Northwestern Colorado is a region of the state of Colorado in the United States of America. It is a diverse area of both red rock mesas and snow capped mountain peaks, as well as the headwaters of the Colorado River.
Copper Mountain is a ski resort in Colorado. Copper Mountain, run by Powdr Corp, a Utah based company after Intrawest sold the resort in December 2009, is well-known for its naturally segregated terrain.
Gould is in the Northwestern part of the Rocky Mountains state of Colorado. Gould is best known as the epicenter for moose watching in the state, and is home to the Moose Visitor's Center in State Forest State Park.