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The Western U.S. is the largest region covering roughly one-third the land area of the United States. It is also the most geographically diverse, incorporating geographic regions such as the Pacific Coast, the temperate rain forests of the Northwest, the Rocky Mountains, all of the desert areas located in the United States. The 13 states encompassing the Western Region of the U.S. are Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, Oregon, California, Arizona, New Mexico and Hawaii. Between mountains, deserts, ocean and valleys, people who enjoy the outdoors will especially enjoy vacationing in the Western part of the U.S.
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Bryce Canyon Country, Utah

Utah's Bryce Canyon Country. Spectacular destinations - Bryce Canyon National Park, Capitol Reef National Park, Lake Powell, Kodachrome Basin State Park, and the Grand Staircase. Enjoy hiking, mountain biking, fishing, horseback riding, back-country exploring, ATV Riding, aerial tours, and more.
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Bryce Canyon Country – You're next vacation destination! America's greatest concentration of natural
scenic wonders.
Bryce Canyon, open year-round, is a series of large natural amphitheaters with thousands of multicolored
rock pinnacles called "hoodoos". These formations shine brilliantly under sunny skies, but glow
most exquisitely under the softer light of the rising or setting sun. This 20 mile long scenic park offers
many viewpoints, and the opportunity to hike or take horseback rides along trails into the canyon. You'll
be astonished by the contrast of the red-hued formations and the richest blue sky you've ever seen.
The Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument is 1.7 million acres that connects Glen Canyon
National Recreation Area with Capitol Reef and Bryce Canyon National Parks. A vast desert maze of
canyons and unique formations for hiking and exploration.
Capitol Reef National Park is part of the famous Waterpocket Fold, a 100-mile long wrinkle in the
earth's crust known to geologists as a monocline. This park is filled with grand and colorful geologic
features.
Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (Lake Powell) offers unparalleled opportunities for water-based
and back country recreation. The recreation area stretches hundreds of miles from Lees Ferry in Arizona
to the Orange Cliffs of southern Utah, encompassing scenic vistas, geologic wonders, and a panorama of
human history.
We invite you to learn more about Bryce Canyon Country, and to begin planning your next great vacation
to a land of unparalleled scenic diversity and outdoor adventure.

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Cache Valley, Utah

Discover your own adventure in Logan, Utah, the most scenic way from Salt Lake City to Yellowstone and Jackson. Stay and play in this high mountain valley known for outdoor adventures, hands-on heritage experiences, and performing and fine arts.

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Logan, Utah, is a treasure trove of outdoor adventures, hands-on heritage experiences, and performing and fine arts waiting to be discovered by you and your family.

You can mountain bike, canoe, fly fish, bird watch, hike, rock climb, ski, snowshoe, and snowmobile in the Wasatch Cache National Forest, just a five-minute drive from downtown Logan. During winter months, take a sleigh ride through a herd of 600 elk at Hardware Ranch.

Stop in at the American West Heritage Center, a 160-acre living-history museum where you can experience firsthand the history of the Old West.
Depending on the day, you’ll visit with Native Americans, mountain men, farmers, and pioneers. They’ll keep you busy living life like they did through games, activities, crafts, and food, music, wagon rides, and more. For a true taste of the area you’ll enjoy the Cache Valley Food Tour where you can sample famous foods made here including cheeses, chocolates, coffee, cookies, honey, fruit, ice creams, and pastries.

The city of Logan boasts Utah State University, a dozen art galleries, specialty shops, great examples of early Mormon pioneer architecture, and the stunning 1923 Ellen Eccles Theatre, home of the renowned Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre Company and other nationally touring productions. Drive through dramatic mile-high limestone cliffs along the Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway, a 45-minute road trip through forested canopies along the winding Logan River to the turquoise waters of Bear Lake. Come discover your own adventure in Logan, the most scenic stop between Yellowstone, the Tetons, and Salt Lake City.

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St. George, Utah

St. George Tourism Office – Everything from A to Zion!

Zion National Park and St. George, Utah – for those who want to indulge in the GREAT OUTDOORS!! This is a land of blue skies, red rocks and green golf courses. It is a stunning haven for bikers and hikers, with slot canyons and vertical climbs for the even more daring. Are you a golfer? 12 courses within a 15 minute drive! Do you enjoy photography? More photo ops than you'll have time for! Wanna Shop? The Outlets at Zion!

