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Explore our small town vibes under big open skies

Picture this: 300 days of sunshine each year, a climate that's always playing it cool, and Pueblo becomes the ultimate spot to live your best life! We're not just any city in Colorado—we're a historic and diverse place that keeps it spicy with our unique Pueblo Chile and enticing experiences around every corner. From outdoor adventures that'll make your heart race to a dining scene that's a flavor fiesta, plus being one of the lucky 12 with a state-designated creative arts district, Pueblo is Colorado adventure at its best! 
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From the Adventure Logs

Join these guest travel writers as they share the wonders of Pueblo, Colorado, and unveil the hidden treasures that make this city a true gem along the front range.

Inspiration For Your Trip

Things to do and see in Pueblo 

Explore all the things to do in Pueblo.
Enjoy the great outdoors, grab a snack, and enjoy the sunset while sipping a local brew. 
The Pueblo Chile is the most famous chile of our region, attracting chile aficionados’ attention from around the world. 
Experience the flavor of Pueblo's unique cuisine and produce. Packed with cultural influences, tradition and so much more. 

Explore the Creative Side of Pueblo

There’s plenty to explore in Pueblo’s Creative Corridor. Art. Music. Dance. Over an easily navigated area, the Corridor is packed with galleries, museums, street sculptures and fountains, cafés, cozy shops and live music—all ready to challenge your imagination and inspire your visit.
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2024 Events in Pueblo

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What's happening right now

Spring in Southern Colorado bursts with the same beloved outdoor activities we’re famous for year-round. Tee off for a round of golf, explore our trails, and more – they’re all perfect for the adventure seeker during Pueblo’s gentle spring days. And when the evening cools down, take in a show at a local gallery, be amazed by off-Broadway performances, enjoy a cup of Pueblo Chile infused coffee, or browse the charming shops along the Historic Union Avenue District. A multitude of springtime activities are ready for you in Pueblo!
CO Creative Industries Annual Summit May 8-9↗︎Annual Mother's Day Tea at the Abriendo Inn: May 11↗︎You Should Have Seen It: Pueblo's Mineral Palace - El Pueblo History Museum ↗︎Afternoon Matinee at Rosemount Carriage House: May 19 ↗︎Pueblo Levee Walk: June 8↗︎Seasame Street Live at Pueblo Memorial Hall: June 28↗︎Tracey Lawrence: September 26↗︎See What's on this Spring in Pueblo ↗︎View More Pueblo Events↗︎View More Pueblo Events on Facebook↗︎

Pueblo by the Seasons

  • Winter In Pueblo

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  • Spring & Summer in Pueblo

    The warmer months in Pueblo means legendary sunsets with plenty of outdoor activities like biking, hiking, boating, fishing, golfing, rafting, rock climbing and exploring San Isabel National Forest. Savor delicious local cuisine along the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk, explore our region's extensive farmer's markets and live it up at our outdoor music festivals and activities for the entire family. 

  • Autumn in Pueblo

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Explore Pueblo's Great Outdoor Adventures

Grab a bike, jump on a paddleboard or scale the nearest cliff with the mountains rising around you. Pueblo is bursting with Colorado adventure all year long. Check out the burst videos below for a taste of Pueblo’s outdoor activities.
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Scale the nearest peak
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Relax with a pedal ride on the Arkansas River
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Stretch and find your zen on a paddleboard
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Gravel Cycling

Pueblo's 700+ miles of dirt roads access a wide variety of terrain to explore. From the Wet Mountains of western Pueblo County to the fertile eastern canyons and plains of the Arkansas River Valley, there’s a variety of landscape to see. 

Gravel Adventure Field Guide

The intent of the Gravel Adventure Field Guide is to provide gravel cyclists with a reliable resource for exploring the off-the-beaten-path gravel roads of Pueblo County. The mountains and plains here will challenge and inspire you to see Pueblo’s small-town vibes under open skies. This guidebook is designed to help you discover what makes us one of Colorado’s most historic and culturally diverse cities. 

2023 Gravel Locos Pueblo Race Sept 30th

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