Colorado – The Centennial State

The most rocky and high-mountainous region of America, Colorado (Colorado) is located in the west of the country in the Rocky Mountains. Here are the highest peaks of the country, including Elbert Peak, which rushed upwards for more than four kilometers. Not surprisingly, skiing is the state’s main source of income: there are four popular resorts here at once: Vail, Beaver Creek, Breckenridge and Keystone. In addition, the prestigious Aspen is located next door, on the slopes of which world celebrities roll kilometers. All resorts are connected by a free bus, there is also one ski pass for the ski lifts – The Colorado Ticket.

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How to get to ski resorts in Colorado

To get to the resorts of Vail, Beaver Creek and Breckenridge, it is most convenient to fly to Denver with British Airways or Lufthansa. Denver International Airport is located 145 km from Breckenridge and 193 km from the resorts of Vail and Beaver Creek.

When choosing a combined tour (excursions plus skiing), Aeroflot flights to New York or Los Angeles will be more convenient, then by domestic airlines. For example, American Airlines from New York to Denver fly about 4.5 hours, from Los Angeles – two hours. Another option is a Delta flight with a stopover in New York or Atlanta.

Entertainment and attractions in Colorado

The number 1 excursion destination in the state is the Rocky Mountains National Park with spectacular mountain landscapes, picturesque rivers and valleys. The territory of the reserve is home to a huge number of mammals and birds, which can be seen during walking tours starting from one of the five visitor centers. Number 2 is the legendary canyon Eldorado.

The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park is almost 20 km of picturesque gorge with sheer cliffs on both sides of the hiking trail. It is worth visiting the Great Dunes National Park, where, as the name suggests, you can see the highest American dunes – up to more than 200 meters. Mesa Verde Park has some very remarkable prehistoric rock dwellings. Finally, in the Wine Valley of Colorado, you can get acquainted with the process of growing grapes (and the taste of the product obtained from it) in every detail.

Colorado - The Centennial State