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Un mundo de Maravillosos Escenarios le espera en el hermoso estado de Colorado!

Los largos días de verano en Colorado inspiran, como ráfagas de energía, para salir y disfrutar cada momento del día hermoso – ya sea en una pista de las Montañas Rocosas, a orillas de un lago brillante o un patio en la azotea para relajarse. Empiece a planear su próximo viaje a Colorado, y para esto le platicamos un poco de que Denver, es el punto de partida ideal para quienes desean recorrer los numerosos complejos de esquí­ del estado de Colorado. Uno de los paseos más fascinantes que propone la ciudad es el de la Casa de la Moneda. Los turistas pueden hacer un recorrido y ver el proceso de fabricación de las monedas.
Otro dato llamativo, es que Denver es la ciudad número uno de los Estados Unidos en producción de cerveza, ocupando el segundo lugar a nivel nacional por el número de fábricas de cerveza en la ciudad. Por esta razón, otro de los apodos de Denver es “el Valle Napa de la Cerveza“.
A pocos kilómetros hacia el sudoeste de Denver, se encuentra Tiny Town, un encantador pueblito en miniatura cuyos edificios están diseñados con una escala de un sexto del tamaño normal. Los visitantes quedan fascinados con los atractivos de este lugar.
Denver es también la puerta a las Montañas Rocallosas y al escenario de esquí­ de Colorado. La tumba de Buffalo Bill, es otro de los sí­mbolos más emblemáticos de la región. Los más deportistas, podrán llegar en pocas horas a los famosos complejos de esquí­ de Vail, Aspen y Breckenridge.
La temporada es un señuelo para los viajeros invitándolos a Colorado para explorar nuestros parques estatales y nacionales, escénicos manantiales de agua caliente, festivales al aire libre, lugares de interés turístico, de aguas blancas, aventuras de pesca, y mucho más. No hay límite de cosas que ver y hacer en Colorado. Nuestra amplia gama de atracciones incluyen todo, desde eventos deportivos a los balnearios, lugares de interés histórico a los casinos – y mucho, mucho más. Lleve a su familia a un parque de diversiones o viva como un cowboy real en un rancho de trabajo. Explore la tierra donde los dinosaurios vagaban alguna vez o en pueblos fantasmas, donde los mineros de oro, alguna vez se aparecieron en su casa. Puede hacer un viaje a un mercado de granjeros o darse un chapuzón en las aguas calmantes de nuestros muchos manantiales naturales de agua caliente, viajar en el tren escénico o divertirse una tarde en el zoológico. Ten la plena seguridad de que lo que hayas soñado, lo puedes encontrar en Colorado.

Long summer days in Colorado inspire bursts of energy to get out and enjoy every moment of beautiful daylight — whether on a Rocky Mountain trail, the banks of a shimmering lake or a relaxing rooftop patio. Get started planning your next Colorado trip.
The season lures travelers to Colorado to explore our state and national parks, scenic hot springs, outdoor festivals, famous attractions, whitewater and fishing adventures, and much more.
There is no limit of things to see and do in Colorado. Our vast array of attractions include everything from sporting events to spas, historical sites to casinos – and everything in between. Take your family to an amusement park or live like an actual cowboy on a working dude ranch. Explore the land where dinosaurs once roamed or ghost towns where gold miners once called home. Whether it’s a trip to a farmer’s market or a dip in the soothing waters of our many natural hot springs, a scenic train ride or an afternoon at the zoo, if you can dream it, you can find it in Colorado.

Snowmass Village
Snowmass Village, Colorado is a year-round mountain paradise with activities ranging from world-class skiing to hiking, mountain biking and golf plus an array of special events. Kids can enjoy trying mountain boarding, hot-air ballooning or experiencing one of the best free music scenes in the state. Call 1.800.SNOWMASS.

The Wild Animal Sanctuary
30 miles northeast of Denver. See more than 200 lions, tigers, bears, leopards, cougars, wolves and other carnivores rescued from illegal or abusive situations, roaming free in species-specific habitats on 320 acres of open grassland. The sanctuary is open to visitors daily, 9am-4pm (except holidays and bad weather) for educational and viewing purposes.

Royal Gorge Route Railroad
Step aboard the Royal Gorge Route Railroad to embark upon a breathtaking journey that began 140 years ago. Like a bar-room brawl on wheels, two companies vied for the route and the legal battle dubbed the “Royal Gorge War” began. The victor offered rail service until 1967, but the route laid fallow until a local railroader restored a dozen mid-century rail cars to begin passenger service again in 1999. Royal Gorge Route now ferries 100,000 travelers each year for an unforgettable scenic and culinary adventure within the Royal Gorge.

