Colorado

Colorado Travel Guide

The modest spa’s hour-long Swedish massage is intense and the perfect cure for ski-weary muscles.

Rent kayaks or book a white-water-rafting trip through Pagosa Outside, a reputable one-stop outfitter for activities on the roaring San Juan.

Hunter S. Thompson's old haunt lives on in this rustic tavern covered in old news clipping and memorabilia, mostly about the gonzo journalist himself.

You may not need Luchese boots, Stetson hats, horsehair belts, or leather chaps (then again, maybe you do), but that's what makes Kemo Sabe such a delightfully fun place to browse.

Ride the historic Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, which travels 45 miles through snowcapped mountains and along the Animas River to the old-time mining town of Silverton.

An agent since 1992, Dana Welch works for the Travel Society and specializes in African adventures.

Located in a fairly nondescript office park just off a busy highway, Udi's draws locals not so much for its ambience—which is pleasant, but a typical sandwich shop with an order counter and light-filled dining room—but for the quality of the bread, baked by Maurizio Negrini, the store's Italian-b

A boutique established by retailer Amen Wardy, this high-end shop is stocked with unique home accents.

The tour company runs excursions to the Upper Colorado, where Class I and II waters are easy and calm.

Offering 150 properties in Aspen, its agents will also make hard-to-get dinner reservations.

This Boulder bistro creates French Provençal cuisine in the mountains of Colorado. Seating includes a long bar and two rows of tables with white cloths, bathed in natural light from the windows. Clusters of abstract, tapering pendant lamps cast a golden glow.