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7 of The Top Restaurants in Colorado

One of the best ways to get to know a place is through the local food. Whether you’re planning a vacation or you’re a Colorado native looking to branch out, check out some of these top restaurants in Colorado—and when you go out, be sure to sport your best with our Colorado apparel. Ajax Tavern - Aspen Located at the base of Aspen Mountain, Ajax Tavern’s popularity comes from its views as well as its food. Whether you’re out on the massive patio or dining in the cozy dining room, Ajax is a great place to enjoy breathtaking views over lunch or dinner. Barbed Wire Reef – NW Denver This Denver food truck and restaurant is famous for its exotic menu....

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How to Plan a Colorado Ski Trip

While skiing can feel like a talent reserved only for Olympic athletes and extreme sports fans, the sport is far more accessible than you may believe. Nearly every resort has slopes for all experience levels, and you can easily find lessons for beginners. Ski resorts are the perfect vacation destination for anyone who wants to experience breathtaking views, charming mountain locations, and the chance to cross something off their bucket list. If you want to know how to plan a Colorado ski trip, check out these tips below. Make a Budget Before you begin to plan, one thing you need to keep in mind is your budget. Take some time to figure out your plan for every step of the journey,...

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5 of the Most Exciting Peaks to Climb in Colorado

It’s not every day you get to stand at the summit of a mountain, looking out across the miles stretching far beneath you. As such, if you decide to spend the day tackling a peak, you want to ensure you’re making the most of it. Which one has the prettiest trails, the most breathtaking views, or the most exhilarating climb? We list some of the most exciting peaks to climb in Colorado. Mount Elbert There are few things better than being at the top of Mount Elbert—experience the extreme feeling of climbing to the summit of Colorado’s tallest mountain. Standing at 14,440 feet, this mountain isn’t the most difficult climb, but the thrill of getting to the top and overlooking the...

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4 of Colorado's Most Difficult Hikes

Colorado is known for its mountains and the trails winding around them. While the views never get old, frequent hikers might find themselves itching for something more exciting than the average afternoon trip. For the experienced and daring trekkers, here are four of Colorado’s most difficult hikes. Devil’s Playground If you want a fresh look at America’s Mountain, check out this route that spurs off Crags Trail in a nearly 3,000-foot climb to Devil’s Playground. Sitting along the Pikes Peak Highway, Devil’s Playground gets its name from the way lightning jumps between rock formations during a thunderstorm. It’s roughly nine miles there and back, and you can always add an extra challenge by continuing across the highway and up to Pikes...

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The Best Spots in Colorado to See Fall Leaves Change Color

Wherever you are in Colorado, there’s an inspiring vista to chase. From these spots, you can see the gorgeous shift in fall foliage that Colorado is known for. Verdant greens, fiery reds, mellow golds and bright oranges — these are the hues that characterize the change in seasons, and they’re part of what makes Colorado such a special place. Taking in the brilliant landscape firsthand beats scrolling through your friends’ vacation photos any day. So, in the spirit of getting out into the wild to see autumn up close, we’ve compiled this list of the best places in Colorado to check out the changing fall leaves. Plan a hike or a drive through these areas and get ready for a...

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