Pikes Peak Country Attractions
Pikes Peak Country offers fun, affordable, safe, family-oriented attractions & activities. Travel across the world’s highest suspension bridge-Royal Gorge Bridge, experience the Garden of the Gods, whitewater raft the Arkansas River, visit America’s only mountain zoo, take the Cog Railway or drive your car up to the summit of Pikes Peak! Enjoy Seven Falls, the Cliff Dwellings, our historic trains, biking, historic sites, horseback riding, museums, ghost towns of the Old West, rodeo history, western/cowboy stage shows and much more.

Geo Tours Whitewater Raft Trips
Geo Tours is your best choice for whitewater raft trips near Denver, Colorado. We are based in the town of Morrison, just 20 minutes from downtown Denver. Choose: Clear Creek (in Idaho Springs and closest to Denver, Golden and Boulder) Arkansas River (Buena Vista) or Upper Colorado River (near Summit County, Kremmling, Vail, Frisco & Breckenridge). Part-day, full-day, multi-day. All levels and abilities. Families and kids. Group transportation available from Denver. Group Discounts, Early Season Specials and Evening Trip Specials

History and Heritage Brought to Life in Colorado
Summer is the perfect time to explore Colorado’s rich history and heritage. From ancient cliff dwellings and historic trains, to gold mines and pioneer forts, Colorado’s abundant heritage sites and artifacts are waiting to be discovered. Here are five ways to explore Colorado’s past.
National Parks and Monuments: Colorado’s national parks and monuments provide a time-tested journey to the past. Mesa Verde National Park, a world heritage site, is home to some of the most unique Ancestral Puebloan dwellings in the world. Well-preserved and well-studied, these dwellings have been inspiring interest in this ancient culture for more than 100 years. Tucked securely into cliff walls, the adobe-constructed homes are a novel sight to visitors who crane their necks skyward to see them. Ladders give guided groups access to the cliff dwellings, and informative park rangers offer educated glimpses into the daily lives of the previous inhabitants. Hovenweep National Monument protects six prehistoric, Puebloan-era villages spread out over a 20-mile expanse of mesa tops and canyons along the Utah-Colorado border. And the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument preserves fossils from an ancient ecosystem dating back 34 million years ago. Petrified redwoods, fossilized palms and images of peculiar insects captured in stone enthrall those who stand before them.
Scenic and Historic Byways: One way to learn about Colorado’s past is by hitting the open road. Our 25 Scenic and Historic Byways weave in and out of cities and towns, making their stories come to life. Along their varied course, these highways and back roads unveil a myriad of tales of Ute Indians, silver seekers, opportunistic settlers, ambitious entrepreneurs and crafty engineers. Ten of Colorado’s 25 Scenic & Historic Byways have received national designation as America’s Byways, recognizing their outstanding scenic and historic attributes. In fact, only one other state has as many nationally designated byways as Colorado. www.coloradobyways.org
Scenic & Historic Trains: The moment you step aboard one of Colorado’s nine scenic and historic trains you’ll be transported to an earlier time. Try the Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad and enjoy a four-mile round-trip through historic Victor and past old mining sites, then back to the gold-rush town of Cripple Creek, now known for its low-stakes gambling as well as its restored Victorian-era town. The Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad is the longest and highest narrow-gauge line in North America – it stretches 64 miles from Antonito, Colorado to Chama, New Mexico. From an open-air sightseeing coach, you can take in the sights and enjoy on-train refreshments. The 1950s-era Royal Gorge Route Railroad forges through one of America’s most spectacular canyons – the Royal Gorge. Travel in comfortable cars as you chug along the bottom of the gorge and look up 1,200 feet to the Royal Gorge Bridge spanning the top.
Historic Attractions: The Colorado landscape is peppered with historic attractions. Visit Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site, a must-see attraction along the Santa Fe Trail National Scenic and Historic Byway. Built in 1833, it quickly became a center for cultural interaction between American settlers. Stop by the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave and pay tribute to this icon of the Old West. Or, spend time at the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site.
Mining Towns and Mine Tours: From Denver to Leadville, towns and cities were established to meet the needs of gold seekers and silver miners. Mining was perhaps one of the greatest influences on Colorado as we know it today. This rich history can be experienced from mountain mine tours and gold panning in storied places such as the Hidee Mine, the Mollie Kathleen Mine and the Old Hundred Mine. It can also be enjoyed on the Main Streets and museums across Colorado, including Idaho Springs, Cripple Creek and Breckenridge, that showcase the rich history of this important time period.

No lo piense más, aproveche sus vacaciones y diviértase en grande y de lo lindo en compañía de toda su familia visitando el bellísimo, histórico e inolvidable estado de Colorado.

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