But pop superstar Taylor Swift’s Eras tour isn’t just about the money. It’s also about friendship bracelets, handmade outfits, and connecting with fans from around the world
A resident’s complaints about “dangerous” rides prompted carnies to pull up stakes. But ninjas came to the rescue.
Learning how to avoid the crowds may be the best way to enjoy, and preserve, Colorado’s well-advertised recreational areas.
“They were all like kids to us,” said Colorado Gators owner Jay Young of fire that killed more than 100 tortoises, lizards and snakes.
The federal stimulus and recovery funding will go toward five urban visitors bureaus and two rural communities to help regain tourist traffic lost in the pandemic
The same few months of 2020 that Colorado crown jewel Rocky Mountain National Park was suffering its worst losses from COVID closures, the whole place also nearly burned down. Now, things are looking up in the original Switzerland of the West. The park’s in-house firefighting crew, which said they’d been prepping for a sparkfest like […]
The Colorado tourism industry is bouncing back from the pandemic, but the recovery is not evenly distributed across the state. Front Range urban destinations have yet to see traffic return to 2019 levels while Western Slope mountain communities are setting all-time records. The Colorado Tourism Office’s survey of 2021 visitors by research groups Longwoods International […]
Vail Resorts announced its summer plans at its major resorts last week and one thing was conspicuously absent. Ziplining and canopy tours, once the foundation of an industry-wide expansion of summer amenities, have been dropped from the resort operator’s offerings at Vail and Breckenridge, apparently a victim of the labor crisis strangling ski areas. Company […]