Find the Maroon Bells and the Sangre De Cristos. Finally, least three days and two nights at the Sand Dunes near Alamosa. (I like the cabins at the KOA near the park entrance, but you can camp inside the park itself.) I love putting that part of the trip last, and watching the sun rise and sun set over the dunes is among the most peaceful experiences I've ever had. The mountains are their own appeal, of course, but each place you stay has its own beauty. If you don't want to rough it for the whole trip, spend a night or two in Dillon and Silverton. There is a little hotel there in Silverton that was a stage stop. I haven't stayed there in about ten years, but it was quaint and pleasant. That area has the scenery and diversions of Breckenridge and Aspen, but not the same snob factor, so I like Summit County better. I could spend an entire summer in Colorado and not spend two nights in the same place, and still have a wonderfult variety of places left to visit the NEXT year!Walking in it barefoot is truly a wonderful experience. It feels like no other sand I've ever walked on. Clearwater has a couple of really cool tourist destinations. There is a ride on a Pirate ship, a super fast ride on a huge speed boat, para-sailing along the beaches, or metal detecting on some of the cleanest beaches in the world. Every bit of the beach is designed with the beach using public in mind. There are plenty of places to eat and sleep along the entire beach, and further along the coast there are some small beaches that have very small crowds. This is a place where you can truly relax and forget about doing anything more physical than lying down on a chaise lounge while soaking up some rays. If you feel like using some muscles, then you can comb the beaches for some beautiful sea shells and sand dollars. I would recommend Clearwater Beach to anyone as a great destination.