Fresh Place Friday: Telluride, CO

There’s no place like home and this week our Colorado movers bring you the perfect home in Telluride, Colorado! If you are looking to relocate to one of the most fun-filled cities in the state of Colorado, then Telluride, CO is your go-to spot! For years, Telluride, CO has been known as the capitol of signature events for the state, boasting many fun festivals and events throughout the year. Today, we are going to highlight just a few.
While Telluride, CO is still known for its world-class skiing opportunities, no other small town offers this much to do throughout the year. There truly is an event that can fulfill all hobbies and members of the family- whether you’re an art buff, a music guru or just here to have a good time. Some of the annual events include the Mountainfilm Festival, Bluegrass Festival, the Jazz Celebration and the Telluride Film Festival. These events pay homage to some of the greatest genres around as people from all over the country come to honor the big names of film and music. A local favorite for events is the Blues & Brews festival that happens on the third weekend of September. Locals love this event because it signifies the start of fall and the changing of the leaves on trees. Not to mention, it means that ski season is fast approaching and fresh powder is on the way.
If you’re looking for a festival in Telluride, CO that boasts a bit more of an eclectic feel, check out the Imogene Pass Run or the Mushroom Festival. The Imogene Pass Run is a series of running events that takes place from Ouray, CO to Telluride, CO via the Imogene Pass. In pure Colorado fashion, this run becomes an awesome event to attend from around the world. The Mushroom Festival is exactly what it sounds like- a foray of fungal species where locals and visitors are invited to try all types of mushrooms until their heart’s content.
The festivals of Telluride, CO are just another way to set this town apart from the rest of the amazing options found across the state of Colorado. We as Colorado movers just love all the exciting events that take place in this town and are always excited to move on through.
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Fresh Place Friday: Estes Park, Colorado

This week our Colorado movers have chosen to highlight beautiful Estes Park, Colorado for our Fresh Place Friday. Estes Park, Colorado is located in Larimer County and is home to the Rocky Mountain National Park.  Estes Park, CO is not just a favorite of those who live there but of people from all over. In fact, Estes Park, CO was named the Travelers’ Choice award as the 14th best destination in the United States (the only city in Colorado to receive this recognition). Other awards include “Best Day Trip Destination,” “Top Ten Most Family Friendly Destinations in the Nation” and “#2 Outdoor and Adventure Destination in the WORLD.”
But what makes Estes Park, CO such a great stop for locals and tourists alike? Perhaps it’s the perfect combination of excitement combined with relaxation. Estes Park, CO is known for its elk watching in the Fall, the Autumn Color & Sound Show, hiking, fishing, craft shows, birding, trail rides and so much more. The best part is that Estes Park, CO is one of the top tourist destinations in the state so there are plenty of opportunities to take a tour by bike or foot, learn to ski or snowshoe or even take the half-day loop scenic drive.

What we as Colorado movers love about tourist destinations like these as the perfect choice for you relocation is that there are plenty of opportunities to learn about the history, the landscape and all that the town has to offer. Plus, economies will boom (especially in Colorado as there is hardly an “off season”) so pricing is almost always competitive.

Yet another practical option for your Colorado move, make sure you check it out!

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Fresh Place Friday: Fort Collins, CO

Ah, Fort Collins, Colorado. Easily one of the BEST places to live in the state of Colorado– well, we may be biased since Fort Collins, CO is one of two headquarters for Exodus and our team of Colorado movers. Still, Fort Collins, CO is the fourth most populated city in the state and is known for its lively atmosphere as it houses the one and only Colorado State University. If that’s not enough, Money Magazine voted Fort Collins, CO as the Best Place to Live in 2006, #2 in 2008 and #6 in 2010. Those are solid enough numbers for these Colorado movers.
Fort Collins, Colorado was originally founded in 1864 as a military outpost for the United State Army and was almost immediately settled. In 1867 the base was decommissioned while the town and its inhabitants remained. Today, the heart of Fort Collins, Colorado comes from Colorado State University, influencing everything from its college-aged population to the local music circuit. Fort Collins, CO is also home is a variety of microbreweries and festivals honoring the thriving beer culture. The Downtown Business Association hosts festivals in the Historic Downtown District each year that includes the NewWestFest that features local music, cuisine and businesses as well as The Colorado Brewer’s Festival held in June that features beers from up to 45 brewers in the state of Colorado and brings in an average of 30,000 attendees annually.
It is clear that Fort Collins, CO is really the place to be! So if you’re looking to relocate to a city full of fun, festivals and thriving culture set your sights on Fort Collins, Colorado.
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Fresh Place Friday: Steamboat Springs, CO

