If you can predict it, that is...or just happen to be in the right place at the right time.
I live in Broomfield, < 30 miles from where that tornado occurred. I could not see it from any position in my neighborhood even when I looked for it. And you can't get across town at that time of day with any speed.
None of the non-supercell tornado indices gave any indication that such an event was possible. Landspouts are less predictable than mesocyclonic tornadoes.
I did try to get to a viewing spot from golden. Should have known better...stuck in traffic for 40 minutes. All my non storm chasing buddies were sending me tornado pics better then most I send them lol.
Was at the Hilton Garden Inn in Longmont after working all day on a project. Enjoying some Colorado things, talking on the phone in my rental car outside my hotel. Looked over and was like 'Hey that's a nice wall clou holy shit that's a tornado'
Caught the last 5 minutes. As Jeff said, traffic at that time is impossible, so I enjoyed what was left from a distance.
First colorado fully condensed tornado, highest altitude, tallest (LCL's over 10,000' means that tornado was approximately a mile tall!). Thank you Colorado, I still hate you though