BOULDER, CO - May, 29, 2024 - Visit Boulder is excited to announce the newly redesigned Boulder Official Visitors Guide, curated to cater to the discerning tastes of travelers seeking authentic experiences in one of Colorado’s most beloved cities.

Boulder’s landscapes, acclaimed dining options and thriving arts scene have long captured the hearts of visitors and residents. Now, the revamped visitors guide aims to point travelers to the best of the city, with lots of locals’ tips to discover the lesser-known sides of Boulder.

Featuring fresh photography, a fun and approachable voice, tons of vacation ideas and bite-sized insider tips, the guide serves as a helpful companion for any visitor or writer interested in Boulder. 

Boulder Visitors Guide Cover and Interior Spread

“There are visitors and residents who request our guide year after year, utilizing it as a tool to plan their vacations, to find new restaurants and shops and to point them to their next outdoor adventure,” said Karleen Lewis, Director of Marketing at Visit Boulder. “With this redesigned edition, we aim to give visitors a true taste of our town’s personality while amplifying local voices, encouraging responsible visitation and igniting their curiosity to delve deeper.”


Key highlights of the redesigned Boulder Official Visitors Guide include:

  • New foldout maps at the back that help visitors get the lay of the land, including Boulder’s major neighborhoods and districts, top attractions, transportation options, parking and hotels 

  • A visual representation of some of Pearl Street’s highlights 

  • Three new itineraries, including a 48-hour must-see itinerary

  • Annual festivals and events worth planning a trip around

  • What to pack and expect from the weather

  • Frequently Asked Questions and their answers (as well as Infrequently Asked Questions!)

  • Inspiring hikes with perspective-shifting features

  • Responsible travel tips for protecting Boulder’s natural resources and visiting safely

  • Map-focused guides for exploring the Boulder County Farm Trail, the Boulder Beer + Libations Trail and Scenic Drives from Boulder

  • Insider tips and recommendations from chefs, artists, students and many other locals. 

  • Digital experience: Seamlessly transition between print and digital with the interactive online version of the guide. Featuring links to additional resources and options to bookmark, share and save, the digital guide allows readers to plan directly from their devices. 

For more information or to request your latest free Boulder Official Visitors Guide, visit or you can choose to view the digital version.

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