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With the nice variety of hotels, Bed and Breakfasts, destination spas and RV parks – finding a spot to get comfortable is easy. Outdoor theater, museums and galleries, historical tours and local festivals are sure to round out your itinerary. The temperate year-round weather allows for all outdoor activities all year long. St. George is just 90 minutes north of Las Vegas on I-15 and 40 minutes to Zion National Park – for those who want to INDULGE!

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Red Rock Golf Trail | St. George, Utah

The Red Rock Golf Trail is located just 90 minutes northeast of Las Vegas on I-15, St. George Utah is a golfer's paradise. Whether an advanced player or just getting started in the sport, we have the golf course for you! With 11 courses in a 40 minute radius, it's simple to book your hotel room and spend the rest of your vacation driving on the golf course and not in your car.

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Wyoming - Forever West

It’s not what you’re getting away from, it’s what you’re getting away to. Wyoming offers seven national forests, Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks and more than 18 million acres of the most picturesque public land to explore.

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Cody / Yellowstone Country, Wyoming

Just minutes from Yellowstone National Park, Cody, Wyoming's Yellowstone Country is renowned for beautiful scenery, wildlife, rodeo, top-notch fly-fishing, the world famous Buffalo Bill Historical Center and more. Access to Cody and Yellowstone is made easy by Yellowstone Regional Airport.

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Just minutes from Yellowstone National Park, Cody, Wyoming's Yellowstone Country is renowned for beautiful scenery, wildlife, rodeo, top-notch fly-fishing, the world famous Buffalo Bill Historical Center and more. Access to Cody and Yellowstone is made easy by Yellowstone Regional Airport where car rentals are also available. A small western town with big city amenities, Cody thrills all ages. Enjoy the thrills and spills of the Cody Nite Rodeo, or wholesome family entertainment from Dan Miller's Cowboy Music Review. Cool off with river rafting, or find your inner cowboy on a trail ride followed by genuine cowboy cuisine. Cody's a short drive from camping and picnics, toasted marshmallows and Yellowstone National Park, where you’ll find wildlife and natural wonders both in and outside of its boundaries. And while some come to see Old Faithful, anglers come from all over the country to fish the North Fork of the Shoshoni River where you'll find kayaks and rafts enjoying the crystal clear waters as well.

Couples and families can both enjoy Cody. A romantic corner table for two is just as easily found as a miniature golf course. And Cody is home to fine western furniture and clothing so kids aren't the only ones that can find souvenirs. Plenty of lodging options can be found whether you prefer a room by the pool, a charming bed and breakfast or a campground with all the services. Enjoy 18 holes of golf, shopping or learn about the area at one of the finest western museums in the world, the Buffalo Bill Historical Center. There are five wings devoted to Western Art, the Yellowstone Ecosystem, the Plains Indians, Buffalo Bill and Firearms. Other western attractions and historical sites are sure to add color to your visit.

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Cheyenne Area Convention and Visitors Bureau

Live the Legend of Cheyenne and the Wild West. Feast while surrounded by bison, enjoy several great western museums including the new Cheyenne Depot Museum, or experience Cheyenne Frontier Days - the world's largest outdoor rodeo and western celebration.

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Live the Legend of Cheyenne

Like many western towns, Cheyenne sprang up in the path of the transcontinental railroad in 1867. Nicknamed Hell on Wheels, the rowdy town of railroad workers and soldiers from nearby Fort D.A. Russell was teeming with numerous saloons and burlesque theaters.

Cheyenne did not remain a wild town for long, as a booming livestock industry attracted investment from eastern and foreign cattle barons. In the 1880s, Cheyenne was the wealthiest per capita city in the world.

Today, Cheyenne boasts many attractions that hearken back to its early days. Victorian mansions and historic buildings like the Capitol and Governors' Mansion dominate downtown. The grand Union Pacific Depot is home to a Visitors Center, restaurant, and the Cheyenne Depot Museum.

