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

  • Mon, Sep 29 12pm Nationally known paper artist Megan Singleton will be Artist in Residence at Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve September 29th through October 15th. As part of...

  • Sat, Oct 4 Beer and Bratwurst will be served in time to German Oompa Band music as the train winds through the mountain passes. Get your tickets at www.coloradotrains.com

  • Sat, Oct 4 The 11th Annual Stephanie L. Miner 5K Run/Walk will be held at Alamosa's Cole Park on October 4th at 9:45AM. To pre-register it's $30.00, to register the...

  • Sat, Oct 11 A full day of events in Historic Downtown Saguache! 5K Cannibal Crawl, Rib Cook-Off, Bear & Mustache Contest, Pumpkin Toss, Beer Garden, Old Fashioned Children's Games, Chocolate Festival,...

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