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Jigsaw Ranch

Aspen, Colorado

An outdoorsman’s paradise, Aspen Mountain greets skiers and snowboarders alike with adrenalin-packed steeps, bumps and incredible views like this. And if you’ve got a little pocket change, homes like Jigsaw Ranch, pictured here, can be all yours. Asking price: a cool $48 million.


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Pioneers Museum

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