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1. Luxe Hotels
Just because you’re in casual Colorado, doesn’t mean you have to forgo frills. Check into the Little Nell, Aspen’s only ski-in, ski-out five-star resort, to see a favorite playground for luxury lovers. Wishes for high-end amenities, like in-room massages or bottles from the award-winning wine cellar, come true at this mountain retreat. More Colorado resorts >>
2. Colorado Camping
Pitch your tent at Rocky Mountain National Park’s Moraine Park campground. campers are surrounded by ponderosa pine forest and more than 300 miles of world-class hiking trails. Nearby, Estes Park’s shops, restaurants and family fun await. in the fall, the unforgettable mating calls of the resident elks can often be heard. More Colorado campgrounds >>
3. Colorado Huts
Cross-country skiers and hikers should add the 10th Mountain Division hut system to their must-experience lists. Thirty high-altitude huts nestled in the Rocky Mountains are a welcome, safe respite for those traversing the 350 miles of trail between them. Similarly no-nonsense accommodations are available through Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s year-round yurt system.
4. Cozy Comforts
For an escape with a homey feel, check into the Tarabino Inn Bed & Breakfast in Trinidad, which takes you back in time to experience the hospitality of the Victorian era in a home originally built in 1907. Tarabino’s gourmet breakfasts include Italian stratas, frittatas and lemon-blueberry pancakes. More Colorado B&Bs >>
5. Happy Trails, Dude
Toasting marshmallows and singing campfire songs are just the start of family dude ranch experiences, which are sprinkled throughout the state and offer everything from get-your-hands-dirty, honest- to-goodness working ranches to ranch-gone-resort. C Lazy U Ranch in Granby has perfected the vacation balance with a renowned kids’ program that leaves adults with lots of alone time, while Latigo Ranch in Kremmling offers spectacular views of the Continental Divide and a historic log lodge with all the modern comforts. More about Colorado dude ranches >>
6. Historic Hotels
Come see what Calvin Coolidge missed! he was the only U.S. president who did not visit Denver’s Brown Palace hotel while serving in the White house since it opened in 1892. We appreciate the Brown’s luxury amenities, first-class service and luxurious spa, but it’s walking in the footsteps of those that have gone before that we crave. Many Colorado hotels including the Strater Hotel in Durango, New Sheridan Hotel in Telluride, The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs and the Hotel Colorado in Glenwood Springs serve history along with a restful place to spend the night. More historic Colorado hotels >>
7. RV Parking Here
Perched on 23 acres along the Collegiate Peaks Scenic Byway, Arrowhead Point Campground and Cabins in Buena Vista offers RVers well-appointed sites that accommodate pull throughs and slide outs. Lounge under a zillion stars at the site that was an original 1800s Pony Express and stagecoach stop and get active at the resort’s putt-putt golf course, heated pool or playground. More about Colorado RV camping >>