During the summer, the Cheyenne Gunslingers (800-426-5009) perform free western skits and gunfights at 6:00 p.m. each weeknight. Cheyenne's Holliday Park is also home to one of the few surviving Big Boys, the largest steam locomotive ever made.

Cheyenne also has a Museum Loop Tour that includes the Cheyenne Frontier Days(TM) Old West Museum (307-778-7290), the Nelson Museum of the West (307-635-7670), the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens (307-637-6458), and the Wyoming State Museum (307-777-7022).

Cheyenne Frontier Days (TM) (800-227-6336), begun in 1897, has grown into the largest outdoor rodeo and western celebration in the world. The celebration includes daily rodeos, nightly concerts, an Indian Village, parades, art shows, pancake breakfasts, a carnival, and more. The 116th Frontier Days takes place July 20-29, 2012. And for those of you planning far in advance, the 117th Frontier Days are July 19-28, 2013.

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Carbon County, Wyoming

For some, zen moments don't occur on yoga mats. Carbon County, Wyoming. Request a brochure TODAY! Learn about Carbon County, WY river access, fishing spots, area hiking, campsites, snowmobile trails, wildlife areas and cross country skiing trails.

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Carbon County Wyoming has some of the best snowmobiling offerings anywhere. Explore over 500 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails with terrain to please users with skill levels ranging from the novice to the expert. Snowmobiling occurs in primarily three recreational areas, each offering excellent trails and conditions.
The great outdoors await in Carbon County, Wyoming. A variety of terrains from deep evergreen forests and high mountain deserts to riparian areas along Carbon County’s many rivers provides habit for a wide variety of wild game species. If hunting is on your agenda southern Wyoming is unparalleled. As the least populated state in the union, Wyoming’s wide open spaces offers some of the best hunting opportunities to be found.
Lodging, hunting, Snowmobiling, Hot Springs, Hiking, Museums, and much more. Request a visitors guide to find out more about Carbon
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Scottsdale, AZ

Plan the ultimate vacation with your free Scottsdale visitor guide! Experience the magic and excitement our city has to offer, from its breathtaking Sonoran Desert setting and championship golf courses to its Zen-like spas, acclaimed restaurants and vibrant arts and cultural scene.

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Scottsdale's Sonoran Desert boasts more than 330 days of sunshine with events and happenings in full swing all year long. Take advantage of idyllic temperatures with an early morning hike up Pinnacle Peak or through Scottsdale's McDowell Sonoran Preserve - one of the nation's largest preserves encompassing more than 32,000 acres. Looking for an adrenaline rush? Take a Jeep or Hummer tour through the craggy desert mountains or see the landscape from a daring angle in a hot air balloon. For truly spectacular aerial views, buckle up and venture onto a helicopter for a flight over Camelback Mountain. After a day of scoping out the awe-inspiring sights, excite your taste buds by discovering fine dining with nearly 600 restaurants. A plethora of nightlife activities await you with the onset of evening. Embark upon downtown Scottsdale's bars and clubs where you'll find a nightlife experience that suits your mood. The nocturnal diversions range from hip clubs to cozy wine bars and bistros. After a long day of exploring all Scottsdale has to offer, it's time to relax in the comfort and luxury of our world-class resorts. No matter what type of adventure you crave, Scottsdale offers an exclusive experience tailored just for you.

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Tempe

Start planning your trip to Tempe today and uncover some of the best-kept secrets in hiking, biking, dining, art, culture and MLB spring training – all with the sun-splashed Sonoran Desert as your playing field.
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What can you expect in Tempe, Arizona?

Named a top ten most fun and affordable city by MSN.com, Tempe offers a vacation to remember. Start your day with an early morning hike up “A” Mountain, with views of the city below. When the sun is up, enjoy racing your friends on paddleboards at Tempe Town Lake or kayaking with the family. For dinner, choose from any one of the fun, eclectic and unique restaurants on Mill Avenue. From Irish pubs with a shamrock drawn into the Guinness foam, to the landmark steakhouse in a hacienda that’s over 130 years old – one thing’s for sure, you’re taste buds will never be bored!

And it’s not just dining and water sports. The Mill Avenue District and Tempe Marketplace are thriving with shops and stores, just waiting for you to find that gem of a souvenir you can’t live without.

