and cultural opportunities that are available, residents also take pride in a quality of life that provides alpine living at its best. From hiking in the summer to skiing in the winter, there’s always something to do in Vail. Visitors and residents alike enjoy the 1,100 acres of open space accounting for 50% of Vail’s town-owned land; 350,000 surrounding acres of national forest, crowned by 5,289 skiable acres on one of the largest and best ski mountains in the world; 17 miles of recreation paths; countless special events, the highest botanical gardens in the world and an outdoor amphitheater named for Vail’s most famous resident, President Gerald R. Ford.

Bend, Oregon

Originally settled in the early 1900s, Bend got its start as a logging town positioned along the eastern edge of the Cascade Range, a high desert sanctuary. Nestled along the Deschutes River, the city is surrounded by majestic, volcanic peaks such as Three Sisters and Mount Bachelor. With an oft-quoted 300 days of sunshine, access to the outdoors is practically year-round.

Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix is the state capital of Arizona and known to many as the Valley of the Sun—the soul of the American Southwest. The greater Phoenix area is a large, sprawling city displaying a mix of modern high-rise buildings, Indian and Spanish colonial influences and a touch of the Wild West.

Colorado Springs, Colorado

The city of Colorado Springs is nestled just south of Denver at the foot of one of America’s most famous landmarks, Pikes Peak, upon whose summit Katharine Lee Bates was inspired to write “America the Beautiful.” Visitors still converge on the peak, where they can drive, ride the Pikes Peak Cog Railway or even hike to its 14,115-foot summit. Every summer, skilled drivers gather to race from Mile 7 on the Pikes Peak Highway to the fourteener’s summit on the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.

Ouray, Colorado

Ouray has been a special destination of world travelers for more than 100 years. This small intimate community is nestled in some of the most rugged and towering peaks of the Rockies. Set at the narrow head of a valley at 7,792 feet and surrounded on three sides with 13,000 foot snowcapped peaks.

Steamboat Springs, CO

Located at 6,700’ in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Steamboat Springs is home to abundant year-around recreation, a historic downtown, a vibrant business sector, active arts and culture, unique special events, and numerous natural mineral springs. Steamboat’s unmatched beauty, desirable climate, natural mineral springs, and ample all-season adventures make it a must experience vacation destination.

Steamboat Springs is nestled along the western ridge of the Continental Divide and surrounded by national forest and wilderness areas. The Yampa River, which begins in the Flat Tops Wilderness Area, flows through the downtown corridor. Steamboat Springs boasts two ski areas, three Colorado State Parks, more than 150 natural springs, lakes, rivers, and trail systems cater to a plethora of outdoor activities.

Ridgway, Colorado

Ridgway, Colorado is a welcoming, community-minded rural town situated in a beautiful mountain valley. We support learning, creativity and culture. We share a deep connection to the outdoors. We are committed to being economically sustainable and ecologically responsible. Ridgway is nestled in the picturesque Uncompaghre Valley and surrounded by the majestic snow capped peaks of the Cimarrons and San Juans, some of the most photographed mountains in the world. The town is located at the northern entrance of the San Juan Scenic and Historic Byway, one of America’s most spectacular highways. With nearly 300 glorious days of sunshine, it is the perfect town to enjoy and explore a broad spectrum of outdoor activities and year-round cultural events.

Moab, Utah

Moab, Utah is a year-round accessible land of adventure. Surrounded by thousands of square miles of breathtaking red rock landscape, this town also boasts the wondrous Colorado River. This is the only Utah destination where visitors can explore two of The Mighty 5® National Parks, Canyonlands National Park and Arches National Park, from one location.

Santa Fe, New Mexico

Santa Fe, New Mexico is one of earth’s must-visit cities. The City Different achieved the fifth highest score in the world from Conde Nast Traveler readers last year, and this year, National Geographic awarded Santa Fe first place in the highly competitive Sense of Place category in their prestigious World Legacy Awards.

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