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Try getting hold of Featuresforfeet. He posts on here from time to time & has climbed in & around Ouray.
Silverton, which is an hours drive south from Ouray has excellent longer routes (Stairway to heaven, whorehouse hoses) - you will need a car. The problem with Feb is the higher avalanch risk though - you should check before you go over there.
I'd stay in Ouray because you can climb there whatever the conditions and because of the thermal baths.
I'd totally recommend Stairway to Heaven at Silverton, maybe a day at Vail (more expensive accomodation), especially if you're travelling via Denver.
Don't miss Bridal Veil Fallls if you can get away with climbing it without being sued.
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