This week our Colorado movers are taking you to Ski Town, USA- Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Steamboat Springs (like many other Colorado cities) began as a summer resort where travelers would come to take a dip in the hot springs, enjoy hunting and fishing opportunities and take a horseback ride right in town. What Steamboat Springs, Colorado is actually most known for now is its World Class skiing facilities.

Steamboat Spring, Colorado got its name from the sound a hot spring located near the Yampa River was making. French Fur trappers heard the sound in the 1860s and began referring to the area as Steamboat. The town is rich with history- even Steamboat Springs’ main street was constructed wide enough to accommodate the cattle drives through town. The city is also home to Howelsen Hill, one of Colorado’s oldest ski areas that has remained in use since 1915. Steamboat Springs, CO proudly hosts the oldest annual winter carnival west of the Mississippi River as well. The town is so special it even received one of the first eight “Preserve American Community” designations granted by the White House. Today, Steamboat Springs, CO is a thriving rural city that offers guests and natives recreation year round along with comfortable suburban living mixed with exciting city life.

If you are looking to relocate to the city of Steamboat Springs, CO, their Chamber of Commerce has even taken the time to prepare a relocation guide to the city. Check it out:

Remember, that the easiest way to move or relocate is by working with our expert team of Colorado movers at Exodus Moving and Storage. We will go out of our way to ensure that your relocation to Steamboat Springs, Colorado goes just as smoothly as you could have hoped.

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Fresh Place Friday: Vail, Colorado

What we as Colorado movers find most interesting about the town of Vail, Colorado is that it first started as a ski resort and the established town came next…really speaks to what us Coloradoans find most important, huh?

In 1966, Vail, Colorado became an inhabited town, 4 years after the creation of the Vail Ski Resort. The Vail Ski Resort is home to some of the most invigorating and challenging snow-covered mountains Colorado has to offer, second only to Whistler Blackcomb. Vail, Colorado offers a variety of activities including tubing, skiing and Nordic tours along with a great nightlife scene like piano bars and pubs. Enjoy a trip to the spa after a long day spent on the slops or visit downtown Vail and see what the shops and local dining establishments have to offer.

If you’re looking to move to a smaller city but with an exciting everyday life, then Vail, Colorado is the perfect spot for your Colorado move. With an actual population of under 5,000, the city itself is quaint but is filled with year-round tourists coming to experience all that this world class area has to offer!

This year the Vail Ski Resort will be celebrating its 50th Anniversary! They’ve chosen to celebrate by replacing the Vista Bahn (a slower, more outdated system of mountain transportation) with a brand new gondola serving those looking to travel from Mid Vail into Vail Village. Look out for a series of concerts, festivals and events to honor this amazing Colorado city’s birthday!

Our Colorado moving team couldn’t be happier to see another great city celebrate such a milestone. We LOVE Colorado and all it has to offer. See what Exodus has to offer by “Liking” our Colorado moving Facebook page and following us on Twitter!

Fresh Place Friday: Colorado Springs, CO

In this week’s Fresh Place Friday, we want to spotlight the amazing community of Colorado Springs, CO. The true appeal of Colorado Spring, CO lies in its climate and culture. Us Colorado movers really love Colorado Springs, CO for its scenic views (Pikes Peak is what inspired the song, “America the Beautiful”) as well as its attractions. In fact, Colorado Springs, CO was first nicknamed “Little London” for its wide array of attractions including hotels, restaurants and opera houses that were not found in other parts of the state.

These days, one of the nation’s three U.S. Olympic Training Centers can be found in the city of Colorado Springs, CO where locals and tourists can come watch world-class athletes perform. Also located in our Fresh Place Friday highlight is the U.S. Air Force Academy, a one-of-a-kind, elite training academy. And if you’re looking for something to really take your breath away, one of the most famous parks in the nation, The Garden of the Gods, is found in the foothills of Pikes Peak. The Garden of the Gods is a red rock formation that has captured the attention of camera carrying citizens from all over to see these vibrant colors juxtaposed against the snow topped mountain peaks.