Shopping isn’t your thing? Spend an afternoon interacting with the wildlife at the Phoenix Zoo or an evening enjoying a Broadway production at the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed ASU Gammage. Here in Tempe, the list of things to do is as long as it is unexpected.

Tempe is only ten minutes from PHX Sky Harbor International Airport and just minutes from Phoenix and Scottsdale. Tempe’s convenient location makes it easy to see the best of the Southwest.

For help in planning your vacation, visit www.AboutTempe.com or call 800-283-6734.

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Chandler, AZ

Chandler, Arizona’s convenient location lets you explore the best of Arizona with a unique combination of urban energy and relaxed Southwest living. With plenty of family friendly amenities, Chandler is an ideal spot for sightseeing the Valley of the Sun.

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Just 20 minutes from two major airports—PHX Sky Harbor International and Phoenix-Mesa Gateway—getting to Chandler is a cinch. You’ll discover a lively dining scene, arts & culture venues, award-winning golf, world-class shopping, exciting festivals, a vibrant downtown, and abundant sunshine in Chandler, Arizona.
In downtown Chandler an eclectic mix of local dining, culture and shopping will give you an up-close and personal way to experience the city. On foot, stroll the trellis-covered walkways and colonnades from a shop selling arts and handicrafts made from Arizona artists to restaurants and watering holes serving craft beers, specialty teas, wine and a variety of foods from American to Mexican to Thai. Downtown also features many festivals and events including an Art Walk held the third Friday of each month.
Whether toddlers, tweens or teens, Chandler has a variety of experiences to keep kids occupied with plenty of kid friendly activities to jump, splash, skate, explore Chandler. From an 1880’s western town experience or the opportunity to view live desert creatures like snakes and scorpions (all in cages, thankfully!) at the Environmental Education Center at Veteran’s Oasis Park or an open-air train ride and carousel at Desert Breeze Park.

Start planning your Chandler vacation today; visit us at http://www.VisitChandler.com or 888-663-2489.

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Marin County

Marin County is conveniently located between San Francisco and the Napa/Sonoma Wine Country. Discover an incredible array of outdoor attractions where a warm, sunny California climate makes it possible to enjoy your favorites year round. Our Visitor Guide has everything!

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Marin County is just a little out there. As in, one famous bridge away from San Francisco, and closer than you could ever imagine to everything that’s unique in this clever corner of California.

Surrounded by water on three sides, visitors can explore wild and scenic California beaches, enjoy sailing, windsurfing and kayaking in San Francisco Bay, or marvel at the ancient redwood forest of Muir Woods on the slopes of legendary Mt. Tamalpais. The natural environment of Marin County is breathtaking, and just the thing for outdoor recreation. Mountain biking, hiking, fishing, bird watching, kayaking, spring wild flowers, elephant seals, Tule Elk, and migrating gray whales are all within reach of an unforgettable vacation.

Music, art and film festivals, and historical and cultural venues like the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Civic Center continue to attract people from all over the world. Many California-grown organic fruits and vegetables, artisan cheeses, fresh seafood and some of the world’s best wines appear on the menus in Marin's diverse restaurants. Wine tasting, antique shopping and exploring Marin County’s scenic countryside are all part of this California vacation paradise.

Whether it's a bed and breakfast in a quaint downtown, a romantic hideaway on the coast, a full-service luxury hotel, or facilities to accommodate business meetings and conferences, Marin is an affordable alternative to its San Francisco neighbor.

So come take a vacation from the typical vacation. The question is, where do you want to start?

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Novato, Marin County, CA

Novato, Marin’s northernmost city, offers year-round outdoor activities, quaint shops and antiques, and dining choices sure to satisfy any appetite! Our proximity to Napa/Sonoma wine country, West Marin seashore and Infineon Raceway, coupled with our affordable hotels offering cosmopolitan comfort, make Novato a great place to stay!

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Novato, Marin’s northernmost city, offers year-round outdoor activities, quaint shops and antiques, and dining choices sure to satisfy any appetite! Our proximity to Napa/Sonoma wine country, West Marin seashore and Infineon Raceway, coupled with our affordable hotels offering cosmopolitan comfort, make Novato a great place to stay!

