'Things To Do' Index |
is internationally known for it's active lifestyle and abundance of great
activites. Quite simply, Colorado is a wonderland of things to do; we
couldn't possibly mention them all. The State's freeway systems can quickly
take you to anywhere in the state. Obviously the state has some mountains
and weather so one should allow more travel time during snowy days or
nights. Nevertheless, there are innumerable activites that can be accomplished
in a single day. This state offers boating at the Pueblo Reservoir, camping
in several National Forests, skiing world class champagne powder at over
40 resorts, "Classic" rock climbing routes, hunting, fishing,
mountain biking, golfing, and countless other activities.
arts and humanities are also well supported here in Colorado. The state
boasts hundreds of venues with a wide array of offerings. Classic art
is on Display at the Denver Muesuem of Art. The Natural History museum
is home to a large dinosaur bone collection and plays regional host for
traveling exhibits such as Ramses II. There is also a vast offering of
Pioneer, Indian, mining and other local history preserved at the original
sites. The Golden Pioneer Musuem and El Pueblo Museum located near Colorado
Springs are just two examples.
The mountains offer Coloradans a unique musical atmosphere with the mountains
themselves used as
amphitheaters for a majesticly beautiful setting. Red Rocks amphitheater
has been host to symphonies, rock and roll, country western, and all other
types of music concerts. Red Rock is a nationally renowned venue, playing
a full schedule every summer.
Feel like amusement? You are in luck, there are plenty of places to go.
North Pole City, located outside Colorado Springs, has Christmas all year
round. Six Flags Elitch Gardens is located in Denver, as well as Lakeside
Amusement Park. Places to cool off in the water are also available. Elitches
has a water park and Waterworld is recognized as one of the largest parks
in the nation.