Here are's eleven top culinary adventures in the state

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From wine tours to local restaurants, from a tasting of local brews to a food festival in the mountains, there's no shortage of culinary activities in Colorado to please your palate. On, the Colorado Tourism Office just released a sampling of the best food adventures across the state. Here's the list -- in their words. Let us know which are your favorites, or any that the CTO missed.

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New Belgium Snapshot beer

11. Beer and Bike Tours (Fort Collins)
Two things Colorado knows how to do best is biking and beer. Beer & Bike Tours offers the chance to experience both in Fort Collins, Boulder, Denver, Rocky Mountain National Park and beyond. Tours span from day tours that start at $50 to customized Colorado itineraries. Spend the day seeing fall colors, Colorado's famous passes and divides or some beautiful summer wildflowers by bicycle and end the day at Colorado's many craft breweries.

A stall from the Boulder Farmers Market

10. Boulder Bike to Farm Tours (Boulder)
Experience the local farm culture by taking a private, group or electric bike ride through Boulder with Awestruck Outdoors for a price ranging from $35 to $150. Awestruck also offers a Thursday Night Bike to Farm Tour for $39. End both tours at one of the local farms and feast on local cuisine, which might include fresh farm grown salad, dessert or if you end at Lonehawk Farm, Southern inspired fare like fried green tomatoes or fruit cobbler. For a bigger feast, which features live music, go on the Tour de Farm tour held once a month. Snowshoeing to the farms is also an option in the winter months.

Location Info


Winery at Holy Cross Abbey

3011 E. Highway 50, Cañon City, CO

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