5 Reasons You Should Visit Colorado

Team Secundy Re/Max Properties

 

The Mountains: Perhaps the most alluring attraction of Colorado are our mountains. The Rocky Mountains have some of the most serious peaks. Those visiting will have activities like hiking, skiing/snowboarding, climbing, and more thanks to these peaks.

 

The Seasons: Some vacationers search for year-round warm weather, while others prefer to see the changing of the seasons. For those who enjoy seasonal weather Colorado represents all four seasons beautifully. Blooming wildflowers in spring, warm summer sunshine, colorful autumn leaves, and a snowy wonderland for winter.

 

Western Heritage: For history buffs, Colorado is proud to keep many western traditions alive through activities like horseback riding, archery, trap shooting, fishing, etc. Find remnants of the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush, which brought early explorers and fur trappers. Or take a scenic tour of the Colorado Gold Trail to see the mining hot spots of the 1850s.

 

Art Scene: Colorado has a great menu for art lovers in particular. With places like Denver Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, and Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. The Fine Arts Center is celebrating its 100 year anniversary in 2019, you will have many beautiful sights to see and art walks to attend the whole year.

 

The Cities: Though Colorado is mostly known for its beautiful outdoors, its major cities are thriving as well. Denver, being the biggest, has a huge art and culture scene which holds space for the booming entrepreneur population. Colorado Springs is the second largest city in the state, great for family attractions as well as many natural landmarks. Boulder, known for its hippie haven reputation, is beautifully located at the foot of The Flatirons rock.

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