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FEATURES Contents P. 2 2016/2017 WE LIKE TO PARTY: EVENTS & FESTIVALS From strawberries to sage grouse, it doesn’t take much to convince Coloradans to throw a festival. Schedule stops in your trip to coincide with one of these super-Colorado-y celebrations. P. 4 RAISING THE BAR These beer, wine and spirit makers are setting themselves apart with great-tasting beverages that honor the state in their own unique way. P. 8 CRAFTY COLORADANS More than 130 years after the , Coloradans are still striking gold from the state’s abundant natural resources. P. 12 BYWAYS OF COLORADO Colorado’s byways wind through P. 14 grassy plains and the Rocky Moun- HIGHLIGHTS OF THE HIGH PLAINS tains, past small towns and natural Only-in-Colorado wildlife, historic sites, heritage and Americana attractions you cannot enjoy if you’re are proof that our often-understated eastern quadrant is anything but plain. speeding along at 70 mph. P. 16 COLORADO’S NATIONAL PARKS: A PLACE FOR EVERY PASSION 2016 marks the 100th anniversary of the Service. We’ve created a guide to national parks, monuments, historic sites and rec- reation areas where you’ll find your passion — and the parks to match. P. 24 SEE FOR FREE: HISTORIC DISTRICTS Colorado’s historic districts are the P. 10 P. 18 windows into some of the state’s DUDE RANCHES 119 MUST-EATS most enchanting, legend-filled nooks and crannies. Uncover You don’t have to be a ski bunny to If you’re the kind of person who fantastic Colorado lore with enjoy a Colorado winter and the dreams of dinner ingredients longer these heritage areas. white stuff that goes along with it. than the average person, you’re gonna want to embark on our tasting tour. CLOCKWISE FROM THE TOP: PAWNEE NATIONAL GRASSLANDS, MILES/MATT INDEN; MERCANTILE DINING & PROVISIONS; DINING & PROVISIONS; INDEN; MERCANTILE GRASSLANDS, MILES/MATT NATIONAL PAWNEE THE TOP: FROM CLOCKWISE EMERSON. NICHOLE BREWING COMPANY, & DRAGON HORSE PAGE: OPPOSITE C2 PHOTOGRAPHY. COMPANY, CHEESE AVALANCHE STATE OF COLORADO – Governor

COLORADO OFFICE HERITAGE & AGRITOURISM COMMITTEE Laura Grey – Colorado Tourism Office P. 4 Heritage & Agritourism Program Director Ian Steyn – Colorado Campground and Lodge Owners Association (Co-Chair) Courtney Frazier – Colorado Dude & P. 25 ACTIVITIES Association (Co-Chair) TIPS FOR PICKING LISTINGS Kim Farin – Boulder & Visitors Bureau You can be THAT person at the Tim FerrellUSE – THISBerry Patch ONE Farms IF POSSIBLE farmers’ market — sniffing, examin- Kelli Hepler – Colorado Agritourism Association P. 26 Steve Kurowski – Colorado Brewers Guild ing and gently caressing produce. METRO AREA Rick Manzanares – and Plains Corry Mihm – Project Works P. 64A P. 32 Krista Roberts – Slow Food Denver COLORADO MAP Bill Scebbi – Colorado Horse Council AREA Melody Villard – Moffat County Tourism Colorado is the eighth-largest state Wendy White – Colorado Department of Agriculture in the U.S., with more than 100,000 P. 39 Elizabeth O’Rear – Colorado Tourism Office Heritage & total square miles to explore. NORTHEAST AREA Agritourism Program & Matching Luckily, with so much to see and do, Grants Manager Colorado is very easy to navigate. P. 41 COLORADO TOURISM OFFICE NORTHWEST AREA Cathy Ritter – Director BACK COVER Kelly Barbello – Director of Visitor Services Michael Driver – Director of International Marketing COLORADO P. 48 Laura Grey – Director of Heritage & Agritourism Program CROP CALENDAR SOUTH CENTRAL Kirstin Graber – Communications Manager Plan your trip around when the Kaiti Jacobson – Executive Assistant Anne Klein – Heritage & Agritourism PR Contractor gettin’ is good for your favorite P. 55 Amber Kollman – Director of U.S. Marketing Colorado crop. SOUTHEAST AREA Elizabeth O’Rear – Heritage & Agritourism Program & Matching Grants Manager


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For many more, visit WE LIKE TO PARTY From strawberries to sage grouse, it doesn’t take much to convince Coloradans to throw a festival. Schedule stops in your trip to coincide with one of these super-Colorado-y celebrations.

JUNE JULY Glenwood Springs Strawberry Paonia Cherry Days 2016 Festival MAY Greeley Stampede Wildflower Festival Verde Indian Arts & Culture Fest, Cortez, Dolores & Mancos Colorado Brewers’ Festival, Fort Colorado Brewers Rendezvous, Collins Salida /Mesa Verde Birding Whittle the Wood Rendezvous Colorado Lavender Festival in Festival in Craig Palisade Taste of Creede Festival North Park Never Summer Pro Rodeo, Burlington Burning Can Beer Festival, Lyons National Cattle Dog Trials, Steam- Salida Arts Festival Bent on Birding, Las Animas boat Springs Kingdom Days, Breckenridge Telluride Art Hummingbird Festival, Colorado & Architecture Weekend Springs Ridgway Heritage Days & Ranch Cinco de Mayo Parade, Denver Rodeo CINCO DE MAYO PARADE IN DENVER, MILES/MATT INDEN. IN DENVER, MILES/MATT PARADE DE MAYO CINCO 2 1-800-Colorado | We Like to Party [ COLORADO ROOTS

AUGUST Potato Festival, Monte Vista , sanluisvalleypotatofestival 2017 Yampa Valley Crane Festival JANUARY Steamboat Springs National Stock Show, yampavalleycranefestival Denver Sneffels Fiber Festival, Ridgway FEBRUARY Artocade Vehiculart, Trinidad Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival Bald Eagle Festival, Brighton Boulder Craft Beer Festival OCTOBER Durango Gathering Colorado Firkin’ Rendezvous, Colo- Telluride Mushroom Festival rado Springs Estes Park Fest High Plains Snowgoose Festival in Steamboat Wine Festival Lamar Colorado Springs Bighorn Leadville Boom Days & Sheep Day International Pack Burro Race Twin Lakes Ice Fishing Derby, Leadville Gold Rush Days, Buena Vista Celebration of Ranching & Frontier Spirit, Saguache Palisade Peach Festival MARCH Watermelon Day, Rocky Ford Colorado Craft Beer Week Monte Vista Crane Festival Fairplay Bead & Fiber Show Pagosa Makers Festival Eckert Crane Days Olathe Sweet Corn Festival Great American Beer Festival, Denver Ice Fishing Contest Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival SEPTEMBER Pedal the Plains Cycling Tour Harvest Festival, Colorado Springs APRIL September Splendor in the Rockies, Karval Mountain Plover Festival Gunnison & Crested Butte Cedaredge Apple Fest Spring Barrel Tasting, Grand Junction Meeker Classic Sheepdog Champi- NOVEMBER onship Trials Gunnison Sage-Grouse Festival Hard Cider Festival, Paonia Paonia Mountain Harvest Festival Durango Wine Experience Georgetown Bighorn Sheep Pueblo Chile & Frijoles Festival Festival pages/viewingfestivals.aspx XicanIndie Film Festival Colorado Mountain Winefest, Palisade DECEMBER Lesser Prairie-Chicken Viewing Georgetown Christmas Market Tours Salida Fiber Festival Wray Greater Prairie-Chicken Blossoms of Light, Denver Botanic Viewing Gardens FROM TOP: COLORADO STATE FAIR, MILES/DENISE CHAMBERS; ESTES PARK ELK FEST, VISIT ESTES PARK. VISIT ESTES ELK FEST, PARK ESTES CHAMBERS; MILES/DENISE FAIR, STATE COLORADO TOP: FROM 1-800-Colorado | 3 RAISING THE BAR Colorado’s beer, wine and spirit makers are always breaking new ground and tempting our palates. These innovators are setting themselves apart with great-tasting beverag- es that celebrate the state in their own unique way. We’ve highlighted must-try drinks that aren’t just made in Colorado — they are infused with Colorado.

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TOMMYKNOCKER BREWERY HORSE & DRAGON BREWING COMPANY IDAHO SPRINGS FORT COLLINS One of Colorado’s oldest breweries thrives in an old The taproom offers a large variety of beers that strike a mining town, using local hops and malts. balance between the bitter hops and sweet malt. The Maker: Must Try: Tastings & The Maker: Must Try: Tastings & Head brewer Pine Bow winter Tours: Linsey Cornish Morgan’s Savvy Tours: Jim McCann is seasonal infused Daily tastings at is one of the Golden Peach Open daily a big experiment- with pine needles their brewpub; few female head made with Pali- noon–6pm; call er with small- from the nearby call for tours brewmasters in sade peaches for tours batch beer. slopes of Love- 303-567-4419 the country. 970-631-8038 land Ski Area TWO RASCALS BREWERY ELEVATION BEER COMPANY MONTROSE PONCHA SPRINGS The taproom and brewery are in an old 1940s railroad Focused on drinkability, Elevation Beer’s tasting room packing station. and labels use ski-trail signs, green to double black, to

indicate ease of drinking. The Makers: Must Try: Tastings & Founders and Cranberry Spruce Tours: The Maker: Must Try: Tastings & brewers Daniel Ale infused with Tap room Christian Koch Apis IV, a Belgian Tours: Leonardi and spruce tips from and tours avail- brewed for quadrupel infused Open daily Brandon Frey Pagosa Springs able Tuesday– Tommyknocker with Salida- noon–8pm; call are also wildland Sunday; call before co-found- harvested honey for tours firefighters. 970-249-8689 ing Elevation. 719-539-5258 OPPOSITE PAGE CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: ISTOCKPHOTO; COLORADO DISTILLERS FESTIVAL; ISTOCKPHOTO; PALISADE VINEYARD, MILES/MATT INDEN. THIS PAGE: HORSE & DRAGON BREWING COMPANY, NICHOLE EMERSON. NICHOLE BREWING COMPANY, & DRAGON HORSE INDEN. THIS PAGE: MILES/MATT VINEYARD, PALISADE ISTOCKPHOTO; FESTIVAL; DISTILLERS COLORADO LEFT: ISTOCKPHOTO; TOP FROM CLOCKWISE PAGE OPPOSITE 1-800-Colorado | 5 WINERIES

STONE COTTAGE CELLARS PAONIA Built stone by stone, the buildings and grounds have an old-country ambiance. The Maker: Must Try: Tasting Room: Founder Brent , Open daily Helleckson is a high-altitude 11am–6pm, former rocket acidity infused May 22–Nov. 1; scientist. with locally grown 970-527-3444 apples, aged in French oak barrels

LE FUSELIER WINERY AT SPRING CREEK VINEYARDS CAÑON CITY Le Fuselier winery is 100 percent solar powered, uses no fertilizers and irrigates with mountain water from Grape Creek. The Maker: Must Try: Tasting Room: David Fuselier’s Apple Crisp, Saturdays, family has made a sweet, white noon–5pm; wine in France for wine made with 719-315-2075 hundreds of years. fresh apples from He’s been at local orchards it in Cañon City since 2006. STONE COTTAGE CELLARS. COTTAGE STONE 6 1-800-Colorado | Raising The Bar [ COLORADO ROOTS


PEACH STREET DISTILLERS DEERHAMMER DISTILLING COMPANY PALISADE BUENA VISTA Using the fruit from their own Palisade farm and Grain-to-glass spirits, crafted by hand from silo to neighboring farms, these distillers are making some bottling, served in an intimate tasting room. pretty sweet spirits. The Maker: Must Try: Tasting The Maker: Must Try: Tasting & Owner Lenny Buena Vista & Tours: Head distiller Goat Vodka dis- Tours: Daily Eckstein regularly Brandy created Wednesday– Davy Lindig is tilled from sweet noon–10pm; heads out to kayak from Colorado Sunday; also known as corn from neigh- schedule tours at the Arkansas Riv- wine 719-395-9464 one of the best boring Olathe peachstreet er while he waits home brewers of for his latest batch beer in the state. to distill.


BIG B’S HARD CIDER THE OLD MINE CIDERY AND BREWPUB HOTCHKISS ERIE This family-run orchard allows you to taste the These cider experimenters are breaking new ground cider, pick your own fruit and even camp among the in the world of fermented fruit in a renovated apple trees. mercantile building. The Makers: Must Try: Tastings: The Maker: Must Try: Tastings: Jeff and Tracey Lazy Daze Cherry Seasonal; call Founder Mike Death by Bourbon, Daily at their Schwartz are Daze, a crisp, 970-872-3065 Yeager opened hard cider aged brewpub; apple farmers — semi-sweet, the cidery after for 16 months in 303-905-0620 driving forklifts hard apple cider demand for his bourbon barrels and pressing infused with homemade cider from Breckenridge delicious hard local Montmoren- reached a fever Distillery cider. cy cherries pitch. COLORADO DISTILLER FESTIVAL. DISTILLER COLORADO 1-800-Colorado | 7 COLORADO ROOTS [ Crafty Coloradans CRAFTY Coloradans

More than 130 years after the Pikes Peak Gold Rush, Coloradans are still striking gold from the state’s abundant natural resources. This time around, the prospectors aren’t pickax-swinging miners, they are creative brewers, winemakers, distillers, chefs and even high-tech tailors.

DAN GLENN English Foster

THE PRODUCT: THE PRODUCT: Fall Line Jacket Lavender Wine

THE CRAFTER: Dan English is a maker of fine THE CRAFTER: Glenn Foster infuses his outdoor clothing and the founder of Voormi in Pagosa wine with lavender grown by Paola Legarre from Sage Springs. The sheep that scurry throughout the Rocky Creations Organic Farms in Palisade. The result is a Mountains, like the ones kept by Rita Kourlis Samuelson medium-sweet wine awash in lavender aroma. Pick up at Kourlis Ranch near Craig, provide the high-altitude a bottle at Glenn’s place, St. Kathryn Cellars, also in wool for his gear. He blends it with synthetics to create Palisade — the heart of country. items like the Fall Line Jacket, winner of the Men’s Journal 2015 Gear of the Year award for its fleece-like feel, yet water-repelling qualities.

THE PRODUCT: Begorado Belgian Style IPA GREG THE CRAFTER: Greg Moore is the head brewer at Wynkoop Brewing in downtown Denver. He sources Colorado-grown Moore and a little-extra-bitter hops from Ron Munger of Misty Mountain Hop Farm in Olathe, hop grower of the year, when brewing Begorado, an award-winning Belgian-style IPA.

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LANCE BEN Hanson Parsons


THE CRAFTER: Lance Hanson makes Cap- THE CRAFTER: Ben Parsons is a winemaker Rock Gin in Hotchkiss. The Peak Spirits Farm Distillery and owner of Infinite Monkey Theorem in Denver. While gin uses soft water from the CapRock formation on the there are plenty of wine lovers, there are no vineyards in and a blend of 12 different fruits, flowers, Denver. So Parson sources these Cabernet Franc grapes seeds and spices and certified-organic apples grown 5 with the help of Kaibab Sauvage of Colorado Vineyard miles down the road by Bill and Shirley Ela on Ela Family Specialists. The grapes are grown at the mouth of Farms. Sip on some CapRock Gin in a Seventh Street DeBeque on a cobblestone ridge overlooking the Pavilion cocktail at The Pullmann in Glenwood Springs, . As a result, Infinite Monkey Theorem’s where chef Mark Fischer takes local sourcing not as Cabernet Franc is robust with fruit and spice and carries a challenge, but as a conquest, using Colorado’s finest an elegant finish. ingredients in his creative cuisine and cocktails.

JOSH Niernberg TERRI Maize

THE PRODUCT: THE PRODUCT: The Local Omelet Jalapeño Jammin’ Jelly

THE CRAFTER: Josh Niernberg is the exec- THE CRAFTER: Terri Maize makes unusual utive chef at BIN 707 Foodbar in Grand Junction. He jellies for her company Hacienda Maize in Denver. sources locally and domestically and offers a seasonal Jalapeño Jammin’ Jelly, named World Champion menu at this American-cuisine . That means Jalapeño Jelly by the World Hot Sauce Awards 2015, fresh, local and delicious. One brunch favorite, the Local is described as unapologetically hot, for the jalapeño Omelet, is made with onion, marmalade, Hazel Dell lover looking to transform foods. The jalapeño chili cinnamon cap mushrooms, applewood-smoked bacon peppers are proudly grown to be extra hot by Shane and MouCo Ashley ripened goat cheese made by Birgit Milberger, farmer and founder of Milberger Farms Halbreiter and Robert in Fort Collins. in Pueblo. ILLUSTRATIONS BY TOM POUNDERS. TOM BY ILLUSTRATIONS 1-800-Colorado | 9 Winter Dude Ranches

➥ FUN IN THE SNOW ON COLORADO DUDE RANCHES You don’t have to be a ski bunny to enjoy a Colorado winter and the white stuff that goes along with it. 2 DEER VALLEY RANCH, Nathrop When you’re not cozying up in your cabin, revel in the ranch’s down-the-road proximity to Mount Princeton Hot Springs and discounted pool passes to boot. If you can’t fight the urge to hit the slopes, downhill skiing is available nearby at Monarch Mountain, in addition to cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, dogsledding and snowmobiling. 1 4 SUNDANCE TRAIL GUEST 3 WAUNITA HOT SPRINGS RANCH, Red Feather Lakes SYLVAN DALE GUEST RANCH, Loveland RANCH, Gunnison BYOH: As a family- and For those who want to jump in the saddle, this working What could be more pet-friendly spot (one of horse-and-cattle ranch is the place to be. Choose to pitch delightful than soaking the only Colorado ranches in with chores, hone your horsemanship skills and maybe in a steamy, natural to allow dogs), Sundance do some if the weather is mild. When night falls, pool while snowflakes Trail even welcomes warm up around a fire and treat yourself to s’mores. gently fall around you? guests’ horses, which Here you’ll make this come in handy for trail swimsuit-clad version of rides through the nearby a winter wonderland a Roosevelt National Forest reality without ever having — a truly surreal experi- to leave the property. But ence when everything is if you do venture out, both blanketed in snow. Later, Monarch Mountain and appreciate the quiet while Crested Butte are easily relaxing and stargazing in accessible for more-tradi- the outdoor hot tub. tional snowy endeavors. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: DEER VALLEY RANCH, CLASSIC VISIONS; BLACK MOUNTAIN RANCH, FLICKR/ MICHELLE STERN; STERN; RANCH, FLICKR/ MICHELLE BLACK MOUNTAIN RANCH, CLASSIC VISIONS; LEFT: DEER VALLEY TOP FROM CLOCKWISE RANCH, FLICKR/ ED OGLE; ISTOCKPHOTO. GUEST DALE SYLVAN BURT; RANCH, MATT SPRINGS HOT WAUNITA 10 1-800-Colorado |

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➥ WINTER FARM STAYS Sure there are farm-to-table , but stick with just the farm and you’ll get the freshest dining, quality time with adorably named animals and even a little pampering. 6 7 HORSE & HEN JEFFERSON FARMS FARMHOUSE , Hayden NATURAL FIBERS, Salida You can’t show up at a Make new furry friends with farm and expect to not the farm’s paco-vicuñas and help out. So roll up your alpacas, which are raised for sleeves at Horse & Hen their fiber to produce yarn, for egg collecting, fleece and other products. A milking cows and goats, luxury apartment is where irrigating the hay meadow you’ll stay, complete with a 5 and other tasks. It’s not deck area to watch the herds, AVALANCHE CHEESE all work, of course, and and your own kitchen to make COMPANY, Paonia your stay in the guest use of the complimentary In the North Fork Valley house will be balanced fresh eggs and coffee that are you can rent a charming out with bountiful break- an added bonus. cabin situated on a work- fasts and recreational ing goat dairy farm. The activities like bird watch- rustic digs are a perfect ing and snowshoeing. 8 way to experience all the THE SHANGRI-LA INN AT action, from pitching in GAIA’S FARM AND GARDENS, Laporte with the milking to taking a farm tour. Gather up a Get in touch with your bohemian side during a visit large group and you can to a permaculture farm that happens to boast a B&B arrange to have a farm- and holistic healing center. For maximum tranquility, fresh breakfast, lunch or don’t miss the stress-reducing reiki treatments paired dinner prepared on site. with a soothing massage. The peaceful vibe carries over to the guest cottage, organic gardens, koi pond and other features, as well. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: AVALANCHE CHEESE FARM, C2 PHOTOGRAPHY; C2 PHOTOGRAPHY; FARM, CHEESE LEFT: AVALANCHE TOP FROM CLOCKWISE FIBERS, NATURAL FARMS JEFFERSON SHANGRI-LA EMERSON; INN, NICHOLE C2 PHOTOGRAPHY. FARM, CHEESE AVALANCHE BETH SCHNEIDER; ISTOCKPHOTO; 1-800-Colorado | 11 COLORADO ROOTS [ Byways of Colorado Byways of Colorado Colorado’s 26 byways wind through grassy plains and the Rocky Mountains past small towns and natural beauty you cannot enjoy if you’re speeding along at 70 mph. Explore Colorado’s roots by getting off the beaten path. Byways for Wild West Wonders

Near Trinidad Near Florissant Strike out like frontiersman and Take the Gold Belt Tour to see fortune-seekers by hitting the not only the petrified remains of and tracing the Florissant Fossil Beds National footsteps of folk heroes like “Wild Monument, but also the Gold Rush Bill” Hickok. Make a stop outside town of Cripple Creek. These days La Junta to visit Bent’s Old Fort you can tour the old mines, or National Historic Site, a recon- try to hit your own jackpot at the structed fur-trading post. town’s casinos and gaming halls.

Byways Way Off the Beaten Path

Near Gateway Near Meeker The Unaweep-Tabeguache Scenic Traverse 82 scenic miles via the and Historic Byway cuts through Trail and you’ll journey wild canyon country, including the over two of the least-traveled Canyon. WWII buffs mountain passes in Colorado. may be surprised to learn this area Pull over at Ripple Creek Pass for was mined for uranium, used in the a 10,343-foot view of the stunning nation’s atomic bombs. White River Valley. We dare you to look down. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: BACA HOUSE AT THE TRINIDAD HISTORY MUSEUM, MILES/ANNA ZOROMSKI; FLORISSANT FOSSIL BEDS NATIONAL MONUMENT, MONUMENT, NATIONAL BEDS FOSSIL FLORISSANT ZOROMSKI; MILES/ANNA MUSEUM, HISTORY THE TRINIDAD AT LEFT:HOUSE BACA TOP FROM CLOCKWISE CHAMBERS. AREA, MILES/DENISE WILDERNESS TOPS FLAT C2 PHOTOGRAPHY; BYWAY, SCENIC AND HISTORIC UNAWEEP-TABEGUACHE CHAMBERS; MILES/DENISE 12 1-800-Colorado | Byways of Colorado [ COLORADO ROOTS

Byways for Birders Near Craig Spring brings three species of lekking grouse on the Elkhead Trail, and summer is ideal for viewing nesting sandhill cranes and a robust population of deer and elk.

Near South Fork Highlights of the Silver Thread Scenic Byway include the — a massive slow-motion rockslide — and, of course, earfuls of woodpeckers drumming and the choral sounds from thrushes.

Near Telluride Loop through the on the Trail, and stop to take in the view from Lizard Near La Junta Head Pass. You might witness black swifts The Plover Trail is exceptionally diverse with its huge insects in the air or a bear ambling across a meadow. marshes, countless reservoirs and high desert. The name comes from the multiple breeds of plovers — a type of wading bird — that reside in the area.

Near Wray The Greater Prairie Chicken Trail is a stronghold for its namesake birds. In the spring you might hear the males before you see them — their whooping and cackling sounds are all part of an … amusing … mating dance.

Near Eads For sandpipers and cranes migrating through or snow geese setting up camp for the winter, make your way along the Snow Goose Trail to catch a glimpse of these water birds.

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Get the binoculars ready and hit the road to spot Colorado’s 499 bird species on these designated driving routes.

BIRDING FESTIVALS NOT TO BE MISSED Turn to page 2 to read about can’t-miss birding festivals, including one of our favorites, the Mountain Plover Festival in the tiny town of Karval. This April event is a weekend full of birding, entertainment, food and more. FROM TOP: COLORADO PLOVER, ISTOCKPHOTO; LIZARD HEAD TRAIL, LAURENCE PARENT. LIZARD HEAD TRAIL, LAURENCE ISTOCKPHOTO; PLOVER, COLORADO TOP: FROM 1-800-Colorado | 13 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE High Plains Only-in-Colorado wildlife, historic sites, cowboy heritage and Americana attractions — to say the least — are proof that our often-understated eastern quadrant is anything but plain. These highlights are just the beginning.

Creature Encounters Rare species like the lesser prairie chicken, golden eagle and swift fox are among the more than 300 species of critters roaming the 440,000-acre , some of the last short- grass prairie left in the U.S. Like a hall of fame for dinos, Purgatoire River Track Site (also known as Picketwire Canyonlands) in Comanche National Grassland boasts the footprints of the Jurassic period’s biggest celebrities, includ- ing the long-necked Brontosaur and carnivorous Allosaurus. Large populations of bass, walleye and make Lake Pueblo a beloved southeast Colorado fishin’ hole. The lake is also an excellent place to spot feathered beauties Windows into the Past like red-tail hawks, egrets and great Honor the 200 and Indians who died when a band of blue herons. U.S. soldiers attacked their camp in 1864 at the National Historic Site near Chivington and Eads. Attend a ranger-led talk (daily at 10am and 2pm) to learn how the tragic skirmish forever changed relations with American Indian tribes, who claimed the plains as hunting grounds and seasonal homes. American Indian adorn the sandstone walls of Vogel Canyon near La Junta. Visit at sunrise or dusk to heighten your chance to encounter characters like great horned owls, and pronghorn. Read Ancient Peoples of the and Colorado by Steven R. Simms to learn about the American Indian settling of the plains. Catch a can-can show in the bar at Burlington’s Old Town Museum, home to 21 antique-filled buildings, including an old schoolhouse, beauty parlor and doctor’s office. Then, mosey over to the 1905 Kit Carson County Carousel, one of only 150 wooden carousels still in existence. The 46 hand-carved animals march to the tunes of a 1909 Wurlitzer Monster Military Band Organ. FROM TOP: VOGEL CANYON, FLICKR/JERRY; LESSER PRAIRIE CHICKEN, ISTOCKPHOTO. PRAIRIE LESSER FLICKR/JERRY; CANYON, VOGEL TOP: FROM 14 1-800-Colorado | Highlights of the High Plains [ COLORADO ROOTS

Cool Rides The folks at Colorado Cattle Company & Guest Ranch’s Cowboy School in New Raymer are determined to lure out your inner wrangler. Achieve cowboy status (or dazzle your greenhorn friends) by acquiring rodeo-wor- thy skills like barrel racing, bull riding and roping live steers. Those who prefer the saddle of a two-wheeled steed should consider September’s Pedal the Plains, when road bikers of all abilities pedal across the , stopping in the cities like Julesburg and Sterling for beer gardens, local eats and farm tours. If you dig long-distance rides, the 4,228-mile TransAmerica Bike Trail from Oregon to Virginia passes through Pueblo, Ordway and Eads — delightfully flat riding territory full of charm- ing small towns. Turn to page 2 to find events in the area, including the Kit Carson County Fair in Burlington (July/ August) and Doc’s Chuck Wagon Cookoff in La Junta (October).


Pawnee National Grassland John Martin Reservoir Jackson Lake State Park Count up to 15,000 stars while State Park See the Milky Way two ways — at this 193,060-acre With less than one person in the sky above and flawlessly wonderland of grass and sky. per square mile, Las Animas mirrored in crystal-clear County’s lack of light pollution Jackson Lake. supports super-dark nights for easy stargazing. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: COLORADO CATTLE COMPANY; PEDAL THE PLAINS; JACKSON LAKE STATE PARK, COLORADO PARKS & PARKS COLORADO PARK, LAKE STATE THE PLAINS; JACKSON PEDAL COMPANY; CATTLE RIGHT: COLORADO TOP FROM CLOCKWISE INDEN. GRASSLAND, MILES/MATT NATIONAL PAWNEE ZOROMSKI; MILES/ANNA PARK, STATE RESERVOIR MARTIN HARRIS;WILDLIFE/KAREN JOHN 1-800-Colorado | 15 Colorado’s national parks A PLACE FOR EVERY PASSION

August 25, 2016, will mark the 100th anniversary of the creation of the , which now includes more than 400 parks nationwide. Finding the right one for to suit your crew’s interests can be as challenging as the terrain that lies within. In celebration of the anniversary, we created a guide to some of the national parks, monuments, historic sites and recreation areas in Colorado. Find your passion and the parks to match.

