Bucketlist Places to Visit in Colorado

Colorado is an outdoor lover’s dream destination with many national parks to visit for a hike or some rock climbing, but that’s not all the state has to offer.

There are also many fun indoor activities and cultural sites that focus on the state’s Western heritage.

Dinosaur National Monument Park is overflowing with the life of yesteryear. There are over 1,500 dinosaur fossils still embedded in the park rocks.

Dinosaur National Monument Park

Colorado Springs

It is rich in Western history, culture, and beautiful natural landscapes. You would need to stay in Colorado Springs for a few days to enjoy all it has to offer and there is no better place to stay than at The Broadmoor Hotel.

Garden of the Gods

Guided nature walks and mountain biking trails will bring you through the gorgeous surroundings of this land.


Aspen is especially popular among visitors during winter and with good reason. Both you and the kids will love the city’s four snowy mountains in winter.

A popular hiking trail is in the Maroon Bells. Its lush surroundings, crystal clear lake, and towering peaks look like a live painting.

Hike Maroon Bells

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