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Boo Krewe
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Tips for Denver for a weekend?
is there good outdoor stuff closebuy?

music? what breweries?


oVo
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
Smoking pots


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hoopsgalore
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
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what breweries?


In terms of breweries, plenty of topics on here to read through:

October 2018
November 2018
November 2017
May 2018
April 2017


HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
Well done




hoopsgalore
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Member since Nov 2013
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
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Well done




Honestly, those that live in cities like Austin, Chicago, Denver (+ surrounding mountain towns), and New York (all boroughs) should collaborate and post something similar to AbitaFan's Boston thread. Would save so much time and searching.


TexasTiger39
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
I assume you are going soon? Most of the hiking this time of the year will be below freezing temps.


Hogwall Jackson
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
Yeah but the sun shines here all the time. Going hiking this weekend & it’s supposed to be 25 degrees. Just gotta layer up.


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HoustonGumbeauxGuy
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
Sadly, that is why I quit updating the sticky. People would ask questions all the time which were already answered in detail within the sticky.

Plus, my character count is maxxed out.


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My2ndFavCivilNgineer
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
Google Avanti food and beverage. It’s a pretty cool spot to grab lunch.



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kingbob
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
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Most of the hiking this time of the year will be below freezing temps.


Yeah, but it's still pleasant feeling outside during the day. 25 and sunny in Denver feels like 45 in Baton Rouge.


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LSUintheNW
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
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Most of the hiking this time of the year will be below freezing temps.


Best thing about winter hiking is much less people.

Winter is a favorite of mine because not everyone can handle the elements. The boring and weak stay home while all I do is switch my clothing and some activities.



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Boo Krewe
Member since Apr 2015
2704 posts

re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
thanks for the tips.

What are the best breweries? '
is there a place to tube/sledd? skiing or snowboarding is too much

where is the best place for some dudes to try to flirt with hot outdoorsy women ( patagonia types) ? best bars for that?

any food recs?


Boo Krewe
Member since Apr 2015
2704 posts

re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
I saw the brewery recs, never mind.


rbdallas
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Member since Nov 2007
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
ASKING for a friend...

They would like to go for a weekend to chill somewhere in Colorado (in Feb). No skiing but like snow .

Where would you suggest looking for cabin rentals or house.
Away from neighbors some. They are willing to drive from Dallas, but if there was an airport close by would be better and then they would rent a Jeep or??

They want about 3 nights, budget around $275/night

Have a friend w a huge house in Pagosa Springs, but they thought it was too big (3100 sq ft).

I can do the specific research. Any ideas on the towns/ area ? They just want to chill, relax, have dinner, etc nothing very active.






IllegalPete
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
Salida/Buena Vista/Leadville, Ouray/Silverton/Durango/Pagosa are a few places to consider if they are not interested in skiing or the higher priced ski towns (Aspen, Telluride, Breckenridge, Vail, etc)

Durango is probably the biggest with the most to do, the others all have a small town vibe.

If they are not committed to CO, not planning on skiing, and driving..... the Santa Fe/Taos/Red River/Angel Fire region in northern NM is worth looking at.


pjab
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
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Pagosa Springs

Really good deer hunting out there


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pjab
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
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IllegalPete - Front Range


I may be picking your brain a lot. I’ll know in about a week if I’m moving out your way.


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rbdallas
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re: Tips for Denver for a weekend?
TY, will pass it on. Sounds like what they are looking for.


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