A Traveler's Blog

Do you want to visit Alamosa like you know a local?  Here is your chance!  Enjoy the following feature articles writtten by a traveler enjoying some hidden (and not so hidden) treasures around the San Luis Valley. 

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The Treasures and Pleasures of Penitente Canyon

The Treasures and Pleasures of Penitente Canyon If mountain biking, rock climbing, bouldering, hiking, trail running, geology, panoramic views, relaxing around a campfir ...
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Climbing the Great Sand Dunes

Climbing the Great Sand Dunes What a magnificent sandpile! Forever shifting and changing in the wind but always staying in the same place. Hiking the dunes is unique as ...
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Winter recedes upward in elevation as temperatures in the valleys and lower parts of the mountains begin to warm from late March, through April, and into May. Trails emer ...
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A Strange Sight in Colorado

Travel Quiz – What can this strange sight be? A photo shopped alligator in Colorado?  Fake snow at a gator pond in Florida?   A Colorado gator in his natural en ...
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Upcoming Events

  • Thu, Sep 4 Celebrate at the Great Sand Dunes National Park as they unveil their 2014 quarter! It's part of the U.S. Mint's "America the Beautiful" coin series, and the...

  • Sat, Sep 6 The Rio Grande Scenic Railroad is proud to bring back their summer concerts known as the Mountain Rails Live Concert Series! September 6 & 7 Suzy Bogguss...

  • Sat, Sep 6 The POWWOW is an enerfy-filled community event that is free and open to the public. There will be music, dancing, and vendors from 9AM till sundown.

  • Thu, Sep 11 7pm This year's theme for the Southern Colorado Film Festival is "One Valley, Many Voices." The SoCo Film Commission seeks to bring the filmmaker's power of self-expression to...

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