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Colorado is the ideal winter destination with unparalleled skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice-skating, snow tubing, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, events and festivals, and a rich cultural heritage. Plan your Colorado vacation now and find out if you're Colo-Ready!

30 Hot Springs for Serious Soaks

Colorado’s mountains have plenty of activities to get your heart racing, but they’re also perfect for kicking back. Dip into our many natural hot springs, where you can soothe sore muscles after a long day of hiking or skiing. Many also offer water slides and kid-friendly amenities.

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Featured Events

Denver Restaurant Week

Denver Restaurant Week

Denver Restaurant Week is a 10-day celebration of the culinary scene in Denver. Hundreds of participating restaurants will offer multi-course dinners at three different fixed prices. Feb. 21–March 1, 2020

Cañon City Music and Blossom Festival - dancers with flower flags dancing on street

Cañon City Music & Blossom Festival

Held since 1938, the festival is one of the state's premier spring events. View a spectacular parade, take a stroll through the chocolate walk or participate in the Blossom Run. April 29–May 3, 2020

6 REASONS TO LOVE WINTER IN COLORADO'S SKI TOWNS

6 REASONS TO LOVE WINTER IN SKI TOWNS

The first snowflakes swirling from the sky in late fall signal the start of another sensational winter in Colorado's ski towns — on and off the slopes. If you have any doubts about there being enough wonder in Colorado’s winterland, one trip will forever put them to rest.

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Featured Destinations

99 Gorgeous Places in Colorado

We’ve rounded up 99 of the state’s most spectacular vistas (in no particular order) where you can Come to Life in Colorado. Point your camera’s viewfinder at these epic landscapes, and you’re practically guaranteed a postcard-worthy result.

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