What has really caught the eye of our team of Colorado movers is the “Tank Full of Summer Savings” program launched by the Colorado Springs DVB. This program combines fuel-themed discounts with its member lodging properties, restaurants and attractions in order to help visitors and locals save. This is especially great for those long road hauls during our awesome Colorado moves.

So if you’re looking for a vibrant city with unique attractions, maybe you should make your Colorado move to Colorado Springs, CO!

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Fresh Place Friday: Aspen, Colorado

Aspen, Colorado is a city that is renowned for its winter sports, but it is also so much more. As Colorado movers, we believe that when relocating to a new city, you know all that it has to offer, not just the marquee highlights. So if you were looking to make your Colorado move to Aspen, CO, we’ve taken the time to lay out all that Aspen has to offer (aside from four world class mountains with a lift ticket that gains you access to each of them…cough-AWESOME-cough):


  • The West End Walking Tour allows visitors and natives to get to know Aspen and the Victorian architectural legacy left behind by the aristocrats of the 1800s. The tour is operated by the Aspen Historical Society and relates stories of the historic homes, their owners and even what’s buried beneath!
  • Get to know Aspen’s “dark side” with an evening Aspen Walking Tour that pulls back the shiny exterior and gives you a glimpse of its tarnished past. This is NOT for the faint of heart!
  • After its opening in 1889, the Wheeler Opera House was originally a part of the “Silver Circuit”, a mining era collection of venues that brought internationally renowned performers to the silver and gold mining camps and towns of Colorado’s high country.  After it burned to the ground in the late 20th century, it has since been renovated in the 40’s as well as the 80’s and is now one of Aspen’s foremost venues for performance.

Arts & Culture:

  • The Aspen Art Museum offers exhibitions of contemporary art, art workshops, lectures and tours.
  • The Aspen Santa Fe Ballet is an internationally acclaimed professional dance company which brings dance to Aspen year-round, including the summer Aspen Dance Festival.
  • The Jazz Aspen Snowmass is an internationally recognized summer-long series of musical performances and diverse education programs dedicated to the preservation and performance of Jazz and World music.  

For the Kids:

  • THE AJAX Adventure Camp offers kids and teens the ultimate Aspen summer camp with exciting day camp activities & overnight excursions. Based out of the Aspen Middle School, the day camp operations run from 9:00 – 5:00.
  • The Red Brick Recreation Center is 100% pure fun. It includes day camps, baseball, rock climbing, gymnastics, adult sports, events, aerobics, intramurals, birthday parties, and more!


  • Horseback riding was originally how people got around Aspen, now you can take a tour of the city on horseback just like in the 1800’s.
  • Several world class spas and health clubs are located in Aspen, CO and are a great way to relax after a day spent on the slopes. Enjoy massages, hot tubs or a yoga class.
  • Check out Blazing Adventures for some great rafting options in the Aspen, CO area.
  • There’s nothing like playing a few rounds of golf on our perfectly manicured greens while surrounded by the majestic mountains. Nothing can beat it.

Take it from us, your local Colorado movers, Aspen, Colorado is one of the most exciting, historic and family oriented places to live. So if you’re planning a Colorado move, consider Aspen, Colorado to call home.

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Fresh Place Friday: Beaver Creek, Colorado

Beaver Creek is one of the youngest cities in Colorado as it was settled in 1951. What makes this city so unique is the Beaver Creek Resort. This resort truly is the focal point of Beaver Creek, Colorado. Referred to as “The Tiffany’s of Ski Resorts” by Governor Richard Lamb, Beaver Creek Resort is the product of the ’76 Olympic Games. When Colorado was in the bidding process to host the 1976 Winter Olympic Games, the resort was built as a part of its deal. Aside from the resort being the first ever to be planned using 3-D computer modeling, Beaver Creek is a unique getaway for any group.

