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Denver Mountain Parks with Optional Denver City Tour
"After morning pickup from your Denver hotel or Cherry Creek Shopping Center in central Denver head west through the Rocky Mountain foothills in your comfortable air-conditioned coach. Learn from your guide about the history and geology of Denver's mountain parks a system of more than 14000 acres (5665 hectares) of recreational land just outside the city. Visit Red Rocks Park and walk around admiring the towering sandstone rock formations formed nearly 300 million years ago. The park's dramatic natural amphitheater is a popular venue for con passing idyllic mountain towns and keeping your camera ready for possible deer
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Private Tour: Denver Foothills Explorer
"As you rise out of the Great Plains valley and climb toward the mountains the area provides fantastic viewpoints over the city. This visit to Red Rocks Amphitheatre will astonish and amaze as it is “the only naturally-occurring acoustically perfect amphitheater in the world”*. It has been a centerpiece of cultural and concert events since 1941. After your visit including a walk through the visitor center which documents many of the concerts over the years you may be inspired to attend one of the many events that take place throughout the summer.You then climb to Lookout Mountain. Colorado is full of western stories and lore including that of the infamous Buffalo Bill Cody. His grave and a museum dedicated to his legacy
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Denver Mountain Parks with Optional Denver City Tour
"After morning pickup from your Denver hotel or Cherry Creek Shopping Center in central Denver head west through the Rocky Mountain foothills in your comfortable air-conditioned coach. Learn from your guide about the history and geology of Denver's mountain parks a system of more than 14000 acres (5665 hectares) of recreational land just outside the city. Visit Red Rocks Park and walk around admiring the towering sandstone rock formations formed nearly 300 million years ago. The park's dramatic natural amphitheater is a popular venue for con passing idyllic mountain towns and keeping your camera ready for possible deer
From $55.00

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Oldest Episcopal Church in Colorado.

Opposite of the armory on 13th and Arapahoe is the oldest Episcopal church in Colorado still in use. The congregation which formed in 1866 moved into their new Gothic Revival Church in 1867. Designed...
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Largest Cobblestone building in the US

Would you want to live in a place where people died from one of the worst epidemics in history? Now housing apartments this is the largest Cobblestone buidling in the United States, requiring 3300...
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Twelfth Street Historic District

Its a National Register of Historic Places. These homes are representative of the type of homes built by Colorado's pioneer ..Its a self- Walking tour , there are markers identify each home.Its a...
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Buffalo Bill's Gravesite

If you like the OLD WEST , like I do then there is a very interesting grave in the golden area..Colonel William Cody also known as Buffalo Bill was a scout, hunter, and rider for the Pony Express...
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Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater

If you ever in Denver during the summer, go to the RED ROCKS AMPHITHEATER for a great experience...The concerts no matter which one just feels great in the outdoors..Its a natural amphitheater...
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Coors Brewery Tours

If you like beer then head to COORS brewery which been around since 1873 in the GOLDEN area in COLORADO.... There is a tour which includes a 30 minute walk through the malting, brewing and packaging...
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heritage square

Near Golden is Heritage Square, open all year it has a huge water slide, shops and restaurants..In the picture you can see the ICE CREAM PARLOR.The original founder of this property was hoping for a...
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Grave of William F. "Buffalo Bill" Cody

less than 30 minutes from downtown Denver. Take I-70 west to exit 256 (Buffalo Bill Grave), Or take 6th Avenue West to Golden and turn left onto the Lariat Trail (19th Street). Follow the scenic...
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Golden City Brewery-'2nd...

Golden City Brewery-'2nd Largest Brewery in Golden'Golden's second largest brewery after Coors! Located in a garage behind a historic house near downtown, there is seating for 15, more in the summer...
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Hiking

Lots of trails around Golden. They're steep and rocky in places and you're often sharing the trail with mountain bikers so be careful, but the views of awesome.
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Echo Lake

One of the prettiest mountain lakes in the Golden/Denver area is Echo Lake. It's popular with campers, hikers, and nature-lovers. The nearby Echo Lake Lodge has food and lodging.
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Buffalo Bill Days

Golden pays tribute to Buffalo Bill at the annual Buffalo Bill Days, with music, vendors, and special events. This is one of Golden's biggest events. It takes place on the last weekend in July.
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Coors Brewery in Golden, CO

You cant miss it. It's huge and you can see it as you drive off the freeway. the tours are free and the beer is free and it also very interesting.
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"The old capital of the Colorado Territory ."
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