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Bent’s Old Fort National Historic I’M AN AWE SEEKER Site La Junta – Interpreters in I’M A HISTORY BUFF Great Sand Dunes National Park period dress offer intriguing details Hovenweep National Monument near Blanca – This may be the through guided tours and demon- west of Cortez – Perfect for both closest you’ll ever come to feeling strations of this trading post’s lovers of nature and history, like you’re walking on Mars. Nature importance in the 1840s. Hovenweep will leave you amazed has created an endless hourglass at the Ancestral who TIP: Get your camera ready to with competing winds and a erected the multi-story towers 700 capture the peacocks roam- recycling creek that has piled years ago. ing the fort. sand 750 feet high. TIP: Rim Rock Trail will bring you TIP: Don’t forget your sand sled! For an engaging tale of America’s up close to eight historic western expansion, read: Blood structures. Rocky Mountain National Park and Thunder: The Epic Story of Kit Estes Park & Grand Lake – Predat- Carson and the Conquest of the near ing the National Park Service, this American West by Sides. Cortez – For 700 years the Ances- is one of the country’s oldest and tral Puebloan people made these most loved national parks — with cliffs their homes. There are more high peaks, beautiful lakes and a I’M A than 600 dwellings, including Cliff wide variety of wildlife. DINOSAUR DIGGER Palace, the largest in North Ameri- TIP: Hike to Lulu City, now a ghost Florissant Fossil Beds National ca, with guided tours available. town, where miners lived Monument between Lake George & TIP: Drive Ruins Road to appre- from 1879–84. Divide – Prehistoric Colorado was ciate the mystifying cliff home to a hard-to-imagine redwood dwellings from afar. Colorado National Monument forest. Believe your eyes when Fruita – Red-rock formations and Yucca House National Monument you spy 14-feet-across petrified expansive canyons pepper this south of Cortez – Unlike Mesa sequoia stumps, which are among often-missed treasure. Verde, this is an unexcavated the biggest in the world and the archaeological site of an Ancestral TIP: Experience Monument centerpiece of a large and diverse Puebloan community center. It has Canyon Trail’s massive rock fossil collection. sculptures, including Inde- been largely untouched for the TIP: Stay for the Night pendence Tower and Kissing past 800 years. Sky Program. Couple, or find natural arches TIP: Look for pottery fragments on on the Liberty Cap Trail. Dinosaur National Monument the ground, but please leave Dinosaur – If you’re a dino-geek, them for others to enjoy. Black Canyon of the Gunnison and we know you are, this is home. National Park near Montrose – The famous Carnegie Quarry has Trace the rim along the North 1,500 visible fossils on a single Check-out the awe-inspiring shots Vista Trail and be rewarded with cliff face. and detailed by views into the canyon and scenic reading Colorado: A Historical Atlas vistas from appropriately named TIP: Plan an extra day to raft the by Thomas Noel. Exclamation Point. wild Green and Yampa rivers through the deep canyons. TIP: Descending into the Black Canyon is not recom- mended for most (we can’t say what exclamations might happen there). I’M A WILD WEST EXPLORER Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site near Eads & Chiv- ington – Few know that during the , a great offensive against the American Indians was waged. At Sand Creek, hundreds were slaughtered, includ- ing women and children. TIP: Be prepared, this site WANT MORE? refers to a dark period in American history. OPPOSITE PAGE, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: DINOSAUR NATIONAL MONUMENT, ERIC WUNROW; HOVENWEEP NATIONAL MONUMENT, EFRAIN M. PADRO; EFRAIN M. PADRO; MONUMENT, NATIONAL HOVENWEEP ERIC WUNROW; MONUMENT, NATIONAL LEFT: DINOSAUR TOP FROM CLOCKWISE PAGE, OPPOSITE AND . PARK NATIONAL DUNES SAND GREAT THIS PAGE: CLASSIC VISIONS. AND PRESERVE, PARK NATIONAL DUNES SAND INDEN; GREAT SITE, MILES/MATT HISTORIC NATIONAL FORT BENT’S OLD 1-800-Colorado | 17 Colorado e - Eats We prowled every corner of the state for restaurants Must serving dishes we thought about long after we’d pushed back from the table. 119 If you’re the kind of person who dreams of dinner ingredients longer than the average person, you’re gonna want to embark on this tasting tour. Denver Area ARVADA YAK & YETI RESTAURANT & BREWPUB TRY: Namaste with the salmon tandoori,

DENVER ACORN TRY: oak-grilled pork-belly BLT

MERCANTILE DINING & PROVISION TRY: caramelized potato gnocchi

OPHELIA’S ELECTRIC SOAPBOX POTAGER RESTAURANT TRY: chicken and waffles TRY: wood-fired Wisdom Farm chicken, Caramel-y, potato-y WELTON STREET CAFE goodness at Denver’s TRY: smothered pork chop Mercantile (eyes close, tongue rolls out of mouth ...). g33388-d380787-Reviews-Welton_ Street_Cafe-Denver_Colorado.html MERCANTILE DINING & PROVISIONS, MCCALL BURAU. MCCALL DINING & PROVISIONS, MERCANTILE 18 1-800-Colorado | 119 Colorado Must-Eats [ COLORADO ROOTS

LAKEWOOD THE COLORADO ROOM TRY: Combination of both the chicken WHITE FENCE FARM and pork sammys with sweet pota- TRY: unlimited corn fritters toes, Northeast GREELEY MORRISON AKRON ALBERTO’S THE FORT CORNERSTONE COFFEE TRY: deluxe smotherd bean burrito TRY: Bierocks Cabbage Pocket with TRY: General Armijo’s Colorado lamb with half green chile and half hot T-bones, German sausage e sauce, JB’S DRIVE IN PARKER TRY: cheeseburger with the works & BURLINGTON ELEV. 5900 KITCHEN AND BAR a root beer, ESSENTIAL FOODS TRY: The 5900 Burger AT HEALTH ESSENTIALS IDAHO SPRINGS TRY: Gentleman’s Club Sandwich with BEAUJO’S COLORADO STYLE PIZZA horseradish and the chive TRY: Pacific Plantation Mountain Pie Havarti cheeseburger — dip your crust in honey at the end THE MAIN CUP Front Range TOMMYKNOCKER TRY: caramel latte (cash only) BLACK HAWK BREWERY AND PUB TRY: Maple Nut Brown Ale with the g33334-d2350544-Reviews-The_ LAST SHOT RESTAURANT Gold Rush pork green chile Main_Cup-Burlington_Colorado.html TRY: Western blackened burger ELIZABETH JOHNSTOWN GAUDALAJARA MEXICAN BOULDER JOHNSON’S CORNER RESTAURANT BOULDER’S FARMERS’ MARKET TRY: cinnamon rolls TRY: Molcajete TRY: watermelon juice, DINING HALL TRY: grilled-poblano sandwich LONGMONT HOLYOKE MIKE O’SHAYS RESTAURANT SKILLETS LUCILE’S CREOLE CAFE & ALE HOUSE TRY: Italian vegetarian TRY: beignets, TRY: duck quesadillas skillets- WALNUT BREWERY holyoke TRY: veggie burger & salmon fish & chips, LOUISVILLE ZUCCA ITALIAN RISTORANTE BYERS TRY: lasagna, Loosen pants for COUNTRY BURGER Coopersmith’s TRY: Bulldog Burger SILVER PLUME winter warmers in five, four, BREAD BAR three ... TRY: Wild Mountain Sage Bitters FORT COLLINS BISETTI’S RISTORANTE TRY: Bisetti’s Lasagna,

COOPERSMITH’S PUB & BREWING TRY: limited-winter-edition Jingle Ale with Horsetooth -simmered bangers & mash COOPERSMITH’S PUB & BREWING, O’HARA PHOTOGRAPHY. COOPERSMITH’S 1-800-Colorado | 19 COLORADO ROOTS [ 119 Colorado Must-Eats

LIMON CARBONDALE OSCAR’S BAR & GRILLE TOWN. TRY: I Am Legend Salad TRY: gnocchi salad with mushrooms, Northwest squash, oregano & truffles SEDGWICK ASPEN CRAIG LUCY’S PLACE PINE CREEK COOKHOUSE TRY: Cookhouse Salad TRY: peach kale salad CARELLI’S PIZZERIA TRY: maple-cherry-pork- dining+in+Sedgwick+county+ tenderloin medallions RUSTIQUE BISTRO colorado&rflfq=1&tbm=lcl&rlfi= TRY: pan-roasted ruby trout hd:;si:6542679421294308863 COOL WATER GRILLE TRY: Green Chile Smothered Burger STERLING THE RED ONION RESTAURANT & SALOON Grille/265227456876965 BAJA TACOS TRY: red-onion cheeseburger TRY: Frito pie, DILLON OLD TOWN BISTRO TRY: Peppercorn Bleu Steak BRECKENRIDGE DILLON DAM BREWERY TRY: Maple Bourbon Pecan Trout Bistro-426258087423707 CUPPA JOE TRY: sweet-potato breakfast burrito YUMA EDWARDS Breckenridge/239439926067220 PAPER MOON ENTERTAINMENT BREWERY THE WARMING HUT TRY: a fresh veggie crafted pizza with TRY: brisket dip RESTAURANT & BAR gluten-free bread TRY: falafel lettuce wraps g33710-d4809273-Reviews-Paper_ GLENWOOD SPRINGS Moon_Entertainment-Yuma_Colorado. html JUICY LUCY’S STEAKHOUSE With shaved Brussels sprouts, TRY: local elk, cheddar & whole-grain mustard, jalapeño bratwurst fingerling potatoes and a citron beurre blanc, this Rustique Bistro delight will leave GRAND JUNCTION you feelin’ full and fancy. 626 ON ROOD TRY: heirloom tomato salad, Wagyu tenderloin & Elevation Colorado flight #10 of wine, BIN 707 FOODBAR TRY: cheese & charcuterie (make sure to order the first snow), Colora- do lamb tenderloin & Brussel sprouts ROCK SLIDE RESTAURANT & BREWERY TRY: Cream Ale with the Rabbit Valley ranch salad

GRAND LAKE FAT CAT CAFE TRY: Try Sally’s homemade hot sauce, 107706707909409882754/ about?gl=us&hl=en RUSTIQUE BISTRO, INSTAGRAM/RUSTIQUEBISTRO. BISTRO, RUSTIQUE 20 1-800-Colorado | 119 Colorado Must-Eats [ COLORADO ROOTS

HAYDEN CAÑON CITY MONTE VISTA WILD GOOSE AT THE GRANARY BALDO’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT QUEEN ANNE TEA ROOM TRY: sausage rolls, wildgoosegran TRY: chili rellenos, TRY: surf-n-turf dinner dos-mexican-restaurant-monte-vista THE SUNFLOUR BAKERY MEEKER COLORADO SPRINGS TRY: lemon-meringue pie MAFAMIGLIA RESTAURANT COLORADO MOUNTAIN BREWERY g33558-d7369409-Reviews-The_Sun TRY: Penne Rustica RESTAURANT & TAPHOUSE flour_Bakery_and_Catering-Monte_ TRY: beef Wellington & Vista_Colorado.html MEEKER & CAFE poppers, TRY: chicken-fried steak SAGUACHE GOURMET MARKET & CAFÉ 4TH STREET DINER & BAKERY TRY: curry chicken salad TRY: 4th Street Potato Supreme PALISADE PALISADE BREWING COMPANY KING’S CHEF DINER bakery-saguache-2 TRY: hoopy Cashed Out with a TRY: breakfast burrito with green giant Colorado brat chili, SALIDA CREEDE AMÍCAS PIZZA & MICROBREWERY STEAMBOAT SPRINGS TRY: Mocha Joe Porter with the Red TOMMYKNOCKER TAVERN Hot Mama Calzone, LAUNDRY KITCHEN & COCKTAILS TRY: Okie Pokey THE FRITZ TRY: Fiery Margarita TRY: seared ahi with wonton, avo, cukes, seaweed & spicy aioli MAZZOLA’S ITALIAN DINER DEL NORTE TRY: lamb bolognese THREE BARREL BREWING CO. TRY: Bernie the Axe with a HopTrash SOUTH FORK IPA, WALDEN BLUE CREEK LODGE TRY: chicken-fried steak & sweet-po- PARADISE LANES FAIRPLAY tato fries TRY: sutter mill sandwich and French JAVA fries, TRY: Monster Bar RAMONS MEXICAN RESTAURANT Lanes-1523224001269908 TRY: pollo al carbon & carne al SOUTH PARK BREWING carbon, TRY: Open Range IPA with the meat & mexican-restaurant-south-fork cheese platter South TWIN LAKES THE TWIN LAKES INN GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS TRY: grapefruit moscow mule THE PANTRY Central TRY: cinnamon-roll French toast ALAMOSA SAN LUIS VALLEY BREWING CO. LEADVILLE TRY: peanut butter, local honey & TENNESSEE PASS COOKHOUSE Southeast banana sandwich paired with a TRY: roasted bell pepper EADS Espresso Milk Stout, stuffed with quinoa CINNAMON JOE BUENA VISTA TRY: cinnamon knots EDDYLINE RESTAURANT MANITOU SPRINGS g33398-d7724610-Reviews-Cinna AT SOUTH MAIN THE BLUE STAR mon_Joe-Eads_Colorado.html TRY: Pumpkin Patch with the TRY: quiona burger, Colorado Pizza 1-800-Colorado | 21 COLORADO ROOTS [ 119 Colorado Must-Eats

K & M RANCH HOUSE RESTAURANT LA JUNTA PUEBLO TRY: K&M Burger BOSS HOGG’S SALOON ANGELO’S APEIZZA E CUCINA g33398-d2259945-Reviews-K_M_ & RESTAURANT TRY: Musso Farms Pizza Ranch_House_Restaurant-Eads_Colo TRY: Philly cheesesteak sandwich rado.html BINGO BURGER g60731-d1519603-Reviews-Boss_Hog TRY: Bingo & Goat Hill burgers g_s_Saloon_Restaurant-La_Junta_Col LA VETA orado.html GAGLIANO’S ITALIAN MARKET LA VETA LOCO COPPER KITCHEN TRY: Bada Roll, TRY: BLT with cheese, TRY: huevos rancheros gaglianos-italian-market-pueblo family-restaurant/la-veta-loco-llc g60731-d5241598-Reviews-Copper_ JORGE’S SOMBRERO Kitchen-La_Junta_Colorado.html TRY: chili fries LAMAR MILBERGER FARMS TRY: Pueblo-chile burger and a loaf of HICKORY HOUSE potica to go, TRY: tall stack of pancakes ROMERO’S CAFE 580997733/about?gl=us&hl=en TRY: green chile, THAI SPICY BASIL TRY: Moon Harbor and cream cheese ROCKY FORD Crust so pillowy, we & spinach wontons, want to take a nap 10TH HOLE BAR AND GRILL lamar-co/thai-spicy-basil-lamar on this pizza (or just TRY: deep-fried chimichanga burger shortly after consuming it). LAS ANIMAS 10th-hole-bar-and-grill CARMEN’S TRY: chicken quesadillas SPRINGFIELD PAPPY’S BBQ ORDWAY TRY: brisket sandwich BITS AND SPURS CAFE 666327/about?gl=us&hl=en TRY: pork chop with mashed potatoes & sausage gravy TRINIDAD restaurants RINO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT & STEAKHOUSE TRY: green-chile calamari

WESTCLIFFE BELLE’S DINER TRY: hot roast-beef-and- cheddar sandwich BellesDinerWestcliffe SKA BREWING COMPANY. 22 1-800-Colorado | 119 Colorado Must-Eats [ COLORADO ROOTS

If taste was measured by how tall a dish towers, this elk osso buco would be tops (as well as by all other taste Southwest measures). CORTEZ THE FARM BISTRO TRY: Black Bean Burger


DELTA CB’S TAVERN TRY: patty melt,

DOLORES THE PONY EXPRESSO TRY: breakfast burritos LAKE CITY PAO N IA g33391-d3617938-Reviews-The_ POKER ALICE PIZZA REVOLUTION BREWING Pony_Expresso-Dolores_Colorado. TRY: Royal Flush pizza TRY: lamb brats html g33512-d383157-Reviews-Poker_Al THE LIVING FARM CAFÉ ice_Pizza-Lake_City_Colorado.html DURANGO TRY: elk osso buco CHIMAYO STONE FIRED KITCHEN MANCOS TRY: squash fondue, mushroom pizza or roasted-vegetable salad ABSOLUTE BAKERY AND CAFE RIDGWAY TRY: coconut macaroons COLORADO BOY PUB & BREWERY EL MORO SPIRITS & TAVERN TRY: Nutella Dessert Pizza TRY: Mediterranean sandwich MONTROSE TED NELSON’S STEAKHOUSE SILVERTON SKA BREWING COMPANY TRY: 13-ounce ribeye HANDLEBARS FOOD & SALOON TRY: Imperial IPA with the mush- TRY: Western bacon cheeseburger room and goat-cheese pizza or Beer-Fed Burger, TELLURIDE GUNNISON MOUSE’S CHOCOLATES & COFFEE TRY: blackberry truffle ALLRED’S RESTAURANT TWISTED FORK TRY: grilled certified-Angus beef TRY: bibimbap tenderloin, tellurideskiresort. PAGOSA SPRINGS com/events-activities/dining/ allreds-restaurant LA VETA KIP’S GRILL TRY: guadalupe sandwich LA CUCINA DE LUZ ALYS’ RESTAURANT TRY: La Cocina Chop Salad TRY: Aly’s Fireside Sandwich PAGOSA BAKING COMPANY TRY: lentil salad with goat cheese THE LIVING FARM CAFÉ. THE LIVING FARM 1-800-Colorado | 23 Colorado’s historic districts are the windows into some of the state’s most enchanting, legend-filled nooks and crannies. Uncover fantastic Colorado lore with these walkable historic districts, just a few of our heritage areas.

Leadville South Park National Cripple Creek Historic District Heritage Area Historic District The country’s highest incorporated The town of Fairplay and its sur- The rural ranching community of city, Leadville sits at 10,152 feet and rounding 1,000 square miles were Cripple Creek was transformed boasts a 70-square-block National designated by Congress for telling into a renowned gold camp after Historic Landmark District and a an important story through distinc- a cowboy discovered gold here 20-square-mile preserved mining tive landscapes, historic structures in 1891. Many of the mining-era district (being celebrated above and recreational resources. The val- buildings remain today, including during the annual Boom Days ley that cradles South Park (no, not the Imperial Hotel and St. Paul’s event). Take the historic walking THAT South Park) is strewn with Catholic Church. Explore exhibits tour and see 50 buildings dating 19th-century ranches, twisty-turny and a 1,000-foot-deep underground back to 1870, including the largest bristlecone pines, Gold Rush-era shaft on a Mollie Kathleen Gold opera house west of the Mississippi mines and other historic sites. Mine tour. and a saloon visited by Oscar Wilde.

Sangre de Cristo Salida Historic Lake City National National Heritage Area District Historic District Named by Spanish explorers in The popular community More than 200 Victorian-era his- the 1800s for the brilliant red hue sits on the western bank of the toric houses and cabins, churches, the drapes the peaks at sunset, and is home to shops and public buildings in Lake this area spans three counties in Colorado’s largest historic district; City give testament to the tiny south- (county it also recently earned distinction town’s role in settling the American seats: Alamosa, San Luis and as one of the state’s 12 official West. Stop by the Lake City Museum Conejos). An amble through its Creative Districts. Take a walking to pick up a that will backroads and byways will swing tour of downtown Salida and visit dive you deep into this mountain you quietly alongside wildlife refug- detailed brick Victorian buildings town’s history. es, Great Sand Dunes National Park that include the Sherman Hotel and and Preserve, roadside farmstands, Antiques on First. small-town museums, the Cumbres & and scenic WANT MORE? railroads, historic missions and forts, and the Stations of the Cross Shrine. FROM LEFT: CITY OF LEADVILLE; SOUTH PARK NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA; ISTOCKPHOTO. HERITAGE NATIONAL LEFT:SOUTH PARK FROM CITY OF LEADVILLE; 24 1-800-Colorado | Tips for Picking [ COLORADO ROOTS


PRODUCE WHAT TO LOOK FOR SEASON APPLES Choose apples that are firm to the touch, without bruises, with good Aug.–Nov. Most are color and a pleasant smell. harvested in Sept. CANTALOUPE Ripe cantaloupe will have a distinctive aroma and the blossom end Aug.–mid-Oct. should yield to gentle pressure. Cantaloupes that were kept on the vine until fully ripe will have a clean depression where the stem was attached. Avoid cantaloupes that are shriveled, bruised or that have punctured or cracked rinds. CARROTS Carrots should be vibrant orange and well shaped with firm, smooth Aug.–Nov. exteriors. Avoid soft or wilted carrots or those with growth cracks or splits. CHERRIES Look for cherries that are plump, with firm, smooth and brightly colored Mid-June through skins. Good quality cherries should have green stems attached. Avoid mid-July. cherries with blemishes, rotted or mushy skins, or those that are shriv- eled and dull. LEAF Leaf lettuce should be crisp and well colored. Avoid leaf lettuce with June through Oct. LETTUCE yellow leaves or with leaves showing cracked ribs. ONIONS Good-quality dry onions should be firm and hard with short, tight necks Aug.–March. and dry, papery skins. A slightly loose outer skin is common and should not affect quality. Avoid onions that show mold, decay or blemishes. PEACHES Peaches should be picked when the background color (not the red side Aug.–mid-Sept. toward the sun, but the backside of the fruit) has changed from green to white or yellow. If the peaches are to be eaten quickly, the best possible peach is one that has already started to soften on the tree, however, if they are to be stored then they should still be firm, but with the light background color. POTATOES All potato varieties should be uniformly sized, fairly clean, firm and Year-round. smooth. Avoid potatoes with wrinkled skins, soft dark spots, cut surfaces or green appearance. Look for a variety of Colorado potatoes, including Yukon gold, russet, fingerling and purple. SWEET CORN Sweet corn should have fresh, green husks with silk ends that are free Mid-July through of decay or worms. Ears should be evenly covered with plump, consis- mid-Oct. tently sized kernels. Avoid corn with discolored or dry-looking husks, stem ends or kernels. TOMATOES Tomatoes should have bright, shiny skins and firm flesh. Avoid tomatoes Mid-July–mid-Oct. that are soft or mushy, lacking in color, or have blemishes or growth (greenhouse toma- cracks. toes year-round). WATERMELON Choose a symmetrical melon that is heavy for its size. Aug.–Sept.

Courtesy of the Colorado Department of Agriculture.

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Events and Festivals A Sampling of Regional Highlights

 National Western Stock Show, January Chefs, mixologists, bakers, butchers, florists and other  Bald Eagle Festival (Brighton), February artisans take the best agricultural products from around  Great American Beer Festival, October the state and share their handcrafted creations • dozens of breweries to tour • foodie heaven at the hyper-local busi- This Region’s Yummies nesses in The Source building • elk chops or buffalo sirloin at The Fort restaurant in Morrison • Arvada and City Park Beer, wine, spirits, baked goods, coffee, cocktails and farmers’ markets • a handful of locally focused restaurants hand-crafted fresh and locally sourced goods from all over at the historic, revitalized Union Station the state

ARVADA AURORA State Parks BRIGHTON CHERRY CREEK STATE Breweries Breweries PARK 4201 S. Parker Rd., Breweries ARVADA BEER CO BJ’S RESTAURANT AND 303-690-1166, FLOODSTAGE ALE WORKS 5600 Old Wadsworth Blvd., BREWHOUSE 14442 E. Cedar placestogo/parks/cherrycreek 170 S. Main St., 303-654-7972 303-467-2337, Ave., 303-366-3550, Wine & Wineries Farm & Ranch ODYSSEY BEERWERKS CODA BREWING CO 2101 N. DRAGON MEADERY 15260 Activities BREWERY AND TAPROOM Ursula St. #10, 720-324-8529, E. Iliff Ave., 720-371-1970, BERRY PATCH FARMS 5535 W. 56th Ave., 13785 Potomac St., 303-659- 303-421-0772, DAD & DUDE’S BREWERIA 5050, BENNETT 6730 S. Cornerstar Way, Ste. LULU’S FARM ROADSIDE YAK & YETI - ARVADA 7803 D, 303-400-5699, Farm & Ranch MARKET 13201 E. 144th Ave., Ralston Rd., 303-431-9000, 303-659-3300, Activities DRY DOCK BREWING, CO MURRAY FARMS CORN Farm & Ranch 15120 E. Hampden Ave., CARAMEL APPLE FARM MAZE 11010 Havana St., 303- 303-400-5606, GOAT DAIRY 5690 S. Tom 289-4264, Activities Bay Ct., 303-644-5677, PALIZZI FARM 15380 E. ANCIENT TREASURES DRY DOCK - NORTH DOCK 152nd Ave., 303-659-1970, ALPACA RANCH 10250 W. 2801 Tower Rd., LAZYB ACRES ALPACAS 84th Pl., 303-882-9778, 303-400-5606, 47705 E. County Rd. 34, 303-644-4110, YOXALL CREEK 773 County Rd. 17, 303-817-3306, STAR ACRE FARMS 8412 LAUNCH PAD BREWERY N. Alkire St., 303-968-6062, 884 S. Buckley Rd., LONGHOPES DONKEY llc-M29113 303-745-4599, SHELTER 66 N. Dutch Valley Farmers’ Markets Rd., 303-644-5930, State Parks MU BREWERY 9735 E. Colfax ARVADA FARMERS MAR- Ave., 720-446-8273, MILE HIGH FARMS & 13401 Picadilly Rd., 303-695- 57th & Old Wadsworth, KET PUMPKIN PATCH 11 Cava- 6005, 720-675-8757, naugh Rd., 303-344-2676, togo/parks/barrlake Distilleries Wildlife Viewing/ ARVADA FIVE PARKS PRIVATE LABEL SILVER BRIDLE RANCH FARMERS MARKET 13810 W. DISTILLERY 16730 E. 2nd ALPACAS, LLC 9300 Refuges 85th Dr., 303-456-7624, Ave., 720-289-3570, Schumaker Rd., 303-644-5093 ROCKY MOUNTAIN BIRD arvadafiveparksfarmersmark TALL GRASS FARMS OBSERVATORY 14500 Lark Farm & Ranch ALPACAS 3990 Vanderhoof Bunting Ln., 303-659-4348, History Museums Activities St., 720-276-2408, ARVADA CENTER FOR THE Wine & Wineries DELANEY COMMUNITY TOM BAY FARM STAND 375 ARTS AND HUMANITIES FARM 170 S. Chambers Rd., 6901 Wadsworth Blvd., N. Tom Bay Rd., BAD BITCH CELLARS 15090 303-292-9900, 720-898-7200, 303-644-5005, Lansing St., 303-807-3906, Farmers’ Markets History Museums Wine & Wineries BENNETT COMMUNITY BROOMFIELD AURORA HISTORY SILVER VINES WINERY MARKET 401 S. 1st St., MUSEUM 15051 E. Alameda Breweries 7509 Grandview Ave., 303-304-6112, Pkwy., 303-739-6660, 303-456-5212, BIG CHOICE BREWING 7270 W. 118th Pl., Unit A, 303-469- 2916,

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FOUR NOSES BREWING CO CALF RANCH CONIFER CHAIN REACTION BREWING 8855 W. 116th Cir., Ste 4, 720- 2330 S. Interstate 25, 902 S. Lipan St., 460-2797, 303-688-1026, Farm & Ranch 303-922-0960, GORDON BIERSCH SILKEN SURI ALPACA Activities BREWERY - RESTAURANT RANCH 6219 Lake Gulch Rd., CO-BREW 1133 N. Broadway, 1 W. Flatiron Crossing Dr. 303-258-7835, HIGH TIMBER ALPACA 720-485-4959, #428, 720-887-2991, RANCH 11375 Pauls Dr., Farmers’ Markets 303-816-1408, COMRADE BREWING CO HONEYJACK MEAD 9769 W. CASTLE ROCK FARMER’S 7667 E. Iliff Ave. #F, 720-748- 119th Dr. Bay 7, 303-709-7422, MARKET 3rd St., Farmers’ Markets 0700, 720-733-6951, COPPER KETTLE BREWING CONIFER FARMERS’ NIGHTHAWK BREWERY MARKET 5557 Conifer Rd., CO 1338 S. Valentia St., Unit 2780 Industrial Ln., 720-375- Wine & Wineries 100, 720-443-2522, 3693, CONCETTA CELLARS 4637 FarmersMarket WONDERLAND BREWING N. Foxtail Dr., 303-663-0110 CREEDE BREWING CO 7314 CO 5450 W. 120th Ave., Riding Washington St., 303-287-4824, RUBY TRUST CELLARS 864 303-953-0400, BEAR MOUNTAIN W. Happy Canyon Rd., 720-202-2041, STABLES,LLC 11778 Wonder CROOKED STAVE ARTISAN Distilleries Dr., 303-588-2551, BEER PROJECT 3350 Brighton Blvd., 720-550-8860, WHISTLING HARE DISTILL- ERY 7655 W. 108th Ave., 720- Wine & Wineries DE STEEG BREWING CO 335-6009, Breweries J. SUSI WINERY 26832 4342 Tennyson St., 303-484- Farm & Ranch Barkley Rd., 303-717-1527, 9698, BLUE SPRUCE BREWING Activities COMPANY 4151 E. County DECLARATION BREWING Line Rd., 303-771-0590, CO 2030 S. Cherokee St., ANDERSEN FARMS 1000 DENVER 303-955-7410, E. 160th Ave., 720-201-4672, TWO22 BREW 4550 S. Breweries Reservoir Rd., 720-328-9038, DEEP DRAFT BREWERY ROCK CREEK FARM 2005 ALPINE DOG BREWERY 1604 E. 17th Ave., 303-646- S. 112th St., 303-465-9565, 1505 Ogden St., 303-895-5783, 7710, Distilleries DENVER BEER CO 1695 Farmers’ Markets DOWNSLOPE DISTILLING BAERE BREWING CO 320 Platte St., 303-433-2739, Broadway, Ste. E, 970-901- BROOMFIELD FARM- 6770 S. Dawson Cir., Ste 400, 303-693-4300, 4810, ERS’ MARKET AT HOLY DENVER BEER CO - CAN- BERYL’S BEER COMPANY COMFORTER EPISCOPAL WORKS 4455 Jason St., 303- 3120 C Blake St., 720-420- 433-2739, CHURCH 1700 W. 10th Ave., Farm & Ranch 0826, 303-466-2667, Activities DENVER CHOP HOUSE AND BIERSTADT LAGERHAUS BREWERY 1735 19th St. #100, 2875 Blake St., 720-372-3791, KAMI ALPACA RANCH 6680 303-296-0800, BROOMFIELD PLAZA FARMERS MARKET 120th & S. Abilene Way, 303-358-0845, haus-1378445749083049 DENVER MICROBREW TOUR Sheridan, 970-785-6133 Downtown Denver, BLACK SHIRT BREWING CO Horseback Riding Farmers’ Markets 303-578-9548, 3719 Walnut St., 303-993-2799, SATURDAY MARKET AT RUNNING WOLF RIDING DIEBOLT BREWING CO 3855 CENTER 15589 St., TAGAWA GARDENS 7711 S. BLACK SKY BREWERY 490 Parker Rd., 303-690-4722, Mariposa St., 918-625-9038, 720-933-8301, Santa Fe Dr., 720-708-5816, EPIC BREWING CO 3001 Wine & Wineries Guest & Dude BLUE MOON BREWING CO Walnut St., 720-539-7410, Ranches AT THE SANDLOT 2161 Blake HONEY JACK MEAD 9769 W. St., 303-312-2553, 119th Dr, Bay 7, 303-746-0193, BEAVER VALLEY RANCH FACTOTUM BREWHOUSE 6170 S. Potomac Way, 3845 Lipan St., 720-441-4735, BRECKENRIDGE ALE MESA WINERY 303-790-2546, HOUSE AT AMATOS 2501 11705 Teller St., 303-653-3822, 16th St., 303-433-9734, FERMAENTRA 1715 E. Wine & Wineries Evans Ave., 303-955-0736, CASTLE ROCK WATER 2 WINE 8130 S. Uni- BRECKENRIDGE COLORADO versity #110, 720-489-9463, CRAFT 2220 Blake St., FICTION BEER COMPANY 7101 E. Colfax Ave., 720-456- Breweries 303-297-3644, centennial/home 7163, ROCKYARD AMERICAN BULL AND BUSH BREWERY FORMER FUTURE BREWING GRILL & BREWING CO WATERS EDGE WINERY 2101 E. Arapahoe, Ste. 101, 4700 Cherry Creek Dr. S., 303- CO 1290 S. Broadway, 720- 880 Castleton Rd., 720-839-5053, 759-0333, 441-4253, 303-814-9273, C SQUARED CIDERS 2875 GOLDSPOT BREWING 4970 ROCKYARD BREWING CO Blake St., 720-437-1428, Lowell Blvd., 303-955-5657, 880 W. Castleton Rd., COMMERCE CITY 303-814-9273, CALL TO ARMS BREWING GRANDMA’S HOUSE 1710 Farm & Ranch Factories/Mine 4526 Tennyson St., 720-328- S. Broadway, 303-578-6754, Activities Tours/Gold Panning 8258, CAUTION BREWING CO GREAT DIVIDE BARREL AMAZING GRACE ACRES GOLDSTRIKE ADVENTURES 12445 E. 39th Ave., 970-315- BAR 1812 35th St., 303-296- 9017 N. Clydesdale Dr., 15378 E. 99th Way, 720-250-7539, 2739, 9460, 303-858-1960, co.foodmarket coloradogoldexperience amazing-grace-acres

