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Looking for a great travel story to write? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Colorado’s Wet Mountain Valley offers a large list of attractions and outdoor recreation opportunities. With something new happening all the time, it’s a great place to stop for a news tip!
Outdoor Adventures Beyond Colorado’s Backcountry: A Winter Horseback Ride in the Wet Mountain Valley
As predicted, Colorado’s backcountry is more popular than ever this winter. Free from the restrictions currently imposed upon Colorado’s ski resorts, the backcountry offers acres upon acres of powder for anyone willing to work for it.
The World’s Brightest Stars Draw People to Westcliffe in Colorado’s Wet Mountain Valley
In Colorado and beyond, people are flocking to the Wet Mountain Valley, where the Westcliffe/Silver Cliff community gained an International Dark Sky Community Designation in 2015, making it the first designated Dark Sky Community in Colorado, the highest in the world, and one of the best places on the planet to view the stars.