Who doesn’t love a summer road trip? Hitting the road and checking out fun summer activities in our mountain towns is one of our favorite summer past times. Here are some Colorado Summer Mountain Festivals Worth The Drive. From the “Mike The Headless Chicken Festival” in Fruita, one of Colorado’s most unique festivals, to “Boom Days” in Leadville, Colorado has a variety of fun, off the wall festivals for you to enjoy. Colorado Festival Season is here so hop in the car and head west young man, adventure and fun awaits. Festival costs range from many being entirely free to weekend passes that can reach $225 for the Jazz Aspen Snowmass. From the vivid colors of the Steamboat Springs Hot Air Balloon Rodeo in July to the rough and tough Cattlemen’s Days Rodeo in Gunnison, you’re sure to find a festival worth embarking on a weekend road trip for. So round up your road trip buddies, hop in the car and check out these 11 underrated, unique and quirky Colorado Summer Mountain Festivals Worth The Drive. You’ll be happy you did! And for those who want to stick closer to home, we have plenty of summer mountain festivals right here in the Gunnison Valley. From the Gunnison River Festival to Crested Butte’s 4th of July activities, there is plenty to do right here in the Gunnison & Crested Butte Valley.
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