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GREAT DIVIDE BREWING WYNKOOP BREWING PROXIMO DISTILLERS, LLC HIGHLAND FARMERS’ COMPANY 2201 Arapahoe St., COMPANY 1634 18th St., 200 S. Kalamath St., MARKET 1500 Boulder St., 303-296-9460, 303-297-2700, 303-733-3514 303-734-0718, denverhighland. ZEPHYR BREWING 2601 RISING SUN DISTILLERY org/farmers-market HOGSHEAD BREWERY 4460 Walnut St., 720-295-9374, 1330 Zuni St., 303-330-0944, LOWRY FARMERS’ MARKET W. 29th Ave., 303-495-3105, AT HANGAR 2 7581 E. Certified Creative STRANAHAN’S COLORADO Academy Blvd., 303-840-0045, JAGGED MOUNTAIN CRAFT WHISKEY 200 S. Kalamath BREWERY 1139 20th St., Districts St., 303-296-7440, market 720-689-2337, DENVER’S ART DISTRICT NORTHFIELD FARMERS ON SANTE FE Santa Fe Dr. & Farm & Ranch MARKET I-70 & Quebec, LITTLE MACHINE BEER Kalamath St., 303-621-8081, 2924 W. 20th Ave., 303-284- Activities com/site/sunwebsite1/ sustainability/farmers- 7893, RIVER NORTH ART DIS- COLORADO AQUAPONICS - markets LOST HIGHWAY BREWING TRICT 2400 Curtis St., 303- FLOURISH FARM CO 520 E. Colfax, 892-3840, 4751 York St., 303-246-3750, STAPLETON FOUNDER’S GREEN FARMER’S MARKET 720-550-8704, Culinary Activities DAGSTANI & SONS 760 E. 29th Ave. & Roslyn St., BLUE BEAR FARM @ Josephine St., 303-442-1837, LOWDOWN BREWERY & KITCHEN 800 Lincoln Ave., COLORADO CONVENTION 720-524-8065, CENTER 700 14th St., DENVER URBAN GARDENS UNION STATION FARMERS 203-975-5903, 1031 33rd St., Ste. 100, MARKET 1701 Wynkoop St., 303-292-9900, 800-872-7245, MOCKERY BREWING 3501 about-us/sustainability/ event/denver-union- Delgany St., 303-953-2058, blue-bear-farm# FARM YARD URBAN FARM station-harvest-market 445 S. Pearl St., 303-733- CENTENNIAL TOURS 1525 9207, Farm & Ranch Stays OUR MUTUAL FRIEND MALT Yates St., 202-699-1131, & BREW 2810 Larimer St., GRANATA FARMS 2071 JEFFERSON FARMS NAT- 720-722-2810, Grape St., 303-321-2735, URAL FIBERS PACO-VICU- DENVER HANDMADE PINTS PUB BREWERY & NAS 8950 W. Jefferson Ave., HOMEMADE MARKET CLUB farms-M15094 FREEHOUSE 221 W. 13th Ave., 734 Santa Fe Dr., 303-870-3056, jeffersonfarms 303-534-7543, GROWHAUS 4751 York St., PLATT PARK BREWING CO 720-515-4751, Historic Places & DENVER HONEY COMPANY 1875 S. Pearl St., 303-968- 3265 Madison St., Districts 6674, 303-385-7077, HEIRLOOM GARDENS 4460 PROST BREWING 2540 19th Winona Ct., 303-956-7203, PLATTE VALLEY TROLLEY St., 303-729-1175, 700 Water St., 303-458-6255, DEVIL’S FOOD BAKERY & COOKERY 1020 S. Gaylord LITTLE RAVEN FARMS 4947 RATIO BEERWORKS 2920 St., 303-733-7448, Lowell, 720-446-9057, little History Museums Larimer St., 303-997-8288, BLACK AMERICAN WEST GARDEN 3435 Albion St., SPROUT CITY FARMS 6700 MUSEUM & HERITAGE RENEGADE BREWING 925 303-321-5231, E. Virginia Ave., 720-319-8126, CENTER 3091 St., W. 9th Ave., 720-401-4089, 720-242-7428, blackamerican HAMMONDS CANDIES 5735 SUNNYSIDE UP FARM RIVER NORTH BREWERY N. Washington St., 303-333- 4736 Bryant St., BYERS-EVANS HOUSE 2401 Blake St., #1, 303-296- 5588, MUSEUM 1310 Bannock St., 2617, MARCYZK FINE FOODS 770 URBAN FARM AT STAPLE- 303-620-4933, byersevans ROCK BOTTOM RESTAU- E. 17th Ave., 303-894-9499, TON 10200 Smith Rd., 303- RANT AND BREWERY 307-9332, DENVER MUSEUM OF 1001 16th St., 303-534-7616, THE SOURCE ZUNI GARDENS 4023 Zuni, MINIATURES, DOLLS AND 3350 Brighton Blvd., 720-443- 303-800-6072, TOYS 1880 Gaylord, ROCK BOTTOM - DENVER 1135, com/site/zunigardens 303-322-1053, INT. AIRPORT 9100 N. Pena TENDER BELLY 5140 Ract Farmers’ Markets FOUR MILE HISTORIC PARK Blvd., Concourse C, 303-342- Ct., #4, 303-305-4360, 715 S. Forest St., 720-865- 6667, BROADWAY FARMERS 0800, MARKET 23 Lincoln, 303-722- SPANGALANG BREWERY TRUFFLE CHEESE SHOP CEN- 2736 Welton St., 303-297-1276, 4679, 2906 E. 6th Ave., 303-322- broadway_farmers_market TER 1200 Broadway, 7363, 303-447-8679, STATION 26 BREWING CO CHERRY CREEK FRESH 7045 E. 38th Ave., 303-333- Distilleries MARKET 1st & University, 303-442-1847, MIZEL MUSEUM 400 S. 1825, BEAR CREEK DISTILLERY Kearney, 303-394-9993, STRANGE BREWING 1330 1879 S. Acoma St., 303-955- 4638, CITY PARK ESPLANADE Zuni, Unit M, 720-985-2337, MOLLY BROWN HOUSE FRESH MARKET E. Colfax BLANK AND BOOTH MUSEUM 1340 Pennsylvania DISTILLING COMPANY 999 Ave. & Columbine St., TRVE BREWING CO 227 303-442-1837, St., 303-832-4092, Broadway, #101, 303-351-1021, Vallejo St., 406-861-7501, WINGS OVER THE ROCKIES LAWS WHISKEY HOUSE DENVER BOTANIC GAR- VINE STREET PUB & DENS 1007 York St., 720-865- AIR & SPACE MUSEUM 7711 1420 S. Acoma St,, 720-570- E. Academy Blvd., 303-360- BREWERY 1700 Vine St., 3501, 303-388-2337, 1420, 5360, LEOPOLD BROTHERS 5285 DENVER OLD SOUTH PEARL FARMER’S MARKET Museums WIT’S END BREWING COM- Joliet St., 303-307-1515, 1500 block of S. Pearl St., CHILDREN’S MUSEUM OF PANY 2505 W. 2nd Ave., #13, 303-242-1032, 303-459-4379, MILE HIGH SPIRITS 2201 DENVER 2121 Children’s Museum Dr., 303-433-7444, Lawrence St., 303-296-2226, market/

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COLORADO SPORTS HALL COLORADO CIDER COM- Farm & Ranch Historic Places & OF FAME 1701 Mile High PANY 2650 W. 2nd Ave. #10, Stadium Cir., Ste. 500, 720- 303-759-3560, Activities Districts 258-3888, BLAZING STAR RANCH SOUTH PLATTE VALLEY COUNTERTERRORISM COLORADO WINERY ROW 3424 S. Broadway, 303-713- HISTORICAL SOCIETY 2001 EDUCATION LEARNING LAB 4640 Pecos St., 1022, Historic Park Way, (CELL) 99 W. 12th Ave., ENGLEWOOD URBAN FARM 303-857-1710, 303-844-4000, INFINITE MONKEY 607 W. Dartmouth Ave., Wine & Wineries DENVER FIREFIGHTERS THEOREM 3200 Larimer St., 310-409-7094 RIVER GARDEN WINERY MUSEUM 1326 Tremont Pl., 303-736-8376, FORTE FARMS INC. 4021 S. 9490 Cnty Rd. 25, 303-304- 303-892-1436, Federal Blvd., 303-789-3845, 4064, KINGMAN ESTATES WIN- DENVER MUSEUM OF ERY 800 E. 64th Ave., 720- FRANKTOWN NATURE & SCIENCE 2001 369-3164, EVERGREEN Colorado Blvd., 303-370-6000, MILE HIGH WINERY 2811 LUCKYLURE CHRISTMAS Farm & Ranch Walnut St., 303-296-9463, TREES “HOLIDAY ACTIVITY Activities FEDERAL RESERVE BANK CENTER” 5231 Hwy. 73, MTH FARM 1382 Flintwood OF KC - DENVER BRANCH, RYKER’S CELLAR 4640 303-674-5777, MONEY MUSEUM 1020 16th Rd., 303-688-3266, Pecos St., 720-437-9537, St., 816-881-2683, kansascity Farmers’ Markets SHAMBALAH ALPACA SMALL WONDER FOOD AND EVERGREEN FARMER’S RANCH 7157 E. Park Dr., FORNEY MUSEUM OF WINE 3489 W. 32nd Ave., TRANSPORTATION 4303 MARKET 1240-1262 Bergen 303-588-2076, 303-433-2535, Brighton Blvd., 303-297-1113, Pkwy., 303-477-3900, TRES AMIGOS RANCH SPERO WINERY 3316 W. 64th RED ROCKS AMPHITHE- EVERGREEN FARMERS ALPACAS 12000 S. Hwy. 83, Ave., 720-519-1506, 303-688-1713, ATRE & MARKET AT BERGEN PARK 18300 W. Alameda Pkwy., 720- Bergen Parkway & Sugar 865-2494, STEM CIDERS 2811 Walnut Bush, 303-903-6195, State Parks St., 720-443-3007, US MINT 320 W. Colfax Ave., CASTLEWOOD CANYON 303-405-4761, Guest & Dude STATE PARK 2989 S. Hwy. TEWKSBURY & CO TAST- ING ROOM 1512 Larimer St., Ranches 83, 303-688-5242, cpw.state. Outdoor Outfitters R-14, 303-825-1880, BEAR CREEK CABINS 27400 woodcanyon MATSCHEE GUIDE SER- Hwy. 74, 303-674-3442, VICE, LLC, 303-864-0547, VERSO CELLARS 300 W. 11th GOLDEN Ave., 303-587-9740, History Museums Wildlife Viewing/ Breweries WILD WOMEN WINE 1660 HIWAN HOMESTEAD Refuges Champa St., 303-534-0788, MUSEUM 4208 S. Timbervale AC GOLDEN BREWING CO Dr., 720-497-7650, jchscolor 1301 Ford St., 303-292-3926, BLUFF LAKE NATURE CEN- TER Havana Way, 303-344- WINE & WHEY 3559 Larimer 0031, St., 303-325-3831, HUMPHREY MEMORIAL BARRELS & BOTTLES PARK & MUSEUM 620 Soda BREWERY 600 12th St., 720- COLORADO PARKS AND Creek Rd., 303-674-5429, 328-3643, WILDLIFE - DENVER WILD- LIFE SERVICE CENTER/ EDGEWATER CANNONBALL CREEK NE REGION OFFICE 6060 Wine & Wineries BREWING CO 393 N. Wash- Broadway, 303-291-7227, Breweries ington Ave., 303-278-0111, CREEKSIDE CELLARS 28036 JOYRIDE BREWING CO 2501 Hwy. 74, 303-674-5460, IN- Sheridan Blvd., 720-432-7560, GOLDEN CITY BREWERY FORMATION CENTER (ORIC) 920 12th St., 303-279-8092, 1416 Platte St., 303-756-3100, FRONT RANGE WINE TRAIL Farmers’ Markets 28036 Hwy. 74, MOUNTAIN TOAD BREWING WILD ANIMAL SANCTUARY EDGEWATER FARMERS’ 900 Washington Ave., 1946 Weld County Rd. (WCR) MARKET 2401 Sheridan Blvd., FEDERAL 720-638-3244, 53, 303-536-0118, 303-235-8300, HEIGHTS Culinary Activities Wine & Wineries ENGLEWOOD Culinary Activities HONEYBEE KEEP 14020 W. 32nd Ave., 303-248-6677, BACCHANALIAN SOCIETY HILLTOP GARDENS 9660 N. Breweries OF DENVER 50 S. Steele Federal Blvd., 303-465-2226, St., Ste. 830, 720-253-1818, BREW ON BROADWAY (THE Distilleries ) 3445 S. Broadway, BALISTRERI VINEYARDS 303-781-5665, GOLDEN MOON DISTILLERY 1946 E. 66th Ave., 303-287- 412 Violet St., 303-993-7174, 5156, CB & POTTS 6575 S. Farm & Ranch BONACQUISTI WINE COM- Greenwood Plaza Blvd., Activities STATE 38 DISTILLING 400 PANY 4640 Pecos St., Unit I, 303-770-1982, Corporate Cir., Ste. B, ANDERS FARM 8443 US 720-242-7219, 303-477-WINE, ROCK BOTTOM BREWERY Hwy. 85, 303-857-6321, COFFEE AT THE POINT 9627 E. County Line Rd., 303- Farm & Ranch TASTING ROOM 710 E. 26th 792-9090, Farm/138514266184151 Activities Ave., 303-955-2237, Distilleries MY ONE ACRE FARM TAHA SURI ALPACA 4251 Hart St., 303-810-3195, RANCH 23109 US Hwy. 40, DEVIL’S HEAD DISTILLERY, LLC 3296 S. Acoma St., 303-704-7928, 720-935-0117,

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Farmers’ Markets HENDERSON Farm & Ranch LIVING THE DREAM Activities BREWING 12305 Dumont GOLDEN FARMERS’ Farmers’ Markets Way, Unit A, 303-284-9585, MARKET 10th Ave. (Golden EVERITT FARMS 9400 W. Library), 303-279-3113, MILE HIGH FLEA MARKET Alameda Ave., 303-525-1116, LOCAVORE BEER WORKS YEAR-ROUND FARMERS 5950 S. Platte Canyon Rd., MARKET 7007 E. 88th Ave., Historic Places & HARVEST MOUNTAIN FARM 303-309-2896, 303-289-4656, Districts GARDENS 1875 Wadsworth Blvd., 720-231-8337, harvest OLD MILL BREWERY AND BOETTCHER MANSION 900 PALOMBO FARMS MARKET GRILL 5798 S. Rapp St., 303- Rd., 720-497-7630, 11500 Havana St., 303-287- 797-2433, 0134, JENSEN’S FLOWER & GAR- DENS 845 Wadsworth Blvd., SAINT PATRICKS BREWING History Museums 303-237-5545, CO 2842 W. Bowles Ave., HIGHLANDS ASTOR HOUSE AND CLEAR RANCH 303-718-7575, CREEK HISTORY PARK Farmers’ Markets 822 12th St., 303-278-3557, Breweries Farmers’ Markets BELMAR FRESH MARKET GRIST BREWING CO 9150 Wadsworth & Alameda, LITTLETON FARMERS’ GRAVE AND 303-442-1837, MARKET 7301 S. Santa Fe, MUSEUM 987 1/2 Lookout Commerce Ctr. Cir., Ste 300, 720-360-4782, 303-887-3276, Mountain Rd., 303-526-0744, DENVER FEDERAL CENTER FARMERS MARKET 4th St. & SOUTHWEST PLAZA COLORADO RAILROAD THREE FREAKS BREWERY 7140 E. County Line Rd., Main Ave., 303-236-2836, FARMERS MARKET 8501 W. MUSEUM 17155 W. 44th Ave., 720-299-0994, Bowles Ave., 303-887-3276, 303-279-4591, Outdoor Outfitters GOLDEN HISTORY CENTER Farm & Ranch LA GARITA OUTFITTERS, Historic Places & 923 Tenth St., 303-278-3557, Activities LLC, 303-704-7765, Districts SNOOZING DOGS FARM BARN AT CREEK Museums 3591 Boardwalk Cir., 303-345- LARKSPUR 7301 W. Bowles Ave., 7620, 502-727-8881, AMERICAN MOUNTAINEER- ING MUSEUM 710 10th St., Farmers’ Markets Distilleries 303-996-2755, MYSTIC MOUNTAIN Horseback Riding HIGHLANDS RANCH TOWN CENTER FARMERS’ MAR- DISTILLERY 11505 Spring AFFORDABLE HORSEBACK COLORADO SCHOOL OF KET 9288 Dorchester St., Valley Rd., 303-663-9375, RIDING LESSONS C-470 MINES GEOLOGY MUSEUM 303-887-3276, denverfarmers & Ken Caryl, 612-964-6467, 1310 Maple St., 303-273-3815, Farm & Ranch Horseback Riding Activities AMERICAN SPORT HORSES LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN NA- 7745 N. Moore Rd., 303-346- TURE CENTER 910 Colorow HRCA-BACKCOUNTRY BUSY FARM 960 Inde- 7493, Rd., 720-497-7600, WILDERNESS AREA HORSE pendence Dr., 303-657-5360, ENGLISH HORSEBACK parks/parks-and-trails/look PROGRAMS 4800 McArthur out-mountain-nature-center RIDING LESSONS 7990 S. Ranch Rd., 303-471-7078, DUTCH HERITAGE GAR- Santa Fe Dr., 303-408-6651, Outdoor Outfitters DENS 119010 E. Palmer Divide, ClassesCampsActivities.aspx 303-660-1196, COWBOY CAMP OUTFIT- LEGACY EQUESTRIANS TERS, INC., 303-981-4615, KEENESBURG FRUITION FARM 14347 E. 7990 S. Santa Fe Dr., Cherry Creek Rd., 970-376- 303-408-6651, Farm & Ranch 3232, Scenic & Historic Activities LINDEN HILLS ALPACA Outdoor Outfitters Byways FARM 12220 Mesa View Rd., UGLY GOAT MILK COMPA- TARRYALL OUTFITTERS, LARIAT LOOP NATIONAL 720-380-3267, NY 16420 Cavanaugh Rd., 719-838-4004, SCENIC BYWAY 987 1/2 303-870-3785, Lookout Mountain Rd., SOCOLOFSKY FARMS, LLC 5445 Best Rd., 303-663-0083, State Parks LAKEWOOD State Parks Breweries Wine & Wineries 11500 N. Roxborough Park Rd., GOLDEN GATE CANYON 303-791-7275, CAUTION: BREWING STATE PARK 92 Crawford SPRUCE MOUNTAIN placestogo/parks/chatfield Gulch Rd., 303-582-3707, COMPANY - WEST 1057 S. MEADERY 1218 Yarnell Dr., Wadsworth Blvd. #60, 719-351-4909, Wine & Wineries parks/goldengatecanyon 970-315-2739, AVANTI WINERY 9046 W. Bowles Ave., 303-904-7650, GREENWOOD GREAT FRONTIER BREWING LITTLETON CO 2010 S. Oak, 303-257- VILLAGE 5959, Breweries BLACK ARTS CELLARS 11616 Shaffer Pl., 303-722- Wine & Wineries IRONWORKS BREWERY 38 STATE BREWING CO 0669, AND PUB 12354 W. Alameda 8071 S. Broadway, Unit A, INVINTIONS 9608 E. Pkwy., 303-985-5818, 720-638-3678, LEGACY WINERY AND Arapahoe Rd., 303-799-9463, VINEYARDS 5728 S. Rapp St., 303-798-0196, Certified Creative BRECKENRIDGE BREWERY WATER 2 WINE 9608 E. FARMHOUSE 2920 Brewery Arapahoe Rd., 303-799-WINE, Districts Ln., 303-803-1380, VINTNER’S CELLAR WINERY 40 WEST ARTS DISTRICT OF LITTLETON 10125 W. San 1560 Teller St., 303-275-3430, Juan Way, Unit 110, 303-904- 8466,

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LONE TREE BROKEN TRAILS ALPACAS ROXBOROUGH WESTMINSTER BREWING RANCH 9202 Rd., CO 7655 W. 108th Ave., Unit Breweries 720-363-9859, facebook. State Parks 600, 303-284-1864, com/Broken-Trails-Alpaca- LONE TREE BREWING 8200 Ranch-390382444334191 ROXBOROUGH STATE YAK & YETI 8665 N. Sher- Park Meadows Dr., #8222, PARK 4751 E. Roxborough FLAT ACRE FARMS 11321 idan Blvd., 303-426-1976, 303-792-5822, Dransfeldt Rd., 303-805-1038, Dr., 303-973-3959, cpw.state. borough Farmers’ Markets MORRISON GRANDVIEW SURI ALPAC- AS 12102 N. 1st St., SEDALIA ORCHARDS FARMERS’ Archaeological Sites MARKET 14697 Deleware Farm & Ranch St., Ste. 850, 303-621-8081, 16831 W. PHILLIPS PHARMS 8500 E. Alameda Pkwy., 303-697-3466, Bayou Gulch Rd., 303-783- Activities go/mallevents.cfm 0610, SUNRISE RIDGE ALPACAS WESTMINSTER FARMERS Museums RICHARDSON’S ROYAL 4047 Bear Canyon Cir., MARKET 8800 Sheridan, ALPACAS 8712 N. Awl Rd., 281-250-2000, 303-284-5203, MORRISON NATURAL 303-841-2655, HISTORY MUSEUM 501 Col- RichardsonsRoyalAlpacas 4098 orado Hwy. 8, 303-697-1873, TRIPLE H RANCH Farmers’ Markets N. Hwy. 67, 720-733-2672, WHEAT RIDGE PARKER FARMERS MAR- Breweries Wine & Wineries KET Parker Rd. & Main St., Guest & Dude AMBER RIDGE VINEYARDS 303-621-8081, Ranches BREWERY RICKOLI 4335 PO Box 1042, 303-697-7058, Wadsworth, 303-344-8988, parker-colorado LOST VALLEY RANCH 29555 Goose Creek Rd., 303-647- Horseback Riding COLORADO PLUS BREW- MOUNTAIN FALLS 2311, PUB 6995 W. 38th Ave., 720- WORTHY RANCH & STA- Outdoor Outfitters 353-4853, Distilleries BLES, LLC 4241 W. Parker Rd., 303-841-9405, LOST VALLEY RANCH Culinary Activities BLACK BEAR DISTILLERY CORP., 303-647-2311, HEINIE’S MARKET 11801 10375 Ave., 719-964- 2990, Museums W. 44th Ave., 303-425-9955, Wine & Wineries NORTHGLENN LINIGER BUILDING AT CU SOUTH DENVER/THE WILD- ALLIS RANCH WINERY 901 Distilleries Breweries LIFE EXPERIENCE 10035 Allis Ranch Rd., 303-881-1294, PAT’S BACKCOUNTRY Peoria St., 720-488-3300, BEVERAGES INC. 8125 W. BEER BY DESIGN BREWERY 48th Ave., 303-431-6980, 1200 E. 112th, Unit 1, Denver/Pages/default.aspx SHERIDAN VEHICLE VAULT CAR Farm & Ranch MUSEUM 18301 Lincoln Mead- Breweries Factories/Mine Activities Tours/Gold Panning ows Pkwy., 303-626-8920, BOGGY DRAW BREWERY & TAPHOUSE 3535 S. Platte CIRCLE FRESH FARMS 4255 PROSPECT- Wine & Wineries River Dr., 720-940-0338, Yarrow St., 303-431-0261 ING SUPPLY AND GOLD CLEAR CREEK ORGANICS PANNING 1006 W. 104th Ave., PURGATORY CELLARS 720-502-4984, 11100 W. 38th Ave., 720-588- WINERY 18921 Plaza Dr., Ste. THORNTON 8258, 100, 303-600-8209, HANCE RANCH ALPACAS Farmers’ Markets Farm & Ranch Activities 11818 W. 52nd Ave., 303-422- NORTHGLENN FARMERS’ PINE 4681, MARKET Northglenn Mall, CRAZED CORN FIELD MAZE TWO BEAR FARMS 4219 970-785-6133, Farm & Ranch Stays - COLORADO PUMPKIN Xenon St., 303-422-3381, PATCH E. 104th Ave. & PARKER ANCHORAGE FARM 12889 Riverdale Rd., 720-408-0006, S. Parker Ave., 303-838-5430, Farmers’ Markets Breweries HILL’S HARVEST 3225 E. WHEAT RIDGE FARMER’S BARNETT & SON BREWING State Parks 124th Ave., 303-451-5637, MARKET 4252 Wadsworth CO 18425 Dr. Blvd., 303-809-2865, #125, 720-420-0462, 12102 S. Elk Creek Rd., 303- WESTMINSTER 816-0912, Outdoor Outfitters ELK MOUNTAIN BREWING placestogo/parks/staunton Breweries COLORADO OUTDOOR 18921 Plaza Dr., Unit #104, 303-805-2739, ROGGEN BJ’S RESTAURANT AND SPORTS, 720-300-9400, BREWHOUSE 10446 E. Town Farm & Ranch Center Dr., 303-398-6444, ROCKY MOUNTAIN HALL BREWING 10970 S. Parker Rd., 303-507-5801, Activities RANCHES, LTD., 970-439-1894, VALLEY ORGANICS, KOKOPELLI BEER CO 8931 Harlan St., 720-840-6835, INC/GOLDEN WEST FARMS HALL BREWING CO 8530 Vinegaroon Rd., 303-507-5801, 4680 County Rd. 87, 303-419-8305, ROCK BOTTOM 14694 Orchard Pkwy., #400, 303- Farm & Ranch 255-1625, Activities ROCK BOTTOM 10633 West- ALTA VIDA ALPACAS 9535 minster Blvd., #900, 720-566- E. Parker Rd., 303-884-7374, 0198, 1-800-Colorado | 31 FRONT RANGE

Events and Festivals A Sampling of Regional Highlights

 Greeley Stampede, June Boulder Farmers’ Market • Fort Collins Farmers Market  Colorado Brewers’ Festival (Fort Collins), June • Loveland Farmers Market • hops-to-table beer dinners • brewery, distillery and winery tours • The Kitchen,  Boulder Craft Beer Festival, August Bramble and Hare or Blackbelly Market in Boulder • Fish  Estes Park Elk Fest, October or Restaurant 415 in Fort Collins • foodie-friendly farms  Georgetown Christmas Market, December • pairings, tours, classes, festivals and events galore, all year long • craft coffee shops • farm dinners • chefs turned This Region’s Yummies farmers • bike-to-brewery tours • an exploding organic and natural foods industry Natural and organic foods, beer, wine, mead, spirits, cheeses, berries, apples, vegetables and beef

ALLENSPARK BERTHOUD BOULDER OPEN DOOR BREWING CO 630 A 30th St. Ste 401, Guest & Dude Breweries Breweries 720-593-1401, Ranches BERTHOUD BREWING CO ASHER BREWING RED STONE MEADERY LANE GUEST RANCH 450 8th St., Ste B, COMPANY 4700 Pearl St., Unit 2A, 11957 CO-7, 970-670-0744, 4699 Nautilus Ct., Ste. 104, 720-406-1215, 303-747-2493, 303-530-1381, CITY STAR BREWING SANITAS BREWING CO Horseback Riding 321 Mountain Ave., AVERY BREWING COMPANY 3550 Frontier Ave., 970-532-7827, 4910 Nautilus Ct., 303-442-4130, ALLENSPARK LIVERY 303-440-4324, 211 Main St., 303-747-2551, Distilleries SHINE BREWING CO BJ’S RESTAURANT 2027 13th St., K J WOOD DISTILLERS AND BREWERY 303-449-0120, 403 5th St., 1690 28th St., BELLVUE 303-440-5200, SOUTHERN SUN PUB & Farm & Ranch Farm & Ranch BREWERY 627 S. Broadway, BOULDER BEER COMPANY Activities Activities 303-543-0886, 2880 Wilderness Pl., MORNING FRESH DAIRY BEE SQUARED APIARIES 303-444-8448, 1617 White Water Ct., TWISTED PINE BREWING 5821 W. County Rd. 54E, COMPANY 970-482-5789, 970-213-3099, BRU HANDBUILT 3201 Walnut St., Ste. A, & EATS 303-786-9270, RAINDROP RETREAT E-MAHO FARM 5290 Arapahoe, Unit I, 2401 S. County Rd. 23E, 720-638-5193, 6410 Placer Ct., UNDER THE SUN EATERY 970-493-0799, 303-747-6258, & TAPHOUSE CRYSTAL SPRINGS farm-M37521 627 A- S. Broadway St., Guest & Dude BREWING CO 303-927-6921, HERITAGE LAVENDER 876 Sunshine Canyon Dr., Ranches 4809 Foothills Dr., 303-884-5602, 303-514-6504, UPSLOPE BREWING ARCHER’S POUDRE 1898 S. Flatiron Ct., RIVER FATE BREWING COMPANY 303-396-1898, 33021 Poudre Canyon Hwy., LONG SHADOW FARM 1600 38th St., 970-881-2139, 101 Bothun Rd., 303-449-3283, 970-232-6667, UPSLOPE BREWING COMPANY TIP TOP GUEST RANCH FINKEL & GARF BREWING 1501 Lee Hill Rd. #20, 1300 Tip Top Rd., MOUNTAIN SKY RANCH CO 5455 Spine Rd., 303-960-8494, 970-484-1215, 901 S. County Rd. 31, 720-379-6042, 970-532-2295, VINDICATION BREWING CO State Parks J WELLS BREWERY 2516 6880 Winchester Cir., Unit F, Wine & Wineries 49th St., 303-396-0384, jwell 303-530-0642, 708 Lodgepole Dr., BLUE MOUNTAIN MOUNTAIN SUN PUB AND 970-493-1623, VINEYARDS VISION QUEST BREWING BREWERY 1535 Pearl St., 4480 Hoot Owl Dr., CO 2510 47th St., Unit A2, 303-546-0886, parks/lory 303-532-6104, 720-446-9387, NEW PLANET BREWERY WALNUT BREWERY 6560 Odell Pl., Unit D, 1123 Walnut St., 303-499-4978, 303-447-1345,

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WEST FLANDERS BREWING COLORADO’S BEST BEEF BOULDER FARMERS MAY FARMS CO 1125 Pearl St., COMPANY 4791 Jay Rd., MARKET Central Park, 64001 US Hwy. 36, 303-447-2739, 303-449-8632, 303-910-2236, 303-822-5800, WILD WOODS BREWERY COTTONWOOD FARMS boulder.html MAYBERRY FARM 5460 Conestoga Ct., 1535 N. 75th St., BOULDER FARMERS’ ALPACAS 303-484-1465, 720-890-4766, MARKET 13th St. between 6889 S. County Rd. 185, Arapahoe & Canyon, 303-822-6955, Culinary Activities CULTIVA! YOUTH PROJECT 303-910-2236, OF GROWING GARDENS BOULDER BREW TOURS 1630 Hawthorn Ave., home.html CENTRAL CITY 2027 13th St., 303-443-9952, Historic Places & 303-522-3236, Breweries Districts the-cultiva-youth-project DOSTAL ALLEY BREWPUB ’S BAKEHOUSE CURE ORGANIC FARM AND CASINO AND CREAMERY 7416 Valmont Rd., NATIONAL HISTORIC 116 Main St., 303-582-5563, 3990 Broadway St., 303-666-6397, LANDMARK 900 Baseline Rd., 720-596-4905, 303-442-3282, Dostal_Alley.html luckys-bakehouse Factories/Mine NEIGHBORHOOD FARM DOWNTOWN BOULDER Tours/Gold Panning Distilleries 709 University, 720-438-9246, 1942 Broadway, Ste 301, 303-449-3774, HIDEE GOLD MINE BOULDER DISTILLERY aboutthefarm 1950 Hidee Mine Rd., 2500 47th St., Unit 10, HARLEQUIN’S GARDENS Museums 720-548-0343, 303-442-1244, 4795 N. 26th St., 303-939-9403, CU MUSEUM OF NATURAL Historic Places & GEEK SPIRITS DISTILLERY HISTORY, UNIVERSITY OF 6880 Winchester Cir. #D, COLORADO AT BOULDER Districts 303-330-4781, HOOT N HOWL FARM 15th & Broadway, 6033 Jay Rd., 303-530-9504, 303-492-6892, CENTRAL CITY OPERA 124 Eureka St., J & L DISTILLERY 303-292-6700, 4843 Pearl St. #1, JACOB SPRINGS FARM Scenic & Historic 720-400-1907, 7602 Arapahoe Rd., 720-201-5725, Byways THOMAS HOUSE MUSEUM 209 Eureka St., PEAK TO PEAK SCENIC & ROUNDHOUSE DISTILLERY JacobSpringsFarm 303-582-5848, 5311 Western Ave. #180, HISTORIC BYWAY 303-997-6134, MOUNTAIN FLOWER GOAT 2440 Pearl St., 303-442-2911, DAIRY 3240 Broadway, History Museums 518-605-8382, scenic-byways/north-central/ VAPOR DISTILLERY peak-to-peak GILPIN HISTORY MUSEUM 5311 Western Ave. #180, 228 E. 1st High St., 303-819-5598, MUNSON FARMS Wine & Wineries 303-582-5283, 7355 Valmont Rd., 303-442-5330, AUGUSTINA’S WINERY history_museum.html Factories/Mine 4715 N. Broadway, Unit B3, Tours/Gold Panning NEW MOON FARMS 303-545-4871, DACONO CELESTIAL 3298 95th St., SEASONINGS FREE TOURS BOOKCLIFF VINEYARDS Farm & Ranch 4600 Dr., OXFORD GARDENS 1501 Lee Hill Rd. #17, Activities 303-449-9463, 303-530-5300, 3657 Hazelwood Ct., ROCKY PLAINS 303-817-9676, BISON RANCH oxfordgardensboulder.word REDSTONE MEADERY - 4022 County Rd. 11/York St., Farm & Ranch MOUNTAIN HONEY WINE 303-833-3791, 4700 Pearl St., Ste. 2A, Activities SAWHILL GRASS FED BEEF 720-406-1215, 6967 Valmont Rd., 63RD STREET FARM 3796 N. 63rd St., 303-443-1858 DUMONT 720-938-3059, SILVA’S HIGHLANDS: SETTEMBRE CELLARS NATURAL HOMESTEAD 1501 Lee Hill Dr., Horseback Riding 303-532-1892, BEEF 1900 13th St., ANNAPURNA COLLECTIVE ATV TOURS @ MILE HI Nebo Rd. at 34th Ct., 303-818-6564, RAFTING 3627 Alvarado Rd. 323-369-1802, top10fresh. WHAT WE LOVE THE 291, 303-567-0717, com/reviews/farmer-profiles/ VALMONT FARM WINERY 1501 Lee Hill Rd., #14, 303-963-6342, 4401/4402/profile.htm 6925 Valmont Rd., BEYOND ORGANIC FARM 303-909-7568, EATON 5163 Independence Rd., BYERS 303-516-1204, YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD Farm & Ranch CHRISTMAS TREE FARM Farm & Ranch Activities BOULDER ALTAN ALMA 4340 N. 13th St., 303-449-7532, Activities FAGERBERG PRODUCE ORGANIC FARM 17673 WCR 80, 7150 S. Boulder Rd., neighborhoodchristmas EBERT FAMILY FARM 970-834-1353, 303-437-1288, 73210 E. 112th Ave., 303-822-5544, Farmers’ Markets LEFFLER FAMILY FARMS BOULDER TUV HA’ARETZ 37414 County Rd. 29, 1527 Cherryvale Rd., BOULDER COUNTY FARMERS MARKET 970-689-2355, 303-910-8538, 1435 Yarmouth Ave., Ste. 102, 303-910-2236,

