Some popular destinations in Colorado include...
Located in a spectacular setting at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver
is one of America's fastest growing cities. The Mile High City entertains over
8.8 million visitors a year with people coming to enjoy the city's cultural
attractions, museums, shopping, dining and nightlife. Denver has the nation's
largest city park system, with more than 200 parks within city limits and 20,000
acres of parks in the nearby mountains.
When it comes to magnificent scenery and natural beauty, Colorado
Springs has it all. It's the home of America's fabulous mountain, Pikes
Peak, one of Colorado's highest mountains. Outdoor recreational opportunities
include river rafting, hiking, golf, horseback riding, mountain biking, fishing,
skiing and even hot air ballooning. With the sun shining 300 days of the year,
and a mild and dry climate, one can enjoy these activities year-round! Located
in South Central Colorado.
Aspen, Colorado is one of the most popular year-round
ski resorts in the United States and a favorite playground for the rich and
famous. At an elevation of 7,908 feet, Aspen is a winter wonderland with spectacular
scenery, incredible skiing, fine dining and shopping.
Boulder, Colorado is nestled at the foot of the majestic Rocky Mountains.
A captivating mountain community enriched with natural beauty and diverse cultural
delights, Boulder has a dynamic economy, an award
winning University, and a vibrant love of the outdoors. Boulder is a place of
natural wonders, attractions, festivals, limitless cultural experiences and
Known for its world-class skiing, Vail is a year-round resort community called
the Vail Valley. The communities of Beaver Creek, Avon, Arrowhead, Cordillera,
Eagle, Eagle-Vail, Edwards, Minturn, Vail
and Wolcott offer wonderful recreational opportunities year round.
Manitou Springs is located 4
miles west of Colorado Springs at the base of Pikes Peak, America's most famous
mountain. Nine mineral springs throughout town are fed by the snows of Pikes
Peak. Garden of the Gods, Cave of the Winds and the Manitou Cliff Dwellings
each offer a unique day of sight seeing around Manitou Springs.
The mountain town of Winter Park, Colorado
is located 67 miles northwest of Denver. Located in Grand County, Winter Park
is situated in a high mountain park at an elevation of 9,000 feet. It is home
to the Winter Park Resort, a well-known ski resort which is owned by the city