With the magnificent Rocky Mountains as its backdrop, Boulder is a city with a strong history of education, appreciation for the great outdoors, and open-minded citizens. How does one explore this truly unique Colorado town? A morning at Chautauqua Park is ideal and the best view is right from the parking lot. Finish with a drive up the Flagstaff Mountain to Panorama Point. Next stop is lunch on the Pearl Street Mall. The mall offers lots of culinary choices, street performers, along with historic buildings and homes. On your way over, take a drive through the University of Colorado campus. Afterwards, enjoy a drive up the Boulder Canyon to the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area. At 10,500 feet, you’ll park right at Brainard Lake with the Continental Divide as your Rocky Mountain backdrop. Next, visit the landmark Hotel Boulderado, for its historic architecture and fine dining in the heart of downtown. For an evening’s entertainment, check what’s happening at Boulder’s two historic theaters. There’s the art deco inspired Boulder Theater on the mall or the Fox Theater on The Hill, known for its superb live venues. Welcome to Boulder!