“Sunday Morning” takes us to San Juan National Forest in Colorado. Videographer: Scot Miller.
The San Juan National Forest covers the southern half of the massive and complex San Juan Mountains. There are numerous peaks, rivers, lakes, and remote stretches in the forest, including the Weminuche Wilderness, the largest in the state. Parts of the forest are accessible from Cortez, Durango, Pagosa Springs, Silverton, Telluride, and Ouray.
Vail, Colorado, is a small town at the base of Vail Mountain, home of the massive Vail Ski Resort. Set within White River National Forest, the town is a gateway for winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding. It’s also a summertime destination for golfing, hiking and cultural festivals. Gore Creek, popular for fly fishing, runs directly through the town center.
A classic “gentleman’s” property, the San Juan River Retreat offers approximately one mile of both banks of the designated “blue ribbon” San Juan River. It is rare for a smaller acreage property to offer such an abundance of the river’s main stem, control of both banks, excellent fishery for rainbows and browns, and all while offering high-grade fish habitat.
The property is complemented by a custom-built 3,100 square foot primary residence which is nicely appointed and complements the land, while not being overdone. A 3,500 square foot guest house and small shop provide room for guests and equipment storage/work area.
Water rights irrigate approximately 20 acres, and two wells provide domestic water. The land is diverse, presenting a mixture of old-growth cottonwoods lined along the river, productive irrigated meadows, mild topography, smaller areas of evergreen tree cover, and good habitat for migrating big game animals.
The San Juan River Retreat is located 16 miles south of Pagosa Springs, 30 minutes from Stevens Field FBO, and less than an hour from Wolf Creek Ski Area. https://hallhall.com/property-for-sal…
Welcome onboard an incredible Luxury Train through some of the most spectacular landscapes in the USA. This is 2 Days on the Rocky Mountaineer’s new Rockies to Red Rocks route in the United States!
Chapters: 0:00 Introduction 1:39 Day One on the Rocky Mountaineer Rockies to Red Rocks 19:12 Day Two on the Rocky Mountaineer Rockies to Red Rocks
The trip is two days of extraordinary landscapes between Moab, Utah and Denver, Colorado. Vast canyons, inspiring deserts, natural archways and enchanting hoodoos are just a start. Available in SilverLeaf Service, this Rocky Mountaineer rail route is filled with highlights best seen by train, including Ruby Canyon, Mount Garfield and crossing the Continental Divide. If you want to explore more, you can also book one of our carefully curated packages, with options to start or end your journey in Las Vegas or Salt Lake City.
Housing costs are rising fast and there aren’t enough homes on the market nationwide to meet demand, and anyone looking to move is acutely aware of the competition and high cost to buy or rent a home. The Best Places to Live rankings factor in how the cost of living compares to the area’s median household income, but U.S. News & World Report also broke out the data into its own ranking.
Rocky Mountaineer from Denver in Colorado to Moab in Utah. During the train journey you will explore the Colorado Rockies, see landscapes that have been transformed over millennium, you’ll pass the Big 10 Curve, the Moffat Tunnel, Byers Canyon, Glenwood Springs, Debeque Canyon, Mount Garfield, Ruby Canyon before finishing in Moab.
Bear Mountain Ranch is comprised of 327± acres of refined ranch land in the rolling foothills west of Denver, Colorado. The property encompasses undulating terrain, including steep tree-lined ridges and grassy valleys. Thick swathes of fragrant ponderosa pine interspersed with evergreen trees muffle the sound of the nearby city. Close by, American buffalo roam in protected pastures, and mule deer and elk graze freely throughout the property. The allure of the Wild West is alive and well on Bear Mountain Ranch. Situated on the summit of a former ski area, the Bear Mountain Ranch encompasses varied terrain, including rocky slopes, wooded valleys, and grazing fields that overlook panoramic views of the Front Range. The sprawling residence is designed for formal entertaining yet comfortable enough for family life. A handsome horse barn, a state-of-the-art riding arena, and a practical ranch hand’s quarters have all been meticulously designed for ease and efficiency.
Encompassing a picturesque mountain valley nestled at the base of towering peaks, Snowmass Falls Ranch offers the ultimate combination of natural beauty, seclusion, and access to world-class amenities. This stunning 650± acre ranch is highlighted by lush meadows, tumbling streams, aspen groves, and forested hillsides, all set against a backdrop of snowcapped summits. Mount Daly dominates the view from the ranch headquarters, and a fortuitous bend in the valley brings additional peaks into view, including Clark Peak and Snowmass Mountain. It is an incredible setting for a multitude of activities – fishing, hunting, riding, hiking, ranching, entertaining, or just relaxing.
Snowmass Falls Ranch is the last privately-owned property in the upper Snowmass Creek valley. The access road ends at the front gate, and surrounding the ranch is the Maroon Bells – Snowmass Wilderness. This massive 181,535-acre roadless area has over 100 miles of foot and horseback trails and six of Colorado’s peaks over 14,000 feet, accessible right from the property. This not only creates a gateway to an enormous wilderness playground, but a desirable end-of-the-road setting removed from development and other private landowners. By nature of being surrounded by pristine wilderness, the ranch feels much larger than its deeded acreage.
In Aspen, Colo., some fans of fall foliage go to extremes for a spectacular view – namely, jumping off a cliff above a sea of autumnal oranges, reds, yellows and golds. Correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti reports on paragliding in a leaf peeper’s paradise.