While Colorado is a popular travel destination in the summer, it loses no beauty once the season turns. From marveling at the changing leaves in the fall to skiing and snowboarding in the winter, Colorado’s tourism off-season has much to offer travelers seeking to avoid the summer crowds. No matter the time of year you visit, Colorado has adventure waiting for you.
In these unusual times, we must all do what we can to keep our communities safe. We ask that when you travel to Colorado, you please explore our community with kindness and care by respecting local COVID guidelines. For information on the latest COVID protocols, we recommend you check with the town you are traveling to.
The Colorado Creative Corridor is home to a wide array of family-run businesses, local restaurants, independent art galleries and entrepreneurial ventures. The Colorado Creative Corridor runs through the heart of Colorado, with options for breweries in all communities. Although we are small mountain communities, you can find just about any type of food, with many restaurants sourcing local. Spending your vacation dollars at our unique stores, dining establishments, accommodations, and services preserves our community’s special character by supporting our economy.
If you are interested in how to give back to the communities in the Colorado Creative Corridor, we would greatly appreciate your gratitude. We encourage you to donate your time and money to the following recommended organizations: