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The Rocky Mountain state of Colorado the ultimate destination to experience both plains and mountain living. Visitors to Colorado will enjoy skiing, snow shoeing, rafting, hiking, sightseeing, and taking a dip in one of the state's many hot springs. The many National Parks and Monuments provide tourists with camping and RV accommodations and the quaint towns usually located nearby offer historic lodging and affordable motels. Coloradans take pride in their state; their sports teams, mountains and individuality that can primarily be seen in cities like Boulder.

Traveling to Colorado makes it clear to visitors that the Rocky Mountains are indeed majestic and awe-inspiring. Tourism and technology have developed this natural wonderland in the last few decades. Over 3 million people reside in Denver and most of that is due to industry. However, business and leisure guests will enjoy it's mild climate and close proximity to other destinations in the state. Boulder is located just up the street, but nestled a little closer to the mountains. Boulder is eclectic to say the least, hip shopping centers, new age and Buddhist colonies and a variety of colleges bring people from all walks of life in to the city. Visitors to may choose between hostels, mid- and high- range hotels in which to rest their weary feet each night. Just to the south of Denver is Colorado Springs, the lucky destination of the historic Pike's Peak. Viewing historic markers aside, Colorado Springs features a long list of outdoor and adventure activities for its tourists.

Historic and eco-tourism not withstanding, Colorado is a mecca for skiers, snowboarders, snowshoeing, tobogganing, sledding and every other winter sport imaginable. Towns such as Vale, Telluride, Aspen and Steamboat Springs owe their prosperity to massive quantities of powdery snow which dumps upon the slopes each winter. It's this snow that brings in the hoards of technical and leisure sports enthusiasts. Each little town is quaint and usually has a fair amount of good restaurants and shopping, but what's really needed is a soft bed on which to rest that bruised bum after hitting the slopes all day. To solve that problem, hotels, ski resorts, cozy lodges and inns provide all a ski bunny needs to recover each night. Spring and summer are great times of the year to visit Colorado as well, there's Buffalo Bills grave to visit, gold mines to dig into, and hot springs up in the mountains that are carpeted with spring blooming flowers. So, whatever the need, Colorado can accommodate and then some!


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