Colorado attractions

Top places to see in Colorado and the top boutique inn? Colorado’s mix of attractions is as diverse as its terrain of mountains, prairies, and red rock formations. Whether it’s the call of the majestic Rocky Mountains, historic monuments, or one of several cultural establishments, Colorado will have something to offer any traveler’s interests. Here’s a guide to 20 must-visit attractions throughout the Centennial State.

The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is located in southern Colorado. Standing in stark contrast to mountains like the Rocky Mountain National Park, sandy dunes cover the land here, creating beautiful vistas that will remind you of vast deserts. Hit the dunes – the largest one, Star Dune, towers over the rest of the dunes. There are plenty of activities for outdoors lovers here. Explore the trails, you’ll find that they lead you through forests and wetlands that surround the dunes. You should also be sure to visit Medano Lake, one of several alpine lakes and filled with trout if you’re a fisherman. Trek out to the Sangre de Cristo Mountains – the Medano Pass Primitive Road guides you through a canyon until you reach the mountains.

Maybe you flew to Colorado or drove for hours. You may need to stretch out. PranaTonic Yoga is a great, close place to do just that! And lastly, if you hate the outdoors or just need to lift some weights, we recommend Trailhead CrossFit. If you love eating as much as we do, you’ll love spending time in Golden. We’ve got all your meals covered and then some! Early morning? Head on over to Pangea Coffee Roasters for a delicious brew and a lovely place to sit outside. Maybe you’re needing coffee and a meal? We love Café 13. They make their pastries in house and they are to die for! Discover extra information on Hotels in downtown Golden CO.

The ski resort town of Vail is one of the best places to visit in Colorado in winter but it’s also a pleasant place to enjoy at any time of year. When it comes to skiing, this is one of the top ski resorts in Colorado, with seemingly endless runs for all levels of skiers. The town at the base of the ski hill is postcard cute, with chalet-style restaurants, shops, and hotels that make you feel like you are in the heart of the Alps. This is a high-end resort with luxury hotels, fine dining, and designer stores. Vail doesn’t always fit with everyone’s budget, particularly if you want to spend a night during the high season. In the vicinity are a number of small towns and villages that are less well known but more affordable and also worth a visit. Although not a ski resort, Frisco is a charming mountain town and one of the best places to visit in the area. This is a nice base if you are exploring the I-70 Corridor around Vail and Beaver Creek. The town has all kinds of quirky cafés, shops, and restaurants, and a true mountain vibe. Just up the way from here is the small town and ski resort of Breckenridge, at an altitude of 9,600 feet.

When you leave The Dove Inn, we want you to be ready to come back and stay asap. Here are some notes on our inn so that you can know what to expect and get the most out of your stay! The Dove Inn was built in 1866! She’s old and sometimes that means she makes funny noises. We have chosen period pieces to reflect the beauty and charm from that era, but we’ve modernized much of the inn. Check-in is automated and breakfast is simple. This isn’t a hover-y kind of Bed and Breakfast. You may not see us for your whole stay! We believe that you know best how to spend your time, and we think you’ll find the inn a luxurious and comfortable place to do just that. Find more info on