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Rayback Collective

The Rayback Collective will be open seven days a week, with four rotating food trucks for lunch and dinner. The bar sports thirty tap handles pouring beer, cider and wine. Whether you’re looking for a fun place to hang with your friends or your kids, a place to unwind after a day in the office, a place to cap off your most recent mountain rendezvous, a place to plan your next epic adventure, a place to congregate—the Rayback is here for you.

Museum of Natural History at The University of Colorado Boulder

Visit the Museum of Natural History on the campus of the University of Colorado in Boulder. The museum is open to the public seven days a week, free of charge. From ancient dinosaur fossils to current scientific research, there is something for everyone at The Museum of Natural History.

Leanin' Tree Museum of Western Art

Experience the drama and beauty of the west at The Leanin' Tree Museum of Western Art. The free admission includes the Magnificent sculpture garden, expansive art galleries with 250 paintings and 100 bronze sculptures, and a unique card and gift store.

Pearl Street Mall

With outstanding shopping, lodging, restaurants, services and entertainment & events, not to mention the best people watching in the state, Downtown Boulder offers authentic experiences for everyone.

Eldorado Canyon

Eldorado Canyon State Park is part of the Colorado State Park system. It is located in Boulder County near the city of Boulder. The park consists of two areas, the Inner Canyon and Crescent Meadows.

Colorado Segway Tours

Breathe in the pristine air, marvel at snowcapped peaks and view raptors in flight while gliding effortlessly on a Segway. Whether you want to join a group tour, host a team building event or simply try one out... Segway-ing around Boulder, Colorado will enhance your Rocky Mountain high.

Hike at The Flatirons

The Flatirons are rock formations near Boulder, Colorado. There are five large, numbered Flatirons ranging from north to south along the east slope of Green Mountain. The term "The Flatirons" sometimes refers to these five alone. Numerous additional named Flatirons are on the southern part of Green Mountain, Bear Peak, and among the surrounding foothills.

Tea Tours at The Celestial Seasonings Tea Factory

Discover how tea is made on a tour that includes a video, a walk through the Celestial Herb Garden, a tour of the tea bag factory and a visit to the aromatic Mint Room.


Sanitas Valley Trail is a wide, graveled trail heading north up the valley between the Hogback Ridge and Mount Sanitas. It affords access to the Dakota Ridge Trail to the east, the Mount Sanitas Trail to the west, the Hawthorne Trail near its northeast terminus, and the East Ridge Trail at its northwest terminus. It is heavily utilized by people walking their dogs.