Wellness Getaway to Rest and Rejuvenate at the World’s Deepest Geothermal Hot Spring at Springs Resort in Pagosa Springs
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Wellness Getaway to Rest and Rejuvenate at the World’s Deepest Geothermal Hot Spring at Springs Resort in Pagosa Springs

The deepest geothermal hot spring in the world is at the Springs Resort in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. This small town in the southwest corner of the state has three resorts with soaking pools fed from the Mother Spring. @jenniferbroometv World’s deepest #geothermal #hotspring is in #PagosaSprings #Colorado #stemtok #explorecolorado #coloradocheck #didyouknow #coolfacts #learnwithme ♬ Something … Continue reading

Fabulous Fall Colors Even in the Rain – Where to go Leaf Peeping in Steamboat Springs
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Fabulous Fall Colors Even in the Rain – Where to go Leaf Peeping in Steamboat Springs

I’ve been to Steamboat Springs many times, but this was my first time to see it covered in a palette of autumnal hues. From Rabbit Ears Pass to the Yampa River, the fall colors are spectacular in Steamboat, even if you have to dodge rain showers like I did on my leaf peeping road trip. … Continue reading

Hike to Forgotten Valley in Golden Gate Canyon State Park
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Hike to Forgotten Valley in Golden Gate Canyon State Park

This is a hike with a history lesson. It’s an ultra-family friendly hike to a historic homestead. Four generations of Swedish-Americans lived at the Tallman Ranch in Forgotten Valley in Golden Gate Canyon State Park. Take a picnic and fishing poles. There’s a pond stocked with trout. It’s a wonderful fall hike and easy to … Continue reading

Leaf Peeping in Breckenridge and on Loveland Pass
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Leaf Peeping in Breckenridge and on Loveland Pass

The aspens are starting to show off their colors from golden to tangerine to light garnet in Colorado. Based on what I saw Sunday, September 19th, they should be on their fall glory September 25-26 weekend through October 1st along I-70 and north. Early October is looking prime time for southern Colorado. I drove up … Continue reading

Four Wheeling to Animas Forks Ghost Town and Two Mountain Passes on Part of Colorado’s Alpine Loop
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Four Wheeling to Animas Forks Ghost Town and Two Mountain Passes on Part of Colorado’s Alpine Loop

If you’re looking to get off the beaten path and experience Colorado’s stunning backcountry, add Colorado’s Alpine Loop Scenic and Historic Byway. The 65-mile scenic drive is usually snow free June through September or early October. It’s filled with streams, treeless tundra, mountain passes and an incredibly preserved ghost town. You can access the loop … Continue reading