Moffat County

Moffat County is a little bit off the beaten path and that's exactly why curious explorers and nature-loving stargazers vacation here. Nearly two million acres of pristine public lands and free-flowing rivers distinguish this unspoiled landscape where hundreds of species of wildlife find sanctuary. And you'll discover a treasure trove of scenic destinations from Dinosaur National Monument to the wild horses of Sand Wash Basin, with all sorts of good fun in between. Blaze your own trail to Moffat County and then stay awhile. With pioneer personality, the handclasps are firm and the smiles are genuine. This far-flung corner of northwest Colorado is just the place to hang your hat and renew your spirit with discovery and adventure.

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Routt County

Steamboat Springs is nestled in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, off the beaten path but still within reach. Our Colorado vacation destination is easy to get to by air or by car, year-round. If you’re looking for an authentic mountain town, steeped in adventure, history and culture yet full of modern amenities, we invite you to browse our vacation ideas that are as big as the Rockies themselves. However you like to spend your down time, you’ll find the perfect mountain vacation here in Steamboat.

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Rio Blanco County

What may not be evident on the surface is most certainly hidden deep in the past. And there's no better place to explore the richness of Rio Blanco County's past than the White River Museum in Meeker. The local historical society has captured the history of this rugged part of Colorado in artifacts, photographs and plenty of old tales. The big hunting escapades of Teddy Roosevelt, one of Colorado's most famous visitors, are also well documented here. Those who pass through Rio Blanco today are typically on their way to an exciting hunting or fishing excursion in the famed Flat Tops Wilderness area. The surrounding natural areas are also popular destinations for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing in the winter. Rio Blanco itself is situated in a basin formed by the Yampa Plateau, Danforth Hills and Williams River Mountains on the north and east, and the White River Plateau, Book Cliffs and Book Plateau on the south. The panoramic views here reveal mountains topping out at 12,000 feet and will inspire any photographer.

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