Another chance to vote for Glenwood |

Another chance to vote for Glenwood

Colorado boasts dozens of towns with vibrant outdoor scenes and access to world-class adventure. Through Sept. 30, Elevate Outdoors voters will select their favorites. Three will be labeled “Top Adventure Towns.”

Forty-eight mountain biking meccas, whitewater oases, climbing paradises and hiking nirvanas are in the running.

Glenwood Springs is in the large town category — population 9,000 and up — pitted against Denver, Evergreen, Alamosa, Pueblo, Canon City, Boulder, Colorado Springs, Golden, Grand Junction, Fruita, Loveland, Steamboat Springs, Durango, Montrose and Fort Collins.

The first round of voting runs through Sept. 3. Subsequent rounds of voting will conclude Sept. 30, and the three winning towns will be featured in the November issue of Elevation Outdoors Magazine.

“Vote for your favorite adventure towns at

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