With a half-day train journey through a local tour company, you can see the spectacular Mount Robson and some of the best scenery in Canada.
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For those visiting Banff, the challenge is how to get around, and how to see all the highlights – especially if you have limited time and/or you don’t have your own car.
Fortunately for people like us, there are the Brewster coach tours. Brewster has been guiding people through the Canadian Rockies ever since the Canadian Pacific Railways decided “if we can’t export the mountains, we’ll have to import the tourists.”
Denver offers some of the best beer in the West, and has even been dubbed Beertown.
Three places to go a mile high in Denver
Mile High Step in Denver. Courtesy Visit Denver.
DENVER, Colorado – In Denver you can reach a mile high elevation all over the city, but there are three designated places to enjoy the 5,280 […]
Five ways to discover a greener Denver
Bicycle tour through Denver' Washington Park. Courtesy Stan Obert for Visit Denver.
DENVER, Colorado – There is a greener Denver to explore these days, and here are five ways to find out what makes […]
Confluence Park kayakers. Courtesy Stan Obert for Visit Denver.
Hit the rapids around Denver
DENVER, Colorado – Among the many outdoor activities to do in the Denver area, kayaking might be the most unexpected of all. However, there are a few […]
The Brown Palace Hotel atrium lobby. Courtesy Visit Denver.
Denver hotels offer a good night’s rest, and then some
DENVER, Colorado – Whether you are looking for a good night’s rest in Denver, or just a fun evening out at a […]
In Denver, there are a handful of opportunities for wildlife viewing right downtown.
Dinosaur displays at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science. Courtesy O'Hara Photography for Visit Denver.
Denver’s best family places
DENVER, Colorado – Families and kids can have a lot of fun in Denver year round–inside or in the great outdoors. […]