With plenty of skiing opportunities available during the winter months and scenic camping sites in the summer, as well as wonderful cities well worth visiting all year round, Colorado apartments offer something to suit every kind of holidaymaker.
Favourite Destinations (Colorado)
Journey through the Rocky Mountains
One of the main attractions for tourists here in Colorado is the Rocky Mountain National Park, one of the many national parks found in this state. There are many different trails and routes to explore when you visit here whilst staying in Colorado villas. It is great day out for family fun and adventure with the beautiful scenery, lakes and locks – just make sure you don't forget your camera! If you're looking for the most idyllic, picturesque view of this state's beautfiul natural landscape then rent a holiday home in Snowmass Village and take a trip to Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness for a view complete with mountains, rivers and lakes.
If you come during the winter season, there are great opportunities here to snowboard and ski with lessons available at the ski resorts. Aspen is a great location for your Colorado villas, whether you plan on camping in the great outdoors in the summer months or you're booking a skiing holiday for the winter. Other popular ski resorts include Telluride and Vail, with the latter hosting concerts and sports races during the summer. If you come during the winter there is even the opportunity to go dog sledding – a truly unique experience! Other activities available for those staying in Colorado apartments around the Rocky Mountains include fishing, jet-skiing and kayaking, but make sure you choose the activity or activities you wish to do and plan in advance; some of these can book up pretty quickly, especially in the peak holiday seasons.
Spend your holiday in Colorado in the city
If you are looking for a city break whilst staying in an apartment in Colorado, then the capital city of Denver will be ideal for you and your fellow holidaymakers. Visit the local zoo, spend the day in the theme park called Lakeside Amusement Park or sit outside during the summer time in one of the many parks in the capital. There are also plenty of museums worth visiting, such as the Denver Art Museum, which has a special collection of American Indian artwork, and the Black American West Museum and Heritage Center, which looks at how African Americans helped to build up the Old West. If you are after a peaceful break away in a more secluded location, then visit the smaller cities of Durango or Pueblo where there are many Colorado apartments available in quieter areas.
If you want to travel around the USA whilst on holiday in Colorado, then why not hire a car and drive through Utah or Arizona, and if you fancy going even further, drive on to Las Vegas! The state of New Mexico is just south of Colorado and well worth a visit as the Hispanic influence here makes the state truly unique from many of the others in America.