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A true taste of the fabled American West, Ridgway gained fame when For anyone looking to expand their horizons, wee Crestone has evolved over the years from a tiny mining town into a place for spiritual seekers.
Tibetan centers, a Hindu temple, a Zen center (pictured), and a Carmelite monastery are all located within the community, along with art galleries and some of the finest massage therapists in the state.
Tiny Creede couldn't get any bigger even if it wanted to—the town is perched in what was once a volcanic caldera, with sheer cliffs rising up around it.
On Main Street, picturesque storefronts from the 1890s house shops, inns, and restaurants, and for history buffs there are two fine institutions: the Creede Historical Museum and the Underground Mining Museum.
Meanwhile, Wolf Creek Ski area, just a few minutes away, snags the most snow in the state, more than 450 inches a year.Like Salida, Ridgway is all about the arts, with galleries and studios, plus an historic theater and plenty of cool events like full moon art excursions.The Orvis Hot Springs are close by, offering steamy pools situated in natural settings.There's an artist community here, which means good galleries, and tubing in the summer on the North St. Don't miss staying at Wee Casa, a tiny home hotel that's one of the country's most unique—and adorable—places to lay your head.Sitting snug in Brush Creek Valley surrounded by 3,000 acres of mountain terrain, Snowmass Village is home to the monumental Snowmass Ski Area, the second-largest in Colorado.Dubbed "The Wildflower Capital of Colorado," Crested Butte celebrates pretty posies with its beloved Wildflower Festival each July, including hikes, garden tours, and photography classes.Skiing, of course, is king here come winter, but in the warmer months 750 miles of mountain biking trails make traveling on two wheels tempting.Whether you want to make a trek or take a dip, Salida is the place.A dozen of Colorado's "14ers" (mountain peaks exceeding 14,000 feet) encircle the town, and the Arkansas River runs right through it, providing kayaking, rafting, and tubing enthusiasts a good time all summer long.Meanwhile, campers can pitch their tents in the nearby Gunnison National Forest with primitive to full-service amenities.Quirky Lyons, just 20 miles away from Rocky Mountain National Park, offers laid-back coffee houses, cool bars, and a smattering of excellent restaurants where live music is often on the menu.