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Welcome to Central Colorado

Three hundred days a year of blue sky and sunshine. Mountains towering to 14,000 feet, capped in snow even in the warmth of summertime. Plenty of adventure summer or winter to have you reeling at the end of the day as you soak in Rocky Mountain natural mineral and hot springs. Truly, there is no place on earth like this. Everything from world-class whitewater rafting to breathtaking 14,000 foot mountain climbing, from millions of acres of wilderness to ski resorts that will re-define what snow really is, awaits you in Central Colorado.

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Welcome to Almont.    Almont is a small town located between Gunnison and Crested Butte where the Taylor and East rivers meet to form the Gunnison River.  Well known for its scenic be...  Details

Downtown Buena Vista, CO

Buena Vista

Welcome to Buena Vista.    “Buena Vista” which means “beautiful view” in Spanish, is pronounced BYOO-nah VIS-ta by most locals. It was named by Alsina Dearheimer, w...  Details

Canon City

Welcome to Canon City. Nestled in Fremont County you’ll find the dwelling place of wonders. Walk or ride the highest suspension bridge in the world. Take an exciting ride on the world’...  Details


Welcome to Como.   Como was first a hamlet founded by prospectors seeking gold in the 1859 Colorado gold rush.  As ranchers homesteaded South Park, Como grew to include a post office, stor...  Details


Welcome to Cotopaxi. Named for the highest active volcano in the world, Cotopaxi Colorado has become an absolute mecca for whitewater enthusiasts eager to explore the worl-class rapids of the Arka...  Details

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Crested Butte

Welcome to Crested Butte. Home of a magnificent center for the arts seating 2152 people. Home of the mountain bike hall of fame. Home to the oldest mountain bike festival in the country, Fat Tire ...  Details

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Welcome to Crestone.   Tucked at the base of Kit Carson Mountain and just 40 miles north of Alamosa, you'll find the historic and quaint town of Crestone, Colorado. Once a gold and silver m...  Details

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Cripple Creek

Welcome to Cripple Creek.   Cripple Creek, southwest of Colorado Springs, is mostly associated with its casinos, but there is much more to it than that. The Butte Opera House plays host to the ...  Details

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Del Norte

Welcome to Del Norte.   Settled in 1871 as part of the gold rush that swept Colorado, Del Norte became the seat of the county and a supply center for miners. Today you'll find antique shops...  Details

Kenosha Pass outside Fairplay, Colorado


Welcome to Fairplay.   Surrounded by Kenosha Pass to the North, Wilkerson Pass to the East, Trout Creek Pass to the South and Weston Pass to the West sits the quiet valley of South Park in the ...  Details

Town of Florissant Colorado


Welcome to Florissant.   Drive 38 miles west of Colorado Springs and you’ll find Florissant, home to the Fossil Bed National Monument and some of the best fishing you’ll find a...  Details

Granite, Colorado


Welcome to Granite.   Granite was predated by the Cache Creek mining camp, started in 1860.  The miners of Cache Creek built a flume system to bring more water for the hydraulic mining ope...  Details

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Welcome to Gunnison. Surrounded by mountains, forests, rivers and lakes the Gunnison Valley was home to the ancient Ute Indians. Now this rich ranch land and old mining area in the Curecanti Natio...  Details

Harsel, Colorado


Welcome to Hartsel. Situated in South Park amidst Gold Medal rivers, state parks and several state reservoirs, Hartsel is one of the many places in Colorado to boast "never a dull moment.&quo...  Details

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Lake City

Welcome to Lake City.   "Traffic and gridlock? You must be kidding. We haven’t had traffic since 1893" boast Lake city residents. Fresh tracks in pristine snow, untouched h...  Details

Landscape near Lake George, CO

Lake George

Welcome to Lake George. Located just 39 miles NW of Colorado Springs, Lake George is nestled in the Pikes Peak National Forest. Originally a stage stop en route to Leadville, it still holds as ...  Details

Downtown Leadville, CO


Welcome to Leadville.   Leadville sits in the heart of Colorado high in the Rocky Mountains.  At an elevation of 10,430 feet it is the highest incorporated city in the North American. &nbs...  Details

Manitou Springs, CO

Manitou Springs

Welcome to Manitou Springs. Once a very sacred area for the Ute and Cheyenne tribes, Manitou Springs (meaning “spirit springs”) has become a visitor’s paradise. Home to nine name...  Details

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Monarch and Garfield

Welcome to Monarch/Garfield.   If you've never heard of Monarch ski area, you'd not be alone. It's the local's best kept secret in this part of Colorado. Nestled high on Monarch...  Details

Town of Nathrop, Colorado


Welcome to Nathrop.   Located ten miles south of Buena Vista on U.S. Highway 285, Nathrop was named for Charles Nachtrieb, owner of the townsite.   Sitting at the confluence of Chalk Cre...  Details

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Welcome to Pitkin.    Located twenty-six miles northeast of Gunnison it is nestled between 11,000 foot mountains and beside Quartz Creek.  Pitkin is the perfect all-season vacation ba...  Details

Welcome sign at Ponch Springs, CO

Poncha Springs

Welcome to Poncha Springs.    Poncha Springs (or simply "Poncha", as the locals call it) is strategically located at the crossroads of U.S. Highways 50 and 285 near the southern ...  Details

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Royal Gorge

Welcome to Royal Gorge.   Nestled in Fremont County and minutes from Canon City, you’ll come upon the Royal Gorge and marvel at her wonders, graced as she is with the highest suspension b...  Details

Downtown Salida, CO


Welcome to Salida.    Tucked in the midst of 3 mountain ranges, the Sangre de Cristo to the South, the Mosquito range to the north and the Sawatch range to the northwest, Salida, Colorado ...  Details

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Welcome to Sargents.   Head just west of Salida on Hwy 50, just east of Gunnison, you'll find the little town of Sargents tucked into the Rockies. A haven for off-roading, ATV and 4-wheelin...  Details

Mountain views in South Park, Colorado

South Park

Welcome to South Park.   Perhaps you're a bit confused right now, because in your search for the familiar faces of Cartman, Stan, Chef and Mr. Hanky, you've come across something else a...  Details

St Elmo Colorado

St. Elmo

Welcome to St. Elmo.   St. Elmo is on County Road 162, 15 miles west of Nathrop and Highway 285.  The last 5 miles of the road is well-graded dirt.  The town’s elevation is slig...  Details

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Taylor Park

Welcome to Taylor Park.   Taylor Park, home to the Taylor Park Reservoir and Taylor River, lays high in the mountains of Colorado. The reservoir is famous for its world class fishing, especiall...  Details

Shore of Twin Lakes in Twin Lakes, CO

Twin Lakes

Welcome to Twin Lakes.   The aptly named town of Twin Lakes, Colorado lies adjacent to two natural lakes at the foot of Colorado highest fourteener, Mt. Elbert.   Twin Lakes is not quite...  Details

Woodland Park, CO

Woodland Park

Welcome to Woodland Park.   Just 18 miles west of Colorado Springs, Woodland Park is not only the largest city in Teller County, but a central hub from which to explore South Park and all ...  Details

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