285 Gold Rush Hot Deals available for you now through October 15!

15 Sep 2020 20:48 #1 by coniferchambercommerce
There's GOLD in these hills! Discover the beauty of the area during the 2020 GOLD RUSH. View the spectacular gold leaves and save money with golden hot deals from local businesses. Offers are available from September 15 - October 15, 2020. Click on the business name for full details or click HERE to be directed to our Hot Deals web-page.

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Aspen Peak Cellars - $5 Sangria ($3 off) when mentioning '285 Tourism'

Barks to Bubbles Grooming - Mention 'Gold Rush' while booking an appointment from 9/15 - 10/15/20 and receive $5 off your first appointment OR a free deep coat conditioning. Get your dog groomed while you explore the beautiful colors of Conifer, Pine and Bailey!

The Bean & The Leaf - 10% off your purchase over $25 when mentioning 'Gold Rush video'; one time per customer. Or One free ounce of tea (makes 5-8 cups) of your choice with a minimum purchase of $20 when mentioning the 285 Gold Rush promotion.

Bears Inn B&B - 10% off your stay, Sunday through Thursday.

Blue Spruce Habitat for Humanity ReStore - 10% off of the daily special

Castles & Kitchens - $2.85 off of a Personal Chef online dinner

Conifer Physical Therapy - FREE Physical Therapy Assessment

Conifer Radio - FREE "Shout-Out" for your business or organization on Conifer Radio

Crow Hill Insurance - Contact us for all of your insurance needs

Debeeze Honey - All Wildflower Honey offered at the bulk rate (no jar required), plus 10% off of your entire purchase

Denver Amramp - One FREE grab bar installed in your home/business with a ramp rental.

Elk Creek Music Studio - $10 off first music lesson

The Finicky Fox - 20% off entire in-store purchase. Also enter to win a $100 gift certificate and prizes just for stopping in! One entry per visit; prizes to be drawn at the end of the Gold Rush campaign.

Intermountain Humane Society Thrift Store - Bag of Books for $1.00; 50% off all office and school supplies

Jodi Dolph @ Keller Williams Foothills Realty LLC - FREE professional home cleaning at close of home sale/purchase with any new listing or buyers contract in September or October 2020.

Judith Repp Architects - Initial architectural consultation and pre-design feasibility report for $125 (std price $600)

Knit Knook Coffee and Yarn Place LLC - Mention "Gold Rush" and get 10% off regular priced yarn, notions and gifts.

Little Britches Boutique - Additional 10% off your entire purchase

Los 3 Garcias Mexican Restaurant - House margarita for $5

Mad Jacks Mountain Brewery - Celebrating Oktoberfest on September 26 & 27

Mountain Glow Skin Care - 10% off any service $85 or more

My Mountain Town - Purchase the diamond level or webcam sponsorship package and MyMountain Town will pay to boost your ad on their Facebook page to their 12,000 followers!

River Canyon Gallery - FREE cider and cookies for all customers. Enter to win an original framed photograph worth $185 with a minimum purchase of $20.

Rocky Mountain Wraps - FREE bag of chips with the purchase of a wrap and a drink

Rustic Station - Basket of Onion Rings & 2 drafts of Coors Light or Bud Light for $13; Happy Hour (3-6 pm) for $9. Also offering Gold Rush Specialty Cocktails: Green Apple Whiskey Hot Cider and Bourbon Pumpkin Smash

Taspen's Organics - 30% off when mentioning "Gold Rush"

The Sasquatch Outpost - Gold Rush sale on stickers and T-shirts

Southern Lilies Florist - $25 bouquet of fresh flowers

Success4Life Learning Center, Inc. - 2 for 1 tutoring sessions

The UPS Store - 20% off any new print job

:treble: :drummer: Entertainment :musicians:
Enjoy foothills entertainment while leaf peeping and visiting local businesses for Hot Deals:

Aspen Peak Cellars Winery:
September Rockin' Rapids Lineup: All shows 2-5pm:
September 19: Mint Edition Band
September 20: Melanie Fernandi
September 26: The Bucktones
September 27: Pat & Roger

Brooks Place Tavern:
September 12th: Sean Owens & Joe Waters playing from 1-5pm. There will be many food & drink specials and lots of giveaways from vendors.
September 19th: David Booker will be playing from 1-4pm
September 26th: Brian Parton will be playing from 1-4pm

Mad Jacks:
September 26 and 27: Live Music with Alpine Band. Enjoy brats & pretzels with Mad Jacks' award winning Oktoberfest beer!

