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Denver City Sightseeing Tour
"Begin your tour with pickup at your Denver hotel or the Cherry Creek Shopping Center in cental Denver. Travel by coach or mini-van depending on your group size through both older and newer parts of Colorado's largest city as your driver provides background on Denver's rich history and the many attractions you pass. See historic Larimer Square — Denver's oldest block — dating back to the mid-19th century including the mansion of the famous Titanic survivor nicknamed 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown.' Capture photos of major city landmarks such as the gold-domed State Capitol the United States Mint and the Denver Art Museum. Check out lovely green spaces including 330-acre (130-hectare) City Park and Civic Center Park a popular city event space. In Denver's financial center on 17th Street marvel at views of skyscrapers against the dramatic backdrop of the Rocky Mountains. Just one block away
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Denver History Tour
"This history tour of Denver will give you a great overview of it’s Wild West past and how it went from a mining camp to state capitol and now a current day growing Metropolis. Even though Denver is a relatively young city its unique history and place in the expansion of the United States contains many of stories of pioneering times in the new frontier including infamous characters and beautiful architecturally significant buildings.  It is now the fastest growing economy in the US and you can see how modern buildings are being built amongst the old as Denver is once again a pioneer in a new age. you will go on top of the Dome where you get a 360-degree view of Denver (only weekdays).  Ride along the 16th Street Mall shuttle to the lower downtown historic downtown (LODO) Denver’s birthplace where you will learn about Denver’s Wild West past. You will continue your journey through LoDo with several stops and as you walk toward our final destination Denver’s Union Station you will get a chance to see the new evolution - where the old meets the new.The history tour guides are fun and entertaining and are either historians or professors with an in depth knowledge of Denver’s history."
From $59.00
 
Denver Scavenger Hunt Adventure
"The adventure begins at the state capitol and takes you on a well-designed course through some of Denver’s art and culture among shops along the 16th Street Mall and through courtyards and buildings steeped in rich Denver history. The tour requires approximately 2 miles of walking and uses the free 16th street mall transportation at one point in the game. The game software t leaving time to stop for a bite to eat or simply to enjoy the best sights of the city. Great for families friends and those ready to have fun on a scavenger hunt adventure! Please note that pricing is per individual but your team must book together. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people.""""Turn Denver into a giant game board with this fun scavenger hunt adventure! This challenge combines the excitement of the Amazing Race with a 3-hour city walking tour. Guided from any smart phone teams make their way among well known and overlooked gems of the city
From $15.00

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North Fork Trail

Sitting at the base of Independence Pass the North Fork trail is a great hike up mount massive along the north fork creek. there are a couple of waterfalls along the way but the trail can be flooded...
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Mineral Belt Trail

The Mineral Belt trail is an 11 mile bike trail that winds around the outskirts of Leadville going by many of the historic mining sites of the city. The trail has about 2,000 feet of elevation change...
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Dillon Reservoir

Dillon Reservoir is a mountain reservoir in the Frisco /Silverthorne ski resort area in the Central mountains. Kayaks can be rented from the Frisco Marina where you can paddle out to a series of...
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Coors Field

Home of Major League Baseball's Colorado Rockies, Coors Field opened in 1995 after Denver was awarded an expansion team. It was the National League's first new ballpark built exclusively for baseball...
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Sports Authority Field at Mile High

Home of the National Football League's Denver Broncos and Major League Lacrosse's Denver Outlaws, Sports Authority Field at Mile High opened in 2001 as INVESCO Field at Mile High, replacing the...
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Hiking at Longs Peak

We attempted to climb the over 14000 foot Longs Peak in the Rocky Mountain National Park, but could not quite reach the top because we did not have the technical equipment to hike/climb in snow....
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Climbing (Golden Cliffs)

Short sports climbs with both pros and cons:Pros: Very close to Denver. Faces south so you can climb it in the winter.Cons: The approach. The constant noice from the Coors Beer Factory right below....
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Climbing (Castlewood Canyon)

This place has nice and short sport climbs. It is a good place to go during the winter, if you head up there in the morning, the sun will be on the rock and keep it warm. Try not to be bothered by the...
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Climbing (South Platte)

Long and short climbs for all levels. This area is huge and the possibilities are endless. There is lots of private land in the area, so know where you are going. In addition, as some places there is...
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Climbing (Boulder Canyon)

This place is just awesom. It is not very far from Boulder and it is a great escape from city life. While this place might be somewhat croweded during the weekend, there are so many climbs that there...
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The 3rd Flatiron in Boulder

A frequently climbed 8 pitch climb. It's a fairly easy climb that a beginner can do, however, be aware of that if you go to the very top, the last part might be somewhat intimidating for a first time...
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Para-Gliding at the Top of the World

This is tandum para-gliding at its tops! The instructor seemed to enjoy flying better than making money!Kris, as well as the other pilots, is a USHGA certified instructor. Contact him at 970 479-4330,...
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Coors Field - Home of the Rockies

In my continued reviews of all the MLB stadiums, I will now discuss Coors Field, which I visited in May 1999.The Rockies are one of the "expansion teams" that surfaced in the early 1990s and came very...
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The Patty Jewett Golf Course

The Patty Jewett Golf Course in Colorado Springs is the third oldest public golf course west of the Mississippi River. Patty Jewett has been a public owned golf course since 1919. It was designed by...
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Top Things to Do in Colorado

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Pike's Peak

One of the few 14,000 foot mountains you can drive up. The weather at the summit is markedly cooler so bring a jacket even on a warm summer day and also take it easy as the lack of oxygen can make...
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Denver Zoo

The Denver Zoo was one of the first zoos in America to use hidden obstacles and trenches to create the impression of fence-free animal enclosures for the visitors. It is a modern zoo, with the sole...
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Trail Ridge Road

Trail Ridge Road is part of U.S. Highway 34 that crosses Rocky Mountain National Park from Estes Park, Colorado in the east to Grand Lake, Colorado in the west. It is not accessible in winter, to...
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Maroon Bells

Any visit to the Aspen area must include a visit to the Maroon Bells. We snow mobiled in years ago in the Winter which was awesome. This summer we returned and it was so simple. Just take the bus from...
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Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad

Durango's most celebrated attraction, and a boon to the local economy, is the railroad to nearby Silverton. Using old-fashioned steam locomotives, this train offers a variety of different cars for the...
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Glenwood Hot Springs

Many virtualtourists have recommended the hot springs in the Glenwood Springs attractions area. Here are some good inside tips: 1) Go after 9:00 PM and get a discounted rate for the last hour they...
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"A Gallop Through Colorado"
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"The highest state in the nation"
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