Exploring Colorado in the summer
Fly fishing in Colorado

Exploring Colorado in the summer

The skies are blue, the air is clear and there is no evidence of fire where tourists would go. “Some people watching TV thought the whole city burned up,” one local told me. “Some people thought the entire state burned,” said another in Crested Butte. Fortunately, Colorado’s fire-impacted areas represent less than 1 percent of the state’s 23 million acres of public land.

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Last day in Aspen — biking to Woody Creek Tavern
End of bike ride at the Woody Creek Tavern

Last day in Aspen — biking to Woody Creek Tavern

What’s left? Biking, of course. Locals are huge mountain bikers so we’ve at least got to give it a shot. We opt for the Rio Grande Trail—a rail to trail favorite of locals for running, hiking, walking and of course biking.

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