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23 Sep 2020 10:52 #2 by Mountain-News-Events
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“Leaf Peeping” season in Colorado is on; please peep responsibly


The official start of Autumn brings all of the excitement of Colorado's leaf-peeping gold rush. Plan ahead to Care for Colorado, Leave No Trace and ensure you're peeping responsibly.

DENVER - As fall officially begins and the aspens start putting on a spectacular show, Colorado’s “leaf peeping” season also kicks into high gear. While the stunning display is worthy of the annual crowds drawn to some of the state’s most scenic trails, Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds those on the search for the state’s specific autumn gold to keep trail etiquette and caring for Colorado top of mind.

“It’s one of the busiest times of year at our park, as we head into peak ‘Peeping Season,’” said Todd Farrow, Park Manager at Golden Gate Canyon State Park. “We ask that people plan ahead, be patient and understand that some parking areas will fill up quickly and that you may need to find another spot to explore.”

When heading out to the vast outdoors to find the perfect view of colorful Colorado, it’s important to note that many of the Care for Colorado principles apply before you make the drive.

Know Before You Go - Spend some time planning your trip and avoid any potential disappointment. Think about the following questions and do some research before heading out to our parks and trails.

Are the colors at their prime?

Where is the best spot for your abilities and available timeframes for viewing?

Will you need a daily vehicle pass or permit?

If the parking area is full, move on to the next designated parking area.

Ensure you’ve downloaded the Colorado Trail Explorer (COTREX) app to find a great Plan B if you need one!

Stick To Trails - While it’s tempting to find a new and unique spot to photograph, or to move to areas with a few less people, it’s important for our plants, trails and visitors that you stay the trail.

Help natural areas stay natural by sticking to designated trails.

Respect trails closed for maintenance, vegetation projects or wildlife reasons. We all love our flora and fauna, so keep them healthy for your family’s future hikes!

Don’t be tempted to take shortcuts - that extra time in nature is what you are there to enjoy.

Trash Your Trash - If you’ll be spending time wandering through Colorado’s colors, you’re likely to need a drink, a snack or to tend to your pet’s needs.

Don’t bring anything with you that you can’t pack out.

Peeping for color doesn’t include wrappers or bottles along the trail. Put litter, dog waste, and even crumbs, peels and cores in the nearest waste/recycling bin - or pack it out until you can find one.

Bring an extra bag or two to help leave the area better than you found it.

Leave It As You Find It - In this busy season, it’s especially important to only park in designated areas - undesignated parking destroys vegetation and encourages those coming up behind you to continue the trend. With over 40,000 miles of trails in Colorado, you can be sure to find the right spot by planning ahead.

Leave plants, rocks and historical items as you find them so others can experience the same joy of discovery.
Carving or hacking plants and trees may kill or disfigure them, and also impacts the experiences of your fellow hikers and leaf peepers for years to come!

Keep Wildlife Wild - While you may be hoping to spot the perfect cascade of yellow aspens, part of your experience may include seeing wildlife in their homes.

Enjoy the moment by keeping your distance, using your zoom and letting our wildlife be wild!

Never feed wild animals - from the smallest chipmunk to the largest bear, feeding them human food alters natural behaviors and can make them sick or dependent.

Harassing wild animals may also increase the chance of a poor interaction including charges or attacks, feeding wildlife may expose animals to predators, and either case may even lead to euthanasia.

Share Our Trails and Parks - Please be courteous and patient when on your journey! This is one of the busiest times of the year on our trails, so please be patient with other visitors and the staff working to help everyone have a great experience outdoors.

You’re out to mine gold, not to people watch, so try out some new or lesser-known paths and sites found on the COTREX app.

Be considerate when passing others on the trails and yield to the uphill hiker and biker – they need the momentum and good etiquette is always in season.

Remember to bring face coverings and hand sanitizer, and try to move to single file or take your time to leave 6’ of space between hikers if possible.

“We want everyone to have a great time experiencing the colors and the natural resources our whole state has to offer,” said Farrow. “No matter where you plan to peep, be respectful of those resources, the staff helping you have a great experience, and your fellow recreationists out searching for Colorado gold.”

For additional tips on planning for fall’s color changes in Colorado, visit cpw.state.co.us.
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25 Sep 2020 09:53 #3 by coniferchambercommerce
It will be a beautiful, and busy weekend for leaf peeping along the 285 Corridor!

Thank you to our partner, Macaroni Kid Evergreen, Bailey, Conifer for putting together the interactive leaf peeping map and guide. Click HERE for insider tips, leaf peeping locations and for gold rush hot deals.


To view the full interactive map on Google, click HERE

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