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SUNRISE SILHOUETTES LUMPY BRIDGE STANLEY MUSEUM CSU BREWERY - THE 14497 CR 76, BREWING CO 333 Wonderview Ave., RAMSKELLER 8033 Campus 970-381-5391, 531 S. Saint Vrain Ave., 970-577-1903, Delivery, 970-491-3903, sunrisesilhouettes. 812-201-3836 ROCK CUT BREWING CO Outdoor Outfitters EQUINOX BREWING Historic Places & 390 W. Riverside Dr., 133 Remington St., 970-586-7300, ESTES PARK 970-484-1368, Districts OUTFITTERS, INC., MYERS BARN CENTENNIAL 970-215-7064, Cabins/Cottages FORT COLLINS BREWERY CELEBRATION 1020 E. Lincoln Ave., 19709 County Rd. 72, HISTORIC ELKHORN LODGE Scenic & Historic 970-472-1499, 970-396-4851, 600 W. Elkhorn Ave., 970-586-4416, Byways FREEDOM’S EDGE Outdoor Outfitters TRAIL RIDGE ROAD - BREWING CO 224 Linden St., Farm & Ranch ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATION- 970-493-1494, PONDEROSA OUTFITTERS, AL PARK Rocky Mountain 970-454-3770, Activities National Park, HORSE & DRAGON COWPOKE CORNER COR- 970-586-1399, BREWING CO RAL 2166 Colorado Hwy. 66, 124 Racquette Dr., ELDORADO 970-586-5890, ways/north-central/ trail-ridge-rd 970-631-8038, SPRINGS SWITZER-LAND PACO Wine & Wineries State Parks NEW BELGIUM VICUNAS BREWING COMPANY 1236 Glacier View Ln., SNOWY PEAKS WINERY ELDORADO CANYON 292 Moraine Ave., 500 Linden St., 970-586-4624, STATE PARK 970-586-2099, 970-221-0524, 9 Kneale Rd., 303-494-3943, Farmers’ Markets VALLEY OF THE WIND ES- ODELL BREWING COMPANY ESTES VALLEY TES PARK TASTING ROOM 800 E. Lincoln Ave., togo/parks/eldoradocanyon 970-498-9070, FARMER’S MARKET 120 E. Riverside Dr., ERIE 1209 Manford Ave., 970-577-8800, 303-775-9058, PATEROS CREEK Breweries BREWING COMPANY EstesValleyFarmersMarket FIRESTONE 242 N. College Ave., ECHO BREWING - ERIE 970-484-7222, 600 Briggs St., History Museums State Parks 720-361-2332, ESTES PARK MUSEUM ST. VRAIN STATE PARK PITCHERS BREWERY & 200 4th St., 3525 State Hwy. 119, SPORTS SHACK INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 970-586-6256, 303-678-9402, 1100 W. Drake Rd., BREWING CO 970-493-5374 285 Cheesman St., togo/parks/stvrain RALLY KING BREWING, INC. 303-828-1200, Horseback Riding Wine & Wineries 1727 Holly Way, industrialrevolutionbrewing ESTES PARK OUTFITTERS 970-568-8963, 5229 Little Valley Dr., ROCKY MOUNTAIN WILD Farm & Ranch 970-215-7064, CIDER 11455 Count Rd. 17, 303-532-9949, SNOWBANK BREWING 225 N. Lemay Ave., Activities GLACIER CREEK STABLES 970-999-5658, ANDERSON FARMS 1000 Bear Lake Rd., market/snowbank 6728 Weld County Rd. 3 1/4, 970-586-3244, FORT COLLINS 303-828-5210, ZWEI BREWING CO Breweries 4612 S. Mason St., Ste. 120, JACKSON STABLES 970-223-2482, EAGLE SPIRIT ALPACAS 2525 Tunnel Rd., 1933 BREWING CO 923 Weld County Rd. 7, 970-586-3341, 4025 S. Mason St., Unit C, 720-890-9777, 970-377-4107, Culinary Activities MORAINE PARK STABLES BEER AND BIKE TOURS EDELWEISS ALPACAS, LLC 1895 Big Thompson Ave., BJ’S RESTAURANT AND 2414 Stanley Ct., 1598 Old Hwy. 52, 970-586-4577, BREWERY 2670 E. Harmony 970-201-1085, 303-932-2816, Rd., 970-282-3700, SOMBRERO RANCHES, INC. COME BACK TO THE TABLE History Museums 1895 Big Thompson Ave., BLACK BOTTLE BREWERY 725 E. Mulberry St., 970-586-4577, 1611 S. College Ave. #1609, 970-407-8828, ERIE HISTORICAL 970-493-2337, SOCIETY - WISE VIVA COPOCO’S HONEY HOMESTEAD MUSEUM 453 E. Wonderview Ave. #180, 2020 N. College Ave., 11611 Jasper Rd., BUDWEISER TOUR CENTER 855-544-8482, 970-493-2923, 303-828-4561, 2351 Busch Dr., 970-490-4691, ErieColoradoHistoricalSociety WIND RIVER RANCH FORTIFIED 5770 Hwy. 7, CB & POTTS COLLABORATIONS ESTES PARK 970-586-4212, 1427 W. Elizabeth St., 526 Sycamore St., 970-221-1139, 970-217-8786, Breweries Museums CB & POTTS 1441 E. Horsetooth Rd., MOUCO CHEESE COMPANY ESTES PARK BREWERY ENOS MILLS CABIN 470 Prospect Village Dr., 970-226-0148, 1401 Duff Dr., #300, 6760 Hwy. 7, 970-382-8174, 970-498-0107, 970-586-5421, COOPERSMITH’S PUB AND BREWING AND BILLIARDS 5 Old Town Sq., 970-498-0483,

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Distilleries HOPE FARMS Farmers’ Markets COMPASS CIDER 1601 N. Shields St., 216 N. College Ave., COPPERMUSE DISTILLERY 970-692-9768, DRAKE ROAD FARMERS’ 970-372-1350, 244 N. College Ave., 970-999- MARKET 802 W. Drake Rd., 6016, 970-218-5521, JODAR FARMS ZEPHYR CELLARS GOLD 6419 Falcon 5100 E. County Rd. 48, 119 Lincoln Ave., Ridge Ct., 970-227-1455, 970-391-2825, FORT COLLINS FARMER’S 970-635-0949 MARKET 810 E. Harmony Rd., ELEVATION 5003 970-495-4889, FREDERICK KITCHELL KRIATIONS DISTILLERY ALPACAS & FIBER MARKET 2601 S. Lemay Ave., Unit #8, 4817 Kitchell Way, FORT COLLINS WINTER Breweries 970-568-8356, 970-484-0736, FARMERS MARKET ECHO BREWING COMPANY 123 S. Colleget Ave., 5969 Iris Parkway, #C, FEISTY SPIRITS DISTILL- farmsandbreeders/03_ 940-230-4077, 720-445-5969, ERY 1708 E. Lincoln Ave., viewfarm.asp?name=11629 lins-winter-farmers-market 970-444-2386, LAKERIDGE FARMS 1041 N. Taft Hill Rd., LARIMER COUNTY FARM- Farmers’ Markets OLD ELK DISTILLERY 401 W. 970-692-1454, ERS’ MARKET 200 S. Oak St., FREDERICK FARMERS Mountain Ave., 970-419-7420, 970-498-6000, larimercounty MARKET 105 5th St., LAUGHING BUCK FARM 720-382-5513, OLD TOWN DISTILLING CO 3724 N. County Rd. 13, Historic Places & 253 Linden St., 720-220-6384, 970-493-0270, Districts GEORGETOWN CACHE LA POUDRE LINDENMEIR FARM Historic Places & Farm & Ranch 1409 Lindenmeier Rd., NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA Activities 3745 E. Prospect Rd, Ste. 205, Districts 970-295-4851, BARTELS FARM & PUMP- MASONVILLE ORCHARD GEORGETOWN HERITAGE KIN PATCH 3424 E. Douglas 4545 Cobb Lake Dr., CENTER 809 Taos St., Rd., 970-493-3853, 970-231-6399, Horseback Riding 303-569-0289, LAST RESORT EQUES- BINGHAM HILL FARMS 3924 NATIVE HILL FARM TRIAN CENTER 851 W. History Museums Bingham Hill Rd., 970-482- 2100 County Rd. 54G, County Rd. 70, 970-568-7682, 2976, 970-217-8964, HISTORIC GEORGETOWN, INC. - THE HAMILL HOUSE BLACK ELK OUTFITTERS Museums MUSEUM 305 Argentine St., LTD. PO Box 1277, NORTHERN COLORADO 303-569-2840, 970-221-9595, CORN MAZE BEE FAMILY CENTENNIAL 2318 S. County Rd. 5, FARM MUSEUM 4320 E. 970-308-5843, BLUE BARREL FARM 40907 County Rd. 58, 970-482-9168, Museums County Rd. 15, 970-484-5836, HOTEL DE PARIS MUSEUM OLE DERN FARM FORT COLLINS MUSEUM OF 409 6th St., 2719 W. County Rd. 54G, BUSY BEE LAVENDER DISCOVERY 408 Mason Ct., 303-569-2311, 970-481-1449, 970-221-6738, FARM 1897 McLaughlin Ln., 970-402-9604, Scenic & Historic Trains ON THE VINE AT RICH- Busy-Bee-Lavender- MOND FARMS Byways GEORGETOWN LOOP RAIL- Farm/347431505279222 3611 Richmond Dr., CACHE LA POUDRE/NORTH ROAD 1520 Argentine St., 970-443-4011, onthevine PARKSCENIC & HISTORIC 888-456-6777, CRESSET FARM 5621 E. County Rd. 52, BYWAY 3745 E. Prospect 970-492-5774, SOMETHING FROM THE Rd., Ste. 105, 970-491-3583, FARM 8020 S. Timberline Rd., GLENDEVEY 970-221-3276, FOSSIL CREEK FARMS Wildlife Viewing/ Guest & Dude 7100 Silver Mist Ln., Refuges 970-980-4096, SPRING KITE FARM 3000 S. Ranches Taft Hill Rd., 970-658-0938, COLORADO PARKS AND LARAMIE RIVER DUDE FRANK’S TROUT POND WILDLIFE - FORT COLLINS RANCH 25777 County Rd. 103, 2912 W. Mulberry St., SUN FOX FARM 4598 N. WILDLIFE SERVICE CENTER 970-435-5716, 317 W. Prospect, 970-472- 970-482-5102 County Rd. 13, 970-295-4558, RAWAH RANCH 11447 C.R. 4300, GARDEN SWEET FARM 719 103, 970-435-5715, rawah W. Wilcox Ln., 970-310-3805, SUNSPOT URBAN FARM ROCKY MOUNTAIN RAPTOR 1008 Sunset Ave., PROGRAM 720 B E. Vine Dr., 970-484-7756, GRASSMERE FARM 970-556-5942, coloradocsas. GREELEY 10228 County Rd. 80, info/csas/view/Sunspot_ Wine & Wineries Urban_Farm Breweries BLUE SKIES WINERY 251 GREEN DOG FARM 1807 W. SUSTAINABLE LIVING BRIX TAPHOUSE & ASSOCIATION Jefferson St., 970-407-9463, Vine Dr.,651-341-3130, BREWERY 813 8th St., 970- 201 Linden St., Ste. 204, 371-8029, brixtaphouse 970-224-3247, sustainable BRANCH OUT CIDER 207 HAPPY HEART FARM 2820 N. Grant Ave., 970-658-5500, W. Elizabeth St., 970-482- BROKEN PLOW BREWERY THE FARM AT LEE MARTI- 3448, wordpress 4731 W. 10th St., Unit G, NEZ PARK 600 N. Sherwood, 970-301-4575, HAZEL DELL MUSHROOM 970-221-6665, CAFE VINO 1200 S. College FARM 3925 E. County Rd. 32 recreation/thefarm.php Ave., 970-212-3399, (Carpenter Rd.), CRABTREE BREWING COM- 970-226-0978, PANY 2961 29th St., 970-356- 0516,

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PITCHERS BREWERY & GROVER Outdoor Outfitters NORTH FIELD FARM SPORTS SHACK 2501 11th Nyland Way, 720-515-5287, Ave., 970-353-3393 TURNER GUIDE SERVICE, Farm & Ranch Stays 303-818-3982, WELDWERKS BREWING SHANNON RED BARN FARM COMPANY 508 8th Ave., WEST PAWNEE RANCH BED Scenic & Historic 1341 95th St., & BREAKFAST 29451 Weld 970-460-6345, Byways County Rd. 130, 970-895-2482, THREE LEAF FARM 445 WILEY ROOTS BREW- SCENIC & S. 112th St., 720-334-4724, ING COMPANY 625 3rd HISTORIC BYWAY, 303-567- HUDSON 4660, St., Unit D, 970-515-7315, Farmers’ Markets Farm & Ranch JOHNSTOWN Activities JAX FARMER’S MARKET Certified Creative 400 W. S. Boulder Rd., Districts MAZZOTTI’S FARM PUMP- Farm & Ranch 303-902-2451, GREELEY CREATIVE KIN PATCH 24120 CR 8, 303- Activities DISTRICT 802 9th St., Ste. 536-4089, SAUER FAMILY BEEF 6681 History Museums 100, WILD WEST MAZE 6876 Weld County Rd. 50, 970-587-2112, County Rd. 47, 303-536-9200, LAFAYETTE MINERS Distilleries MUSEUM 108 E. Simpson St., SYNTAX SPIRITS KERSEY 303-665-7030, 625 C 3rd St., 970-325-5466, HYGIENE Farm & Ranch Farm & Ranch Museums Farm & Ranch Activities Activities WOW! CHILDREN’S Activities CROFT FAMILY FARM 28609 MUSEUM 110 N. Harrison TOOHEY & SONS FARM County Rd. 57 1/2, 970-356- Ave., 303-604-2424, POPE FARM PRODUCE 6501 Ute Hwy. near 75th St., 6166, W. 28th St., 970-330-5907, MONROE ORGANIC FARMS, LLC 25525 WCR 48, 970-284- LAPORTE TIGGES FARM PRODUCE IDAHO SPRINGS 7941, & PUMPKIN PATCH 12404 Farm & Ranch County Rd. 64 1/2, 970-686- Breweries LA SALLE Activities 7225, KNOCKER VON TROTHA-FIRESTIEN Farm & Ranch GAIA’S FARM AND GAR- BREWERY AND PUB DENS 4328 W. County Rd. 54g, FARM AT BRACEWELL 1401 Miner St., 303-567-2688, Activities 970-817-2186, 30951 Weld County Rd. 27, 970-686-2338, FRITZLER’S SWEET Farm & Ranch Stays Factories/Mine CORN MAIZE AND GIANT Tours/Gold Panning PUMPKIN PATCH 20861 SHANGRI-LA INN AT Farmers’ Markets County Rd. 33, 970-737-2129, GAIA’S FARM & GARDENS GREELEY FARMERS’ ARGO GOLD MINE AND MILL 4328 West Co. 54g, 2350 Riverside Dr., 303-567- MARKET AT THE DEPOT 970-817-2196, 2421, HIGH ALTITUDE ORGAN- 902 7th Ave., 970-350-9783, ICS 25572 Weld County Wine & Wineries Farmers’ Markets Rd. 32, 970-284-7889, WINERY 5114 Historic Places & IDAHO SPRINGS FARMERS’ County Rd. 23E, 970-566- Districts MARKET Courtney-Ryley- STROHAUER FARMS 201 4043, Cooper Park, 720-620-9608, N. 1st St., 970-284-6260, CENTENNIAL VILLAGE MU- idahospringschambercom LIVERMORE SEUM 1475 A St., 970-350- 9220, ers-market LAFAYETTE Farm & Ranch MISSILE SITE PARK 10611 History Museums Activities Colorado 257 Spur, 970-373- Breweries 8140, IDAHO SPRINGS FRONT RANGE BREWING RABBIT CREEK EMU ments/BuildingsandGrounds/ HERITAGE MUSEUM CO 400 W. S. Boulder Rd., RANCH 2051 County Rd. 82E, MissileSitePark.html 2060 Miner St., 303-567-4382, 303-339-0767, frontrange 970-493-9262, History Museums UNDERHILL MUSEUM 2060 LIQUID MECHANICS Guest & Dude COLORADO MODEL RAIL- Miner St., 303-567-4382, BREWING CO Ranches ROAD MUSEUM 680 10th St., 297 US 287, 720-550-7813, 970-392-2934, museums CHEROKEE PARK RANCH 436 Cherokee Hills Dr., GREELEY HISTORY MUSE- Horseback Riding ODD13 BREWING 301 E. UM 714 8th St., 970-350-9220, 970-493-6522, Simpson St., 303-997-4146, A&A HISTORICAL TRAILS STABLES 188 Alpes Hill Rd., MEEKER HOME 1324 9th POST BREWING CO 105 W. Outdoor Outfitters Ave., 970-350-9220, greeley 303-567-4808, Emma St., 303-593-2066, COMANCHE WILDERNESS AVA - COLORADO RAFTING & ZIPLINE 431 CO 103, 970- OUTFITTERS, INC., Scenic & Historic 423-7031, Farm & Ranch 970-223-5330 Byways VAN EDEN RANCH 3001 Activities LONGMONT PAWNEE PIONEER TRAILS Van Eden Rd., 303-567-2566, FATHER EARTH ORGANIC SCENIC & HISTORIC FARM 8881 Elgin Dr., Breweries BYWAY 660 O St., 970- Hot Springs 303-494-4500, 300 SUNS BREWING 335 1st 353-5004, scenic-byways/northeast/ INDIAN SPRINGS RESORT Ave., Unit C, 720-442-8292, pawnee-pioneer-trails 302 Soda Creek Rd., 303-989- ISABELLE FARM STAND 6666, 1640 W. Baseline Rd., 303-817- 6824,

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GROSSEN BART BREWERY BLACK CANYON Museums Distilleries 1025 Delaware Ave., 214-770- DISTILLERY 13710 Deere Ct., 9847, 720-204-1909, LONGMONT MUSEUM 400 DANCING PINES DISTILL- Quail Rd., 303-651-8374, long ERY 1527 Taurus Ct., LEFT HAND BREWING CO 970-635-3426, 1265 Boston Ave., 303-772- STILL CELLARS, A DISTILL- 0258, ERY AND ARTHOUSE. 1115 Outdoor Outfitters SPRING44 DISTILLING, INC. PUB & TAP- Colorado Ave., Ste. C, 720-204-6064, SOMBRERO RANCHES, INC. 505 W. 66th St., 970-414-0744, HOUSE 600 Longs Peak Ave., 303-442-0258, 303-651-7885, TESOURO DISTILLERY 105 S. Sunset St., Ste. A, Wine & Wineries Farm & Ranch OSKAR BLUES LONGMONT STONEBRIDGE FARM WIN- Activities 1800 Pike Rd., Unit B, Farm & Ranch ERY 5169 Ute Hwy., 303-823- 303-776-1914, ABOVE AND BEYOND Activities 0975, ORGANICS 6715 W. Hwy. 34, PUMPHOUSE BREWERY 970-622-9917, localharvest. 540 Main St., 303-702-0881, ASPEN MOON FARM 7927 LOUISVILLE org/above-and-beyond- Hygiene Rd., 303-684-6848, organics-M44128 Breweries SHOES AND BREWS 63 S. EDEN VALLEY FARM 6263 Pratt Parkway, Unit B, 720- BOULDER FAMILY FARMS CRYSTAL SPRINGS N. County Rd. 29, 970-667- 12301 N. 63rd St., 303-956- 340-4290, BREWING CO 657 S. 1770, 5059, SKEYE BREWING 900 S. Taylor Ave., 303-665-8888, view/Boulder_Family_Farms EWE BET RANCH 1850 Hover Rd., 303-774-7698, E. Hwy. 60, 970-635-2379, COLORADO AROMATICS GRAVITY BREWING 1150 FARM 340 Lashley St., Unit WIBBY BREWING COMPANY Pine St., Unit B, 303-544-0746, 220, 303-651-2062, HEART J CENTER FOR 209 Emery St., 303-776-4594, EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING TWELVE DEGREE 820 Main 2939 N. County Rd. 31D, 970- DEW FARMS PO Box 553, St., 720-638-1623, 690-4221, Certified Creative 720-300-7751, Districts INTEGRITY FARMS 2880 DHARMA FARMA, LLC Farmers’ Markets E. Hwy. 402, 970-670-0763, DOWNTOWN LONGMONT 13726 County Rd. 3, 303-834- 2590, LOUISVILLE FARMERS CREATIVE DISTRICT NAPPA VALLEY LAMB 528 Main St., 303-651-8484, The-Dharma-Farma- MARKET 824 Front St., COMPANY/ROCKY MOUN- LLC/100723293306216 303-902-2451, TAIN WOOLY WEEDERS arts-and-entertainment FROG BELLY FARM 5255 4925 Swainsona Dr., 970-663- Rogers Rd., 303-772-7802, 1396, Culinary Activities LOVELAND OSBORN FARM 1230 S. Boise ART OF CHEESE 505 Weaver GOODWIN GARLIC 11277 N. Park Rd., Unit E, 303-579- Breweries Ave., 970-541-1212, 66th St., 720-378-6496 9537, BIG BEAVER BREWING CO H & J FARMS 6758 WCR 26, RIDGE VALLEY ALPACA BLACK CAT FARM 5093 303-775-0405, 2707 W. Eisenhower Blvd., RANCH 6921 Ridge Valley Ct., Nelson Rd., 303-717-6836, 970-818-6064, 970-669-0043, LONGMONT DAIRY FARM CHEESE IMPORTERS INC. 920 Coffman St., 303- BIG THOMPSON BREWERY 114 E. 15th St., 970-619-8138, ROCKY PLAINS BISON 103 Main St., 303-772-9599, 776-8466, RANCH 207 W. Washington OLLIN FARMS 8627 N. 95th Ave., 970-667-3112, BUCKHORN BREWERS 4229 CHEESEMAKING CLASSES St., 303-717-0586, 505 Weaver Park Rd., Ste. E, W. Eisenhower Blvd., 970-980- 303-579-9537, 8688, SCOFIELD FRUITS, LCC 1821 PACHAMAMA FARM & W. Eisenhower Blvd., 970-622- CROW HOP BREWING 217 WELLNESS 10771 N. 49th St., 8228, E. 3rd St., 970-633-0643, FIONA’S NATURAL FOODS 303-776-1924, 825 Delaware Ave., 303-651- STARGAZER RANCH 3800 Saulcy Ct., 970-635-2322, 9056, GRIMM BROTHERS 623 PASTURES OF PLENTY Denver Ave., 970-624-6045, FRESH HERB COMPANY 4039 Ogallala Rd., 4114 Oxford Rd., 303-449- SUNRISE RANCH 100 Sun- 303-440-7103, rise Ranch Rd., 970-679-4200, 5994, LOVELAND ALEWORKS 118 W. 4th St., 970-405-7465, GARDEN TO TABLE 358 RED WAGON ORGANIC Main St., Ste. 7, 303-564-0133, ZIPPITY ZOO BARNYARD FARM 7694 N. 63rd St., GOURMET MUSHROOMS/ 303-949-0285, ROCK BOTTOM BREWERY 6025 Sky Pond Dr., 970-622- RIDGE VALLEY ALPACA GROWE FOUNDATION 357 6921 Ridge Valley Ct., 2077, RANCH Main St., Ste. 7, 303-564-0133, ROCKY MOUNTAIN PUMP- 970-231-6444, KIN RANCH/FULL CIRCLE VERBOTEN BREWING 1550 HAYSTACK MOUNTAIN FARMS 9057 Ute Hwy., Taurus Ct., 970-755-7371, GOAT DAIRY 1121 Colorado 303-684-0087, Farmers’ Markets Ave., 720-494-8714, Culinary Activities CITY OF LOVELAND XANADU FARM ALPACAS FARMERS’ MARKET 700 S. ZWECK’S FRESH VEGE- 7641 Xanadu Farm Dr., 303- NOCO SHORT BUS TOURS Railroad Ave., 970-962-2432, TABLES & FLOWERS 10901 902-1741, 6025 Sky Pond Dr., 720-515- 0151, Airport Rd., 303-776-1171, YA YA FARM & ORCHARD 6914 Ute Hwy., 303-485-5582, PAPA JOE’S LOCAL HONEY LOVELAND FARMER’S Distilleries 4855 W. Eisenhower Blvd., #A, MARKET 3133 N. Garfield St., 970-663-2825, 970-495-4889, ANVIL DISTILLING 117 S. Farmers’ Markets PapaJoesLocalHoney Sunset St., 720-600-5103, LONGMONT FARMERS MARKET Boulder County Fair- grounds,

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LOVELAND FARMERS Horseback Riding Wine & Wineries STRASBURG MARKET 700 S. Railroad Ave., 970-962-2432, PEACEFUL VALLEY MEDOVINA PO Box 629, 303- Farm & Ranch CityofLovelandFarmersMar RESORT & CONFERENCE 845-3090, ket?_rdr CENTER 475 Peaceful Valley Activities Rd., 303-747-2881, PIERCE Guest & Dude PRAIRIE NATURAL LAMB 6447 S. Coutny Rd. 157, Ranches Wine & Wineries Farm & Ranch 303-622-9498, Activities ELLIS RANCH 2331 Ellis CIATANO’S VINEYARDS Ranch Ln., 970-593-9570, 16858 N. Saint Vrain Dr., 303- HUMMIN’ & GRINNIN’ VIRGINIA DALE 823-5011, ALPACAS 15603 Weld County SYLVAN DALE GUEST Rd. 86, 970-834-2609, Guest & Dude RANCH 2939 N. County Rd. MILLIKEN 31D, 970-667-3915, Ranches Farm & Ranch PLATTEVILLE TWO BARS SEVEN GUEST Historic Places & Activities RANCH Hwy. 287 on CO/ Farm & Ranch WY state line, 307-742-6072, Districts COLORADO GRATITUDE Activities FARM, LLC PO Box 288, 228 E. 4th RIALTO THEATER 970-227-4834 2 R’S FARM 19361 Hwy. 60, St., 970-962-2120, ci.loveland. 970-737-2689, american WELLINGTON SPOMER BISON RANCH 23675 County Rd. 27 1/2, organization/2-r-s-farm Farm & Ranch Museums 970-381-2880, Activities ARROWHEAD DAHLIAS TIMBERLANE 12217 WCR 36, 970-785-6014, GRANT FARMS 12155 N. FARM MUSEUM NEDERLAND County Rd. 15, 970-568-7654, 2306 E. 1st St., 970-663-7348, MORNING FRESH FARMS Breweries 15121 County Rd. 32, 970-785- HARVEST FARM (PIZZA Outdoor Outfitters 2889, VERY NICE BREWING COM- FARM) 4240 E. County Rd. 66, 970-568-9803, COLORADO ELK OUTFIT- PANY 20 Lakeview Dr., #112, Farmers’ Markets TER, LLC, 970-481-4354, 303-258-3770, MILLER FARMS 13912 CR 19, LAMM RANCH, LLC 10205 N. 970-785-6133, County Rd. 13, 970-568-7029, WILD MOUNTAIN SMOKE- State Parks HOUSE AND BREWERY 70 Museums E. 1st St., 303-258-9453, POWERS ALPACAS 11021 N. 3720 N. County Rd. 11-C, 970- MUSEUM County Rd. 3, 970-568-7866, 669-1739, 13412 US Hwy. 85, 970-785- placestogo/parks/boydlake Farm & Ranch 2832, Activities museums/fort-vasquez- RASPBERRY HILL FARM Wine & Wineries museum 13350 N. Country Rd. 15, 970- B BAR S RANCH, INC. 282 568-7424, CLIMB HARD CIDER CO Twin Sisters Rd., 303-442- RED FEATHER SIX DOG FARMS 12155 NCR 2707 W. Eisenhower Blvd., Unit 1995, 3, 970-744-6891, LAKES 15, 970-970-9770, Horseback Riding Guest & Dude SWEETHEART CITY WINES SUNDANCE LODGE AND WINDSOR 6295 Bluff Ln., 970-214-3948, STABLES 23942 Hwy. 119, Ranches 303-258-0804, SUNDANCE TRAIL GUEST Breweries LYONS RANCH 17931 Red Feather HIGH HOPS BREWERY 6461 NIWOT Lakes Rd., 970-224-1222, Hwy. 392, 970-686-9771, Breweries OSKAR BLUES LYONS Breweries Horseback Riding Farm & Ranch 303 Main St., 303-823-6685, BOOTSTRAP BREWING 6778 BEAVER MEADOWS STA- Activities N. 79th St., 303-652-4186, BLES 100 Marmot Dr., Unit 15, BLUE SKY FARM P.O. Box Culinary Activities 970-232-8326, beavermead 368, 970-222-7147, POWDER KEG BREWING 101 ST. VRAIN MARKET DELI & 2nd Ave., 303-579-8071, pow CHAPMANS PRODUCE BAKERY 455 Main St., 303- SEVERANCE 823-5225, 31985 WCR 17, 970-686-2324, Farm & Ranch Wine & Wineries Distilleries Produce Activities HUNTERS MOON MEADERY SPIRIT HOUND DISTILLERS COZY COW DAIRY & KILT FARM 6500 E. Dry 404 Immigrant Trail, 4196 Ute Hwy., 303-823-5696, 970-302-3183, LONGVIEW CREAMERY Creek Pkwy., 970-846-6233, 28607 County Rd. 17, 970-686- Farm & Ranch 6960, SHEPHERD VALLEY FARM Activities SILVER PLUME WINDSOR CHRISTMAS 6500 W. Dry Creek Pkwy., TREE FARM 33741 State Hwy. APPLE VALLEY FARM- 303-499-2175, Culinary Activities 257, 970-686-5253, STEAD 416 Apple Val- DRAM APOTHECARY 1010 ley Rd., 303-823-6875, Farmers’ Markets WINDSOR DAIRY 6427 Main St., 720-608-0063, County Rd. 68.5, 970-481-1536, NIWOT FARMERS’ MARKET LYONS FARMETTE 4121 Ute 7980 Niwot Rd., 303-499- Hwy., 303-746-6266, 2494, Farmers’ Markets 21002722.html WINDSOR FARMERS’ MARKET 5th & Main Sts., 970- 304-6535, index.aspx?NID=803

