Rich Grant is a freelance travel writer in Denver, Colorado, and an active member of the SATW and NATJA. He is co-author with Irene Rawlings of "100 Things to Do in Denver Before You Die," published by Reedy Press. Originally from New York, he was at Woodstock in 1969, before moving West as a ponytailed, pot-smoking hippie driving a VW bug.Today he is pretty much the same, but driving an old Honda CRV. Some of his early stories appear on his blog, WalkingAndDrinkingBeer.com.
Colorado Highs: Sure, you know one way, but here are a half a dozen great places to gain altitude in the Centennial State, from the Great sand dunes to Telluride’s gondola, to the long drive up Mount Evans.