Colorado offers travelers a rich excursion program that includes visits to remarkable natural and historic sites. This wonderful region is full of surprises and beckons with its secrets. There is famous Black Canyon of the Gunnison in the western part of the state; the length of the river canyon is 12 kilometers. The canyon is in the national park; it is so deep that some places aren't illuminated by the sun and that's why it is named so.
This multinational state is very interesting from a cultural point of view; traditions and customs of Colorado are embodied in amazing national holidays. The state is home to many Scots. Annually, in...
These places attract fans of rafting and rock climbing, but local routes are passable to highly trained athletes exclusively, thus beginners can only admire the beauty of scenic places. During a walk through the national park you can see rare species of plants, as well as inhabitants of these places: elk, deer, mountain lions and birds. The part of the park is occupied by campsites, so everyone can spend a few days in indescribable natural splendor.
Yet another national park, Great Sand Dunes, is located on the territory of the San Luis Valley. A significant part of the park is occupied by sand dunes, the highest in North America. The age of these dunes is over 10 thousand years, but these places aren’t nearly as empty as it may seem at first glance. There are beautiful forests, alpine meadows and clear lakes.
Colorado is famous among entertainment lovers, first and foremost, for its outstanding natural attractions and world famous ski center of Denver. Vacationing in the capital would appeal not only for...
The largest city and the capital of Colorado is Denver, a major commercial and cultural center. Capitol Hill district is its center; this is where Dauninig Street, Broadway, Sixtus Avenue and Colfax Avenue can be found. The chief ornament of the district is Capitol built of white granite in the late 19th century. Denver has numerous museums and exhibitions; shoppers will appreciate an abundance of shopping centers, and fans of noisy entertainment would enjoy discos and bars. Many shops, cafes and hotels are located in beautiful historic buildings, making the ambience even more unique. There are about two hundred parks in the city, among which there are extensive walking areas and small cozy gardens. The harmony with nature is the main feature of Colorado.