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Low Gas Prices Help Fuel July 4th Travel Boom

date icon July 01, 2015

The lowest July 4 gas prices in five years will help spur a summer travel boom, with 41.9 million Americans projected to take a road trip for the holiday weekend.

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Are You Ready For Some Fourth Of July Fun In Frisco?

date icon June 29, 2015

There's probably no better spot to celebrate Independence Day than in the Colorado high country, where gentle mountain zephyrs will help you cool down from the holiday revelry.

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Fishing For Fun And Money In Colorado

date icon June 26, 2015

River flows are starting to drop and most Colorado reservoirs are nearly full, which means good fishing nearly everywhere you go.

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Art, Science And More At Rocky Mountain National Park

date icon June 25, 2015

Centennial celebrations at Rocky Mountain National Park are kicking into high gear the next couple of months with special activities and events including art programs, science lectures and even a golf tournament at Grand Lake.

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Is Super El Niño Coming To Colorado?

date icon June 20, 2015

A developing Pacific El Niño is already affecting weather patterns across the western U.S., including record spring rain and snow in Colorado, where several weather stations reported the all-time wettest month on record for any year. Many more stations recorded records for May precipitation.

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