Colorado is a great place to visit because of its amazing terrain and the great outdoors. Every year millions of tourists find their way to The Centennial State.


With plenty of people and places to visit, we’ll be listing down six places you should consider visiting in Colorado.


  1. Rocky Mountain National Park


Considered by many to be the number one destination in Colorado, Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the most visited national parks in the country, and for a good reason.


There’s plenty to do in this seemingly greater-than-life place. You can drop by Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, Hike through the mountain range, go camping, ski when it’s wintertime, and climb up to 12,000 feet.


  1. Denver


Denver is the most populated area in Colorado and is filled with the most interesting things to check out.


Denver is a great place to go shopping or look for souvenirs. It’s also the best place to check out museums or conservatories. However, just outside the city limits, you’ll also be able to visit the Rockies and Mount Evans Scenic Byway.


  1. Telluride


Contrary to Denver, Telluride is quite a small place. Aside from over 2000 acres of skiable terrain, there are a lot of other things to experience, such as their amazing restaurants. However, the fun things to do in Telluride are still endless.


Hiking, cycling, and paragliding are also very accessible in Telluride.


  1. Vail


Specifically for ski enthusiasts, Vail is the town to visit if you’re visiting Colorado to ski. Tourists from all over the world flock to vail, including celebrities and winter sports professionals just to ski.


Ziplines and mountain coaster rides are also alternatives to enjoy in Vail.


  1. Colorado Springs


Colorado Springs is one of the more unique places to visit in Denver. It isn’t as mountain as you would expect a place in Colorado to be, but it definitely makes up in the hiking department.


Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods Park, Red Rock Canyon, and Cheyenne Mountain State Park are all great places for hiking.


  1. Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve


Living up to its name, the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is one of the more unique spots in Colorado.


There’s plenty to do in this National Park, such as sledding down tall sand dunes and horseback riding. Camping is also a great activity, with the night sky view being the highlight.


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Author: Carol