History is at the heart of Novato with Olompali State Historical Park, Miwok Park/Marin Museum of the American Indian, Novato History Museum and the Novato Arts Center at Hamilton field.

In June, Novato hosts the Festival of Art, Wine & Music featuring nationally and regional known entertainment and the finest of art, wines and microbrews from the region.

Novato is a great place to play with excellent golfing, extensive bike trails, horse back ride, and picnicking in beautiful parks, all surrounded by beautiful county-wide areas of open space.

Don’t forget to explore the biological mysteries of aging at the world renowned Buck Institute while experiencing the architecture of I.M. Pei and discover what scientists are learning about Alzheimer’s, cancer, stroke and other age-related diseases.

Novato’s friendly, relaxed downtown, boutique shopping and marvelous local restaurants provide an environment that everyone will appreciate.

Novato – the North Bay’s perfect location.

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Glacier Country, Montana

Montana’s Glacier Country is best described as an outdoor hotspot with the perfect splash of arts and culture. Home to Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, stunning scenery and charming small towns, this corner of Montana is ready to be explored.

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Located in Western Montana, Glacier Country is home to millions of acres that encompass experiences and adventures that are distinct to Big Sky Country. Within its boundaries are stunning places that include the jagged peaks of the Bitterroot Mountains, two Indian reservations and the largest natural freshwater lake in the West, Flathead Lake. Anchoring the region is the Crown of the Continent—Glacier National Park.

Home to more than one million acres, the park is best described as stunning, dramatic and breathtaking with diverse terrain that varies from rolling foothills to a celestial summit and wildflower-filled meadows to stunning 400-foot waterfalls. The 50-mile-long Going-to-the-Sun Road takes travelers through the heart of the park and crests the Continental Divide at Logan Pass. The park is also home to historic lodges, backcountry chalets, abundant outdoor recreation and 734 miles of hiking trails.

Year-round recreation can be found here and ranges from skiing at a world-class ski resort to casting a line on one of the area’s blue-ribbon trout streams. In Montana, recreation is often experienced against a backdrop of stunning views that include crystal clear lakes, snow-capped mountain peaks and rushing waterfalls.

While scenery and outdoor recreation take center stage in Western Montana, Glacier Country has plenty of western charm in the form of small towns, a lively arts and culture scene, working ranches and a hearty brewery industry. And with wide expanses of sweeping plains and mountain valleys, Western Montana is a destination that’s ready to be explored.

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Missoula, MT

Unique, cool, hip…serene, welcoming and replete with natural beauty - what are you looking for in your next vacation? Missoula, Montana has the unparalleled natural beauty and the eclectic cultural vibrancy to make your experience unforgettable.

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Some might call it unique, cool, or hip. Others will experience it as serene, welcoming and replete with natural beauty. You might see it as vibrant, active and pulsating with places to go and things to do. The beauty of Missoula is that it is all that and more.

Nestled in the Northern Rockies of Montana, surrounded by seven wilderness areas and at the confluence of three rivers, Missoula is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream. You can kayak, raft or tube through downtown or take a relaxing hike in 60,000 acres of wilderness minutes from your hotel. Missoula is known for its blue-ribbon trout fishing (made famous by A River Runs Through It) and spectacular natural beauty. The outdoor recreational opportunities are limitless.

Missoula is also a regional destination for shopping and dining, featuring three distinct shopping districts and an abundance of restaurants, cafes, coffee houses and breweries with something to fit all budgets and palates. Known for its eclectic culture, visitors will find this arts and cultural hub filled with a seeming endless array of arts and entertainment events. Think symphony, theater, film festivals, author’s readings at independent bookstores, college sports, ballet, opera and roller derby! And we proudly live our history – Native American and Lewis & Clark to smokejumpers and Glacial Lake Missoula.

The experience is what you want to make it!

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    Maui County, HI

    Maui County, gives you three great destinations in one: Maui, Moloka’i and Lana’i.” it’s the Hawaiian experience in perfect balance—three isles in a beautiful natural setting with easy air access. There are many direct flights from gateway cities across North America.

