Colorado Arapahoe Ski Basin

Places to see in Colorado

The Northern state of America, Colorado is a wonderful holiday destination for those who love thrill. It is the place to spend time with bountiful nature. The legendary snow peaked mountains and soothing climate attracts everyone, especially the skiiable trails is fantasy. Adventure loving youth enjoy various winter sporting activities like skiing, snowboarding, cross-country, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.

Every season is at its best in ‘Color’-ado. The colorful springs, mild summers, vibrant fall and sunshine round the year suggests it is a nice place for holidaying any day.

Colorado amazes with its perfect combination of challenge, fun and lush scenery.

Ski destinations of Colorado

The curvy thrilling trails and tracks between the snowy mountains are killer ski destinations which are not only the best places in Colorado but also are the most gorgeous vistas in the United States.

Popular Trails being Black Ridge Trail, Canyon Rim Trail, Coke Ovens Trail, Devil's Kitchen Trail, Liberty Cap Trail, Monument Canyon Trail, No Thoroughfare Canyon Trail, Old Gordon Trail, Otto's Trail, Rim Rock Drive etc.

Alpine skiing in Arapahoe Ski Basin of Colorado Rocky Mountains, the Mecca of skiing Aspen resort, the mountains of Snowmass, Steamboat Ski Resort, Telluride Ski Resort, largest ski resort of US; Vail has trails for beginner and intermediate as well and the town of Breckenridge are most popular skiing destinations here.

Aspen is internationally renowned resort lies in the valley of the Roaring Fork River. The early mining town of Colorado Silver Boom is now an exclusive place to enjoy winter sports and a comparatively cheap summer holiday resort for tourists.

Parks of Colorado

Estes Park

The scenic beauty of Estes Park has spectacular mountain ranges, abundant wildlife, long hiking trails. Estes Park and Thompson River are a famous place to see that attracts tourists.

IMesa Verde National Park

The 8,573ft Green table shaped hill covered with coniferous forest in southwest of Colorado houses IMesa National Park. Chapin Mesa, Cedar Tree Tower, Far View Ruins, Mummy Lake, Megalith House, Far View Tower, and Far View Ditch. Park Headquarters Area, Chapin Mesa Museum, Petroglyph Point Hike, Hike is a three mile loop beginning at the Chapin Mesa Museum. Along the route are Anasazi petroglyphs and views of the Navajo and Spruce Canyons. Spruce Canyon Trail, Spruce Tree House, The walk to Spruce Tree House begins next to the Chapin Mesa Museum, descending 100 feet. Ruins Road, Sun Temple are the major attractions here.

Other attractions in Colorado

Pikes Peak

Pikes Peak is a mountain peak named after famous explorer Zebulon Pike. This historic National Landmark in the Fore Range of the Rocky Mountains has been an inspiration to Katherine Lee Bates in composing the lyrics for the song "America the Beautiful".

Molly Brown House Museum

The Molly Brown House Museum or House of Lions is popular museum designed by William A. Lang amalgamating popular styles of 19th century.

Dinosaur National Monument

Dinosaur National Monument has large stock of Dinosaur bones even largest in the world. It has fossils of tens of dinosaur species including Allosaurus, Apatosaurus, Brontosaurus and Stegosaurus. It also holds entertainment to commoners because of the scenic drives and mountain hiking opportunities.


Salida is a heaven for adventure seeking visitors. The godly nature gives ample opportunities to explore activities including archery, biking, camping, climbing, fishing, four-wheeling, golfing, hiking, hunting, kayaking, picnicking, rockhounding, skateboarding, skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling etc.

Old Fort

This old fort located in S.E. Colorado showcases the supplies are contributed by soldiers and Wild West settlers of late 19th century.