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Events and Festivals A Sampling of Regional Highlights

 Wray Greater Prairie-Chicken Viewing, April Homemade pie from Mom’s Kitchen Cafe in Otis • county  Kit Carson Pro Rodeo (Burlington), July fairs regionwide • roadside farm stands • Claremont Inn & Winery in Stratton • Elizabeth Farmers Market • Dutch  Pedal the Plains, September Oven Smokehouse and Steak Co. in Haxton • dutch-oven  Mennonite Relief Sale, October cook-offs This Region’s Yummies

Beef, lamb, deer, poultry, game birds and bison

AGATE BRUSH CHEYENNE RANCHO ALAMOGORDO 886 Ponderosa Ln., 303-795-6957, Farm & Ranch Farm & Ranch WELLS ranchoalamogordo Activities Activities Museums ROCKY MOUNTAIN ONE TREE ALPACA RANCH BRUSH FARMERS MARKET CHEYENNE WELLS OLD ALPACAS 2253 Arabian Trail, 36101 County Rd. 162, 1302 W. Edison St., 970- JAIL MUSEUM 85 W. 2nd St., 720-270-4250, 303-358-5692 842-2666, 719-767-5170, brush/1004029.html TWO IN TENTS FARM 35635 MyJourneyDestinations/Chey SILVER J RANCH ALPACAS County Rd. 160, 720-833-8795, JUST WHAT GROWS GAR- enneCountyMuseum.asp 4451 Hwy. 66, 303-910-5021, DENS 25641 County Rd. T.9, TELE- 979-370-1712, PHONE AND TELEGRAPH Historic Places & AROYA pages/Just-What-Grows-Gar- MUSEUM 60 S. 1st St., dens-owner-Stacey- 719-767-5865, ourjourney. Districts Historic Places & Poland/181178215266172 info/MyJourneyDestinations/ ELIZABETH HISTORIC MAIN Districts History Museums TelegraphMuseum.asp STREET Main St. south of SH 86, 303-646-4166, ourjourney. AROYA COMMUNITY S. of BRUSH AREA MUSEUM SH 40/287 & primarily E. of ELIZABETH info/MyJourneyDestinations/ AND CULTURAL CENTER OffTheBeatenTrail/ SH 94, north of the RR right- 314 S. Clayton St., 970-842- Culinary Activities of-way, 719-740-0106, our 5280, aboutPages/museum.html ROSE’S CREAMERY 34191 FLAGLER nations/OffTheBeatenTrail Columbine Trail W., 303-646- Wildlife Viewing/ 6469, Historic Places & ARRIBA Refuges index.html Districts Historic Places & COLORADO PARKS AND Farm & Ranch FLAGLER HOSPITAL MUSE- Districts WILDLIFE - BRUSH WILD- Activities UM & HAL BORLAND ROOM LIFE SERVICE CENTER 311 Main Ave., 719-765-4571, ARRIBA NO MAN’S LAND 122 E. Edison, 970-842-6300, AT ALPACA Grant St. & Colorado Ave., RANCH 5704 Canyon Trail, Destinations/FlaglerHospital. 719-740-0106, ourjourney. 303-646-1320, asp info/MyJourneyDestinations/ BURLINGTON History Museums OffTheBeatenTrail EL ZORRO COLORADO Historic Places & ALPACAS 5704 Canyon Trail, SECOND CENTRAL SCHOOL History Museums Districts 303-646-1320, MUSEUM 404 4th St., 719- ARRIBA MUSEUM 711 Front 765-4571, KIT CARSON COUNTY CAR- St., 719-768-3371, ourjourney. FALKOR RANCH 5600 MyJourneyDestinations/ 815 15th info/MyJourneyDestinations/ OUSEL & MUSEUM County Rd. 124, 303-646-4907, SecondCentralSchool.asp ArribaMuseum.asp St., 719-348-5562, kitcarson Outdoor Outfitters GOLDYN RAE ALPACAS

BETHUNE Museums PO Box 2004, 303-819-8001, LAKEVIEW EAST LODGE, 719-342-1173, Horseback Riding OLD TOWN MUSEUM COMPLEX - BURLINGTON HOLLY ACRES NURSERY HIDE-AWAY AT CAMERON 420 S. 14th St., 719-346-7382, AND GARDEN CENTER LANE, INC. 38928 Hwy. 24, 5403 Hwy. 86, 303-646-8868, 719-346-7623, hideawayat Farmers’ Markets KAUFMAN FARMS 6435 Ar- FORT MORGAN FARM- rowhead Trail, 303-646-4724 ERS’ MARKET Beaver Ave. LAZY DAZE RANCH 2550 between Main & State St., Windmill Cir., 303-646-9452, 970-542-3542

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History Museums JULESBURG LOMA STERLING FORT MORGAN MUSEUM 414 Main St., 970-542-4010, Historic Places & Farm & Ranch History Museums Districts Activities OVERLAND TRAIL MUSEUM aspx?nid=238 MUSEUM ALPAC- 110 Overland Trail, Horseback Riding AND DEPOT MUSEUM 114 AS 1427 Q Rd., 970-858-4821, 970-522-3895, E. 1st St., 970-474-2061, LLOYD COX CUTTING id=145 HORSES 17851 County Rd. L, Museums.aspx State Parks 970-371-1463, Horseback Riding HIGHLINE LAKE STATE Scenic & Historic PARK 1800 11.8 Rd., 970-858- NORTH STERLING Wine & Wineries Byways 7208, STATE PARK togo/parks/highlinelake 24005 CR 330, BIJOU CREEK VINEYARDS SOUTH 970-522-3657, 18969 County Rd. 11, TRAIL SCENIC & HISTORIC MATHESON BYWAY 114 E. 1st St., 970- parks/northsterling 474-3504, Farm & Ranch STRATTON GENOA KIOWA Activities Farm & Ranch Historic Places & Farm & Ranch LASATER RANCH 38096 Activities US Hwy. 24, 719-541-2855, Districts Activities HEART ROCK BISON 36285 TUTTLE POST OFFICE County Rd. 3T, 719-763-2439, BUFFALO GROVES INC. MERINO CR NN. between CR 34 & CR PO Box 900, 303-621-1111, 35, 719-740-0106, Farm & Ranch HAXTUN PLAN B ALPACAS 11211 MyJourneyDestinations/ County Rd. 110, 303-814-1881, Activities OffTheBeatenTrail Farm & Ranch COTTONWOOD CREEK VONA Activities Guest & Dude FARMS 16281 County Rd. 59.5, 970-580-2020, cottonwood WISDOM’S NATURAL Ranches Historic Places & POULTRY FARMS 125 S. Districts Miller Ave., 970-774-7492, CWM CEFFYL RANCH 19753 STAHLEY MELONS 11045 Wedemeyer Rd., 303-243-1130, Hwy. 6, 970-522-5673, VONA WATER TANK 2nd Ave. & Howell St., HOLYOKE History Museums 719-740-0106, NEW RAYMER Farm & Ranch ELBERT COUNTY MUSEUM MyJourneyDestinations/ Activities 515 Comanche St., 303-621- Guest & Dude OffTheBeatenTrail 2229, Ranches AMAIZING PUMPKINS & WIGGINS MORE 6 miles S. on 385, 3 1/2 KIT CARSON COLORADO CATTLE COM- miles E. on CR10, 970-580- PANY & GUEST RANCH Farm & Ranch 2707, amaizingpumpkinsand Historic Places & 70008 WCR 132, Activities Districts 970-437-5345, GENTLE SPIRIT LENZ FAMILY FARMS 29220 ARKANSAS VALLEY ALPACA FARM County Rd. 54, 970-332-5499, RAILWAY CR K southwest of ORCHARD 3245 County Rd. P, Kit Carson, 719-648-6252, NEWMAN ADVENTURES MyJourneyDestinations/Off Guest & Dude 2482 County Rd. 23, 970-520- TheBeatenTrail Ranches POPE’S PUMPKIN PATCH & 3916, History Museums TEAL LODGE 25501 MCR 2, CORN MAZE Farm & Ranch Stays 4875 Hwy. 6, KIT CARSON MUSEUM 303-882-5798, 970-370-3278, JOY’S COZY COTTAGE 300 Park St., 719-962-3306, 18701 Hwy. 385, 970-854- State Parks Pope-Farms-Corn- 3308, Destinations/KitCarsonMuse MAiZE-and-Pumpkin- HuntingTourism.htm um.asp JACKSON LAKE STATE Patch/112437968770056 PARK 26363 County Rd. 3, HUGO LIMON 970-669-1739, WRAY placestogo/parks/jacksonlake Historic Places & Farm & Ranch History Museums Districts SIMLA Activities WRAY MUSEUM HUGO CCC CAMP Just west PRAIRIE RIDGE BUFFALO Farmers’ Markets 205 E. 3rd St., of Hugo, 719-740-0106, our RANCH 23001 County Rd. 201, 970-332-5063, 719-771-8742, WADE ACRES, FARM & nations/OffTheBeatenTrail RANCH 33800 State Hwy. 86, 719-541-5555, History Museums History Museums Museums LINCOLN COUNTY’S LIMON HERITAGE MUSEUM HEDLUND HOUSE MUSEUM & RAILROAD PARK 701 1st BAILEY RANCH & SADDLE 617 3rd Ave., 719-740-0106, St., 719-775-8605, MUSEUM 20140 County Rd. 125, 719-740-0658, baileysad Destinations/LincolnCounty Museum.asp

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Events and Festivals A Sampling of Regional Highlights

 Grand Lake Ice Fishing Contest, March The world’s best peaches • Colorado wine country • Mark  Glenwood Springs Strawberry Festival, June Fischer’s restaurants Phat Thai and Town. in Carbondale and the Pullman in Glenwood Springs • BIN 707 or 626 on  Palisade Peach Festival, August Rood in Grand Junction • slopeside dining with a view at  Meeker Classic Sheepdog Trials, September ski • Aurum Food & Wine or Sweet Pea Market and  Colorado Mountain Winefest (Palisade), September Restaurant in Steamboat Springs

This Region’s Yummies

Peaches, cherries, trout, lamb, beef, elk, deer, wine, veggies and edible lavender

ASHCROFT Outdoor Outfitters BOND BRECKENRIDGE NATION- AL HISTORIC DISTRICT Historic Places & INDEPENDENCE PASS Farm & Ranch AND WALKING TOURS 203 OUTFITTING COMPANY, LLC S. Main St., 970-453-9767, Districts 970-948-4868, Activities ASHCROFT GHOST TOWN Wine & Wineries BIG HAT RANCH History Museums 11000 Castle Creek Rd., 970- 20531 Hwy. 131, 970-653-4484, 925-3721, WOODY CREEK CELLARS BARNEY FORD HOUSE tours/ashcroft-ghost-town PO Box 69, 970-901-7575, MUSEUM 111 Washington Ave., BRECKENRIDGE 970-453-9767, ASPEN AVON Breweries BRECKENRIDGE WELCOME Breweries Horseback Riding BRECKENRIDGE BREWERY CENTER AND MUSEUM 203 ASPEN BREWING COMPA- AND PUB 600 S. Main St., S. Main St., 877-864-0868, NY 304 E. Hopkins Ave., BEAVER CREEK STABLES 970-453-1550, 970-920-2739, 93 Elk Track Rd., 970-845- index.aspx?page=714 7770, BROKEN COMPASS BREWING 68 Continental Ct., Horseback Riding Farmers’ Markets 970-368-2772, BASALT BRECKENRIDGE WHITE- ASPEN FARMERS MARKET WATER RAFTING 411 S. Galena & Hopkins, 970-429- Distilleries Distilleries Main St. A, 970-423-7031, 2687, WOODY CREEK DISTILLERS BRECKENRIDGE what-to-do/trip-highlights/ 60 Sunset Dr., 970-279-5110, DISTILLERY 1925 Airport Rd., Museums saturday-market 970-547-9759, ASPEN SATURDAY SUMMIT SKI MUSEUM Farmers’ Markets 308-B S. Main St., 970-453- MARKET E. Hopkins Ave. & DOUBLE DIAMOND 9767, S. Hunter St., 970-429-2687, BASALT FARMERS’ DISTILLERY LLC summit-ski-exhibit MARKET 1925 Airport Rd., clerk/aspen-saturday-market Lions Park & Midland Spur Rd., 970-547-9759 Wine & Wineries Historic Places & Factories/Mine D’VINE WINE BRECKEN- Historic Places & Districts Tours/Gold Panning RIDGE 211 S. Main St., 970- Districts 453-3991 HOLDEN/MAROLT MINING COUNTRY BOY MINE AND RANCHING MUSEUM BASALT WALKING TOUR 101 542 French Gulch Rd., BURNS 40180 Hwy. 82, 970-925-3721, Midland Ave., 970-927-4693, 970-453-4405, Farm & Ranch holden-marolt-mining-and- ranching-museum/ BATTLEMENT LOMAX PLACER MINE Activities 301 Ski Hill Rd., LUARK RANCH & OUTFIT- History Museums MESA 970-453-9767, TERS 2834 Luark Rd., 970- ASPEN HISTORICAL SOCI- Historic Places & lomax-placer-mine 653-4324, ETY 620 W. Bleeker St., 970- 925-3721, Districts Historic Places & Outdoor Outfitters WHEELER STALLARD BATTLEMENT MESA Districts LUARK RANCH & OUTFIT- MUSEUM 620 W. Bleeker St., SCHOOLHOUSE TERS, LLC, 970-653-4324, 970-925-3721, 7201 300 Rd. 970-285-9696, BRECKENRIDGE HERITAGE ALLIANCE grand-valley-historical-society 309 N. Main St., 970-453-9767,

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CARBONDALE HOME RANCH 54880 R.C.R. Farm & Ranch YAMPA VALLEY OUTFIT- 129, 970-879-1780, TERS, LLC, 970-824-2102 Activities Breweries Trains VISTA VERDE RANCH 58000 LAY VALLEY BISON RANCH CARBONDALE BEER Cowboy Way, 970-879-3858, 19727 County Rd. 17, 970- MARCIA CAR 360 E. WORKS 647 Main St., 824-9207, Victory Way, 970-824-5689, 970-704-1216, marketplace/businesses/ Outdoor Outfitters lay-valley-bison-ranch sites-and-museums.html ROARING FORK BEER DEL’S TRIANGLE 3 RANCH, VILLARD RANCH 679 COMPANY LLC, 970-879-3495, Haughey Rd., 970-824-9302, DEBEQUE 1941 Dolores Way, 970-963-5870, Guest & Dude STEAMBOAT LAKE OUT- Farm & Ranch Stays FITTERS/SUMMIT COUNTY Ranches TWO SHOES RANCH 696 Distilleries OUTFITTERS, 970-319-4866, HIGH LONESOME RANCH County Rd. 22, 970-629-5760, 0275 County Rd. 222, MARBLE DISTILLING CO & THE DISTILLERY INN State Parks 970-283-9420, 150 Main St., Historic Places & 970-963-7008, Districts 61105 County Rd. 129, 970- DILLON 879-3922, IRISH CANYON 455 Emerson Farm & Ranch placestogo/parks/pearllake St., 970-826-5000, Breweries Activities STEAMBOAT LAKE STATE co/st/en/fo/lsfo/programs/ recreation/irish_canyon.html DILLON DAM BREWERY 100 POTTER FARMS PARK 61105 County Rd. 129, Little Dam Rd., 970-262-7777, 5333 County Rd. 100, 970-879-3922, cpw.state. History Museums 970-963-4922, MUSEUM OF NORTHWEST PUG RYAN’S STEAK steamboatlake COLORADO 590 Yampa Ave., HOUSE BREWERY 104 SUSTAINABLE SETTINGS CLIFTON 970-824-6360, Village Pl., 970-468-2145, 6107 Hwy. 133, 970-963-6107, Culinary Activities Farmers’ Markets Horseback Riding Farmers’ Markets RED BARN FARM & GAR- COWGIRL ADVENTURES INC DILLON FARMERS MARKET DENS 3419 Hwy. 6, 970-434- 55 Western Ave., Buffalo St. off of Lake Dillon CARBONDALE 1555, Dr., 970-468-2439, townofdill FARMERS’ MARKET Red-Barn-Farm-Gardens/ 141020312630543 Museums 4th & Main St., Wine & Wineries Outdoor Outfitters WYMAN LIVING HISTORY Historic Places & MUSEUM 94350 Hwy. 40, BARTON CREEK CELLARS/ KEYS GUIDE & OUTFIT- 970-824-6346, BRECKENRIDGE WINERY Districts TING, LLC, 970-216-7899, 240 Lake Dillon Dr., MT SOPRIS HISTORICAL Outdoor Outfitters SOCIETY State Parks 499 Weant Blvd., BEARCAT OUTFITTERS, EAGLE 970-963-7041, JAMES M. ROBB - COLO 970-824-7958, RADO RIVER STATE PARK Breweries Exit 47 I-70 (Island Acres), Exit Museums CJ OUTFITTERS, 970-824- 7 HERMITS BREWING CO 19 I-70 (Fruita), 361-32 Road 717 Sylvan Lake Rd., Unit B-1, (Corn Lake section), 970-434- 5505, MT. SOPRIS HISTORICAL 970-328-6220, 3388, CROSS MOUNTAIN AD- SOCIETY’S THOMPSON togo/parks/jamesmrobb HOUSE MUSEUM VENTURES, 970-824-2803, coloradoriver BONFIRE BREWING 127 2nd 499 Weant Blvd, St., 970-306-7113, 970-963-7041, Wine & Wineries OUTFIT- TERS, 970-824-5750, historic-sites/thompson- GRAYSTONE WINERY 3334 Distilleries house-museum F Rd., 970-434-8610, gray EAGLES NEST OUTFITTING, 808 DISTILLERY, LLC 808 Scenic & Historic LLC, 970-826-4383, Fairgrounds Rd., 970-390- Byways COLLBRAN 0263, GARY BRANNAN OUTFIT- State Parks WEST ELK LOOP SCENIC & Outdoor Outfitters TING, 970-824-6768 HISTORIC BYWAY 970-963-2266, HILL’S GUIDE SERVICE, LOST SOLAR OUTFITTERS, 10200 Brush Creek Rd., 970- 970-824-3657, 970-487-3731, LLC, 328-2021, ways/southwest/west-elk- placestogo/parks/sylvanlake loop State Parks M & M OUTFITTERS 970-824-5812 EDWARDS CLARK 15247 PINNACLE PEAK ADVEN- N. 6/10 Rd., Unit A, 970-487- TURES, LLC, 970-824-9269, Breweries Culinary Activities 3407, togo/parks/vega CRAZY MOUNTAIN BREW- CLARK STORE 54175 RCR SUPERIOR GUIDE SER- ING CO 439 Edwards Access 129, 970-879-3849, CRAIG VICE, LLC, 970-824-4767, Rd., B-102, 970-926-3009, Guest & Dude Factories/Mine THE CRAIG , GORE RANGE BREWERY Ranches Tours/Gold Panning INC., 970-824-9334, 0105 Edwards Village Blvd., 970-926-BREW, DEL’S TRIANGLE 3 RANCH YAMPA VALLEY 55675 RCR 62, 970-879-3495, FIBERWORKS 41180 N. Hwy. WILDERNESS TRACKS 13, 970-824-9568, GUIDES & OUTFITTERS, 970-824-7874

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Wine & Wineries SUMMIT CELLARS 595 36 RED CLIFF SILT Rd., 970-361-4980 ANEMOI WINES 3907 N. River Rd., TALON WINERY 785 Elberta Scenic & Historic Farm & Ranch 970-464-0888, Ave., 970-464-1300, Byways Activities TOP OF THE ROCKIES SCE- PEACH VALLEY VARAISON VINEYARDS AVANT VINEYARDS NIC & HISTORIC BYWAY, CSA FARM AND WINERY 405 W. 1st St., 3480 E Rd., 800-933-3901, 3465 Peach Valley Rd. (214), 970-464-4928 970-216-9908, 970-876-2850, PARACHUTE CANYON WIND CELLARS REDSTONE History Museums 3907 N. River Rd., Historic Places & Hot Springs 970-464-0888, Districts SILT HISTORICAL AVALANCHE RANCH CAB- PARK AND MUSEUM 707 Orchard, CARLSON VINEYARDS WASSON-MCKAY PLACE INS & HOT SPRINGS 12863 970-876-5801, 461 35 Rd., 259 Cardinal Way, 970-285- State Hwy. 133, 970-963-2846, 970-464-5554, 0388, content/garfield-county# sthash.ECRfMoL5.dpuf Wine & Wineries SILVERTHORNE COLORADO CELLARS WINERY 3553 E. Rd., REDSTONE COMPANY Breweries 970-464-7921, PARSHALL STORE 117 Redstone Blvd., 970-527-6476, BAKERS’ BREWERY Guest & Dude 531 Silverthorne Ln., COLTERRIS WINERY 970-949-2253, 3548 E. 1/2 Rd., Ranches 970-464-1150, ASPEN CANYON RANCH RIFLE 13206 CR 3, 970-725-3600, Farm & Ranch Farm & Ranch DEBEQUE CANYON Activities Activities WINERY 144 Kluge Ave. #3, BAR LAZY J GUEST RANCH HIGH COUNTRY 970-464-0550, 447 County Rd. 3, 970-725- FLAG CREEK RANCH AT HIGHLANDS AT 3437, BIG MOUNTAIN 17764 County Rd. 252, 970-756-0655, MARYLAND CREEK RANCH GARFIELD ESTATES RANCH 28585 Hwy. 9, rifleareachamber.chamber VINEYARD & WINERY 1330 County Rd. 315, 970-725- 970-262-6831, 3572 G Rd., 3282, 970-464-0941, flag-creek-ranch-at-big- POWDERHORN mountain-rifle-62 Farmers’ Markets GRANDE RIVER Farmers’ Markets SILVERTHORNE VINEYARDS Guest & Dude FARMERS’ MARKET RIFLE FARMER’S MARKET 787 N. Elberta, Ranches AT THE PAVILLION Railroad & W. 2nd St., 970-464-5867, 400 Pkwy., 970-665-6497 POWDERHORN GUEST 970-785-6133, RANCH 1525 C.R. 27, GUBBINI WINERY Guest & Dude 3697 F Rd., Ranches 970-270-7185, SLATER RAND COULTER LAKE GUEST Winery/178094112243925 RANCH 80 County Rd. 273, Farm & Ranch Horseback Riding 970-625-1473, VINEYARDS Activities 3269 3/4C Rd., WHISTLING ELK RANCH 4164 Jackson County Rd. 27, Outdoor Outfitters ROCKIN J CATTLE 970-640-0940, 1601 Moffatt County Rd. 4N, 970-723-3284, COULTER LAKE GUEST RANCH & OUTFITTERS, 970-586-6624, MAISON LA BELLE VIE Outdoor Outfitters 970-625-1473, WINERY & AMY’S Horseback Riding COURTYARD BUFFALO CREEK OUTFIT- 3575 G Rd., D. & G. HORSES/OLD TIME TERS, LLC, 970-723-4045, FOCUS RANCH 970-361-6022, OUTFITTING, 970-625-0234, 74320 Routt County Rd. 129, 970-583-2410, MEADERY OF THE ROCKIES RANGELY State Parks 3701 G Rd., 970-464-7899, Archaeological Sites STEAMBOAT 5775 Hwy. 325, 970-625-1607, CANYON PINTADO NA- SPRINGS MESA PARK VINEYARDS TIONAL HISTORIC DISTRICT parks/harveygap 3321 C Rd., Along CO Hwy. 139, 970-878- Breweries 970-434-4191, 3800, 5775 Hwy. 325, 970-625-1607, BUTCHERKNIFE BREWING BLM_Programs/recreation/ 2875 Elk River Rd., PLUM CREEK CELLARS recreation_areas0/white_riv parks/riflefalls 970-879-2337, 3708 G Rd., er_field/canyon_pintado_rec 970-464-7586, reation.html 5775 Hwy. 325, 970-625-1607, MAHOGANY RIDGE Wildlife Viewing/ BREWERY & GRILL CELLARS Refuges parks/riflegap 435 Lincoln Ave., 695 36 Rd., Unit C, 970-879-3773, 970-464-1099, KENNEY RESERVOIR Hwy. 64, 970-675-5055, rangely. STORM PEAK ST. KATHRYN CELLARS com/water-district.htm BREWING COMPANY WINERY & 1744 Lincoln Ave., 785 Elberta Ave., 970-887-1999, 970-464-9288,

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Culinary Activities History Museums Horseback Riding LIBRARY SPORTS GRILLE & BREWERY BAKERY TREAD OF PINEY RIVER RANCH, 78491 US Hwy. 40, 1117 Lincoln Ave., PIONEERS MUSEUM 970-477-1171, 970-726-7951, 970-734-7069, 800 Oak St., 970-879-2214, SPRADDLE CREEK RANCH, MOFFAT STATION SWEET PEA 970-476-6941, RESTAURANT RESTAURANT & MARKET Horseback Riding AND BREW PUP 729 Yampa St., Museums 81699 US Hwy. 40, 970-879-1221, SOMBRERO RANCHES 970-726-4211, sweetpeamar 835 Howelson Pkwy., COLORADO SKI & 970-879-2306, SNOWBOARD MUSEUM moffat.html Farm & Ranch 231 S. Frontage Rd. East, 970-476-1876, Horseback Riding Activities Hot Springs FOSSIL RIDGE OLD TOWN RIVER RANCHES BEEF GUIDE SERVICE 1117 Lincoln Ave., HOT SPRINGS WALDEN 79303 Hwy. 40, 136 Lincoln Ave., 970-722-0100, 970-879-1828, RiverRanchesBeef History Museums YAMPA VALLEY NORTH PARK PIONEER STRAWBERRY FARMS MUSEUM WOLCOTT HOT SPRINGS, 48755 RCR56C, 387 Logan St., 970-879-0342, 970-871-6992, 970-723-3282, Guest & Dude Ranches Farmers’ Markets Wildlife Viewing/ State Parks 4 EAGLE RANCH Refuges 4098 Hwy. 131, STEAMBOAT SPRINGS MOOSE VISITOR 970-926-3372, FARMER’S MARKET COLORADO PARKS AND CENTER - STATE 7th St. & Yampa St., WILDLIFE - STEAMBOAT FOREST STATE PARK 970-846-1800, SPRINGS WILDLIFE SER- 56750 Hwy. 14, Wine & Wineries VICE CENTER 970-723-8366, VINES AT VAIL WINERY 925 Weiss Dr., farmers-market 4098 Hwy. 131, Unit W, 970-870-2197, Parks/stateforest Guest & Dude 970-949-9463, Ranches STATE FOREST STATE TABERNASH PARK, 56750 Hwy. 14, ELK RIVER 970-723-8366, YAMPA GUEST RANCH Guest & Dude 29840 Routt County Rd. 64, parks/stateforest Guest & Dude Ranches 970-879-1946, Wildlife Viewing/ Ranches DEVIL’S THUMB RANCH Refuges EAGLE ROCK SADDLEBACK RANCH RESORT & SPA RANCH 29830 CR 8, 37350 County Rd. 179, 3530 County Rd. 83, ARAPAHO NATIONAL 970-638-4617, 970-879-3711, 970-726-5632, WILDLIFE REFUGE 953 Jackson County Rd. #32, 970-723-8202, Historic Places & Historic Places & TOPONAS Districts Districts Farm & Ranch YAMPA WALKING TOUR HISTORIC STEAMBOAT WHITEWATER 100 Main St., SPRINGS DEPOT Activities Guest & Dude 970-638-4480 1001 13th St., COBERLY CREEK 970-879-9008, OUTFITTERS Ranches History Museums 35591 Hwy. 134, BROKEN SPOKE YAMPA-EGERIA MUSEUM HISTORIC STEAMBOAT 970-638-4281, GAME RANCH 100 Main St., SPRINGS WALKING TOUR 8700 Reeder Mesa Rd., 970-638-4480 800 Oak St., 970-241-3949, 979-879-2214, Outdoor Outfitters Scenic & Historic COBERLY CREEK Wine & Wineries Byways HOWELSEN HILL OUTFITTERS FLAT TOPS TRAIL 845 Howelsen Hill Pkwy., 970-638-4281, REEDER MESA 970-879-8499, VINEYARDS SCENIC & co-steamboatsprings.civicplus. 7799 Reeder Mesa Rd., HISTORIC BYWAY, 970-638-4516, com/index.aspx?nid=131 VAIL 970-242-7468, OLYMPIC HERITAGE Breweries scenic-byways WALKING TOUR 8th & Oak Sts., VAIL BREWING COMPANY WINTER PARK 970-879-2214, 41290 B-2 & B-3 US Hwy. 6, 970-470-4351, Breweries SPRINGS OF STEAMBOAT HIDEAWAY SPRINGS WALKING TOUR Farmers’ Markets PARK BREWERY 137 10th St., 78927 US Hwy. 40, 970-879-2060, VAIL FARMERS’ 970-363-7312, MARKET & ART SHOW php?id=39 Meadow Dr. in Vail Village, 970-476-1281,

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Events and Festivals A Sampling of Regional Highlights

 Monte Vista Crane Festival, March Gunnison Farmers Market • Colorado Farm and Art  Leadville Boom Days, August Market at Ivywild School • Westcliffe Farmers Market •  Salida Fiber Festival, September plants and animals raised in this area since the 16th cen- tury • Navajo-churro sheep • celebrations, tours, pairings  San Luis Valley Potato Festival (Monte Vista), September and events all year long • San Luis’ La Vega, Mexican-era  Harvest Festival (Colorado Springs), October communal grazing land • Roast Craft Coffee & Libations in Alamosa • The Blue Star in Colorado Springs • Colon This Region’s Yummies Orchards farm market

Beef, bison, quinoa, potatoes, artisanal cheeses, elk, deer, trout, produce, chiles, bolito beans, corn, beer, wine and spirits

