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The Abandoned Ghost Town of Henson Colorado Sits Near a Broken Dam
Structures from the mining communities in the area are still standing, along with the ruins of the old hydroelectric dam over Henson Creek.
See Colorado’s Amazing Sky High Mountain Passes Ranked By Elevation
Scroll on to learn more about mountain passes above 10,000 feet throughout the state.
Why Colorado’s Red Mountain Ghost Town Can Be Hard to Identify
Several Colorado ghost towns sit out in the woods along the Million Dollar Highway south of Ouray including Red Mountain Town.
41 Movies You May Not Have Known Were Filmed in Colorado
Scroll on to learn more about which parts of Colorado have appeared in some of America's favorite films.
A Detailed History of Grand Junction Colorado’s University
Today, it is known as Colorado Mesa University with an enrollment of over 10,000 students who call Grand Junction home.
Western Colorado’s Best Hikes: The Grand Mesa’s Trail to Lost Lake
Hikers wait all spring for the snow to melt on top of the Grand Mesa so they can access the Lost Lake trail.
All of Colorado’s Prehistoric Sites You Need to Visit At Least Once
Check out this list of the national and state-registered prehistoric sites, along with a few places that stand alone.
Slither Through Some of the Snakes You’ll Find in Colorado
Of the 30 different kinds of snakes found in Colorado, only 3 of them are venomous.
Photos: Opening Night for the Grand Junction Rockies at Suplizio Field
The Grand Junction Rockies kicked off their home schedule at Suplizio Field with a 2-run homer in the first inning on Tuesday night.
VIDEO: Snow Plows Clear Trail Ridge Road at Rocky Mountain National Park
Crews are clearing the last of the snow from the 48-mile stretch of Trail Ridge Road that runs from one side of the park to the other.