With the goal set that Beaver Creek Resort would be the perfect balance between architecture and natural landscape, construction was underway. Now, the resort is a hidden gem, tucked away by the mountains to create an intimate setting. Visitors travel from all over the world to experience the serenity, adventure and feeling of togetherness that is boasted by this world renowned resort. Beaver Creek is no stranger to accolades and awards for service, safety standards, food and environmental efforts. The design of the resort actually made sure that vehicles were offered limited space in order to preserve the natural ski trails and mountain settings.

Outside the Beaver Creek Resort there is a whole town full of beautiful scenery and landscape. While you’re here, make sure you check out the paragliding tours that offer an exciting way to tour the city. The Beaver Creek Chapel is also a must-see with its iconic steeple and stone bell. Finally, head over to the Beaver Creek Stables and check out all this quaint town has to offer on horseback!

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Fresh Place Friday- Sterling, Colorado

Sterling, Colorado owes its start to the Union Pacific Railroad. In 1881 when the railroad was announced to stretch from Julesburg, Colorado to La Salle, Colorado, it was only a matter of time before infrastructure was formed, a hotel was built and a county mayor was elected. Today, while we appreciate the railway, this Colorado moving company goes the old fashion way and take to the road.

One of the best reasons to travel to Sterling, Colorado (aside from its rich history) is for recreation. On top of the options to camp, fish, golf and hunt, Sterling, Colorado is also the proud home of North Sterling State Park. This state park sits on a man-made lake that is fed by waters flowing from the South Platte River. The park has over 150 modern camping areas, picnicking sites and three boat ramps for those looking to take to the water. If you’re choosing to travel Sterling, Colorado and the North Sterling State Park by water, know that it is particularly famous for its outstanding boating, waterskiing, swimming and fishing.

Another recreational activity you need to check out while in Sterling, Colorado is The Overland Trail Museum that can be found off I-76. This facility is filled with an array of eclectic historical items in its main building and a restored, one-room schoolhouse along with other historic buildings outback. The main building is unique because it’s been made to resemble a fort and is very fun for families with children.  Admission is only $3, plus there are picnic grounds, so you can pack a snack and make a day of it!

If you’re looking for free activities, check out the adjacent Overland Trail Recreation Area that offers visitors a 5-acre fishing pond, biking trails, fishing, grills, walking paths and a fishing pier- Mother Nature’s free gift to resident Coloradoans.

Finally, make sure that if you’re stopping by Sterling, Colorado (or moving into the area) that you check out the annual Logan County Fair hosted by the city. This autumn fair has an old-timey feel with its baking competitions, musical performances, carnival rides, demolition derby (oh yea!), a rodeo, 4-H animal shows and, of course, the annual Sugar Beet Days Harvest Festival. You just can’t beat it.

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Fresh Place Friday: Durango, Colorado

Durango is a beautiful and unique city of Colorado. At an elevation of 6,512 feet above sea level, Durango, Colorado boasts the perfect four-season climate with limited rain and a multitude of sunshine. Located in one of the most scenic parts of the Four Corners region, Durango, Colorado is filled with peaks and valleys, groves of trees and forests and majestic cliffs of purple and crimson rock. With moderate temperatures year-round and a combination of the San Juan Mountains and various rivers, Durango, Colorado is in the perfect location for a myriad of outdoor activities.

Durango, Colorado is home to diverse range of things to do like visit museums, art galleries, history tours, unbeatable outdoor excursions and so much more. The downtown area offers a historic aspect with a balanced blend of shopping, arts, music, festivals and pubs. Concert halls provide guests and natives alike with performances by world renown artists and musical groups, the Children’s Museum offers family fun and education and local parks deliver exercise and play.  One of the coolest things to do in Durango, Colorado during Christmas is to take a ride on the Polar Express in PJ’s a cup of hot chocolate.  Voted as one of the top Christmas towns in the United States by HGTV, Durango, Colorado is a top destination for the winter season.

There’s much to do even after you wander away from the street of Downtown Durango, Colorado. Outdoor adventures are incomparable in this fantastic town. ATV tours, jeep excursions, hiking, snowboarding and skiing can be found in the San Juan Mountains and fishing, white water rafting and boating in any of the tributaries that flow through the city. Take it from us – Durango, Colorado is nothing short of breath-taking.

If you’re looking for a diverse region with rich history, a quaint historic charm with a bustling peak season, look no further than moving to Durango, Colorado.

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