Introducing Rocky Mountain National Park
Straddling the Continental Divide, Rocky Mountain National Park offers some of the best vistas in North America. And conveniently located just a short trip from Denver International Airport, it can become anyone's wilderness playground. Soon the park celebrates its 100th year, there’s sure to be more things to do than there are 14ers in Colorado. Come here to hike along pebbled streams, watch elk graze or just cosy up in a shaded hammock strung between two Douglas firs. The wild awaits.
First time Rocky Mountain National Park: discover the best of the Colorado wilderness
With over 300 miles of trails, jagged, snow-encrusted granite peaks and a remarkable array of wild creatures, Rocky Mountain National Park is a perfect introduction to the Colorado wilderness...
Wildlife spotting in Rocky Mountain National Park
Surrounded by horizons of rugged mountain peaks, crystalline lakes and plenty of wide-open meadows, Rocky Mountain National Park contains some of the nation’s most mind-clearing wilderness...
Where in the country does the city’s mayor also own some of the state’s most popular microbreweries? Well, Denver, of course. Mayor John Hickenlooper was famous for owning Front Range brewpubs long before he got into politics. Denver is the only metropolis in this region and also happens to sit at exactly 5280ft – or 1 mile high (hence its nickname, ‘Mile High City’).
Long known for its outrageous liberalism, the university town of Boulder has a yuppie crunch attitude and a mad crush on the outdoors. The main roads are always packed with cyclists, and the endless city parks bustle with hikers and dogs. The pedestrian-only Pearl St Mall, bursting with shops, sidewalk cafés and street performers, is perfect for strolling.