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Things to do in Colorado
Aspen - ski at the Aspen Snowmass
The Aspen Snowmass is more than just about winter sports, but also includes superb summer activities including climbing and white water rafting. It is for its skiing that Aspen is most famous for, as it has some of the best ski runs in the world, both on and off piste. In addition to great skiing it also offers fantastic scenery, and sometimes it feels like you are on top of the world.
Beaver Creek - hike at the Beaver Creek Hiking Center
Open from mid June to early September, the Beaver Creek Hiking Center in Colorado offers specialised hikes through some of the state’s most beautiful landscapes. There are a range of hikes available from 1 hour to a full day, with the 3 hour Beaver Creek Mountain hike, being the most popular. A reasonable degree of fitness is required for many of the hikes, especially the longer ones, and they need to be booked at least a day in advance.
Breckenridge - relive the Gold Rush era at the Country Boy Mine
Take a step back in history and pretend that you are one of the Gold Rush miners that flooded into Breckenridge, when gold was found. Take a tour round one of the largest gold mines in Colorado, that cuts over 1,000 feet into the mountain. Try your hand at gold panning, maybe you have what it takes to be a gold miner. The mine is open every day during the summer and closed Monday and Tuesday during the winter months.
Colorado Springs - explore and stroll throught the Garden of the Gods
The Garden of Gods has evolved over the centuries into the stunning display of wind carved rock formations that you can see today. The soft sandstone of the area means that rock erosion has created magnificent sculptures and amazing landscapes, that can be seen from the restaurant that overlooks the valley. Also on display is the remains of a rare dinosaur that was discovered and unearthed in the park, in around 1878.
Colorado Springs - be inspired at the United States Air Force Academy
It is not every day that you can visit somewhere that has helped shape the security of the United States, but a trip to the Air force Academy in Colorado Springs is one such day. Here you can visit selected areas such as the Honor Court and the Cadet Chapel, along with the very informative Visitors Center. With increased, ever changing security events in the country, it makes sense to check before hand, on the status of the opening times of the academy.
Denver - take in dinner at the Republic Plaza
Towering over the city of Denver, and looking magnificent at night, the Republic Plaza is Colorado’s tallest building, at over 714 feet. The building consists of 53 floors of office accommodation and 3 floors of retail, dining and business outlets. Unique to this building is the 3 storey, marble foyer, which often hosts interesting art collections of local and international artists.
Denver - experience a musical event at the Denver Performing Arts Complex
Still the largest center of its type in the world, the Denver Performing Arts Center can host 10 different major events simultaneously, and covers 4 entire blocks. Its is home to Colorado’s opera, ballet, and symphony orchestra as well as the Performing Arts Group all of whom regularly perform, in their respective halls. Touring companies regularly perform here including companies bringing Broadway musicals and plays to the region. There is so much happening, it is wise to check to see what events are on before you go. It is likely you will be spoilt for choice.
Grand Junction - take a sip of wines at the Colorado Wineries
The climate of Colorado makes the growing of wine a viable proposition. There are 18 wineries around Grand Junction, that are testament to this. They grow a range of varying types of grapes and produce some excellent wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon and Riesling. A number of the wineries offer tastings and tours. The most magnificent of these being the Two Rivers Winery and Chateau, where there is a replica French Chateau, right next to the tasting room, where you can dine or even stay the night.
Keystone - try out skiing and snowboarding
Keystone offers much to do all year around, for those that enjoy the outdoor life. But during the winter months is when Keystone really shines as it is one of the best skiing regions in the United States, with over 3,100 acres of skiable snow. It's high elevation of 12,400 feet ensures plenty of snow, over 230 inches most years. This provides challenging skiing both on and off piste with around 135 trails to follow, making it a great place, for even for the most frequent visitor.
Vail - top up your skiing skill with a Vail Adventure Sessions
Possibly the most famous skiing location in the United States, Vail offers unparalleled access to some of the very best skiing slopes and runs. There are also adventure trails, that allow small groups of people, to explore areas that are not often open to the general public. You need to be of intermediate or advanced ski standard for this, as many of the runs are demanding, but you will be with people of a similar experience level.
Introduction of Colorado
The U.S State of Colorado is situated in the region of Rocky Mountain of the United States of America. It is famous of its beautiful natural scenery, including lakes, rivers, plains and mountains. The precinct's highest point is the summit of Mount Elbert in Lake County. It has over 100 mountain peaks exceeding 4,000 metres. The Colorado Plains make up almost a third of the state and include several forests as well. Hotels in Colorado allow you to explore the area and wake up in the heart of nature. A number of properties are situated along the Rocky Mountains eastern edge which is a popular for living because the high mountains to the west protect it from strong winds. There are many parks to enjoy within the state. Nature lovers will especially enjoy exploring the attractions on offer in the area. The lodgings provide a lovely way to rest and relax while visiting.