COVER FEATURE: Gold Rush 2016: Living color, living history

Colorado Gold Rush Colorado faithfully preserves its steam-driven trains to grant passengers access to world-class autumn scenery unavailable by car. Read More »

FEATURED EVENT:

A TASTE OF COLORADO

Sep. 2–5
11:30 a.m. –8 p.m.

Downtown, Denver
More than 500,000 people make this 4-day festival their Labor Day Weekend celebration , enjoying offerings from area food establishments, marketplace artisans and vendors, and live entertainment— all for no admission. Read More »

ENCOMPASS ARTICLES SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016

Autumn drives
Autumn road trips: Four base camps

These autumn drives take you to some of the best aspen views that Colorado offers. Read More »

Approved Auto Repair
That dreaded check engine light

Experience the dilemma of a common automotive problem and the peace of mind that comes with a trustworthy repair shop. Read More »

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Colorado First: Charming Old Towns, Part II

EnCompass published Part I of its Charming Old Towns series in the May–June 2015 edition. Part II takes you to the old-town districts of Crested Butte, Durango, Georgetown, Grand Lake, Manitou Springs, and Steamboat Springs. Read More »

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Online Feature: All in the family

A century ago, sisters Augusta and Adeline Van Buren visited Seven Falls in 1916. One hundred years later, their great-grandniece, joined her mother and her father, grandnephew of the Van Buren sisters, on a cross-country centennial tribute ride. Read More »

Editor’s Note
READ SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016 ISSUE ONLINE: EDITOR’S NOTE

All aboard! Take a trip with EnCompass this issue and discover some of Colorado’s best autumn colors by train and by car. Plus, read about what makes these other Colorado old towns so charming. Read More »