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As a lover of travel and the outdoors, I am always up for new adventures – be a new vacation place, a new trail, a new sport, a new food or a new treat. Variety is the spice of life, right?
The weather has been amazing this winter in Colorado allowing us venture outside even in the middle of January.
So this weekend, we headed to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge to see what it had to offer. We’ve been living in Colorado now for 5 years and I had no idea this place even existed – it’s only 10 miles from Denver and completely free!
Before we headed out for our weekend adventure, I stopped at my local Walmart and picked up a few supplies for the short trip and a special treat – the new creamy SNICKERS® Maple Almond Butter square, which is NEW at Walmart.
I don’t know about you, but I am one of those people who HAS to eat every couple hours or I get pretty hangry. To avoid that, I always have food in my bag or car for those unpleasant moments of hunger. These bite size squares are the perfect satisfying treat to have around those hangry moments.
I’ve always been a fan of SNICKERS® and these new flavors are velvety smooth and just delicious, specially for those who don’t like crunch.
Buy yours now at your local Walmart at the candy aisle.
Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge
As most places in Colorado, the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge did not disappoint. We saw so much wildlife in a short 11 miles drive! Bison, elk, deer, prairie dogs, eagles, hawks and other birds.
We also stopped at the Rattlesnake Hill Trail and Overlook to get an amazing look of the Rocky Mountains and Denver at a distance.
Before we headed home, we checked out Lake Mary and hiked around it.
There are several trails in the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge and they are really easy and flat – perfect for beginners or families. There are also several spots to picnic and benches to take a moment and appreciate the view.
I really enjoyed having the creamily smooth SNICKERS® Maple Almond Butter square during this visit to the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge. It is filled with freshly ground almond butter and covered in rich milk chocolate and caramel!
Is your mouth salivating yet? Because mine is!
We had a great time exploring the Rocky Mountain Arsenal Wildlife Refuge and can’t wait to see what else we can discover around Denver.
Have you tried the new smoothly creamy SNICKERS® maple almond butter yet?
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