Known as ‘The Mile–High City’, Colorado’s capital is exactly one mile above sea level. Discover the 16th Street Mall packed with shopping, restaurants, attractions, and the city’s unique micro–breweries. Denver Botanic Gardens, Art Museum & Zoo are all city highlights, whilst the iconic Red Rock Amphitheatre outside of town is well worth a visit.
Rocky Mountain National Park is 415 square miles of spectacular mountain environments. Enjoy Trail Ridge Road – which crests at over 12,000 feet including many overlooks to experience the subalpine and alpine worlds. There are also over 300 miles of hiking trails from which to experience wildflowers, wildlife and the wide-open starry nights.
Located in Colorado’s Western Slope region, Grand Junction is known as the centre of Colorado’s wine country. Head out to the scenic views at Colorado National Monument and wander the shops and restaurants of Grand Junction’s pretty Downtown.
Located in Southern Colorado, Durango is the perfect gateway to experience the history of the American West. It is home of the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad - one of the region’s most scenic train journeys. To the west is Mesa Verde National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with some of the best preserved Native American cliff dwellings.
Take in the breathtaking geological wonders of Garden of the Gods, Cave of the Winds and Paint Mines Park. Colorado Springs also features more unique attractions: the Money Museum, The Airplane Restaurant, and the Ghost Town Museum.
We have travelled extensively in The West and are happy to help plan a trip just for you.
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