Pearl Street Mall
The historic downtown area of Pearl Street is the heart of Boulder. The outdoor pedestrian mall, lined with shops, restaurants, and galleries, is a great place to spend a couple hours strolling and shopping. Check out Peppercorn—it's a chef's paradise!
Boulder Brew Tour
Boulder is home to more than 20 craft breweries as well as the national Brewers Association. With so many innovative breweries and beverages to try, you could spend an entire day (or two!) getting your fill.
A five-minute drive from our offices, Chautauqua is a national historic landmark, providing a summer arts community, park, music venue, restaurant, and some of the best hiking in Boulder through the majestic Flatirons.
Boulder Farmers' Market
The Boulder Farmers' Market is the perfect place to start a Saturday (open from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.) or end a Wednesday (open from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.). Enjoy samples from local farms and artisans, or enjoy a meal from delicious food trucks. Hours and days vary by season: check farmer’s market website for the most up to date information.
Enchanted Mesa Trail
(easy) 2.5 miles
(moderate) 3.1 miles
(strenuous) 3.2 miles
(strenuous) 7.6 miles
Boulder Creek Bike Path
There's no better way to get a glimpse of beautiful Boulder than with a bike, walk, jog, or blade along the 5.5-mile path that runs through the plains, the town, and the mountains.
The Rayback is a foodpark. A bar. A backyard party. A collective of all things Colorado. With more than 30 taps on deck and a rotating set of some of the area’s most beloved food trucks, a trip to the Rayback won’t soon be forgotten.
Located just off Pearl Street, the Boulder Theater truly is an iconic, all-around entertainment venue: live music of all genres, film, comedy, spoken word, local Tedx talks, and more.