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Fall Festivities!

October 9, 2015 7:48 pm

It's the perfect time to get outside and enjoy the cooler weather! Nearby is the Denver Botanic Gardens Chatfield Farms corn maze that is 8 acres of fun! This weekend they even have extended hours for their Pumpkin Festival!

The Corn Maze is open:
Oct. 9-11
Friday & Saturday 9 a.m. – 9 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Pumpkin Festival is during:
Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Oct. 9-11, 2015
9 a.m. – 5 p.m. each day
MillerCoors beer garden is open 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Gather up a couple friends and go enjoy a bit of the fall outdoors!

Click here for more information.

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Bend and Stretch at The River Yoga in Denver

October 7, 2015 8:07 pm

Whether you're an experienced yogi or have never stepped onto a yoga mat before in your life, The River Yoga has a class that'll be well suited to your needs. Seasoned yoga practitioners might enjoy the challenge of an all-inversion conditioning class, while those who are interested in the meditative aspects of yoga might enjoy the quiet atmosphere of the studio's candlelight vinyasa practice. Whole families enjoy the benefits of yoga together during the kid-friendly family classes, and gentle yoga classes cater to seniors and those who are recovering from an injury.

With up to a dozen different classes on the schedule each day you're sure to find one that fits your needs, even if you need to start as early as 6 a.m. to fit a class into your busy schedule. Yelp reviewers praise the studio's clean, modern atmosphere and say the instructors are particularly welcoming.

The River Yoga
1212 Delaware Street
Denver, CO 80204
(720) 381-6070

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Aspen Color Change!

September 25, 2015 2:02 pm

Now that Fall has arrived you won't want to miss out on the short window to see the leaves changing colors! Here are some of the best places to take a drive and witness the brilliant display of colors:

1. Trail Ridge Road – U.S. Highway 34 between Estes Park and Granby, traveling through (and over) Rocky Mountain National Park. This road rises to 12,183 feet and has several scenic overlooks for you to take in dramatic vistas throughout the park.

2. Peak to Peak Highway – Colorado highways 119, 72, and 7 from Black Hawk to Estes Park. You can catch the Peak to Peak Highway off of Interstate 70 by taking the Highway 119 exit, of the Central City Parkway exit. There are many spots to pull over and take in superb views of the Continental Divide along with the several stands of colorful quaking Aspen.

3. Boreas Pass between Como and Breckenridge – An old railroad bed, this gravel road offers phenomenal sightseeing both above and with several Aspen groves. You can take Boreas Pass Road off of U.S. Highway 285 in Park County. Or if you're in Summit County, take Boreas Pass Road right off of Colorado Highway 9 on the south side of Breckenridge.

4. Kebler Pass from Crested Butte to Paonia State Park – While this is a longer drive from the Front Range the huge Aspen grove is worth the trip. Kebler Pass Road extends out of Crested Butte, but can also be traveled from Colorado Highway 133 by going Interstate 70 to Glenwood Springs, then south on Colorado 82 to Carbondale. Take Colorado 133 south out of Carbondale to the junction with Kebler Pass Road.

5. Divide to Cripple Creek – On Colorado Highway 67, then take Teller County 1 to Florissant. Good for midseason color and a chance to see some of Colorado's mining history. The Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument is on the way and worth a stop.

6. The Maroon Bells – Perhaps the most photographed location in the state, the Maroon Bells Wilderness has many hiking trails and can be accessed from Aspen on Maroon Creek Road.

7. Guanella Pass from Georgetown to Grant – Can be traveled either way from I-70 to Georgetown and over Guanella Pass Road, or go south on U.S. 285 to Grant and take the pass road back over to Georgetown. Even though it's above tree line, it's worth a stop at the summit to take in the view of Mount Bierstadt (14,065 feet) towering over the east side of the pass.

8. Buffalo Pass – East of Steamboat Springs is lined with rows and rows of Aspen. Summit Lake is another beautiful aspect of this scenic route. Take Routt County Road 36 out of Steamboat Springs to Forest Service Road 60. Don't be surprised to see elk or moose along the way.

9. Kenosha Pass – It's an easy drive from the Denver area south on U.S. Highway 285. The summit has some impressive Aspen groves and there are many hiking trails that take you right in amongst the colorful leaves.

The best time to catch the colors are the last two weeks of September into the first week of October! Be sure to share your pics!

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