Convention & Visitors Bureau
2440 Pearl Street, Boulder, CO 80302 | 303.442.2911
The best thing you can do now is stay at home. However, if you are going outside for physical exercise or to clear your head, here are some suggestions on how to do so while keeping yourself and others safe. Don't hesitate to call us (Boulder's official tourism office) if you need further information, have questions about the status of things in Boulder or need assistance: 303-442-2911.
Peace and optimism are available on 150 miles of trails in Boulder. Go for a hike on dozens of trails including these easy nature outings. Make sure to choose one that is not crowded, even if that involves additional driving or a change of plans. Here's how to get some individual exercise while still keeping yourself and others safe.
More trails are available on Boulder County lands. Here are a few ideas for less-popular places to explore:
Go mountain biking on six major trail systems. The same important reminders above apply.
Read our bird-watching guide for where to go and what to look for. The same important reminders above apply.
Go on a self-guided photo tour of Boulder. Remember to maintain six feet of space between you and others.
Find a quiet park and do some yoga.
Many Boulder restaurants are accommodating requests for curbside pickup or are waiving delivery charges. Here's a list of Boulder restaurants with curbside, to-go or delivery.
Please see the Colorado Tourism Office's page for updates.
If you have questions about things to do in Boulder, please feel free to get in touch with us.