Top Quiet Getaways On Colorado's Western SlopeOver the years CBS4's travel show, Colorado Getaways, has featured heavily visited tourist areas and smaller scale places of intrigue. Featured are some that most people probably haven't heard of that lie on the state's Western Slope.
The New Fort Lupton Rises On The Banks Of The South Platte RiverMuch as the original structure did way back in 1836, the new Fort Lupton rises, log by log, near the banks of the South Platte River.
Take A Tour Of The Crystal RiverFrom the town that bears the name of the Colorado state rock, Glenn Smith, better known as "Smitty," pilots a 1954 Willy's Jeep.
Water World Always Adding New AttractionsThese are the days to get out and enjoy the Colorado sunshine, and do it in a way that's both warm and refreshing at the same time.
Girl Scouts Find Water Still Running Strong On The Gunnison RiverColorado waterways are still running pretty strong, even this late in the summer. A group of Girl Scouts and some of their parents were kind enough to let a CBS4 crew tag along for a day in a canoe.
Rio Grande Scenic Railroad Offers Scenery, MusicThe Rio Grande Scenic Railroad leaves from two locations -- from Alamosa in the San Luis Valley -- and in La Veta. Some say it's the most unique railroad anywhere in the state.
Greeley Freight Station Museum Features Huge ModelWhen you walk in the doors of the Greeley Freight Station Museum you will not believe your eyes.
Carousel In Nederland A Hit With VisitorsIn the center of the mountain town of Nederland sits the Carousel of Happiness, the state's newest carousel.