Four Free Fun Things to Do in Breckenridge, Colorado
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Four Free Fun Things to Do in Breckenridge, Colorado

With new snow this week and more coming next week, spring skiing is fantastic at Breckenridge Ski Resort.  The resort is open for daily skiing and riding through Memorial Weekend.  If you hit the slopes in the morning that gives you plenty of time in the afternoon for off slopes fun.  Here are four free … Continue reading

Vail Valley’s Best Kept Secret: Why You Should Stay at the Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa
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Vail Valley’s Best Kept Secret: Why You Should Stay at the Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa

Needing a change of scenery for creative inspiration, some decompression time and wanting to get in a few ski turns, I took a mini-vacation to the Vail Valley.  I was excited to stay for the first time at the Westin Riverfront Resort and Spa at the base of Beaver Creek Mountain in Avon, Colorado.  It’s … Continue reading

How to Spend a Winter Day in Pagosa Springs, Colorado
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How to Spend a Winter Day in Pagosa Springs, Colorado

Pagosa Springs in Southwest Colorado has something you can’t find anywhere else on earth.  It has the deepest geothermal hot spring aquifer in the world.  At over 1002 feet deep, the Mother Spring aquifer has been certified as “The World’s Deepest” by Guinness World Records.  The geothermal aquifer under the town fills the pools at … Continue reading

Four Nights in Durango, Colorado: Ancient Adventures, Food Finds and Chasing Waterfalls and Sunsets
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Four Nights in Durango, Colorado: Ancient Adventures, Food Finds and Chasing Waterfalls and Sunsets

I love exploring in and around Durango in Southwest Colorado, partly because of its unique topography.  You can explore desert and high alpine landscapes in the same day.  It’s a gateway to the Four Corners region and the sits at the base of the San Juan Mountains.  Durango is an authentic western town filled with … Continue reading

Kayaking, Hiking, and Wildlife in Grand Lake, Colorado, the “Western Gateway” to Rocky Mountain National Park
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Kayaking, Hiking, and Wildlife in Grand Lake, Colorado, the “Western Gateway” to Rocky Mountain National Park

Grand Lake is the “western gateway” to Rocky Mountain National Park.  Surrounded by mountains and sitting at 8,369 feet, the lakeside scenery is stunning. There are quaint cabins and sprawling homes dotting the shoreline.  It is home to Colorado’s largest natural lake and one of the oldest yacht clubs in the west.  I had visited … Continue reading