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The Ultimate Art Gallery Experience: Best Art Galleries in Salida

Salida, Colorado’s thriving art scene, includes galleries where visitors and art lovers will be thrilled to find unique art. Inspired by Colorado’s beauty and personal connection to nature, these collections are indeed one of a kind. From pottery and paintings to photography and sculpture, there are a variety of aesthetics to choose from. Take a look at our Ultimate Art Guide to Salida, Colorado, and bring a piece of your trip home.

Perfect Summer Fly Fishing in Salida

Do you love the quiet pleasure of finding the perfect spot along rushing water, furry companion at your side, casting your line, and feeling the thrill of a strike? With lower water levels this year, fly fishing on the Arkansas River is one of the best social distancing activities to experience this summer. Even better? Be right in the middle of some amazing dry fly and dry-dropper fly fishing at our Creekside Chalets in Salida, Colorado.

Snowmobiling to Madonna Mine in an Epic Winter Adventure

There isn’t anything in the world quite the same as the invigorating fresh air and historic landscape of central Colorado. The towering mountain peaks and great yawning valleys are strewn with powdery snow and wild trees. It is quite possibly one of the most ideal places for snowmobiling in the world. You get a genuine …

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2019 Ultimate Gift Guide to Salida, Colorado.

Nestled snugly in the beautiful Arkansas Valley, near Buena Vista in Salida, Colorado, Creekside Chalets is here to make this 2019 holiday season your most memorable one yet! There is something for everyone on your list in Salida. From local art and handmade goodies to food and drink made here in the Rocky Mountains, here …

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The History & Beauty of Browns Canyon

President Obama stated that “Conservation is a truly American idea.” Like others before him, he wanted to stress the value of our public lands and waters so that future generations could appreciate and enjoy them. On Feb. 19, 2015, President Obama proclaimed Browns Canyon, a National Monument. Forever protecting the 21,586 acres of pristine canyons, …

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