Crossland Economy Studios Denver Cherry Creek

4850 Leetsdale Dr, Glendale, Colorado, 80246, United States
Crossland Economy Studios - Denver - Cherry Creek
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Visiting Boulder from end of Sept to beginning of Oct.

by Aimdogg

Hello,

I will be visiting Boulder for nine days this Sept/Oct. It will be my first time ever to Colorado, I'm very excited!! What is not to be missed? I'm into: hiking, lakes, local live music, restaurants, bars, and whatever else you think I should check out while I'm there! Thanks in advance for any advice!

Amy

Re: Visiting Boulder from end of Sept to beginning of Oct.

by mikelisaanna

Rent a car and drive up into the mountains. Rocky Mountain National Park is beautiful and is only about 1 hour from Boulder.

Re: Visiting Boulder from end of Sept to beginning of Oct.

by kathymof

Boulder Canyon, the Flatirons (Boulder Mountain Park) and Flagstaff Mt are all wonderful.

Re: Visiting Boulder from end of Sept to beginning of Oct.

by bocmaxima

Late September may be too late for all of the outdoor stuff that goes on in Downtown Boulder in the summers. What sort of live music (genres, styles) do you want? The Fox almost always has a show, so you should check their schedule for your dates (http://www.foxtheatre.com/)
You'll be able to catch the tail end of the season in RMNP, but it will be cold up there and there is a chance that you'll see some early snow.
As for restaurants and bars, Boulder has quite a few. Many are on and around the Pearl Street Mall which runs along Pearl Street from 15th to about 11th. East of there are also quite a few restaurants and bars.
As for lakes, Boulder Reservoir is just to the north of town off 119 (Diagonal) and is open for swimming, but is likely to be too cold in late September.

Re: Visiting Boulder from end of Sept to beginning of Oct.

by powderfan

For hiking and lakes try Brainard Lake Rec/ Indian Peaks Wilderness. It's very popular close to Boulder. It will be chilly in September tho'

Re: Visiting Boulder from end of Sept to beginning of Oct.

by Bhusal

Sept/Oct you may have snow fall, as it happened last year. This period outdoor activities are very limited but you can sure enjoy the boulder and surrounding with lots of shopping and restaurants. You can visit http://www.bouldercoloradousa.com/whattodo.html and choose depending on what you want.
You can drive to denver area (~20-30 miles) to have plenty of dance/drink bar.

Good luck

Travel Tips for Denver

Split your time between the...

by AgentJX

Split your time between the city and the surrounding areas. In Denver check out Downtown (16th St. Mall to the Capital) and LoDo (Larimer Square to Coors Field). Outside of Denver Roxborough State Park sits at edge of the foothills and has interesting rock outcroppings and go anywhere in the Rocky Mountains.

The Auraria Campus - history

by OlenaKyiv

A township of Auraria was found by gold seekers on November 1, 1958 on the west bank of Cherry Creek, a favorite campground of the Arapahoe Indians. The settelement was named after town in Georgia, where the first major U.S. gold boom occured in the 1830s. The name Auraria is derived from the Latin for gold.

In 1860 the pioneer settlement merged with Denver, another mining camp on the opposite bank of the Creek. The Auraria neighborhood became West Denver, flourishing for decades as a residential area. By the early 1960s, Auraria had become primarily a commercial district, although some residences still survived.

Until Auraria was built, the city was notable for its lack of public higher education institutions. Options were practically non-existent for Denver residents who could not afford to leave home or needed a low-cost education that could be combined with work.

In the late 1960s, the area was chosen as the site for Auraria Higher Education Center.

The Auraria Campus - Tivoli

by OlenaKyiv

If you go to a ground floor of Tivoli, in one of the lounges you will see remaining beer manufacturing facilities, that were left, I assume, for design and history purposes. Funny thing is that near those old copper brewery tanks there is a high-tech flat TV screen on the wall. What a contrast of past and present!

The ground floor also has a food court with Mc'Donalds, Subway, Taco Bells, some Chinees food. Frankly speaking, I don't like this place, because I don't like how it smells. That is why I am rare visitor there. But students often use the tables for study groups.

If you enter from East side of the building, there is nice coffee shop, not a Starbucks.

Stay Active!

by tejanasueca

Denver is a very active and outdoorsy city. If you are not in to any of this: be it running, team sports, swimming, hiking, climbing, skiing, etc. You will usually be the odd one in the group. However, if you have never tried any of this before, but have always wanted to, Denver is the perfect place. Not only does it have the venues, i.e. big parks, sport complexes, and of course the Rocky Mountains, but you can be sure that you will always be inspired and motivated to do these things as you will for sure never do it alone.

So, I dare you. If you have never been an active person, and you are going to Denver, it's the perfect situation for you to start!

Watch the Rockies at Coors field

by caffeine_induced78

Coors field is home to the Major League Baseball Colorado Rockies. Being in the National League west division the most common opponents are the Dodgers, Giants, Diamondbacks, and Padres. The stadium is a brick throwback to the old style, oozing an aura that screams for a future legacy and excellent views of the Rocky Mountains at sunset. Tickets range from 3 to 40 dollars and can be purchased up to Game time at the stadium box office. Beer and other concessions on the other hand can be pretty expensive - expect to pay 5 to 6 dollars for a mass produced pint. The season runs from early April to the end of September. I always hope the Rockies extend this by going to the playoffs. Bring sunglasses at all times. You may want to bring sunscreen for those day games.

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 Crossland Economy Studios Denver Cherry Creek

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Address: 4850 Leetsdale Dr, Glendale, Colorado, 80246, United States