Dog-Friendly Adventures in Colorado

  You know the expression: Dog is man’s best friend. So, what’s a vacation or day trip without your best fur friend (BFF) in tow? Thankfully, Colorado is known for being an exceptionally dog-friendly state, and there’s plenty of parks, watering holes, restaurants and hotels tailored toward humans and their canine companions.    Ahead, three […]

5 Trips You Should Take This Summer and Fall

    From a cruise around Iceland to a surf retreat in Costa Rica, these are our top picks for summer and fall getaways in 2024.   Adventure in Jackson Hole   You already know Jackson Hole for its world-class skiing and snowboarding in the winter. But this destination should also be on your radar […]

The Best Places to Eat, Stay and Explore in Buena Vista This Summer

    The weather is heating up—and so is Buena Vista.   Situated roughly two hours southwest of Denver, Buena Vista may be small, but it packs a big punch when it comes to outdoor recreation. The Arkansas River runs right through the valley, and this scenic waterway sees more commercial use than any other […]


  Welcome to Travel Denver, a new website from the team at Go Visit Media.   In the 26 years that my wife and I have lived in Boulder, we’ve been busy. We founded and sold a national media company in 2018. However, the entrepreneurial spirit still had a hold on me so, in 2017, […]

Introducing the Travel Boulder Summer 2024 Magazine

  Welcome to the latest issue of Travel Boulder magazine, providing you with exciting new adventures and experiences.   We’ll be putting the stories online throughout this summer. But, in the meantime, you can read the full magazine over on Issuu.   This edition starts off with our bucket list of the coolest things to […]

8 Eateries to Check Out at Longmont’s New Parkway Food Hall

    Longmont officially has its first food hall.   Parkway Food Hall opened its doors last week at the corner of Ken Pratt Boulevard and Main Street—or “Main and Main,” as Chris Nehls likes to call it.     Nehls is vice president of Actis, the company that has owned Longmont’s Parkway Promenade for […]

19 Colorado Breweries Bring Home 21 Medals at the World Beer Cup

    The World Beer Cup (WBC) recently announced the winning breweries of its annual contest. While scanning the list of winners across 50 countries and 110 beer styles, you’d likely notice one state popping up quite a lot. And that would be Colorado, in which 19 breweries took home 21 awards spanning all sorts of […]

These Are The First Michelin Key Hotels in Colorado

  It’s been a big year for Colorado’s hospitality industry.   Last fall, the Michelin Guide came to Colorado for the first time and gave Colorado restaurants some well-deserved recognition. Now, the Michelin Guide has returned to honor some of the state’s best hotels.   This is a big deal: The Michelin Guide is one of the […]

What to Know About the 2024 Colorado Shakespeare Festival

    The Colorado Shakespeare Festival is a beloved annual tradition, held every summer for the last six decades at the University of Colorado Boulder.   This summer, the festival will look and feel a little different because of ongoing construction on campus. But, rest assured, you’ll still be able to enjoy high-quality theater from […]

Make Your Plans for Mile High Asian Food Week

    Colorado’s Asian culinary scene is thriving—and people are starting to take notice.   This year, several Asian American Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) eateries and chefs were named 2024 James Beard Award semifinalists, including MAKfam’s Kenneth Wan, Yuan Wonton’s Penelope Wong and Denver’s Sắp Sửa restaurant.   Multiple AANHPI-owned restaurants also got […]

2024 Colorado Pint Day Is Here

    For some, Christmas is the day to look forward to all year. For others, it’s their birthday.   But for craft beer lovers, the most wonderful day of the year is almost upon us: Colorado Pint Day.   On Wednesday, the Colorado Brewers Guild will once again be hosting its beloved fundraiser in […]

Just BE Kitchen Brings Delicious Gluten-Free Meals to Boulder

    For people with celiac disease, allergies, sensitivities or other dietary restrictions, dining out can be stressful. Even after calling the restaurant ahead of time and informing the server upon arrival, cross-contaminated foods often still end up on the table.   Fortunately, there’s a new restaurant in town where diners don’t have to worry […]

Colorado Ski Area Closing Dates for 2024

    Signs of spring are already starting to sprout along the Front Range, from bright purple crocuses to the return of the ospreys at the Boulder County Fairgrounds.   And, while there’s still plenty of snow in the mountains for now, it’s time to map out your plans for the rest of ski season. […]

Taste of Vail Combines Spring Skiing with Gourmet Food and Drink

    Spring is my favorite time of year to go skiing. In addition to warmer temps, the days are longer, which means more time for al fresco, apres-ski eating and drinking in the Colorado sunshine.   That’s why I always make a point of attending Taste of Vail, an annual fête that combines the […]

Collaboration Festival Is One of Colorado’s Best Beer Fests

    There’s a craft brewery on every street corner in Colorado (or, at least, it sure feels that way), which can make it difficult to pick which one to visit on any given weekend.   But, at the upcoming Collaboration Beer Festival on March 30, you don’t have to choose. In the months leading up […]

Cozy Cocktail Bars For a Romantic Date Night

    Tired of doing the same dinner-and-a-movie routine for date night? Change things up a little—and impress your date—by sipping tasty, creative craft cocktails this winter and spring.   Boulder County’s cocktail bar scene is better than ever, from a new Louisville speakeasy to an anything but hush-hush Western chic lounge. So snag a […]

Renée del Gaudio Builds Architecture That Belongs

    Love can inspire beautiful architecture. Just ask Renée del Gaudio. When the Boulder architect first arrived in Colorado in her early 20s, she fell head over heels. “I was so in awe,” she says. “I grew up in Michigan, and I just couldn’t believe all of this existed.”   The drama of the […]

Longmont’s Cheese Importers is a Local Treasure

  My culinary-obsessed friend group has themed get-togethers every month or so. There’s pesto parties and soup parties; cocktail nights and boozy brunches. But there’s always an award component to these gatherings—and I think I’ve found the ultimate cheat code to building the first-place charcuterie board for our next night in.   Enter: Cheese Importers in […]

5 National Parks and Monuments To Visit This Winter

    While most travelers think of summer as national park season, several of Colorado’s most popular landscapes are just as good—if not better—during the winter months.   They’re not only blissfully uncrowded in winter, but they’re also arguably more beautiful under a fresh blanket of snow. A winter visit to these nationally recognized wonders […]

Celebrate 20 Years of the Boulder International Film Festival

    They weren’t sure anybody would show up, but it seemed like a fun idea: to organize a film festival in Boulder.   The year was 2003, and Robin and Kathy Beeck had made some short films – funny shorts, like one about the “Frozen Dead Guy” in Nederland (that’s a grandpa who asked […]