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A holiday to Colorado is simply like no other. Visiting this amazing American state gives you a number of options during your stay here and each of them are just as wonderful as the next. If western history is your bag then this great state has you covered with a number of amazing sites and museums. Home to many world renowned ski resorts, Colorado is also a great choice for those comfortable sliding down the state’s many mountains.
Aside from being home to the internationally known Rocky Mountain range, Colorado also has four wondrous national parks and world heritage site on its lands. Alternatively if you are just looking for a vibrant and modern destination which is home to some fantastic modern art, famous breweries and wonderful wineries, Colorado should be very high on your must-visit list.
Why book Colorado holidays
Great national parks
Colorado is home to a number of national parks, like Rocky Mountain National Park boasting epic views & terrific nature trails
Popular for skiing
Feel the exhilarating rush with skiing and snowboarding down Colorado's snow covered mountains in resorts like Vail & Aspen
Explore the city
Visit Denver for typical city life, from the old Larimer Square to the modern Denver Art Museum
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Your guide to Colorado holidays
A visit to Colorado just wouldn’t be complete without visiting the aforementioned Rocky Mountains. Breathtakingly beautiful in all four seasons, these amazing mountains have to be seen to be believed and whether you spend a single day in their presence or considerably longer, their impact on you will last a lifetime. During the winter, skiing and snowboarding are of course hugely popular pastimes and there are an abundance of spectacular slopes to keep you interested while doing so. But if you’re looking to do something a little different on the slopes, then Colorado has you covered there too.
Those not quite as confident can simply sled on the slopes, or if you want to try something a little more left-field then snow tubing is also a fun alternative. In addition to these great choices you can also try your hand at ice skating and dog-sledding. During other seasons, these same mountains are home to some fantastic hiking trails and the views they provide are almost otherworldly. Colorado really is one of the world’s best destinations for natural scenery and a must-see in Colorado Springs is the amazing Garden of the Gods. If you’re looking for something a little more relaxing in between embarking on these amazing hikes, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is a gem easily found. This fantastic zoo offers a number of amazing animals for you to marvel at and you’ll never get bored.
Colorado's national parks & activities
Although Colorado isn’t exactly a beach destination, it’s beautifully scenic mountain range and river more than make up for that fact. In addition to the many amazing lakes on offer, namely Grand Lake, this state is also home to plenty of high-end hotels, spas and leisure centres, meaning if swimming is really high on your priority list you won’t be disappointed by a trip here.
Action and adventure is easy to find in Colorado and you’ll never have to move far to find your next exhilarating experience. Well documented already, there are a number of great options for Colorado in winter all the way from dog-sledding to snowboarding. But even if you visit outside of the popular winter period, you will find an endless list of active pastimes to fill your schedule.
With millions of acres of natural lands in Colorado’s National Parks and Monuments, National Forests and Colorado State Parks, the summer season is an enticing call to all travellers who love the great outdoors. For hikers, Colorado has hundreds of miles of trails that are suited to you no matter what your preferred speed is. Colorado trails are easy to access and lead through diverse landscapes which are sure to astound, from wild-flower meadows to captivating canyons. And when making your way through these amazing lands, why not pack a tent and experience a night on the plains? There’s no better way to get close to Colorado’s abundant wilderness areas than by making one of its many camp grounds your temporary home.
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