Western Slope Travel Guide
Articles about Western Slope
Hotels in Western Slope
A little more out-of-the way and a lot more down-to-earth than the bigger Colorado ski resorts, Powderhorn doesn't have a huge number of trails or an upscale lodge. It does, however, offer affordable family fun, shorter than average lift lines, and incredible views.
Restaurants in Western Slope
Sushi was a game-changer when it was introduced at the Lobar; the mission changed from purely nightclub to a combination of restaurant, sushi bar, and party spot. Marked by a black canopy on Elk Street, Lobar's dining room offers high wood tables and is lit by paper lanterns and neon lights.
Things to do in Western Slope
Uley Scheer was more clean-cut than the average man of the mountains, an incident involving liquor and town law enforcement landed him in the county jail. Though the namesake is a bit dubious, this remote restaurant in Crested Butte Mountain Resort offers Colordo fare with French influences.