Colorado: Rock Out! Sellers' Guide

Colorado invites visitors to be captivated by its Western history, world-renowned ski resorts and mountain scenery, modern art, famous breweries, wonderful wineries and the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains. Ten hours flying time from the UK, Colorado and its capital city, Denver, are year-round destinations. During the spring, summer and autumn months visitors can experience the vibrant capital city of Denver and explore four national parks and a World Heritage Site. There’s also breathtaking scenery on 26 scenic and historic byways, wine tasting in over 80 vineyards and eight historic train rides. Visitors will be spoiled for choice with a myriad of world-class activities, from hiking, cycling, wildlife watching to white-water rafting, horse-riding and rock-climbing. In the winter months your clients can head to one of the 28 world-class ski resorts where skiing and boarding the world-famous Rockies while admiring panoramic vistas of jagged mountain peaks is the norm. Add crisp, blue-sky days and incredibly varied terrain, and it’s easy to understand why Colorado attracts more skier and snowboarder visits than any other state in the US. From sky-scraping, snow-capped mountains, to rolling prairies, rushing rivers to desert lands, visitors can be sure to experience it all in Colorado. Colorado

national park / GRASSLAND

CITY NATIONAL MONUMEnT

By Numbers

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4 NATIONAL PARKS

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28 SKI AREAS AND RESORTS

8 NATIONAL MONUMENTS 8 HISTORIC RAILROADS 26 SCENIC BYWAYS OVER 30 HOT SPRINGS

41 STATE PARKS

9,600KMOF RIVERS OVER 350 BREWERIES 960WILDLIFE SPECIES

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