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Where to Find Hidden Hot Spring Treasures in Colorado

Temperatures are heating up in the high country of Colorado which means melting snow and hiking trails that we can finally enjoy after the long winter.  Hidden among the Colorado pine trees and wildflowers lie natural hot springs bursting with refreshing, revitalizing minerals.  Take some notes, bring along your swim trunks and pack, and bask … Read More >>

Five Unique Adventures Around Colorado

Get the insider scoop for the real adventure and fun to be had in Colorado.  From flying into the air in a hot air balloon with a toast of champagne to having wolves lick your teeth as a sign of acceptance, we don’t think you’ll be bored this summer. Hot Air Balloon Ride – Enjoy … Read More >>

Best Rafting for First Timers

Spring has sprung and the ski resorts up in the mountains are beginning to close and outdoor activities are starting to lean toward a summer schedule. Once the snow has melted and the ground dries up hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing take over the Rocky Mountains. Although the big three activities are available almost … Read More >>

Memorial Day in Breckenridge

Here comes the sun, are you ready? You’ve packed up your skis or board, you’ve packed up that jacket, and finally you’re wearing shorts!! So, it’s time to get going with some fun in the sun as you spend time around Summit County and the surrounding areas. Put those shades on and clear out the … Read More >>

Why Colorado Summers are Actually Better than Winters

A Colorado summer is a celebration of the great outdoors. Whether you are looking for a physically challenging activity like hiking, whitewater rafting, or a more laid back activity like horseback riding, soaking in a hot springs, or riding a historic railroad, we have an activity for you. The options are endless. Don’t get me … Read More >>

Why You Should Stay in Breckenridge This Summer

Summertime in Breckenridge is a beautiful sight; wildflowers blooming, cool sunny days, bikers and fishers galore.  People from far and wide travel to the mountains for activities such as hiking, mountain biking, and to escape hot, humid days at lower elevations.  As the summer sun beams down along the Rockies, from Steamboat to Salida to Denver, … Read More >>