ALAMOSA SANGRE DE CRISTO ALMA BAILEY NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA Breweries 623 4th St., Historic Places & Historic Places & 719-580-5016, SAN LUIS VALLEY Districts Districts BREWING History Museums BUCKSKIN GULCH HISTOR- ENTRIKEN CABIN McGraw 631 Main St., IC AUTO TOUR Buckskin Rd. Park, 303-838-7740, 719-587-BEER, SAN LUIS VALLEY MUSEUM (County Rd. 8), 719-836-2031, 401 Hunt Ave., canyon-history.htm 719-587-0667, Culinary Activities recreation/scenicdrivinginfo/ MCGRAW PARK Downtown recarea/?recid=47012& Bailey, 303-838-7740, park GRAMPA’S valley-museum.html actid=105 GOURMET HONEY SAN LUIS VALLEY attractions/mcgraw-park 10430 US-160, HISTORIC DOWNTOWN MUSEUM ASSOCIATION ALMA WALKING TOUR 59 E. 719-588-5863, 1414 2nd St., Wine & Wineries Buckskin Rd., 719-836-2712, 719-580-4346, ASPEN PEAK CELLARS VALLEY FOOD CO-OP MAGNOLIA MILL Inlet of 60750 US Hwy. 285, 303-816- 3211 Main St., 5504, 719-589-5727, Outdoor Outfitters Montgomery Reservoir, 719-836-2031 WILDERNESS BEULAH Farm & Ranch ADVENTURES, INC., Wildlife Viewing/ 719-587-3057, Refuges Wine & Wineries Activities SONGBIRD CELLARS 8881 KW FARMS WINDY RIDGE BRISTLE- Trains Grand Ave., 719-485-7664, 7725 County Rd. 1 S., CONE PINE SCENIC AREA, 719-589-0429, RIO GRANDE 719-836-2031, parkcountyheri SCENIC RAILROAD index.php/who-we- 610 State St., bristlecone-pine-scenic-area BLACK FOREST are?layout=edit&id=46& 719-587-0520, tmpl=component ANTONITO Farm & Ranch Activities Farmers’ Markets Wildlife Viewing/ Guest & Dude Refuges Ranches HIGH ALTITUDE RHU- ALAMOSA BARB ORGANIC FARM & FARMERS’ MARKET ALAMOSA NATIONAL RANCH NURSERY 7225 Wildridge Rd., 6th St. & State Ave., WILDLIFE REFUGE 1484 FDR 250, 719-376-2440, 719-494-8424, 719-480-4365, 9383 El Rancho Ln., 719-589-4021, VALLEY FARMERS MARKET Museums BONANZA 719-580-8125, BLANCA WILDLIFE CONEJOS COUNTY MUSE- HABITAT AREA/ UM AND VISITORS CENTER Factories/Mine Historic Places & 5252 US Hwy. 285, 719- Tours/Gold Panning 11 miles NE of Alamosa on 376-2438, Districts County Rd. 2S, conejos-county-museum.html BONANZA 14 miles west of US Hwy. 285 on County Rd. HISTORIC DOWNTOWN 719-274-8971, Trains LL56, 719-655-2547, ALAMOSA WALKING TOUR US Hwy. 160 W., attractions/blanca-wildlife- CUMBRES & TOLTEC SCE- 719-589-3681, habitat-area-blanca-wetlands/ NIC RAILROAD Junction 17 & 285, 719-376-5483, south

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BUENA VISTA WISHING STAR FARM 24024 Trains GOLD CAMP BREWING CO HIghway 94, 719-244-7252, 1007 S. Tejon St., 719-695- COLORADO WINE TRAIN 0344, Breweries South at 3rd St. & Hwy 50, GREAT STORM BREWING EDDYLINE RESTAURANT, Historic Places & 719-276-4000, CO 204 Mount View Ln. #3, BREWERY & TAPHOUSE Districts 719-266-4200, 102 Linderman, 719-966-6018, PAINT MINES INTERPRE- ROYAL GORGE ROUTE RAILROAD South at 3rd St. TIVE PARK 29950 Paint IRON BIRD BREWING CO Distilleries Mine Rd., 719-520-6375, adm. & Hwy. 50, 719-276-4000, 402 S. Ave., 719-424- 7002, DEERHAMMER DISTILLING DispForm.aspx?ID=19 COMPANY 321 E. Main St., Wildlife Viewing/ NANO 108 BREWING CO 719-395-9464, Refuges 2402 Waynoka Rd., 719-596- CAÑON CITY 2337, ARKANSAS RIVER TOURS Farm & Ranch Breweries 49311 US Hwy. 50, 719-942- PHANTOM CANYON BREW- 4362, ING CO 2 E. Pikes Peak Ave., Activities ROYAL GORGE BREWING 719-635-2800, CO 413 Main St., 719-345-4141, JUMPIN’ GOOD GOAT Wine & Wineries DAIRY 31700 N. Hwy. 24, LE FUSELIER WINERY AT RED LEG BREWING CO 4630 719-395-4646, Factories/Mine SPRING CREEK VINEYARDS Forge Rd., 719-598-3776, Tours/Gold Panning 1702 Willow St., 719-315-2075, WEATHERVANE FARM ROCK BOTTOM RESTAU- BIG NUGGET ADVENTURES, 29135 Co Rd. 135, WINERY AT HOLY CROSS RANT 3316 Cinema Pt., 719- SP 1405 Harrison St., 719- 719-395-8356, ABBEY 3011 E. US Hwy. 50, 550-3586, 371-1418, coloradogolddiggers. 877-422-9463, com/about-us ROCKY MOUNTAIN Farmers’ Markets BREWERY 625 Paonia St., Farm & Ranch 719-528-1651, therockymount BUENA VISTA FARMER’S Activities CASCADE MARKET 409 E. Main St., 719-219-6643, COLON ORCHARDS 3175 Wine & Wineries SMILING TOAD BREWING Grandview Ave., 719-275-6359, CO 1757 S. 8th St., 719-418- WINERY AT PIKES PEAK 2936, Guest & Dude 4455 Fountain Ave., 719-684- DIANA’S PUMPKIN PATCH 8000, STORYBOOK BREWING 3121 Ranches & CORN MAZE 1649 A N. El Paso St., 719-633-6266, Poplar Ave., 719-821-9133, WINES OF COLORADO 8045 FRONTIER RANCH 22150 W. Hwy. 24, 719-684-0900, County Rd. #322, 719-395-4111, TRINITY BREWING FAMILY ROOTS FARM 545 COMPANY 1466 Garden of Pages/Frontier-Ranch.aspx S. Lincoln Ave., 719-371-3241, COLORADO CITY the Gods Rd., 719-634-0029, TRAIL WEST LODGE 18800 Trail W. Dr., 719-395-2477, Roots-Farm/ Scenic & Historic TRIPLE S BREWING CO 318 109095222454481 Byways E. Colorado Ave., 719-344- Pages/Trail-West-Lodge.aspx MINI MOOS AND KIDS TOO 5477, Horseback Riding 1221 High St., 719-431-3309, FRONTIER PATHWAYS Certified Creative SCENIC & HISTORIC AMERICAN ADVENTURE BYWAY, 719-676-3000, Districts Farmers’ Markets EXPEDITIONS 12844 Hwy. DOWNTOWN COLORA- 24/285, 719-395-2409, CAÑON CITY FARMER’S DO SPRINGS CREATIVE MARKET 211 S. 3rd St., COLORADO DISTRICT 111 S. Tejon St., Ste. COLORADO ADVENTURES 719-783-2470, SPRINGS 404, 719-886-0088, down 12600 US Hwy. 24, 719-395-2112, Historic Places & Breweries town/arts-culture.html ELK MOUNTAIN DUDE Districts BJ’S RESTAURANT AND Culinary Activities RANCH Co Rd. 185, BREWHOUSE 5150 N. Nevada 719-539-4430, COLORADO SCENIC TRAINS Ave., 719-268-0505, GARDEN OF THE GODS 330 Royal Gorge Blvd., GOURMET 410 S. 26th St, Hot Springs 719-276-4000, 719-471-2799, BRISTOL BREWING 1604 S. CREEKSIDE HOT SPRINGS Cascade Ave., 719-633-2555, CABIN 15654 County Rd. Horseback Riding Distilleries 289A, 719-207-2100, BADGER CREEK RANCH CB & POTTS 261 Kaycee COCKPIT CRAFT DIS- 5795 CR2, 719-837-2962, Case Pl., 719-481-9034, TILLERY 4893 Galley Rd., Outdoor Outfitters 720-299-0071, cockpitcraftdistillery GENEVA PARK OUTFIT- FORT ROYAL RIDING STA- CMB AT THE ROUNDHOUSE TERS, LLC, 719-439-4606, BLES 44899 W. US Hwy. 50, 600 S. 21st St., 719-466-8240, DISTILLERY 291 1647 S. 719-275-2962, roadtrippers. Tejon St., 719-323-8010, HORN FORK GUIDES, LTD, com/us/canon-city-co/attrac COLORADO MOUNTAIN 719-395-3665, coloradobig tions/fort-royal-stables BREWERY 11202 Rampart PURE DISTILLERIES 2842 B Hills Vw., 719-434-5750, Janitell Rd., 303-233-7873 Scenic & Historic Byways Farm & Ranch CALHAN FIELDHOUSE BREWING CO GOLD BELT TOUR SCENIC 521 S. Tejon, 719-354-4143, Activities Farm & Ranch & HISTORIC BYWAY 3170 BLACK FOREST BISON Activities E. Main St., 719-269-8500, BrewingCompany COMPANY 1234 E. Woodmen HERITAGE BELLE FARMS FOSSIL BREWING CO 2845 Rd., #120, 719-488-3898, 22755 E. Garrett Rd., 970-310- Ore Mill Rd., 719-375-8298, 0852,

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C2 ALPACAS, INC 10825 OLD COLORADO CITY GHOST TOWN MUSEUM COTOPAXI Hardy Rd., 719-339-5229, FARMERS MARKET 2408 W. 400 S. 21st St., 719-634-0696, Colorado Ave., 719-574-1283, Farm & Ranch COLORADO STATE UNIVER- JOHN MAY MUSEUM CEN- Activities SITY EXTENSION - MASTER events/event/farmers-market TER 710 Rock Creek Canyon GARDENERS 305 S. Union Guest & Dude Rd., 719-576-0450, colorado OSWALD CATTLE COM- Blvd., 719-520-7684, PANY 2241 County Rd. 1A, Ranches 719-942-4361, PRO RODEO HALL OF FAME DOHERTY HIGH SCHOOL BROADMOOR’S RANCH AT 101 Pro Rodeo Dr., 719-528- FARMERS’ MARKET 4515 EMERALD VALLEY 1 Lake 4764, Farmers’ Markets Ave., 719-334-7711, Barnes Rd., ROCKY MOUNTAIN MOTOR- farmersmarkets COTOPAXI FARMERS’ ?NCK=list_coloradorev CYCLE MUSEUM 5867 N. MARKET 20326 US Hwy. 50, EARTH’S GREEN GIFTS Nevada Ave., 719-487-8005, CHICO BASIN RANCH 22500 719-942-3700, 2425 Ave., pages/Cotopaxi-Farmers- Peyton Hwy. S., 719-683-7960, SPACE FOUNDATION Market/1384847291754517 HERITAGE FARMERS MAR- DISCOVERY CENTER KET 1200 W. Cheyenne Rd., GOLDEN EAGLE RANCH RV 4425 Arrowswest Dr., Guest & Dude 719-475-6120, PARK & CAMPGROUNDS 719-576-8000, Ranches 710 Rock Creek Canyon Rd., 719-576-0450, EDEN WEST RANCH 5968 LAS BONITAS ALPACA State Parks State Hwy. 69, RANCH, LLC 4000 Crosslen Ln., 719-481-6933, Historic Places & Districts STATE PARK 410 JL Ranch CREEDE Heights, 719-576-2016, cpw. PIKES PEAK URBAN GAR- GARDEN OF THE GODS DENS 730 N. Nevada Ave., Factories/Mine VISITOR AND NATURE CEN- cheyennemountain 719-651-3416, Tours/Gold Panning TER 1805 N. 30th St., 719-634- Wildlife Viewing/ VENETUCCI FARM 5210 S. 6666, LAST CHANCE MINE 504 Hwy. 85, 719-391-8102, VAN BRIGGLE POTTERY Refuges Last Chance Mine Rd., 719-238- 1024 S. Tejon St., 719-633- COLORADO PARKS AND 7959, WILD HAIR ALPACAS 5815 7729, WILDLIFE - COLORADO Farm & Ranch Mountain Shadow View, SPRINGS WILDLIFE 719-495-6694, History Museums SERVICE CENTER 4255 Activities COLORADO SPRINGS Sinton Rd., 719-227-5200, SOWARD RANCH 6164 Farmers’ Markets PIONEERS MUSEUM 215 Middle Creek Rd., 719-658- S. Tejon St., 719-385-5990, Wine & Wineries 2295, BRIARGATE FARMERS’ Soward-Ranch/ MARKET 7610 N. Union Blvd., MCALLISTER HOUSE MU- BLACK FOREST MEADERY 167058833353498 719-592-9420, SEUM 423 N. Cascade Ave., 6420-A Burrows Rd., pages/Briargate- Guest & Dude 719-635-7925, Farmers-Market/ Ranches 554875591209324 SETTE DOLORI 9750 Millard ROCK LEDGE RANCH 3105 Way, 719-282-1193, 4UR RANCH One Goose BROADMOOR FARMERS’ Gateway Rd., 719-578-6777, Creek Rd., 719-658-2202, MARKET 315 Lake Ave., 719-592-9420, TAPATERIA 2607 W. BroadmoorFarmersMarket 2850 S. Chey- Colorado Ave., 719-471-8272, Historic Places & enne Canyon Rd., 719-632- COLORADO FARM & ART Districts 0765, VINO COLORADO CELLARS MARKET 1604 S. Cascade 2502 W. Colorado Ave., 719- BACHELOR HISTORIC LOOP Ave. (Ivywild School), 719-640- WESTERN MUSEUM OF 635-1555, TOUR Forest Service Rds. 504 6154, MINING AND INDUSTRY 225 N. Gate Blvd., 719-488-0880, & 503, 719-658-2374, COLORADO FARM & ART COMO MARKET 7350 Pine Creek Rd., byways.html 719-640-6154, Horseback Riding Historic Places & HISTORIC DOWNTOWN ACADEMY RIDING STABLES Districts CREEDE: WALKING TOUR COLORADO SPRINGS 4 El Paso Blvd., 719-633-5667, Main St. & La Garita Ave., 719- BOREAS PASS HISTORIC FARMERS’ MARKET 3650 658-2004, New Center Point, AUTO TOUR Boreas Pass Rd. 970-785-6133 ADVENTURES OUT WEST (County Rd. 33), 719-836-2031, 1680 S. 21st St., 719-578-0935, Rio Grande National Forest MEMORIAL PARK FARMERS heritage-attractions/boreas- east of Creede, 719-657-3321, MARKET Union Blvd & Pikes pass-historic-auto-tour Peak Ave., 719-574-1283 STABLES AT THE BROAD- MOOR 6620 Old Stage Rd., BOREAS PASS SECTION History Museums MONUMENT HILL FARMERS 719-448-0371, HOUSE Boreas Pass Summit, CREEDE HISTORICAL MARKET 66 S. Jefferson St., 719-836-2031, MUSEUM AT THE D&RGW 719-592-9420, springsfarmer Huts/sectionhouse.php!monu Museums DEPOT 17 S. Main, 719-658- ment/cc1x COMO DEPOT 17 6th St. & 2004, AMERICAN NUMISMATIC Broadway, 719-836-2594 creede-historical-society- OLD COLORADO CITY ASSOCIATION MONEY museum.html FARMERS MARKET Union MUSEUM 818 N. Cascade HISTORIC COMO WALKING Blvd. & Pikes Peak Ave., 719- Ave., 719-632-2646, money. TOUR 6th St. & Broadway, UNDERGROUND MINING 574-1283, shopoldcolo org/money-museum 719-836-1910, southparkheri MUSEUM F S. Rd. 503 #9, 719-658-0811, underground farmers-market DR. LESTER WILLIAMS FIRE uploads/como_brochure.pdf MUSEUM 375 Printers Pkwy., 719-385-5950, Outdoor Outfitters CIRCLE DIVIDE OUTFIT- TERS, 719-658-2253, 50 1-800-Colorado | South Central [ COLORADO ROOTS

Scenic & Historic Culinary Activities Farmers’ Markets Horseback Riding Byways ORGANIC PEDDLER STONE CREEK FARMSTEAD AMERICAN RANCH SILVER THREAD SCENIC ON THE EDGE 4145 Omer Rd., 1484 Park C.R. 7, & HISTORIC BYWAY 1207 14475 Hwy. 160, 719-836-2700, N. Main St., 800-571-0881, 719-657-9042, Guest & Dude Ranches FLYING HORSE RANCH Farm & Ranch 39823 Hwy. 285 CRESTONE Activities D&B RANCH 6250 County Rd. Hotels 61, Culinary Activities CORSET RANCH Outdoor Outfitters FAIRPLAY HOTEL ELEPHANT CLOUD TEA 1275 County Rd. 17, 500 Main St., 719-836-4699, 719-657-4684, SHOP & GROCERY 200 KB OUTDOORS, INC. Cottonwood St., 719-496-0966, 719-640-3888 HAND HOTEL 531 Front St., attractions/corset-ranch State Parks 719-836-3595, Elephant-Cloud-Tea DIAMOND-D-BAR RANCH & shop/106516396047313 OUTFITTERS INC. Wildlife Viewing/ 8018 N. Rd. 6 W., 21045 Hwy. 67 S., 719-687- Refuges Farmers Markets 719-657-2293, 2366, BUFFALO PEAKS RANCH/ togo/parks/mueller CRESTONE FARMERS ROCKY MOUNTAIN LAND MARKET 187 W. Silver Ave., LAZ EWE 2 BAR LIBRARY Colorado Hwy. 9 at 719-256-6400 GOAT DAIRY,LLC ELLICOTT Garo, 10530 County Rd. 15, History Museums 719-850-9914, Farm & Ranch HIGH CREEK FEN Hwy. 285 south of Fairplay, 719-836- CRESTONE HISTORICAL lazewe2bargoatdairy. Activities 4279, MUSEUM 108 W. Galena Ave., LIL BIT FARMS 2632 Bar 10 work/northamerica/states/ 719-256-4313, museumtrail. NATIVE GRASS BEEF 1257 Rd., 719-966-7465, colorado/preserves/art522. org/crestone-history-museum. County Rd. 17, 719-657-4684, html html jreviews/tag/state/Colorado/ FAIRPLAY Wine & Wineries CRIPPLE CREEK cat:38 ROCKYSPRING WINERY Factories/Mine Farm & Ranch Stays Breweries 1339 Wolfe Rd., 720-324-2833, Tours/Gold Panning DOUBLE SPUR LODGE & SOUTH PARK BREWING 297 RANCH 17228 Hwy. 160, 1/2 US Hwy. 285, 719-836- FLORENCE MOLLIE KATHLEEN MINE 719-657-2920, 1932, southparkbrewingcolo 9388 Hwy. 67, 719-689-2466, Farmers’ Markets Historic Places & Guest & Dude FLORENCE FARMERS’ History Museums Ranches Districts MARKET Corner of Pikes Peak FAIRPLAY HISTORIC WALK- & 3rd St., 719-784-6489, flor CRIPPLE CREEK ANTA GRANDE ELK RANCH ING TOUR Main St. (Hwy. 9), HERITAGE CENTER 19612 W. US Hwy. 160, 719-836-4279, businesses/florence-farm 9283 S. Hwy. 67, 719-657-0942, parkcountyheri ers-market-0 719-689-3315, Historic Places & fairplay-walking-tour/index. Outdoor Outfitters businesses/cripple- Districts html@show_more=1 J AND J GUIDE AND OUT- creek-heritage-and-informa FOURMILE CREEK HISTOR- OLD SPANISH TRAIL - LA FITTERS, LLC 888-855-0211, tion-center IC AUTO TOUR County Rd. 18, VEREDA DEL NORTE CHAP- OUTLAWS & LAWMEN TER PO Box 213, 719-657-3161 719-836-2031, parkcounty JAIL MUSEUM WINDSOR HOTEL 625 136 W. Bennett Ave., and-trips/suggested-trips/in- Grand Ave., 719-657-2350, the-shadow-of-the-mosqui 719-689-6556, Breweries to-range/ businesses/cripple- History Museums TARRYALL VALLEY TOUR COLORADO MTN. BREWERY creek-jail-museum County Rd. 77, 719-748-3015, 6371 Specker Ave., Bldg 1532, RIO GRANDE COUNTY 719-884-2020, Trains MUSEUM AND CULTURAL heritage-attractions/tarry CENTER 580 Oak St., 719- all-valley-tour CRIPPLE CREEK & VICTOR 657-2847, NARROW GAUGE RAILROAD rio-grande-county-museum. WESTON PASS HISTORIC History Museums 520 E. Carr St., html AUTO TOUR Weston Pass Rd. 719-689-2640, (County Rd. 22), 719-836-2031, FORT GARLAND MUSEUM Outdoor Outfitters 29477 Hwy. 159, 719-379-3512, Wine & Wineries DIAMOND D BAR OUTFIT- recreation/scenicdrivinginfo/ TERS 719-850-1722, diamond- recarea/?recid=47007& Scenic & Historic BYERS CELLARS actid=105 109 W. Galena Ave., Byways 303-570-5536, PREWITT OUTFITTERS 719- History Museums LOS CAMINOS ANTIGU- 657-0518, FAIRPLAY VISITOR CENTER wineries/colorado-wineries OS SCENIC & HISTORIC DIVIDE 100 4th St., 719-836-2387, BYWAY PO Box 86, 719-379- DEL NORTE 3500, Breweries SOUTH PARK CITY MUSE- Breweries UM 100 4th St., 719-836-2387, FOUNTAIN PARADOX BEER COMPANY THREE BARREL 10 Buffalo Ct., 719-686-8081, Culinary Activities BREWING COMPANY 475 Grand Ave., LOCALVORE COLORADO 719-852-3314, CO-OP 8790 Birdsall Rd., 719-200-4847, 1-800-Colorado | 51 COLORADO ROOTS [ South Central

Farm & Ranch HOOPER State Parks Trains Activities Farm & Ranch LEADVILLE, CO & HILLBILLY FARMS 10720 4229 County Rd. 92, 719-748- SOUTHERN RAILROAD R.E.A. Rd., 719-382-8930, Activities 3401, 326 E. 7th St., go/parks/elevenmile 719-486-3936, JONES FARMS ORGANICS farms-M26115 11221 Rd. N. 110, 719-378-2299, SPINNEY MOUNTAIN STATE PARK 4229 County Rd. 92, Farmers’ Markets 719-748-3401, MANASSA FOUNTAIN FARMERS’ JEFFERSON placestogo/parks/spinney Farm & Ranch MARKET 205 S. Fountain St., mountain 719-205-8574, localharvest. Historic Places & Activities org/fountain-farmers- Districts LEADVILLE SALAZAR NATURAL market-M27614 MEATS, INC DERBY CABIN County Rd. 77 Breweries 20740 County Rd. M, below Tarryall Reservoir, 719- GOLDEN 719-580-5264, 836-2031, parkcountyheritage. PERIODIC BREWING 115 E. Distilleries com/heritage-attractions/ 7th St., 720-864-1012, derby-cabin/index.html Historic Places & LOCAL DISTILLING INC 417 Violet St., 720-708-2584 KENOSHA PASS SUMMIT Factories/Mine Districts US Hwy. 285 at Kenosha Pass, Tours/Gold Panning 719-836-2031 RIO GRANDE: VARGAS GRANT MATCHLESS MINE 1 1/4 CROSSING LAKE GEORGE miles east on E. 7th St., 11.5 miles east of Manassa on Guest & Dude 719-486-1229, CO Hwy. 142, Ranches Guest & Dude 719-852-5941, TUMBLING RIVER RANCH Ranches Historic Places & 3715 County Rd. 62, 303-838- Districts History Museums 5981, M LAZY C RANCH 801 JACK DEMPSEY County Rd. 453, 719-748-3398, ROUTE OF THE SILVER MUSEUM AND PARK Scenic & Historic KINGS HERITAGE DRIVING 412 Main St., Byways MULE CREEK OUTFIT- TOUR 809 Harrison Ave., 855- 719-843-5207, TERS/M LAZY C RANCH 488-1222, GUANELLA PASS SCENIC & 801 C.R. 453, 719-748-3398, history_tours dempsey-museum.html HISTORIC BYWAY County Rd. 62, 303-275-5610, coloradodot. Horseback Riding info/travel/scenic-byways/ PUMA HILLS RIVER RANCH MANITOU north-central/guanella-pass 34800 County Rd. 77, HALFMOON PACKING & 719-748-8278, OUTFITTING, LLC/MEGA SPRINGS GUFFEY MOUNTAIN MAGIC 1100 E. Tennessee Rd., 719-486-4570, Breweries TARRYALL RIVER RANCH Cabins/Cottages 27001.5 County Rd. 77, 719- MANITOU BREWING CO 748-1214, MEGA MOUNTAIN MAGIC 725 Manitou Ave., GUFFEY CABINS Downtown 1100 E. Tennessee Rd., 719-282-7709, Guffey, 719-689-3291, Historic Places & 719-486-4570, Districts Historic Places & Farm & Ranch ELEVENMILE CANYON Museums Districts Activities DRIVING TOUR County Rd. 96, 719-836-2031, south & MANITOU CLIFF CAMPBELL RANCH 3173 912 Harrison DWELLINGS County Rd. 71, 719-689-3150, default/files/uploads/eleven Ave., 719-486-0487, US Hwy. 24 W., mile_brochure.pdf 719-685-5242, Museums HAY CREEK OVERLOOK NATIONAL MINING HALL Tarryall Rd. (County Rd. 77), OF FAME AND MUSEUM MANITOU SPRINGS GUFFEY MUSEUM Main St., 120 W. 9th St., 719-486-1229, 719-748-3015, parkcountyheri HERITAGE CENTER 719-689-3291, 517 Manitou Ave., hay-creek-overlook/index.html TEMPLE ISRAEL FOUNDA- 719-685-1454, manitouspringsheritagecenter. HARTSEL LOST CREEK NATIONAL TION 208 W. 8th St., 303-709- 7050, org/manitou-springs-heritage- NATURAL AREA County Rd. brew-festival Wildlife Viewing/ 77, 719-836-2031, nature.nps. Outdoor Outfitters Refuges gov/nnl/site.cfm?Site= PIKES PEAK LOCR-CO HALFMOON PACKING & COG RAILWAY BUCKLEY RANCH County Rd. OUTFITTING, LLC, 719-486- 515 Ruxton Ave., 59 east of Hartsel, 719-836- SNAIR CABIN Lake George 4570, 719-685-5401, Park, 719-836-4298 4298, parkcountyheritage. com/heritage-attractions/ SNAIR RANCH County Rd. 77, Scenic & Historic buckley-ranch/ 719-836-4298, parkcounty Byways History Museums MIRAMONT CASTLE tions/snair-ranch/index.html INDEPENDENCE PASS HOMELAKE Independence Pass, MUSEUM AND WILKERSON PASS VISITOR MANITOU SPRINGS Historic Places & CENTER 14 miles west of Lake independence-pass/ HISTORICAL SOCIETY Districts George on US Hwy. 24, 719- independence-pass-travel- 9 Capitol Hill Ave., 836-2031, information.html 719-685-1011, HOMELAKE VETERANS’ psicc/workingtogether/volun HISTORY MUSEUM 3749 teering/?cid=FSM9_032797 Sherman Ave., 719-852-8235,

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Trains Wildlife Viewing/ NATHROP Horseback Riding Refuges COLORADO HIGH Farm & Ranch GRANITE MOUNTAIN ADVENTURE TRAIN COLORADO PARKS AND OUTFITTERS 515 Ruxton Ave., WILDLIFE - MONTE VISTA Activities 45,000 S. Hwy. 285, 719-685-5401, WILDLIFE SERVICE CENTER ARROWPOINT CATTLE 0722 S. Rd. 1 E., COMPANY Adventure%20by%20Cog%20 719-587-6900, 21900 County Rd. 196, RUSH Hiking-Changes.htm 719-395-8546, Farm & Ranch Wine & Wineries MONTE VISTA NATIONAL Activities WILDLIFE REFUGE Horseback Riding D’VINE WINE 6120 County Rd. 15, MANITOU SPRINGS DAMN NEAR ANYTHING 719-589-4021, DEER VALLEY RANCH SWINE RANCH 934 Manitou Ave., 16825 C.R. 162, 719-685-1030 560 N. Holtwood Rd., 719-395-2353, 719-478-2082, FOUR LEAVES WINERY MONUMENT 934 Manitou Ave., MT. PRINCETON 719-685-1030, Breweries RIDING STABLES SAGUACHE ICE CAVE CIDER HOUSE 14582 CR 162, SWIRL WINE BAR 174 Washington St., 719-395-3630, Culinary Activities 717 Manitou Ave., 719-510-1636, 4TH STREET DINER 719-685-2294, Hot Springs 411 4th St., ciderhouse 719-655-6411, MOFFAT PIKES PEAK BREWING ALPINE HOTSPRINGS 1756 Lake Woodmoor Rd., HIDEAWAY 4thStreetDinerBakery 16185 CR 162, Hot Springs 719-208-4098, 719-530-1112, Farm & Ranch JOYFUL JOURNEY Activities HOT SPRINGS SPA Distilleries ANTERO HOT 28640 CR 58 EE, BLUE RANGE RANCH 3 HUNDRED DAYS SPRINGS CABINS 52501 County Rd. U, 719-256-4328, 16120 County Rd. 162, DISTILLING 719-655-2003, 719-539-8204, 279 Beacon Lite Rd., 719-488-2858, MONTE VISTA GREEN EARTH FARM MOUNT PRINCETON PO Box 612, HOT SPRINGS RESORT Farmers’ Markets Farm & Ranch 15870 County Rd. 162, MONTE VISTA Activities 719-395-2447, Historic Places & SUNSHINE MARKET PEAK RANCH Districts Fullenwider Park, ALPACAS, LLC 719-852-2731, 19850 Beacon Lite Rd., PENROSE ROBERTSON’S 719-232-8509, FLOUR MILL Farm & Ranch 22555 County Rd. 46, Historic Places & Activities 719-655-2847, slvheritage. Districts SEARLE RANCH 18911 Cherry com/heritage-attractions/ Springs Ranch Dr., HAPPY APPLE FARM robertson-s-flour-mill/ HISTORIC DOWNTOWN 719-481-3735, 1190 1st St., MONTE VISTA 719-372-6300, History Museums WALKING TOUR US Hwy. 160 (1st Ave.), Wine & Wineries SAGUACHE 719-852-0660, JENKINS FARMS APPLE COUNTY MUSEUM CATRIONA CELLARS VALLEY ORCHARD 405 8th St. (US Hwy. 285), 243 Washington St., MonteVistaHistory.asp 448 K St., 719-655-2557, 719-481-3477, 719-240-2737, History Museums county-museum.html MONTE VISTA MOSCA THIRD STREET APPLES Wildlife Viewing/ HISTORICAL SOCIETY 935 3rd St., Refuges 110 Jefferson St., Farm & Ranch 719-372-6283, 719-849-9320, museumtrail. Activities RUSSELL LAKES org/monte-vista-historical- STATE WILDLIFE AREA society-museum.html WHITE MOUNTAIN FARM PEYTON 9 miles south of Saguache on 5305 Colorado 17, Hwy. 285, Museums 719-378-2436, Breweries 719-587-6900, TRANSPORTATION OF THE JAKS BREWING COMPANY attractions/russell-lakes-state- WEST MUSEUM 7654 McLaughlin Rd., Guest & Dude wildlife-area/ 916 1st Ave., Ranches 719-375-1116, 719-849-9320, SALIDA ZAPATA RANCH TransportationMuseum.asp 5305 State Hwy. 150, PONCHA Breweries Outdoor Outfitters 719-378-2356, SPRINGS AMICAS CHEROKEE T. P. Breweries 136 E. 2nd St., OUTFITTERS State Parks 719-539-5219, 719-754-0581, ELEVATION BEER 16399 Ln. 6, COMPANY MOONLIGHT PIZZA FRAZIER OUTFITTING 719-738-2020, 115 Pahlone Pkwy., AND BREWPUB 719-588-3386, 719-539-5258, 242 F St., parks/sanluis 719-539-4277, Certified Creative 1-800-Colorado | 53 COLORADO ROOTS [ South Central

