By Sandra Bornstein (MEdu'05)
(Reedy Press, 160 pages; 2022)
Nestled at the base of Colorado’s signature mountains, pedestrian-friendly Boulder is consistently singled out for its quality of life, abundance of outdoor adventures, and award-winning chefs. With a plethora of amazing places to experience, 100 Things to Do in Boulder Before You Die offers an easy way to pinpoint your best options in this sunny, high-altitude college town.
Boulder is the ideal place to explore more than 100 miles of county trails, float above the valley in a hot air balloon, or learn to paddleboard at the Boulder Reservoir. History buffs can learn about Boulder at the Museum of Boulder, while science-oriented visitors will be inspired by atmospheric research tours or a Fiske Planetarium show. Day trips outside Boulder are included in the book for outdoor adventures in the beautiful surrounding mountains and canyons.
Colorado-based travel writer Sandra Bornstein opens the door to your Boulder adventure. Consider her your personal tour guide to the food, drink, entertainment, culture and history of her home state along with itineraries to help you plan your next trip to Boulder.