Guide to Evergreen

When Evergreen was established in the mid-1800s, its spruce and pine trees were so abundant, you couldn't even get a horse between them. Lumber, hence, became the town's main contribution to the region. The town, located 30 miles west of Denver on I-70, has since become less woodsy, and has established itself as a well-to-do community. Evergreen has long held onto a unique set of claims to fame, including lush resorts visited by the likes of Greta Garbo and Teddy Roosevelt, a rich arts & music scene, and a great selection of fine dining restaurants. Evergreen has also held its own jazz festival at the end of July–a festival that's lauded as being the "best jazz festival around." More

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