Colorado’s scenic terrain draws millions of visitors looking to get swept up in its natural grandeur. With a group of cities and towns, each with its unique outdoor offerings, cultural attractions, and general Colorado charm, it may be challenging to choose the right destination for your next vacation.
We visited this beautiful state with some of our friends who helped us start our Chandler painting company almost 10 years ago. There is so much to see and do and the weather is amazing!
Remnants of Breckenridge’s history as a mining hub give the town an aesthetic that is simply poppet. Couple that with the Rocky Mountains that serve as the town’s backdrop and you’ve got a ski destination for the books. When the powder melts, the verdant vegetation that floods the trails make Breck magical.
Denver is Colorado’s biggest city and its called cultural hub. While you can go just about anywhere in Colorado to find outdoor adventures galore, in Denver, you get the best of both worlds.
The nicknames of Steamboat Springs is Ski Town, USA. Here, visitors can take advantage of nearly 3,000 acres of skiable terrain. After a long day of shredding snow, make sure to head to Strawberry Park Hot Springs to indulge in the après-ski scene.
The place stands out from its wild counterparts because it’s not a ski destination. But what the city lacks in slopes it more than makes up for in incredible hiking opportunities. Mix that in with a good helping of small-town charm and a diverse array of attractions and Colorado Springs has all the makings of a great vacation.
If you’re looking to splurge during ski season, Aspen could be an excellent choice for you. This small town is conveniently tucked between four renowned ski spots that offer quality slopes for all levels of skiers. Not only that, but the city features the crème de la crème of luxury resorts that whip up an après-ski scene.