Get ready to indulge in nature as you travel to Colorado, home to the highest peaks of the Rockies. From the youthful and cosmopolitan feel of downtown Denver, to the natural splendor of the Rocky Mountains and their surrounding ski resorts and sparsely populated prairies with their picturesque hills and canyons, a visit to Colorado Travel Guide offers the opportunity to admire a diverse natural landscape while completely sacrificing urban amenities.
Ever since Colorado legalized recreational marijuana use, Centennial State has attracted a new, noticeably quieter type of traveler – especially to Denver, giving a whole new meaning to Mile High City. But don’t worry – you’ll find plenty of entertainment in Colorado without any additional herbal supplements. Our travel guide to Colorado will point you to must-see attractions and activities at Centennial State.
Things Not to Miss in Colorado
Things to do in Colorado that you don’t miss are following
- Ride the slopes in total luxury at Aspen Ski Resort or Mount Vail
- Attend a concert at the picturesque Red Rocks Amphitheater nestled between 400 feet of red sandstone cliffs
- Guided tour (and beer drinking) of the New Belgium Brewery.
- Ride a vintage steam train on the Durango and Silverton narrow gauge railway
- Pamper yourself in the mineral-rich San Juan River basins at Springs Resort & Spa
- Climb Pikes Peak or hike the Royal Arch Trail
When to Go to Colorado
Summers in Colorado is for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts, and in winter it’s a paradise for skiers and snowboarders will enjoy fresh energy during the day and a vibrant nightlife to enjoy off the slopes. Winter in Colorado means cold weather, so dress appropriately and be prepared for an occasional blizzard.
However, Colorado is still a great travel destination during the season, and tourists who visit Colorado outside the ski season will be rewarded with lower hotel and flight prices; Colorado summers are warm and dry, and autumn is cooler, and you can watch the leaves change.
Vail Bowls skiing. Seven sites, over 3,000 acres: Making fresh trails along endless groomed trails and snow-covered trails for tycoons is one of Colorado’s greatest skiing pleasures.
Dinner in Denver. Of course, Denver has always had great steaks, but there is now a real culinary scene, from the foie gras and foam menu at Kevin Taylor to the daily airlifted seafood at Sushi Den and Rioja’s Mediterranean dishes.
Plays in the sand. The giant sandbox known as the Great Sand Dunes National Park inspires children of all ages. Climb, step aboard, or simply stroll through the ever-changing sands.Authors Bio – Shreyashi is a software engineer in the US. Along with her work schedule, she has managed to travel all the 50 States of the country and wants to pen down her experiences, journeys, and joys through her write-ups and share them with the world in her blog – Travel the Food for the Soul. You can find more details on https://www.travelthefoodforthesoul.com/about-me/