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Garden of the Gods Colorado Springs
The park opens first thing in the morning and is perfect for watching the sunrise over the magnificent and otherworldly rock formations, visitors can park and hike the numerous trails or take the driving tour thro...
There are wonderful hiking trails, picnic areas and tons of photo ops! Located in the park is a trading post with a small cafe that provides a nice patio to enjoy the beautiful summer weather and the surroundings...
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Maroon Bells Aspen
Fall colors everywhere, mother nature cannot stop to amaze us, the belles, the aspen trees, the lakes, the trail, everything was just perfection.
The journey to the park is half the adventure but when you get there and see the spectacular mountain vistas and the incredible lake it's hard to believe anywhere is more beautiful.
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With majestic mountains, tundra wildflowers, abundant wildlife, Trail Ridge Road (the highest paved road in the US), and over 350 miles of trails, Rocky Mountain National Park is spectacular!
Alpine Visitor Center is a must stop for everyone traveling through the park, with its exhibits, gift shop, snack bar and most important, the very knowledgeable Park Rangers and volunteers.
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Mount Evans Denver
The bristle cone trees are super interesting & the M. Walter Pesman trail & nature center is informative & the view is stunning!
Stopped at Echo Lake Park to take advantage of the facilities (vault toilets), then took a quick walk partway around the lake, STUNNING views at every turn, and the frozen-over lake was absolutely gorgeous on a su...
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Part of the spectacular rock formations of the gigantic Colorado Plateau which spreads west, southwest, and south across Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico, the names of the national parks encompassed include Bryce, Zi...
Truly remarkable views of nature at its finest, monoliths, rock formations, and Red Canyon gorge that is phenomenal.
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park Black Canyon Of The Gunnison National Park
Beautiful trails, amazing mountain peaks in the distance, & just an overall fantastic spot for nature enthusiasts!
I suggest you start at the South Rim Visitors Center, which has an interesting video and diorama of the park as well as a history of the canyon's exploration.
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Emerald Lake Trail Rocky Mountain National Park
The Rocky Mountain National Park features amazing mountain views, a number of lakes, a variety of wildlife, varied environments including wooded forests and mountain tundras as well as a range of interesting hikes...
As for people consider you’re on a relatively easy trail with easy access inside a national park and awesome scenery = lots of people...pick a harder hike if you’d like to have sights more to yourself.
Hanging Lake Trail Glenwood Springs
MUST SEE Geological wonder, FREE to see, free to park, Yet another priceless COLO treasure
This is a short but challenging (1.3 miles up hill all the way and rocky) trail - for regular hikers a walk in the park with a lovely small lake and waterfall as a reward.
Highly recommend to visit this place !! We visited as a family .We truely appreciate the beauty of nature !
During summer time parking fills up quickly so the park service only allows people on bicycles or the bus shuttle to travel to the top.
An easy way the see some of this beautiful National Park is to drive the Million Dollar Highway (U.S. Highway 550) between Montrose and Durango, which is part of the San Juan Skyway Scenic Byway.
From gurgling small mountain streams to the full roar of the Animas river in the spring runoff this area offers everyone a taste of nature and all it's splendor!