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You are cordially invited to get to know Colorado – on us
Colorado’s activities are as varied as the landscape itself, and the dawning of each day sheds new light on a place that may seem as familiar as your Sunday slippers. Ancient archaeology, arts and culture, cowboy adventures, and endless outdoor activities are all on tap for this year’s press trips, which truly offer something for everyone. RSVP as soon as possible, space is limited!
2013 Trips to be Announced Soon :: Check back soon for details!
2011 Press Trips - Archived: See what we did in 2011
2010 Press Trips - Archived: See what we did in 2010
2009 Press Trips - Archived: See what we did in 2009
The following one-on-one trips are also available,
please contact us to schedule and plan your personal tour.
Grand County (www.grand-county.com)
Nearly everything Colorado has to offer is bundled up within the boarders of Grand County, just 67 miles from Denver. This area is home to four golf courses, two of which are nationally acclaimed. Winter Park/Fraser Valley offers 600 miles of hiking and biking trails. The Old West town of Kremmling serves as a base for world-class fly-fishing. A natural hot springs resort bubbles up in Hot Sulphur Springs. And cultural and historical activities abound throughout the county.
Grand County Dude and Guest Ranches (www.dude-ranch.com)
Experience the West the way it used to be at one of the six world-class dude and guest ranches that has earned this area the title “Dude Ranch Capital of the U.S.” You select your experience that can include everything from horseback riding, square dancing and hayrides to authentic cowboy cuisine.
Delta County “Colorado’s Agricultural Hub” (www.westerncolorado.org)
Delta County consists of the towns of Cedaredge, Crawford, Delta, Hotchkiss, Orchard City and Paonia. These towns come alive in the summer with fresh produce stands, wine rooms and activities to boot. Join us for Paonia Cherry Days (July 4th weekend), Mountain Harvest Fest (Sept. 25-27) or Cedaredge Applefest (Oct. 2-4).
Southwest Travel Region (www.swcolotravel.org)
The Southwest Travel Region is made up of seven counties and stretches from Grand Junction to Pagosa Springs, so you can pick and choose from a wealth of activities and sights. The region includes the communities of Ouray, Cortez, Durango and Telluride, just to name a few. Southwest Colorado boasts numerous national parks and monuments, scenic byways, archaeological ruins and cliff dwellings, and the 125-year-old Durango and Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.
For more information, call Gaylene Ore at 970-531-2336 or email: Gaylene@orecommunications.com