First, Colorado Springs and Denver are on the same spot beam, so techinically Denver TV statiosn can be sent to Teller County.
Now comes the fun part. Summit and Park Counties, are just north of Teller County and are in the Denver DMA, but Teller County is in the Colorado Springs DMA. All three counties are in the mountains which play havoc with receiving any signals via an antenna.
For those who don't live in Colorado. What is interesting about Colorado is, that most everything east of Denver, mostly north of I-70/US24, except close to the Wyoming, Nebraska and Kansas line are in the Denver DMA. The Denver DMA goes into mountains as far west as Vail, or maybe Aspen. Colorado Springs/Pueblo cover the east of about Aspen/Vail, south and east of what Denver covers, except neat New Mexico and Oklahoma and Kansas. All does with trasnlators, over the air, and what clable/satellite choos eto show. West of Apsen Vail, is handled by Grand Junction.
In other words, one can get Denver locals (satellite or cable) over 100 miles from Denver, Colorado Springs or Grand Junction depending on where you live.
Now the fun part. To get Denver locals, you will have to ask for a waiver from all the Colorado Springs stations for permission to receive the Denver channels. Then you have to convince DirecTV that you are in a frequenly viewed area. The problem here is there are mountain peaks between you and Lookout Mountain, near Golden, which block any signals from Denver. What helps here, TV signals, from Colorado Springs, are blocked by Pikes Peak. Teller County is in a "white zone". You either get Tv signals froma trasnlator, via cable or satellite. Problem here, there is no guarantee that you will get Denver locals, under this method.
You do have another option, even harder, try to get distant network signals. This two requires a waiver and make you jump through hoops.
Why the hassle? The Satellite Home Viewers Act, Congress, the TV Stations themselves and the NAB.
I wish you luck. Of course there is always moving to Breckenridge.