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"Buying the Rockies" is a reality series on Destination America that is part of a franchise that also includes "Buying Alaska," "Buying the Bayou," "Buying Hawaii" and "Buying the Beach."

"Buying the Rockies" celebrates the romance and roughness of life atop some of America's highest altitudes. The series features home-seekers looking to leave their lowland lodging behind and move on up to a mountain-top home of their dreams.

Every episode sends potential homeowners on a rocky road trip to tour three properties. From grand log mansions built for entertaining to cozy, efficient cabins just big enough for two, each home boasts its own charm and challenges. Seclusion, stunning views, adventure sports, and life among the great outdoors are some of the interests that attract families to the Rockies, but facing life off the grid is a big decision. Mountain high or valley low, four-wheel drive is a necessity and life in the Rockies could mean giving up luxuries like electricity.

"Buying the Rockies" is produced by Paper Route Productions for Destination America with Alan LaGarde and Sumit David as executive producers. For Destination America, Fay Yu is executive producer, Marc Etkind is general manager, and Henry Schleiff is Group President, Investigation Discovery, Destination America, American Heroes Channel and Discovery Fit & Health.


Network: Destination America
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: 2014
Seasons: 1
Production Company: Paper Route Productions

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