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    Our islands have world-class facilities with luxurious spas, incomparable beaches, five-star cuisine and the friendly staff. Enjoy five gorgeous Maui resort areas: Kapalua, Ka’anapali, Wailea, Makena, and Hana.

    Our tri-isles have activities galore. Bike down from the stunning Haleakala Crater at sunrise, view Hana’s tropical waterfalls, experience championship golf and you can shop for delicious island grown coffee and handmade gifts.

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    With gorgeous scenery and no traffic, Moloka’i is an ideal “escape into nature”. Relax at the beach or take the stunning mule ride down the rocky, steep path to where Saint Damien ministered to those with Hansen’s disease.

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    Lanai’s special amenities include two luxurious resorts and championship golf. You can hike or bike lovely Munro nature trail. Or dive the coastal “Cathedrals” in warm, clear water.

    Order your own colorful, 70-page travel guide for Maui County today. This official Maui Visitors and Convention Bureau guide covers accommodations, activities and sites on Maui, Molokai and Lanai.

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    Boulder Convention and Visitors Bureau

    Nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder offers some of the most captivating, rejuvenating and fulfilling experiences in the state. The community is enriched with natural beauty, hip urban culture and a vibrant love of the outdoors. So whether you are an outdoor enthusiast craving adventure or in search of your own invigorating experience, Boulder offers a variety of outdoor activities, restaurants,museums, galleries and shops just waiting to be explored!

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    Cresting over the hill on highway 36 into Boulder, it's easy to see why this intriguing town has been dubbed the city nestled between the mountains and reality. At 5,430 feet above sea level, acres of vast open space roll into Boulder's quaint cityscape tucked into the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. Visitors are greeted by warm sunny days followed by refreshing, brisk evenings. At night, Boulder's big city culture comes to life with concert series and festivals. Enjoy unexpected entertainment on the Pearl Street Mall in historic Downtown Boulder. Dine at one of the malls quaint sidewalk cafes, browse through its many boutiques and galleries or enjoy free entertainment watching the quirky street performers. Boulder's beautiful mountain settings offer hiking, biking, climbing within minutes of downtown Boulder. Outdoor enthusiasts of all abilities can appreciate Boulder's bountiful recreation.

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    Rio Rancho Convention and Visitors Bureau

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    The convenient and affordable base camp for your next New Mexico vacation. Discover a tapestry of Native American and Hispanic cultures, scenic adventures and sports for every age in a central location close to both Albuquerque and Santa Fe. Save at www.RioRanchoNM.org

    Funded in part by the New Mexico Tourism Department

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    Enchanting Adventures in Affordable Rio Rancho
    Connect with the past and explore nature’s beauty in the heart of New Mexico. Our high-desert climate provides inspiring vistas, a unique cultural tapestry and plenty of room for high-altitude outdoor adventures year-round.

    History Comes Alive
    Step back in history and visit Coronado State Monument where Francisco Vásquez de Coronado arrived in 1540 in search of the legendary Seven Cities of Cibola. 

Walk through Petroglyph National Monument and discover up close more than 15,000 designs etched in lava rock centuries ago. Tour Casa San Ysidro, a restored Spanish Colonial mini-community with more than 1,300 historic and religious items. Experience Native American culture of Jemez Pueblo. Then head for the hills to take a relaxing dip in the naturally heated and healing Jemez Springs.

    Nature in High Definition
    National and state scenic byways, from the architecture of Route 66 to alpine vistas of Jemez Trail, are just minutes from town. Several byways can easily be combined in a single day trip. Nature abounds among the majestic alpine vistas at the Valles Caldera National preserve - one of the largest volcanic calderas (basins) in the world. Ready for wine tasting? Visit Rio Rancho’s Matheson Winery or half a dozen others within a 20-minute drive. Watch the reflective sunset glow of the Sandia Mountains, then take in the views and city lights from atop Rio Rancho’s mesa.

    Stay and Play
    Enjoy a concert or Professional Indoor Football with the New Mexico Stars at the state-of-the-art Santa Ana Star Center in Rio Rancho. Feeling lucky? Try one of the three pueblo casinos nearby, play golf, or relax at the spa.

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