The “Boulder Hippy Movement” refers to the countercultural movement of the 1960s and 1970s in Boulder, Colorado, which was centered around alternative lifestyles, political activism, and experimentation with drugs. Boulder, Colorado, was an attractive destination for young people looking to get away from mainstream culture and embrace a more unconventional lifestyle. The University of Colorado, located in Boulder, was a magnet for liberal and progressive students, and the area had a vibrant arts and music scene. Additionally, the beauty of the surrounding Rocky Mountains, as well as... Read More