Districts Scenic & Historic History Museums WESTCLIFFE Byways SALIDA CREATIVE SANFORD MUSEUM Distilleries DISTRICT 778 Main St., 220 W. Sackett Ave., SCENIC & HISTORIC BY- 719-588-6410, SANGRE DISTILLERIES, LLC WAY From Salida & Poncha 25 Rangeview Loop, Springs to Granite, museum.html 719-783-0296, Distilleries SHAWNEE BOATHOUSE DISTILLERY scenic-byways/south-central/ Farmers’ Markets 7728 Country Rd. 150 Rd., collegiate-peaks 719-239-0390, Guest & Dude WESTCLIFFE State Parks Ranches FARMERS’ MARKET 315 Main St., WOOD’S HIGH ARKANSAS HEADWATERS BOXWOOD GULCH MOUNTAIN DISTILLERY RECREATION AREA 307 W. 719-783-4833, RANCH 54371 Hwy. 285, 144 W. 1st St., Sackett Ave., 719-539-7289, 303-838-2465, 719-207-4315, Historic Places & parks/arkansasheadwaters recreationarea NORTH FORK RANCH & Districts Farm & Ranch FISHING LODGE Activities Wildlife Viewing/ 55395 US 285, BECKWITH RANCH Refuges 303-838-9873, CATTLEBARON’S COLORADO Hwy. 69 N., FARM-TO-TABLE COLORADO PARKS AND 903-571-1365, Hwy. 291, WILDLIFE - SALIDA WILD- SOUTH FORK 719-207-2737, LIFE SERVICE CENTER 7405 Horseback Riding Hwy. 50, 719-530-5520, Farm & Ranch JEFFERSON FARMS MUSIC MEADOWS RANCH Activities 6076 CR 119, ALPACAS AND Wine & Wineries PACO-VICUNAS SOL MOUNTAIN FARM 719-783-2222, 8815 Co Rd 150, 303-870-3056, MOUNTAIN SPIRIT AND LANDSCAPING jeffersonfarms WINERY, LTD 440 Valley View Dr., Outdoor Outfitters 15750 CR 220, 303-518-6668, 719-539-1175, SANGRE DE CRISTO Farm & Ranch Stays Farmers’ Markets OUTFITTERS, INC., MOUNTAIN GOAT LODGE VINO SALIDA 719-783-2265, 8100 W. Hwy. 50, Unit B, SOUTH FORK 9582 US Hwy. 285, 719-539-6299, FARMER’S MARKET 719-539-7173, 28 Silverthread Ln., WOODLAND 719-873-5466, ROAD PARK Farmers’ Markets 146 W. 1st St., 719-539-0420, VILLAGE FARMER’S Archaeological Sites SALIDA FARMERS’ MARKET MARKET 5th & E. Sts., 550 Airport Rd., DINOSAUR 719-539-5345, SAN LUIS 719-873-5466, RESOURCE CENTER villagefarmers 201 S. Fairview St., 719-686-1820, Guest & Dude Culinary Activities Outdoor Outfitters Ranches RIO CULEBRA CO-OP Breweries 401 S. Church Pl., EL REGALO RANCH BIG COUNTRY 719-672-0329, OUTFITTING AND BIERWERKS BREWERY 12211 County Rd. 258A, 121 E. Midland Ave., 719-539-6711, GUIDING, LLC, 719-480-4289, 719-686-8100, Historic Places & business/486387-el-regalo- Districts ranch UTE PASS BREWING CO SHRINE OF THE STATIONS ST. ELMO 209 E. Midland Ave., Historic Places & OF THE CROSS 719-686-8722, Districts At the junction of CO Hwys. Historic Places & 159 & 142, Districts Farmers’ Markets HUTCHINSON HOMESTEAD & LEARNING CENTER alamosa/alamosa-arts-and- ST. ELMO GHOST TOWN WOODLAND PARK 8913 W. Hwy. 50, culture/405-stations-of-the- 16 miles west of Nathrop, FARMERS MARKET 719-239-0955, cross 116 S. W. St., Museums 719-689-3133, Hot Springs VICTOR SAN LUIS MUSEUM Guest & Dude WOODLAND PARK WINTER SALIDA HOT SPRINGS AND CULTURAL CENTER FARMERS MARKET 410 W. Hwy. 50, 401 Church Pl., Ranches 210 E. Midland Ave., 719-539-6738, 719-672-0999, 719-689-3133, GREY WOLF RANCH 2631 County Rd. 86, valley-museum.html Museums Horseback Riding SALIDA MUSEUM SANFORD Museums HISTORIC TRIPLE B RANCH 406_ W. Rainbow Blvd, VICTOR LOWELL 27640 N. Hwy. 67, 719-539-7483, Historic Places & 719-687-8899, THOMAS MUSEUM Districts 3rd & Victor Ave., PIKE’S STOCKADE 719-689-5509, Wine & Wineries 7 miles N. by NE. of Sanford, 719-379-3512, museum.htm VINTAGE VINES 108 W. Midland Ave., ft_Garland/ft_garland.htm 719-687-4046

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Events and Festivals A Sampling of Regional Highlights

 High Plains Snow Goose Festival (Lamar), February Farm stands on Highway 50 • Copper Kettle in La Junta  Bent on Birding (Las Animas), May • dutch-oven cookoffs • the famous slop burger • Pueblo Mirasol green chiles • potica, a delicious Slovenian bread •  Colorado State Fair (Pueblo), August Boss Hogg’s Saloon & Restaurant in La Junta • Thai Spicy  Watermelon Day (Rocky Ford), August Basil in Lamar • Bingo Burger in Pueblo  Pueblo Chile & Frijoles Festival, September

This Region’s Yummies

Beef, deer, poultry, game birds, Rocky Ford melons, Mirasol chiles and produce

AGUILAR Historic Places & History Museums State Parks Districts Outdoor Outfitters FOWLER JOHN MARTIN RESERVOIR PICTURE CANYON HISTORICAL MUSEUM STATE PARK FULLDRAW Forest Service Rd. 533, 114 Main St., 30703 C.R. 24, OUTFITTERS LLC, 719-523-6591, 719-263-4046, 719-829-1801, 719-941-4392, santafetrailscenicandhistoric Horseback Riding parks/johnmartinreservoir AVONDALE CHIVINGTON BLUE HILLS RANCH HOLLY 54999 County Rd. 93.6, Farm & Ranch Guest & Dude 719-738-6278 Farm & Ranch Activities Activities Ranches GRANADA ARKANSAS VALLEY SAND CREEK MASSACRE ARENA DUST TOURS ORGANIC GROWERS NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE Historic Places & 27115 County Rd. JJ, PO Box 87, 55411 County Rd. W., Districts 719-734-5226, 719-371-3241, 719-729-3003, CAMP AMACHE Historic Places & NATIONAL HISTORIC HOBBS FAMILY FARM Districts PO Box 411, CROWLEY LANDMARK 719-250-9835, Hwy. 50, HOLLY SS RANCH BARN History Museums 719-734-5492, 407 W. Vinson, ROVEGNO’S PRODUCE CROWLEY HERITAGE 719-537-6884, 216 E. US Hwy. 50, CENTER AND MUSEUM History Museums 719-251-0588, 300 Main St., heritage-attractions/ss-ranch- CAMP AMACHE MUSEUM 719-267-3384, barn/index.html 105 E. Goff, ZEN DAIRY GOATS 719-734-5492, LA JUNTA 216 E. US Hwy. 50, 719-251-0588, EADS Farm & Ranch History Museums HASTY Activities BOONE KIOWA COUNTY Historic Places & DOC JONES & COMPANY HISTORICAL MUSEUM Districts 1302 Himebaugh, Farm & Ranch 1313 Maine St., 970-380-9536, Activities 719-438-5847, DINOSAUR TRACK EXHIBIT AT ARMY LARGA VISTA RANCH HANAGAN FARMS museum.htm CORPS OF ENGINEERS 25388 County Rd. 24.5, 53505 Olson Rd., VISITORS CENTER 719-947-0982, 719-384-5067, FOWLER 29955 County Rd. 25.75, 719-336-3476, Farm & Ranch MAYHOFFER FARMS CAMPO heritage-attractions/dinosaur- 25510 CO 10, Activities track-exhibit-at-army-corps- 719-384-4667, Guest & Dude GREENHORN ACRES of-engineers-visitors-center/ Ranches 5856 County Rd. HH.5, PIKE FIRST Farmers’ Markets 719-263-4494, WITCHER RANCH SIGHTING MARKER 29955 County Rd. 25.75, LUSK FARMS 2492 County Rd. 48, FARMERS MARKET 719-324-9258, MAJOR CATTLE 719-336-3476, 26020 W. US Hwy. 50, COMPANY 719-384-6200, 4826 Flying A Rd., heritage-attractions/pike-first- 719-263-5540, sighting-marker Historic Places &

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Districts Wildlife Viewing/ Farm & Ranch Stays FARM 20225 Wigwam Rd., BENT’S OLD FORT Refuges CANYON JOURNEYS 719-216-2185, NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE COLORADO PARKS 10754 County Rd. 3.1, 35110 Colo. Hwy. 194 E., AND WILDLIFE - LAMAR 719-643-5414, jsp?id=32961 719-383-5010, WILDLIFE SERVICE CENTER MILBERGER FARMS 2500 S. Main St., Historic Places & 28570 Hwy. 50 E., FOX THEATER 719-336-6600, Districts 719-948-3305, 11 E. 3rd St., 719-384-3699, CARRIZO CANYON T CROSS RANCH LAS ANIMAS County Rd. M, 6611 I-25 N., theaters/709 719-643-5414, Historic Places & 719-382-7553, VOGEL AND PICKETWIRE CANYONS Districts heritage-attractions/ 1420 E. 3rd St., carrizo-canyon TWO SPRINGS RANCH 719-384-2181, BENT COUNTY 1902 JAIL 32999 Daniel Rd., 325 Ambassador Thompson PUEBLO 719-671-7350, Blvd. (US Hwy. 50), History Museums 719-456-1600, Breweries twospringsranch KOSHARE INDIAN MUSEUM heritage-attractions/bent- SHAMROCK Farmers’ Markets 115 W. 18th St., county-1912-jail BREWING COMPANY EVENING FARMERS’ 719-384-4411, 108 W. 3rd, BOGGSVILLE MARKET AT RIVERWALK 719-542-9974, HISTORIC SITE 101 S. Union St., OTERO MUSEUM Hwy. 101, 719-595-0242, 706 W. 3rd St., 719-456-1358, hours-location.htm 719-384-7500, bentcountyheritage. WALTER BREWING CO org/?s=boggsville 126 Oneida St., Historic Places & museum 719-542-0766, Districts History Museums LA VETA HISTORIC ARKANSAS JOHN W. RAWLINGS Certified Creative RIVERWALK OF PUEBLO Farmers’ Markets HERITAGE CENTER Districts 101 S. Union Ave., & MUSEUM 719-595-0242, WAHATOYA 560 Bent Ave., PUEBLO CREATIVE COMMUNITIES INITIATIVES 719-456-6066, CORRIDOR FARMERS MARKET 101 N. Main St., OF INDUSTRY AND Main St. (Library/ jwrhc 719-242-6652, CULTURE/ Museum Plaza), 719-401-3510, HISTORICAL SOCIETY MANZANOLA Culinary Activities 215 Canal St., Historic Places & 719-564-9086, Farm & Ranch JOE TOMATO Districts Activities ITALIAN MARKET 707 S. Main St., History Museums COUNTRY TRIPLE M BAR RANCH - LA VETA 719-584-3007, EL PUEBLO 1331 Hwy. 207, PO Box 109, 719-462-5255, HISTORY MUSEUM JoeTomato?sk=info 719-738-6294, 301 N. Union Ave., JOEVITO BELLA PASTA CO 719-583-0453, History Museums MCCLAVE 105 S. Union Ave., 719-544-1734, Horseback Riding FRANCISCO FORT MUSEUM Farm & Ranch 306 Main St., Activities joe-vito-bella-pasta.html CANDY RODEWALD 719-742-5501, Distilleries RIDING LESSONS VERHOEFF FARMS, INC. 211 Vercelli Dr., 27354 County Rd. JJ, SPIRITS OF THE 719-564-2227, LAMAR 719-829-4366 ROCKIES, INC 2907 Graneros Ln., showBusi.php?MainID=47# Historic Places & ORDWAY 719-661-1879, Districts Museums Historic Places & Farm & Ranch BUELL CHILDREN’S LAMAR THEATRE Districts MUSEUM 219 S. Main St., Activities 210 N. Santa Fe Ave., 719-336-5737, ALTERNATIVE BLUE RAVEN FARM 719-295-7200, COLORADO 413 W. 9th St., 2316 Catalpa St., History Museums 719-924-8345, CENTER FOR BIG TIMBERS MUSEUM AMERICAN VALUES pages/Blue-Raven- 7515 US Hwy. 50, PRITCHETT 101 S. Main St., 719-336-2472, Farm/315499935133686 719-543-9502, Farm & Ranch COUNTRY ROOTS FARM Activities 29342 Everett Rd., PUEBLO WEISBROD 719-948-2206 AIRCRAFT MUSEUM KIRKWELL CATTLE DONALD C. MAURO FARM 31001 Magnuson Ave., 7116 County Rd. U, 936 36th Ln., 719-948-9219, 719-523-4422 719-948-3381, FARMS 419 W. 14th St., 719-545-5290,

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State Parks History Museums Farm & Ranch Stays ROCKY FORD MUSEUM ROYSE RANCH 640 Pueblo Reservoir Rd., 1005 Sycamore Ave., 1000 County Rd. 43.6, History Museums 719-561-9320, 719-254-6737, 719-845-0353, TWO BUTTES MUSEUM 500 Main St., parks/lakepueblo Farmers’ Markets 719-326-5960, Wildlife Viewing/ SPRINGFIELD TRINIDAD COMMUNITY heritage-attractions/two- Refuges Guest & Dude FARMERS’ MARKET buttes-museum COLORADO PARKS AND Ranches In Cimino Park on Modica Dr., 719-846-7386, Wildlife Viewing/ WILDLIFE - PUEBLO BLUE ROSE RANCH WILDLIFE SERVICE CENTER Refuges 30997 US Hwy. 287, community-farmers- 600 Reservoir Rd., TWO BUTTES DAM AND 303-796-7739, market-M31395 719-561-5300, WILDLIFE AREA Historic Places & County Rd. 30, 21 mi. N.E. of Historic Places & NATURE AND RAPTOR Districts Springfield, CENTER OF PUEBLO Districts 719-336-6600, 5200 Nature Center Rd., LUDLOW MASSACRE SITE 719-549-2414, CAPITOL THEATRE County Rd. 44, heritage-attractions/two- 148 E. 9th Ave., 719-846-9512, buttes-dam-wildlife-area 719-523-0181, santafetrailscenicandhistoric Wine & Wineries VINELAND CapitolTheatre SONGBIRD CELLARS SANTA FE TRAIL TASTING ROOM DUST BOWL/WPA ASSOCIATION - BENT Farm & Ranch 220 S. Union, SITES SELF-GUIDED FORT’S CHAPTER Activities 719-569-7486, DRIVING TOUR 312 E. Main, Tipton St., 719-846-7217, PANTALEO FARMS/THE 719-643-5414, GREAT PUMPKIN PATCH 39651 S. Rd., ROCKY FORD santafetrailscenicandhis bentsfort 719-948-4556, Farm & Ranch BowlTours.pdf History Museums Activities History Museums TRINIDAD HISTORY WALSENBURG MUSEUM LUSK FARMS BACA COUNTY LIBRARY 312 E. Main St., Museums 28183 Rd. 24.5, AND MUSEUM 719-846-7217, 719-383-6200, 1260 Main St., WALSENBURG 719-523-6962, MINING MUSEUM SMITH FARMS Museums 112 W. 5th Ave., heritage-attractions/baca- 300 Market St., LOUDEN-HENRITZE 719-738-1992, county-library-museum 719-254-6550, MUSEUM spanishpeakscountry. Museums Trinidad State Junior College, com/museums-galleries/ walsenburg-mining-museum Farmers’ Markets 719-846-5508, SPRINGFIELD MUSEUM Outdoor Outfitters KNAPP’S FARM MARKET 1260 Main St., 29742 Hwy. 71, 303-523-6962, Scenic & Historic STORY CREEK 719-254-6265, Byways OUTFITTERS, LLC museum.html 719-738-3704, HIGHWAY OF LEGENDS index.html SUGAR CITY SCENIC & HISTORIC Guest & Dude BYWAY State Parks Cabins/Cottages 309 Nevada Ave., Ranches 719-846-9512, LADY BOHANNON THREE DOG NIGHT 70 C.R. 502, GUEST HOUSE byways/southeast/highway- 719-738-2376, 1401 Swink Ave., 7670 Ln. 22, legends 719-254-5239, 719-267-3859, parks/lathrop State Parks MCCOMBER RANCH TRINIDAD LAKE 21777 Hwy. 71, TRINIDAD STATE PARK 719-980-2987, Breweries 32610 Hwy. 12, 719-846-6951, DODGETON CREEK Historic Places & BREWING COMPANY parks/trinidadlake Districts 36730 Democracy Dr., Wine & Wineries 719-846-2339, GRAND THEATRE 403 S. Main St., TIRE SHOP WINE & SPIRITS 601 W. Main St., 719-254-6006, Certified Creative 719-846-6200, Districts SOUTHEAST COLORADO Spirits HERITAGE CORAZON DE TRINIDAD 408 N. Main St., Downtown National Historic 719-688-5026, District, tourism.html

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Events and Festivals A Sampling of Regional Highlights

 Durango Wine Experience, April Gunnison Farmers Market • Leroux Creek Inn farm-to-ta-  Mesa Verde Indian Arts & Culture Fest (Cortez), May ble dinners • Durango Farmers Market • great wine events  Paonia Cherry Days, July and festivals • Navajo-churro sheep • wild foods foraging • grass-fed and naturally raised livestock • plants and  Crested Butte Wildflower Festival, July animals cultivated and raised in this area since the 16th  Hard Cider Festival (Paonia), November century • humane and sustainable practices, from raising animals to dispatching them and getting the meat to the This Region’s Yummies restaurant door • artisanal, handcrafted chocolates and cheeses • breweries such as Ska Brewing, Steamworks Beer, wine, cider, spirits, elk, deer, trout, stone fruits, lamb, Brewing, Telluride Brewing Company and Renegade beef, bison, mushrooms, bolito beans and corn Brewing Company

ALMONT Farmers’ Markets Farm & Ranch CORTEZ Activities Farm & Ranch BAYFIELD FARMER’S Archaeological Sites MARKET Roadside Park, CRAG CREST FARM & Activities US Hwy. 160, POULTRY RANCH 24621 CROW CANYON ARCHAEO- ROUND MOUNTAIN Bayfield-Farmers- Tannin Rd., 970-856-6783, LOGICAL CENTER ORGANICS & INSTITUTE Market-294313620660529 23390 Rd. K, 970-565-8975, 17280 Hwy. 135, 970-641-4742, Guest & Dude I-GUANA FARM 1376 2600 Ranches Rd., 970-835-5027, natural HOVENWEEP NATIONAL MONUMENT McElmo Rt., 970- Guest & Dude WILDERNESS TRAILS DUDE 562-4282, UNCLE JOHNNY’S U-PICK Ranches AND GUEST RANCH 23486 FARM 18561 Surface Creek YUCCA HOUSE NATIONAL HARMEL’S RANCH RESORT County Rd. 501, 970-247-0722, MONUMENT Via US Hwy. 666, Rd., 970-250-5829, facebook. 6748 County Rd. 742, 970-641- com/Uncle-Johnnys-U-Pick- 970-529-4465, 1740, WIT’S END GUEST RANCH Farm-152162904866587 Breweries Outdoor Outfitters RESORT AND SPA 254 CR 500, 970-884-3261, History Museums J. FARGO’S FAMILY DINING AEI GUIDE & OUTFITTER PIONEER TOWN MUSEUM & MICROBREWERY 1209 970-641-4708, Outdoor Outfitters 338 W. Grand Mesa Dr., 970- E. Main St., 970-564-0242, 856-7554, GREAT DIVIDE OUTFIT- Scenic & Historic MAIN STREET BREWERY ARBOLES TERS, INC. 970-884-2372, AND RESTAURANT 21 E. Byways State Parks Main St., 970-564-9112, main PEAK TO CREEK OUTFIT- GRAND MESA SCENIC & 1526 TERS, INC. 970-884-0199, HISTORIC BYWAY, 800-436- Culinary Activities CR 982, 970-883-2208, 3041, FARM BISTRO 34 W. Main St., parks/navajo BEDROCK Wine & Wineries 970-565-3384, Historic Places & BLOSSOMWOOD CIDERY BAYFIELD 794 NE. Indian Camp Ave., Farm & Ranch Districts 970-856-3220 Breweries Activities BEDROCK STORE 9812 Hwy. RED MOUNTAIN RANCHES BOTTOM SHELF BREWERY 90, 970-859-7395, swcolora TASTING ROOM 19458 Hwy. EAST PINES RANCH 23589 118 E. Mill St., 970-884-2442, 65, 970-856-3803 County Rd. M, 970-565-6439 attractions/bedrock-store STONEY MESA WINERY JONES FARM 25450 Rd. M, 970-759-4502, Farm & Ranch BENNETT 16199 Happy Hollow Rd., 970- Activities 856-9463, Farm & Ranch Stays CHIMNEY ROCK FARM Outdoor Outfitters CEDERAGE CANYON OF THE ANCIENTS & MARKET 500 Coun- RGG OUTFITTERS, 303-644- GUEST RANCH 7950 Rd. G, ty Rd. 175, 970-731-1700, 4300, Breweries 970-565-4288, FOUR B’S BREWERY 215 DEGOATSNSHEEP RANCH CEDAREDGE W. Main St., 970-856-7762, Farmers’ Markets LLC 9397 CR 502, degoats Distilleries CORTEZ FARMERS’ MAR- KET 109 W. Main St., 970-565- GREAT DIVIDE OUTFIT- COLORADO GOLD DISTILL- 3123, TERS, LLC 8696 County Rd. ERY 1290 S. Grand Mesa Dr., 502, 970-884-0471, 970-856-2600, coloradogold

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Historic Places & Historic Places & State Parks Hot Springs Districts Districts SWEITZER LAKE STATE DUNTON HOT SPRINGS MESA VERDE COUNTRY CRESTED BUTTE HISTORIC PARK 1735 E. Rd., 970-874- 52068 County Rd. 38, VISITOR INFORMATION DISTRICT WALKING TOUR 4258, 970-882-4800, BUREAU 928 E. Main, 331 Elk Ave., 970-349- togo/parks/sweitzerlake 970-565-8227, 1880, swcoloradoheritage. Wine & Wineries Outdoor Outfitters com/heritage-attractions/ crested-butte-historic-district- GARDEN CENTER 1970 S. CIRCLE K RANCH, INC History Museums walking-tour/ Main St., 970-874-9009 970-562-3808, CORTEZ CULTURAL Museums CENTER 25 N. Market St., DOLORES COLORADO HUNTING 970-565-1151, CRESTED BUTTE MOUN- EXPEDITIONS, LLC 970-882- TAIN HERITAGE MUSEUM Archaeological Sites 5400, Wine & Wineries 331 Elk Ave., 970-349-1880, ESCALANTE RUIN 27501 T BAR M OUTFITTERS, visitgcbcom Hwy. 184, 970-882-4811, blm. LLC 970-564-9148, GUY DREW VINEYARDS/ TRAILHEAD CHILDREN’S gov/co/st/en/fo/ahc/archaeo CROOKED CREEK WINERY MUSEUM 19 Emmons Rd., logical_sites/escalante_pueblo. 19891 Rd. G, 970-565-4958, 970-349-7160, html Scenic & Historic SAND CANYON PUEBLO Byways SUTCLIFFE VINEYARDS 27501 Hwy. 184, 970-882- 12174 Rd. G, 970-565-0825, DELTA 5600, SCENIC & HISTORIC canm/blm-canm-visitor_infor Farm & Ranch BYWAY 25701 Hwy. 184, mation.html 970-882-4811, coloradodot. CRAWFORD Activities Bed & Breakfasts info/travel/scenic-byways/ BORDEN FARMS AT PEA southwest/trail-ancients Guest & Dude RIO GRANDE SOUTHERN GREEN 51245 Carnation Rd., State Parks Ranches 970-874-5383, HOTEL 101 S. 5th St., 970- 882-2125, BID-U-WELL GUEST RANCH 1321 Railroad Ave., 970-882- & ANNIE’S COUNTRY FARMS Breweries 2213, COOKIN’ 33732 B 25 Rd., 970- 7904 Shea Rd., 970-835-3962, 921-7070, crawfordcountry. DOLORES RIVER BREWERY go/parks/LoneMesa org/page.cfm?pageid=11485 100 S. 4th St., 970-882-HOPS, Guest & Dude DOVE CREEK SMITH FORK RANCH 45362 Ranches Needle Rock Rd., 970-921- Farm & Ranch Culinary Activities 3454, ESCALANTE RANCH 7105 Activities Escalante Canyon Rd., 970- MILLING 60740 Hwy. Outdoor Outfitters 14767 874-4121, CYCLE FARMS, LLC 491, 970-677-2620, SAWBUCK OUTFITTERS, Rd. 29.75, 970-799-2748 Historic Places & LLC, 970-921-3557, DRAGONFLY FARM Museums Districts 13263 Rd. 29, 970-565- 2644, WEBER BUSINESS PARK State Parks CAPTAIN SMITH’S CABIN pages/Dragonfly-Family- ANTIQUE TRACTOR DIS- Escalante Rd. west of US CRAWFORD STATE PARK Farm/301795571177 PLAY 07099 Rd. H, 970-677- Hwy. 50, 970-874-8721, 2283, fourcornersgeotourism. 40468 Hwy. 92, 970-921-5721, EAGLE TREE FARM, LLC 28801 Rd. P, 970-882- com/content/antique- heritage-attractions/captain- tractor-outdoor-museum/ parks/crawford smiths-cabin/ 3240, farms/3550 fca63B6BD0BA88BF1108 CRESTED BUTTE EGYPTIAN THEATRE 452 Main St., 970-874-9770, Guest & Dude DURANGO Breweries Ranches FAIRLAMB HOUSE BED & Breweries CIRCLE K GUEST RANCH ELDO BREWERY AND TAP- BREAKFAST 700 Leon St., 27758 ANIMAS BREWING COMPA- ROOM 215 Elk Ave., 970-349- 970-874-5158, AND OUTFITTERS 6125, Hwy. 145, 970-562-3826, NY 1560 E. 2nd Ave., 970-403- TRU-VU DRIVE IN 1001 Hwy. 8850, Distilleries 92, 970-874-9556, movies. History Museums BREW PUB & KITCHEN 117 MONTANYA DISTILLERS W. College Dr., 970-259-5959, 212 Elk Ave., 970-799-3206, UTE COUNCIL TREE ANASAZI HERITAGE G86 Rd., 970-874-8349 CENTER 27501 Hwy. 184, 970- CARVER BREWING COMPA- Farm & Ranch History Museums 882-5600, NY 1022 Main Ave., 970-259- Activities CANYONS OF THE AN- 2545, DELTA COUNTY MUSEUM CIENTS NATIONAL MONU- DURANGO BREWING 251 Meeker St., 970-874-8721, LOCAL FARMS FIRST 101 MENT, ANASAZI HERITAGE COMPANY 3000 Main Butte Ave., 970-349-2021, CENTER, BLM 27501 Hwy. Ave., 970-247-3396, Delta-County- 184, 970-882-5600, Museum/153505848032032 co/st/en/nm/canm.html Farmers’ Markets SKA BREWING COMPANY 205 GALLOPING GOOSE RAIL- 225 Girard St., 970-247-5792, CRESTED BUTTE FARMERS Gunnison River Dr., 970-874- ROAD MUSEUM 421 Railroad MARKET 150 Elk Ave., 1718, Ave., 970-882-7082, 615-594-4676, STEAMWORKS BREWING Outdoor Outfitters CO 801 E. 2nd Ave., BRYCE OUTFITTING 970- 970-259-9200, 874-4134,

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Culinary Activities History Museums Scenic & Historic Historic Places & ANIMAS CHOCOLATE ANIMAS MUSEUM Byways Districts COMPANY 2800 Main Ave., 3065 W. 2nd Ave., GUNNISON COUNTY 970-317-5761, animaschoco 970-259-2402, SCENIC & HISTORIC HERITAGE DRIVING TOUR BYWAY 500 E. Tomichi Ave., DURANGO NATURAL Horseback Riding 970-247-4874, 970-641-1501, FOODS CO-OP 575 E. 8th Ave., 970-247-8129, BUCK’S LIVERY heritage 47000 Hwy. 550 N., TRACKS ACROSS GUNNISON HISTORIC BORDERS HONEYVILLE TASTING WALKING TOUR ROOM 33633 Hwy. 550, OVER THE HILL 500 E. Tomichi Ave., 800-676-7690, OUTFITTERS INC. Wildlife Viewing/ 970-641-1501, 4140 County Rd. 234, Refuges 970-247-1694, tivities/spring/heritage-tour TURTLE LAKE REFUGE 848 COLORADO PARKS AND ism/gunnison-walking-tour E. 3rd Ave., 970-247-8395, WILDLIFE - DURANGO RAPP CORRAL WILDLIFE SERVICE CENTER History Museums 51 Haviland Lake Rd., 151 E. 16th St., Distilleries 970-247-8454, 970-247-0855, GUNNISON PIONEER MUSEUM DURANGO CRAFT SPIRITS, SAN JUAN SKY 803 E. Tomichi Ave., LLC 1120 Main Ave., 970-247- Wine & Wineries 970-641-4530, 1919, OUTFITTERS, LLC 43227 Hwy. 550, HONEY HOUSE DISTILLERY FOUR LEAVES WINERY 970-259-8590, 528 Main Ave., Museums 33633 Hwy. 550, Ste. A, 970-247-1474, 970-403-8182, GUNNISON VALLEY SEVENTY-SEVEN OUTFIT OBSERVATORY 11374 Hwy. 550, Gold Basin Rd., Factories/Mine 970-247-3231, ECKERT 970-642-1111, Tours/Gold Panning Farm & Ranch MILD TO WILD RAFTING & Hot Springs Activities Outdoor Outfitters JEEP TRAIL TOURS 50 An- TRIMBLE SPA & NATURAL imas View Dr., 970-247-4789, LAZY F BAR HOT SPRINGS WAG’S WORLD ORCHARDS OUTFITTERS, INC, 6475 County Rd. 203, 20553 Nowhere Rd., 970-641-3313, 970-247-0111, 970-778-5327, Farm & Ranch Activities THE GUNNISON COUNTRY ADOBE HOUSE FARM Hotels GUNNISON GUIDE SERVICE, 970-641-2830, 910 CR 252, 970-317-0309, HISTORIC STRATER HOTEL Farm & Ranch 699 Main Ave., Activities ANIMAS VALLEY FARMS 970-247-4431, WAUNITA HOT 600 Riverbend St., 970-749- HAROLD KREUGER RANCH SPRINGS RANCH, 1211, LELAND HOUSE & 6794 State Hwy. 114, 970-641-1266, EL DORADO CATTLE COM- ROCHESTER HOTEL 970-210-0600 PANY 7778 County Rd. 240, 726 E. 2nd Ave., PARKER PASTURES 970-385-5171, 970-385-1920, 379 County Rd. 14, OUTFITTERS, 970-641-3710, 970-275-2089, westelkwilderness GARDEN PROJECT OF Museums Farm & Ranch Stays 862 Main Ave., Suite 222, 970- DURANGO & SILVERTON NARROW GAUGE RAILROAD Scenic & Historic 259-2123, thegardenproj ROCKIN’ JC RANCH Byways AND MUSEUM 16089 CR 25, 479 Main Ave., 970-641-4306, JAMES RANCH 33846 US ALPINE LOOP SCENIC & 970-247-2733, HISTORIC BYWAY Hwy. 550, 970-385-9143, Farmers’ Markets 216 N. Colorado, DURANGO DISCOVERY 970-641-0471, LINNAEA FARM LLC 2914 MUSEUM GUNNISON County Rd. 250, 970-382- 1333 Camino Del Rio, FARMERS’ MARKET byways/southwest/alpine-loop 2762, 970-259-9234, Main & Virgina St. (Summer)/ Wildlife Viewing/ SANTA RITA RANCH 2597 275 S. Spruce St. (Winter), County Rd. 213, 970-247-1666, 970-209-3122, Refuges Outdoor Outfitters BLACK CANYON OF ARCHERY UNLIMITED Guest & Dude THE GUNNISON Farmers’ Markets OUTFITTERS, LLC, Ranches NATIONAL PARK DURANGO FARMERS’ MAR- 970-259-3813, 102 Elk Creek, KET 259 W. 9th St., WAUNITA HOT 970-641-2337, 970-903-1176, BUCK’S LIVERY, INC, SPRINGS RANCH 970-385-2110, 8007 County Rd. 887, COLORADO PARKS AND 970-641-1266, WILDLIFE - GUNNISON Guest & Dude Ranches OVER THE HILL WILDLIFE SERVICE CENTER OUTFITTERS, INC., 300 W. New York Ave., COLORADO TRAILS RANCH 970-247-1694, 970-641-7060, 12161 County Rd. 240, 970- 247-5055,

