We're thinking about a two-week summer driving trip to Colorado, and although we've been there before (about 10 years ago) the details are fuzzy. We'd like to start the trip in Denver for a few days, followed by a couple of nights near Rocky Mountain National Park. That's all well and good, but what we do after that is entirely up to the members of this forum. Please make some suggestions for places in Colorado to visit. Draw upon your own experiences (according to the guidebooks, everything is "fabulous", "amazing" and "breathtaking"), and point us toward locations that are: 1) Family friendly (kids aged 6 and 8) 2) Scenic 3) Interesting And most importantly: 4) Steer us away from the duds, tourist traps and overrated waysides. Is Aspen the bomb? Is Winter Park a dead zone in summer? Is Vail overrated? Is the Coors factory tour a snooze? Can our old minivan make it all the way up Pikes Peak? What are the CAN'T MISS destinations in Colorado? Thanks in advance for your good advice!