A cosmopolitan and creative population in this corner of Colorado’s Rockies has adopted the laid back outlook of a mountaineer home from the mine. Victorian homes dot the Silver City. World class restaurants, an airport and 4 mountains of ski resort round out the offerings for a powder day or really any that ends in y.
The gold metal waters of the Frying Pan river runs through it. Fly fisherman delight in the early mornings. The road leads to Ruedi Reservoir, a high mountain lake home to the Aspen Yacht Club. Ruedi boasts a swimming beach and camping. An Old West looking downtown with great shops and restaurants rounds out the picture.
2 rivers and endless possibilities. Follow the Colorado river through Glenwood Canyon to see it meet up with the Roaring Fork River here. Originally named Defiance, outlaws and robber barons alike came here for the hot springs. An adventure park, a vaudeville theater, and restaurants galore make this downtown unmissable!
Gateway to the Wilderness! New Castle is a bedroom community just minutes down the Colorado river from Glenwood Springs. Great parks, trails and a vibrant main street make it fun! The Lakota Canyon Golf course is gorgeous. Live here and be surrounded by nature.
Home to around 64,000 people Grand Junction is the largest town until you get to Salt Lake City, Utah. The Colorado National Monument area for recreation, a vibrant downtown, a hospital, and Colorado Mesa University make this town golden for investment.