Putting together a Sight-Seeing List for Boulder, Colorado is like shooting fish in a barrel. With the Rocky Mountains as a backdrop, the towering Flatirons, and Boulder Canyon offering its depth and rocky twists there's is so much to see and experience in this town that a visitor could get very quickly overwhelmed.
Luckily, we've narrowed it down for you from the artsy venues to the downright breathtaking natural sights.
Start with Chautauqua Park, where you can hike, rock-climb and just generally take pictures 'til your heart's content. Green Mountain is easily accessed for an awe-inspiring day hike and the Flatirons taunt those who seek the high places.
If you're not the outdoorsy type but still wanna experience places that are aesthetically pleasing and interesting, the Boulder County Farmer's market offers the tastes of Colorado while the Boulder History Museum invites you to learn about how the area was established.
For those who love music and the outdoors, Red Rocks Amphitheater is a world-class music venue where you can rock out, run the stairs for exercise (if you dare) and gaze at the lights of Denver in the distance.
With so much to do and see in Boulder, make sure your camera is charged and your friends have been warned that your Facebook feed is gonna be exploding with jealousy-invoking images.