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  • Writer's pictureJefferson Graham

Boulder: 4 Best Travel Photography Spots

The college town of Boulder is in the shadow of the big city of Denver, the 19th largest in the USA, but in a good way. A short 45 minute drive from the big city, and you enter a small town with big city features--like lots of things to do.



Boulder is one of the most photogenic cities in Colorado, and for today's post, here's looking at the four top photo spots in Denver.

  • Chautauqua Park: Home to multiple hikes to the majestic Flatiron mountains, the spread is also home to a historic dining hall and an entertainment facility. (See in the above video thumbnail.)

  • Boulder Creek: A river runs right through Boulder, across the street from the main library, suitable for swimming, tubing and kayaking during the warm months.







  • Pearl Street: The downtown collection of street performers, cafes and restaurants are situated on a street inhabited by great old buildings dating back to the late 1800s.

  • Flagstaff Summit: After Chautauqua, get in the car and drive up the hill to get a killer view of Boulder from hundreds of feet up in the air.



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