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Buying the Rockies follows a real American family looking to leave conventional homes behind and find the log cabin of their dreams in the Rocky Mountains. In each episode, prospective buyers tour three stunning homes in the hope of finding their new dream getaway. Travel a mile up in the sky, where mountain views mingle with the clouds and the properties range from primitive cabins to million-dollar log homes with modern conveniences.
Courtney and Brian are just starting out and they want to buy a first home in the Colorado Rockies. But all they can afford is a rustic cabin where they'll be lucky if they find running water, let alone an indoor bathroom.
Jon and Mandy love to the hit the trails hiking and mountain biking, but their current home is too far from the outdoor activities they love. So, they look for a place in the small gold mining town of Black Hawk, in the heart of the Colorado Rockies.
Scott and Kim are sick of the suburbs. They're ready to head into the mountains to seek some solitude with their three sons. They tour three homes at the gateway to the Rockies, including one that looks like it flew out of a sci-fi movie.
Newly engaged couple, Frank and JoAnna, want to buy their first home together in the Rocky Mountains. She's a "city girl" from New Jersey, while he's lived in Colorado for years. Frank is used to the lifestyle but, for JoAnna, it'll be a big adjustment.
Scott "Boss" Hogg and his wife Diana are adventure seekers who decided to pack up and move from the coast of Maine to the heights of the Utah Rockies. They're addicted to the mountain lifestyle and want a rustic home, with plenty of creature comforts.
Friends of outdoor adventure guide Matt Eastman call him "Sasquatch" because he's always at home in the outdoors. But his wife Michelle prefers the indoors. They tour three homes in Park City, Utah, that bring the wilderness to their front step.
They're a Rockies Brady Bunch! Newlyweds Oney and Bobbi have combined their families and now need a place big enough for them and their six kids. This outdoorsy family searches for a log home in Island Park, Idaho, a mile high in the Rockies.
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