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HESPERUS CLOSER TO HEAVEN FARM Outdoor Outfitters Wine & Wineries 12130 Payne Siding Rd., Farm & Ranch 970-835-4050, localharvest. BAR DIAMOND RANCH, FOX FIRE FARMS WINERY org/closer-to-heaven- LLC/FERRIER OUTFITTERS, 5513 County Rd. 321, Activities farms-M18114 970-527-3010, 970-563-4675, BLUE HORIZONS COBBLESTONE FARM 35294 FARM, INC. Hanson Mesa Rd., 970-872- HUBBARD CREEK 1290 County Rd. 102, 3026, OUTFITTERS & PACK LAKE CITY 970-588-3495, Cobblestone-Farm/ STATION, LLC, Factories/Mine 111681355524659 970-872-3818, Tours/Gold Panning HAYES RANCH DANCING DOG FARM 10778 County Rd. 120, 1235 Barrow Mesa Rd., Wine & Wineries HARD TACK MINE 970-247-4332, 970-872-1109, certified. TOURS & MUSEUM FIRE MOUNTAIN VINEYARD 3700 CR 20 / Henson Creek, 38594 Stucker Mesa Rd., J & M DAIRY producers/1797 970-944-2506, 970-527-3109, 3055 County Rd. 129, ELA FAMILY FARMS 970-588-3377, 30753 L Rd., mountain-vineyard.html Historic Places & 970-872-3488, JACK RABBIT HILL Districts Farm & Ranch Stays 26567 N. Rd., LAKE CITY DIRT - HIGH WIRE RANCH 970-361-4249, CHERRY CREEK MAIN STREET PROGRAM 27497 Buffalo Rd., MOUNTAIN RANCH 970-835-7600, 231 N. Silver St., 7053 County Rd. 105, LEROUX CREEK INN 970-944-3478, 970-588-2285, & VINEYARDS MATTICE’S FRUITS 12388 3100 Rd., & VEGETABLES 970-872-4746, History Museums Outdoor Outfitters 9947 3200 Rd., 970-872-7359, HINSDALE COUNTY HIGHLANDS LILIPUTIAN WINERY MUSEUM UNLIMITED, INC, mattices-fruits-vegetables- 31424 Hwy. 92, 130 N. Silver St., 970-247-8443, 970-944-2050, beef-pork.html 970-872-3019, PEACE & PLENTY FARM HOTCHKISS 29581 Redlands Mesa Rd., MESA WINDS FARM MANCOS 970-261-1724, AND WINERY Bed & Breakfasts 31262 L Rd., Breweries peaceandplentyfarm 970-250-4788, INN THE ORCHARD BED MANCOS BREWING & BREAKFAST/CONNER BEEF COMPANY 32282 J Rd., NORTH FORK CELLARS ORCHARDS & DELICIOUS ORCHARDS 550 W. Railroad Ave., 30846 L 25 Rd., 970-872-2144, 970-533-9761, FARM, MKT. 970-872-3066, 39126 Hwy. 133, ROGERS MESA 970-527-1110, Distilleries LEROUX CREEK INN FRUIT COMPANY AND VINEYARD 9981 3100 Rd., MANCOS VALLEY 12388 3100 Rd., 970-872-2155, HOWARD DISTILLERY 970-872-4746, 116 N. Main St., ROUND EARTH Outdoor Outfitters 970-946-0229, mancosvalley 34833 Powell Mesa Rd.,

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Guest & Dude BUCKHORN CAMP DAVID NUCLA Ranches MOUNTAIN GARDENS OUTFITTING, LLC 71446 Buckhorn Rd., 970-765-5500, Outdoor Outfitters ECHO BASIN GUEST 970-240-8715, RANCH 43747 Rd. M, buckhorngardens.blogspot. COFFEEPOT GARVEY BROTHERS 970-533-7000, com/2009/01/howdy- HIGH COUNTRY OUTFITTERS 970-864-2244, all-welcome-to-buckhorn- OUTFITTERS, INC. gardens.html MAJESTIC DUDE RANCH 970-209-2628, 42688 County Rd. N., CIRCLE A GARDEN OLATHE 970-533-7900, 20341 Pahgre Rd., DARK TIMBER OUTFITTING 970-249-9725, 970-275-5047, Culinary Activities TURNING BEYOND RANCH ROCKING W CHEESE 11719 County Rd. 105, COLORADO CONIFERS HIGH SIERRA 17249 6250 (Dave Wood) Rd., 5644 Hwy. 348, 970-533-1584, EXPEDITIONS, LLC 970-240-0106, 970-323-9322, 970-249-6334, State Parks COVERED BRIDGE RANCH J & RAY COLORADO Farm & Ranch 17249 6250 (Dave Wood) Rd., HIGH COUNTRY, INC Activities 42545 County Rd. N., 970-240-0106, 970-323-0115, 970-533-7065, MATTICS’ ORCHARDS DADS PATCHWORK FARM 8163 High Mesa Rd., SAN-PAHGRE togo/parks/mancos 15664 61.00 Rd., 970-323-5657, 970-249-9556 OUTFITTERS MARBLE 970-252-9306, HAPPY HOGS FARM Wine & Wineries Outdoor Outfitters 69115 Kinikin Rd., 970-901- 5789, SILVER SPUR COTTONWOOD CELLARS/ OUTWEST GUIDES, LLC, wp-content/uploads/2013/04/ OUTFITTERS LLC, THE OLATHE WINERY 970-249-4242, 5482 Hwy. 348, 970-963-5525, Happy-Hogs-Farm-Montrose- 970-323-6224, CO.pdf WILD MOUNTAIN J & RAY COLORADO OUTFITTERS GARRETT ESTATES MESA VERDE HIGH COUNTRY, INC. 970-316-0015, CELLARS, 8360 6400 Rd., NATIONAL PARK 970-901-5919, 970-323-0115, Archaeological Sites Scenic & Historic jraycoloradohighcountry MOUNTAIN VIEW WINERY MESA VERDE Byways 5859 58.25 Rd., NATIONAL PARK STRAW HAT FARMS 970-323-6816, 514 S. 1st St., UNAWEEP/ Hwy. 160, TABEGUACHE SCENIC & 970-529-4465, 970-240-6163, HISTORIC BYWAY 2465 S. Townsend, OURAY Farmers’ Markets 970-249-6047, MONTROSE Breweries MONTROSE Breweries FARMERS’ MARKET Wildlife Viewing/ OURAY BREWING S. 1st & Uncompahgre, Refuges 607 Main St., COLORADO BOY PIZZERIA 970-209-8463, 970-325-7388, 320 E. Main St., COLORADO PARKS AND 970-240-2790, WILDLIFE - MONTROSE Historic Places & OURAYLE HOUSE WILDLIFE SERVICE CENTER 215 7th Ave., HORSEFLY BREWERY Districts 2300 S. Townsend Ave., 970-903-1824, 846 E. Main, 970-252-6000, GUNNISON TUNNEL 970-249-6889, US Hwy. 50, Factories/Mine 970-641-2337, TWO RASCALS BREWING NORWOOD Tours/Gold Panning 147 N. 1st St., gunnisontunnel.htm BACHELOR-SYRACUSE 970-249-8689, Farmers’ Markets History Museums MINE TOUR NORWOOD FARMERS’ 1222 County Rd. 14, Culinary Activities MONTROSE COUNTY MARKET 970-325-0220, HISTORICAL MUSEUM See website, KINIKIN HEIGHTS 21 N. Rio Grande, 970-327-4393, NATURAL FOODS 970-249-2085, Historic Places & 71467 R71 Rd., Districts 970-901-9959, Horseback Riding MUSEUM OF THE OURAY HOT SPRINGS MOUNTAIN WEST, INC. MANY PONIES OUTFIT Heights-Natural-Foods SWIMMING POOL 68169 Miami Rd., & RANCH 1220 Main St., KINIKIN PROCESSING LLC 970-240-3400, 2012 County Rd. 43ZN, 970-325-7073, 1032 64.50 Rd., museumofthe 970-327-0300, 970-240-4329, WALKING TOUR OF OURAY TELLURIDE HORSEBACK 420 6th Ave., Farm & Ranch 17253 Dr., ADVENTURES 970-325-4576, 4019 County 43ZS Rd., Activities 970-249-3098, ouraycounty 970-728-9611, BLACK CANYON WRIGHT OPERA HOUSE HYDROPONICS Outdoor Outfitters Outdoor Outfitters 462 Main St., 1850 Launa Dr., Ste. 100, ACTION ADVENTURES 970-325-4576, 702-275-3300, KNIGHT CANYON GUIDE OUTFITTER, LLC 800-383-1888, OUTFITTERS, INC. yon-hydroponics/colorado/ 970-729-1806, montrose-colorado/

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Map Map Map Map Map City Location Region City Location Region City Location Region City Location Region City Location Region Agate ...... L-5 ... NE Conifer ...... I-5 ... DM Golden ...... I-4 ....DM Manitou Springs ...... J-7 .....SC Rustic ...... I-2 .....FR Aguilar ...... K-11 .... SE Cope...... N-5 .....NE Granada ...... P-9 .....SE Manzanola ...... L-9 .....SE Rye ...... J-10 .....SE Akron ...... N-3 .....NE Copper Mountain ...... G-5 ....NW Granby ...... H-3 ....NW Marble ...... E-6 ....SW Saguache ...... G-9 .....SC Alamosa ...... H-11 .....SC Cortez ...... A-11 ... SW Grand Junction ...... B-6 ....NW Marshall ...... I-4 .....FR Salida ...... G-8 .....SC Allenspark ...... I-3 .....FR Cotopaxi ...... H-8 .....SC Grand Lake ...... H-3 ....NW Maybell ...... C-2 ....NW Sanford...... H-12 .....SC Alma ...... G-6 .....SC Craig ...... D-2 ....NW Grant ...... H-5 .....SC Mead ...... J-3 .....FR San Luis ...... I-12 .....SC Almont ...... E-7 ....SW Crawford ...... D-7 ....SW Greeley ...... J-3 .....FR Meeker ...... C-4 ....NW Security ...... J-7 .....SC Anton ...... N-4 .....NE Creede ...... E-10 .....SC Green Mtn. Falls ...... J-7 .....SC Merino ...... M-2 .....NE Sedalia ...... J-5 ....DM Antonito ...... G-12 .....SC Crested Butte ...... E-7 ....SW Greenwood Village ....J-5 ....DM Mesa ...... C-6 ....NW Sedgwick ...... O-1 .....NE Arboles ...... D-12 ....SW Cripple Creek ...... I-7 .....SC Grover ...... K-1 .....FR Mesa Verde ...... B-12 ....SW Seibert ...... O-6 .....NE Aroya ...... N-7 .....NE Crook ...... N-1 .....NE Gunnison ...... E-8 ....SW Milliken ...... J-3 .....FR Severance ...... J-2 .....FR Arriba ...... N-6 .....NE Crowley ...... L-9 .....SE Gypsum ...... E-5 ....NW Minturn ...... F-5 ....NW Shawnee ...... H-5 .....SC Arvada ...... J-4 ....DM Cuchara ...... J-11 .....SE Hartman ...... P-8 .....NE Moffat ...... H-9 .....SC Sheridan ...... J-5 ....DM Aspen ...... F-6 ....NW Dacono ...... J-3 .....FR Hasty ...... N-9 .....SE Monarch ...... G-8 .....SC Silt ...... D-5 ....NW Aspen Park ...... I-4 ....DM De Beque ...... C-5 ....NW Haswell ...... N-8 .....SE Monte Vista ...... G-11 .....SC Silver Cliff ...... I-9 .....SC Ault ...... J-2 .....FR Deckers ...... I-6 ....DM Haxtun ...... O-2 .....NE Montrose ...... C-8 ....SW Silver Plume ...... H-4 .....FR Aurora ...... J-5 ....DM Deer Trail ...... L-5 .....FR Hayden ...... E-2 ....NW Monument ...... J-6 .....SC Silverthorne ...... G-5 ....NW Avon ...... F-5 ....NW Del Norte ...... G-10 .....SC Heeney ...... G-4 ....NW Morrison ...... I-5 ....DM Silverton ...... D-10 ....SW Avondale ...... K-9 .....SE Delta ...... C-7 ....SW Henderson ...... J-4 ....DM Mosca ...... H-10 .....SC Simla ...... L-6 .....FR Bailey ...... I-5 .....SC Denver ...... J-4 ....DM Hesperus ...... C-12 ....SW Mountain View ...... I-4 .....FR Snowmass Village .....E-6 ....NW Basalt ...... E-5 ....NW Dillon ...... G-5 ....NW Highlands Ranch...... J-5 ....DM Mt. Crested Butte ...... E-7 ....SW Somerset ...... D-7 ....SW Bayfield ...... D-12 ....SW Dinosaur ...... A-3 ....NW Hillrose ...... M-3 .....NE Naturita ...... B-9 ....SW South Fork ...... F-10 .....SC Battlement Mesa ...... C-5 ....NW Divide ...... I-7 .....SC Holly ...... P-9 .....SE Nathrop ...... G-8 .....SC Springfield ...... O-11 .....SE Beaver Creek ...... F-5 ....NW Dolores ...... B-11 ....SW Holyoke ...... P-2 .....NE Nederland ...... I-4 .....FR Starkville...... K-12 .....SE Bellvue ...... I-2 .....FR Dove Creek ...... A-10 ....SW Hooper ...... H-10 .....SC New Castle ...... D-5 ....NW State Bridge ...... F-4 ....NW Bennett ...... K-4 .....FR Drake ...... I-2 .....FR Hotchkiss ...... D-7 ....SW Niwot ...... I-3 .....FR Steamboat Springs ...F-2 ....NW Berthoud ...... I-3 .....FR Durango ...... C-12 ....SW Hot Sulphur Springs G-4 ....NW Northglenn ...... J-4 ....DM Sterling ...... N-2 .....NE Bethune ...... 0-6 .....NE Eads ...... O-8 .....SE Hudson ...... K-4 .....FR Norwood ...... B-9 ....SW Strasburg ...... K-4 .....FR Beulah ...... J-9 .....SE Eagle ...... F-5 ....NW Hugo ...... M-6 .....NE Nucla ...... B-9 ....SW Stratton ...... O-6 .....NE Black Forest ...... J-6 ... SC Eastlake...... J-4 .....FR Idaho Springs ...... I-4 .....FR Nunn ...... J-2 .....FR Sugar City ...... M-9 .....SE Black Hawk ...... I-4 .....FR Eaton ...... J-2 .....FR Idalia ...... P-4 .....NE Oak Creek ...... E-3 ....NW Superior ...... I-4 .....FR Blanca ...... H-11 .....SC Eckert ...... C-7 ....SW Ignacio ...... D-12 ....SW Olathe ...... C-8 ....SW Swink ...... M-9 .....SE Blue River ...... G-5 ....NW Eckley ...... O-3 .....NE Iliff ...... N-1 .....NE Olney Springs ...... L-9 .....SE Telluride ...... C-10 ....SW Bond ...... F-4 ....NW Edgewater ...... J-5 ....DM Jamestown ...... I-3 .....FR Orchard ...... L-2 .....NE Thatcher ...... L-11 .....SE Boone ...... K-9 .....SE Edwards ...... F-5 ....NW Joes ...... O-5 .....NE Orchard City ...... C-7 ....SW Thornton ...... J-4 ....DM Boulder ...... I-4 .... FR Elbert ...... K-6 .....NE Johnstown ...... J-3 .....FR Ordway ...... M-9 .....SE Timnath ...... J-2 .....FR Bow Mar...... J-5 ....DM Eldorado Springs ...... I-4 .....FR Julesburg ...... P-1 .....NE Otis ...... N-3 .....NE Towaoc ...... A-12 ....SW Breckenridge ...... G-5 ....NW Elizabeth ...... K-6 .....NE Keenesburg ...... K-3 .....FR Ouray ...... D-9 ....SW Trinidad ...... K-12 .....SE Brighton ...... J-4 ....DM Empire ...... H-4 .....FR Kersey ...... K-3 .....FR Ovid ...... O-1 .....NE Twin Lakes ...... G-6 .....SC Bristol ...... P-9 .....SE Englewood ...... J-5 ....DM Keystone ...... G-5 ....NW Pagosa Springs ...... E-12 ....SW Two Buttes ...... P-11 .....SE Broomfield ...... I-4 ....DM Erie ...... J-4 .....FR Kim ...... N-12 .....SE Palisade ...... C-6 ....NW Uravan ...... A-8 ....SW Brush ...... M-3 .....NE Estes Park ...... I-3 .....FR Kiowa ...... K-6 .....NE Palmer Lake ...... J-6 .....SC Vail ...... G-5 ....NW Buena Vista ...... G-7 .....SC Evans ...... J-3 .....FR Kirk ...... O-5 .....NE Paonia ...... D-7 ....SW Vallecito Lake ...... D-11 ....SW Buford...... D-4 ....NW Evergreen ...... I-5 ....DM Kit Carson ...... O-7 .....NE Parachute ...... C-5 ....NW Victor ...... I-7 .....SC Burlington ...... P-6 .....NE Fairplay ...... G-6 .....SC Kremmling...... G-4 ....NW Parker...... J-5 ....DM Vilas ...... P-11 .....SE Byers ...... K-5 .....FR Falcon ...... J-7 .....SC Lafayette ...... I-4 .....FR Parshall ...... G-3 ....NW Villa Grove ...... H-9 .....SC Calhan ...... K-7 .....SC Federal Heights ...... J-4 ....DM La Jara ...... H-12 .....SC Peetz ...... N-1 .....NE Vona ...... O-6 .....NE Campo ...... 0-12 .....SE Firestone ...... J-3 .....FR La Junta ...... M-10 .....SE Pierce ...... J-2 .....FR Walden ...... G-2 ....NW Cañon City ...... I-8 .....SC Flagler ...... N-6 .....NE La Salle ...... J-3 .....FR Pine ...... I-5 ....DM Walsenburg ...... J-11 .....SE Carbondale ...... E-5 ....NW Fleming ...... N-2 .....NE La Veta ...... J-11 .....SE Pitkin ...... F-7 ....SW Walsh ...... P-11 .....SE Cascade ...... J-7 .....SC Florence ...... I-8 .....SC Lake City ...... D-9 ....SW Platteville ...... J-3 .....FR Ward ...... I-3 .....FR Castle Rock ...... J-6 ....DM Fort Carson ...... J-8 .....SC Lake George ...... I-7 .....SC Poncha Springs ...... G-8 .....SC Waterton ...... I-5 ....DM Cedaredge...... C-7 ....SW Fort Collins ...... I-2 .....FR Lakewood ...... J-5 ....DM Pritchett ...... O-11 .....SE Wattenberg ...... J-4 .....FR Centennial ...... J-5 ....DM Fort Garland ...... I-11 .....SC Lamar ...... O-9 .....SE Prowers ...... O-9 .....SE Wellington ...... J-2 .....FR Center ...... G-10 .....SC Fort Lupton ...... J-3 .....FR Larkspur ...... J-6 ....DM Pueblo ...... K-9 .....SE Westcliffe ...... I-9 .....SC Central City ...... I-4 .....FR Fort Morgan ...... L-3 .....NE Las Animas ...... N-9 .....SE Pueblo West ...... J-8 .....SE Westminster ...... I-4 ....DM Cheraw ...... M-9 .....SE Fountain ...... J-8 .....SC Last Chance...... M-4 .....NE Punkin Center ...... M-7 .....NE Weston...... J-12 .....SE Cherry Hills Village ...J-5 ....DM Fowler ...... L-9 .....SE Leadville ...... G-6 .....SC Ramah ...... L-6 .....SC Wheat Ridge ...... I-4 ....DM Cheyenne Wells ...... P-7 .....NE Franktown ...... J-5 ....DM Limon ...... M-6 .....NE Rangely...... A-3 ....NW Wiggins ...... L-3 .....NE Chimney Rock ...... D-12 ....SW Fraser ...... H-4 ....NW Littleton ...... J-5 ....DM Red Cliff ...... G-5 ....NW Wiley ...... O-9 .....SE Chipita Park...... J-7 .....SC Frederick ...... J-3 .....FR Livermore ...... I-2 .....FR Red Feather Lakes .... H-1 .....FR Windsor ...... J-2 .....FR Clark ...... E-1 ....NW Frisco ...... G-5 ....NW Lochbuie ...... J-4 ....DM Redstone ...... E-6 ....NW Winter Park ...... H-4 ....NW Clifton ...... B-6 ....NW Fruita ...... A-6 ....NW Log Lane Village ...... L-3 .....NE Ridgway ...... C-9 ....SW Wolcott...... F-5 ....NW Climax...... G-5 ....NW Gateway ...... A-7 ....NW Loma ...... A-6 ....NW Rifle ...... D-5 ....NW Woodland Park ...... J-7 .....SC Colbran ...... C-6 ....NW Genoa ...... M-6 .....NE Longmont ...... I-3 .....FR Rio Blanco ...... G-4 ....NW Wray ...... P-3 .....NE Colorado City ...... J-10 .....SC Georgetown ...... H-5 .....FR Louisville ...... I-4 ....DM Rockvale...... I-8 .....SC Yampa ...... E-3 ....NW Colorado Springs ...... J-7 .....SC Gilcrest ...... J-3 .....FR Loveland ...... I-3 .....FR Rocky Ford ...... M-9 .....SE Yuma ...... O-3 .....NE Columbine Valley ...... J-5 ... DM Glendale ...... J-5 ....DM Lyons ...... I-3 .....FR Rollinsville ...... I-4 .....FR Commerce City ...... J-4 ....DM Glendevey ...... G-1 .....FR Manassa ...... H-12 .....SC Romeo ...... G-12 .....SC Conejos ...... G-12 .....SC Glenwood Springs .....E-5 ....NW Mancos ...... B-11 ....SW Rush...... L-7 .....SC THANK YOU TO OUR PARTNERS

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1-800-Colorado | 66 1-800-Colorado | COLORADO DUDE & GUEST RANCH ASSOCIATION Saddle up the family for a Colorado dude ranch vacation.

From upscale properties with resort-like amenities to rustic working ranches where guests can take part in everyday chores, Colorado’s more than 30 dude ranches all offer different experiences. But you can count on every ranch for down-home hospitality, an activity-rich schedule of family-friendly activities and plenty of opportunities to connect with the great outdoors. Planning a family vacation can be difficult. Parents want to have a relaxing time and share wonderful experiences with their kids, but finding a destination that appeals to youngsters and adults alike is often harder than it seems. The best solution might be one you hadn’t considered yet: a Colorado dude ranch. Bringing your kids (or grandkids!) on a family trip to Colorado for a week can be just what you need to get a bit of relaxation, change your perspective and pull everyone closer. From horseback riding to hiking trails, roping lessons and even ziplining, there’s never a shortage of fun, action-packed activities on a dude ranch. From the minute you arrive, every member of your family will have the chance to try the kinds of things they’ve only seen on TV. For most kids, no matter how young or old, something magical happens when they get into the open air, surrounded by mountains and horses on all sides. Suddenly, the appeal of a small glowing screen isn’t quite as strong as the exciting possibilities that are all around them. And while kids might beg to stay up past bedtime at home, they probably won’t at a Colorado dude ranch. A few hours in the saddle or a day of whitewater rafting is enough to have them resting peacefully through the night. In fact, your family might get the best sleep you’ve enjoyed in years. Explore our all-inclusive adventure getaways now to find the one that gives you the perfect mix of excitement, relaxation and a healthy change of pace. Visit and request a free brochure and DVD. ALL PHOTOS: COLORADO DUDE & GUIDES RANCH ASSOCIATION. DUDE & GUIDES COLORADO PHOTOS: ALL

1-800-Colorado | 67 68 1-800-Colorado | COLORADO NATIONAL HERITAGE AREAS Colorado’s natural splendor and Western history shine at three National Heritage Areas.

Colorado possesses three of the 49 National Heritage Areas established by the U.S. Congress — and is one of only 16 states to have more than one. Experience exquisite landscapes and learn about Colorado’s contributions to the nation’s diverse heritage at these must-see quadrants: South Park National Heritage Area, Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area and National Heritage Area. Fondly preserved historic structures and seemingly untouched terrain characterized by towering 14,000-foot peaks and more than 100 rare or endangered plant and animal species make central Colorado’s South Park NHA seem like a lost-in-time place. Learn how mining squabbles gave Fairplay its name, peruse art galleries and shops housed in 1800s storefronts or cast a line in more than 50 miles of Gold Medal trout streams. The Sangre De Cristo NHA showcases the rich history of south-central Colorado’s San Luis Valley, home to the state’s earliest civilizations. The 3,000-square-mile corridor’s bounty of assets include portions of the , Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad and more than 20 cultural properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Cache la Poudre River NHA celebrates milestones related to the Front Range’s 120-mile Cache la Poudre River, which influenced the development of water law and delivery systems in the Western U.S. and helped shape northern Colorado’s cultural heritage. Amble along the river on the Poudre River Trail, a 31-mile route that extends from Bellvue through Laporte, Fort Collins, Timnath, Windsor and Greeley. Or tour Fort Collins’ 1883 Water Works, which housed the area’s first water pump house.,, and NationalHeritageAreas.

Did You Know? While South Park is known as the setting of the namesake animated series, show creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone actually drew inspiration for the fictional hamlet from Fairplay, including the town’s main street and idyllic mountain backdrop. Find inspiration of your own in Fairplay and other cities and towns in Colorado National Heritage Areas. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: GREAT SAND DUNES NATIONAL PARK AND PRESERVE; SOUTH PARK NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA; CACHE LA POUDRE RIVER NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA; CUMBRES & TOLTEC SCENIC RAILROAD, CATHY EDWARDS; SAN LUIS VALLEY MUSEUM. VALLEY LUIS SAN EDWARDS; CATHY SCENIC RAILROAD, & TOLTEC AREA; CUMBRES HERITAGE LA RIVER NATIONAL AREA; CACHE POUDRE HERITAGE NATIONAL SOUTH PARK AND PRESERVE; PARK NATIONAL DUNES SAND LEFT: GREAT TOP FROM CLOCKWISE

1-800-Colorado | 69 70 1-800-Colorado | EXPERIENCE CAMPING IN COLORADO Stay at Colorado campgrounds, RV parks and cabins to immerse yourself in the great outdoors.

From snow-marbled peaks and alpine forests to sweeping golden plains and wildflower-peppered meadows, Colorado’s landscape is unlike any other in the world. Home to an impressive roster of campgrounds, RV parks and cabins, it’s easy to find a spot to answer the call of the wild. The options are endless, whether you’re seeking a remote place to pitch a tent, a comfy cabin equipped with modern conveniences or an RV park with access to kid-pleasing amenities like swimming pools and mini-golf courses. Slumber under a star-filled sky, listen to the crackle of a warm campfire and take advantage of everything Colorado’s great outdoors has to offer. One of the best perks of staying at Colorado campgrounds, RV parks and cabins is direct access to activities in the state’s dazzling wilderness areas. Hike trails padded with wildflowers, bike through multicolored desert landscapes or soak in natural hot springs — the sky is truly the limit. Visit to find the perfect place to stay for your trip. Be sure to download the 2016 Camp Colorado Guide and browse deals and promotions on the website.

Fun Fact Colorado’s state animal is the Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep, the state bird is the lark bunting and the state flower is the columbine. Keep your eyes peeled for all of these Centennial State wonders while you explore the vast wilderness during your stay at Colorado campgrounds, RV parks and cabins. CLOCKWISE FROM TOP RIGHT: CAMP COOKING, BARTON GLASSER; MESA VERDE NATIONAL PARK, C2 PHOTOGRAPHY; CCLOA; COLUMBINE LAKE, KENNAN HARVEY. COLUMBINE CCLOA; C2 PHOTOGRAPHY; PARK, VERDE NATIONAL GLASSER; MESA BARTON RIGHT: CAMP COOKING, TOP FROM CLOCKWISE

1-800-Colorado | 71 72 1-800-Colorado | SIP THE STATE Local craft breweries, distilleries, wineries and cideries show off Colorado’s best tastes.

Home to more than 300 breweries, 40 distilleries, 130 wineries and nearly 20 cideries, Colorado is a hub for locally produced libations. And the state’s craft-beverage industry continues to evolve, thanks to passionate artisans who continue to produce super-tasty libations inspired by Colorado’s fruitful harvests and one-of-a-kind way of life. For decades, Colorado’s craft-brewing community has produced seemingly endless varieties of celebrated beers, from golden and tangy sour ales to easy-to-sip sessions and soul-warming porters. Every region in Colorado is peppered with breweries, making sampling suds easier than ever. Since every brewery embodies its own character and approach to beer production, no two are alike — so you’ll never run out of beers to taste. Oodles of sunny days, cool nights and low humidity support a nourishing environment for growing Colorado grapes, which supply primo ingredients for local vintners. Colorado boasts two federally designated American Viticultural Areas: The Grand Valley, along the Colorado River, and the West Elks, along the North Fork of the Gunnison. Whether you prefer fruit wines flavored with picked-at-their-peak Western Slope peaches or vino made with traditional Bordeaux, Rhone and Germanic grape varieties, wineries and tasting rooms statewide are pouring a wide array of lauded wines. Meanwhile, our talented distillers are dedicated to sourcing as many ingredients close to home as possible, fueling a farm-to-bar trend that’s made Colorado a destination for fresh, innovative cocktails. Using elements like Rocky Mountain water and grain to produce super-smooth alcohol and implementing waste-not production practices have become staples of the state’s dedicated craft-spirits industry. The Centennial State also has a growing roster of hard cider producers. Fermented juice from apples, pears, cherries and other Colorado orchard fruits are melded with flavors like caramel, lemon grass and lavender to produce varieties of the delightfully fruity and fizzy concoctions, a refreshing alternative to beer or wine. Colorado Brewers Guild, Colorado Wine Industry Development Board, Colorado Distillers Guild, CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: AVERY BREWING COMPANY; FACTOTUM BREWHOUSE; COLORADO WINE INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT BOARD; COLORADO DISTILLER FESTIVAL. DISTILLER COLORADO BOARD; DEVELOPMENT WINE INDUSTRY COLORADO BREWHOUSE; FACTOTUM BREWING COMPANY; LEFT: AVERY TOP FROM CLOCKWISE

1-800-Colorado | 73 crop calendarCOLORADO Look for the Colorado Proud logo on food or agricultural products that have been grown, raised or processed in Colorado. MAY JUNE JULY AUG SEPT OCT NOV

apples (storage to June 1) apricots asparagus beets bell peppers broccoli cabbage cantaloupe carrots cauliflower celery cherries chile peppers cucumbers eggplant grapes green beans herbs honeydew lettuce (leaf and head) onions (to March 15, storage included) peaches pears pinto beans (all year) plums popcorn (all year) potatoes (all year) pumpkins raspberries rhubarb squash strawberries sweet corn tomatoes watermelon

Provided by the Colorado Department of Agriculture: Dates are approximate.