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102 Water St

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Redcliff, CO 81649

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655 Main St

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Carbondale, CO 81623

201 Centennial Dr

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Glenwood Spgs, CO 81601

1300 N Frontage Rd W

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Vail, CO 81657

105 Edwards Village Blvd

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Edwards, CO 81632

110 Main St

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Collbran, CO 81624

110 Main St

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Parachute, CO 81624

102 Water St

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Redcliff, CO 81649

53169 Ke Rd

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Molina, CO 81646

365 6 Th St

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Meeker, CO 81641

49012 Ke Rd

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Mesa, CO 81643

100 Oakridge Ct

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Gypsum, CO 81637

116 Lyon Blvd

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Silt, CO 81652

016 Kearns Rd

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Snowmass Village, CO 81615

104 S Birch Ave

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Rangely, CO 81648

7909 Upper River Rd

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Woody Creek, CO 81656

525 Aspen Ave

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Rifle, CO 81650

17436 S Highway 13

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Hamilton, CO 81638

22971 Frying Pan Rd

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Meredith, CO 81642

28000 Highway 6

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Wolcott, CO 81655

215 S Monarch St

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Aspen, CO 81611

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Red Cliff (sometimes spelled Redcliff) is a statutory town in Eagle County, Colorado, United States. The population was 267 at the 2010 census. The town is a former mining camp situated in the canyon of the upper Eagle River just off U.S. Highway 24 north of Tennessee Pass. The town site is concealed below the highway (which passes over the Red Cliff Truss Bridge) and is accessible by a side road leading to Shrine Pass in the Sawatch Range. It was founded in 1879 during the Colorado Silver Boom by miners from Leadville who came over Tennessee Pass scouting for better prospects. The name derives from the red quartzite cliffs surrounding the town. As the first community in the Eagle Valley, it served temporarily as the first county seat of Eagle County (formed out of Summit County in 1883) until the relocation of the county seat to Eagle in 1921. The town consists of a cluster of older homes and converted trailers on the flanks of the canyon around the river, as well as a post office, a historic church and older wooden structures along the main street of the town. Several of the older structures have been converted in recent years into modern businesses, including a restaurant. The town is located within easy driving distance of nearby ski areas, and the revival of the town has given rise to a new inn housed in one of the downtown structures. In winter, the town serves as a popular access point to Shrine Pass for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. In recent years, a car shuttle has operated between the town and nearby Vail, allowing visitors to Vail easy access to the pass. In 2008, the town of Minturn annexed around 4,000 acres (16 km2) for a proposed Battle Mountain Resort, which also included the abandoned mining town of Gilman. With the expansion, Minturn is now Red Cliff's immediate neighbor to the north.

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