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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. The Gravel Adventure Field Guide is designed to help you discover what makes us one of Colorado’s most historic and culturally diverse cities. Experience the flavor of Pueblo and explore like a local.

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Holidays in Pueblo

November and December in Pueblo is bustling with holiday shoppers and community events like the Courthouse Lighting, Parade of Lights, ElectriCritters at the Zoo, Holiday Lighting at the Riverwalk, Beulah Yule Log Festival and more.

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Gravel Locos Bike Race

Gravel Locos Pueblo is on Saturday, October 1st, 2022 & Registration Opens on Sunday, February 27th at 3:00pm CST.

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The Pueblo Classic Bike Race

A two day road race event held in Pueblo, Colorado. Held the weekend of April 23rd and 24th. It will include an out and back road race and a downtown criterium. Hosted by the City of Pueblo and the Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cycling Conference.

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The Party People and Theater of Mystery

The Party People is your one stop shop for the most memorable party in town. Magic parties, themed parties, Friday Night Magic and more. Still known as Pueblo’s BEST Birthday, we are also Southern Colorado’s only Magic Lounge. Great Drinks and Magic. Open Tuesday through Thursday, with special events on the weekends.

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Steel City Theatre Company

Steel City Theatre Company (SCTC- originally Southern Colorado Theatre Company) was founded in 2001 by a mismatched group of fervent, theatre-loving actors, directors, and educators.

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Impossible Players

Founded in 1966, the Impossible Players are Pueblo's oldest theater group. As a volunteer nonprofit organization, we strive to provide quality entertainment for our community.

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Pueblo Chile & Local Farm Stands

Pueblo chile is the most famous chile of our region, attracting chile aficionados’ attention from around the world. Its pungency ranges between 5,000 and 20,000 Scoville Heat Units, the measurement method used to rank chile heat. Pueblo chilies are comparable to moderate jalapeno peppers, and are usually a little warmer than cayenne peppers. The growing conditions in Southeastern Colorado render some of the best chile available. Hot, dry, sunny summer days, combined with our rich soils and pure Colorado water yield some of the hottest and most flavorful chilies. Watch out for the little ones – they’ve been tortured the most and are the hottest. View farm stands map

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Creative Corridor & Murals

Pueblo is home to a vibrant arts culture and features one of Colorado's Creative Corridors. The area is packed with galleries, museums, street sculpture, murals and fountains, cafés, live music, and street performers that are all ready to challenge your imagination and inspire your visit. The Creative Corridor is focused around the three historic city centers of Pueblo: Downtown Main Street, Union Avenue Historic District, and the Mesa Junction. Each retains its uniqueness, while providing an enjoyable stroll from one end to the other. View the Corridor and Public Art Map

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Pueblo Mountain Park

A great way to see the flora and fauna of Pueblo Mountain Park is to take a hike along one of the trails. There are approximately six miles of trails in the park, open to foot and horse traffic only. National Forest trails can be accessed through Pueblo Mountain Park, offering many more miles of trails. View trail map.

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