It's hard to beat what the Rockies have to offer. A plethora of world-class skiing in the winter, and all the hiking, backpacking, camping, mountain biking, and rafting you could hope for in the summer. Looking for a challenge?Maybe try your hand at one of Colorado's 14,000 ft peaks (there's somewhere between 53 and 58, depending who you ask).

Top Adventures in Colorado

Hike to Hanging Lake

3.2 mi / 1004 ft gain

Climb and Hike in the Garden of the Gods


Backpack to the 3 Crater Lakes

6.5 mi / 2100 ft gain

Backpack to Mirror and Crater Lakes

15 mi / 2500 ft gain

Hike to King Lake

11 mi / 2500 ft gain

Strawberry Park Hot Springs

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Colorado camping, hotels, and more

Avon, Colorado

Bright Condo with Pool & Hot Tub - Near Gondola

From $169/night

Winter Park, Colorado

Mountain-View Townhome with Private Hot Tub

From $156/night

Silverthorne, Colorado

Serene Condo in Wildernest - Close to Ski Resorts

From $121/night

Vail, Colorado

All-Seasons Condo with Balcony | Walk to Gondola

From $348/night

Frisco, Colorado

Union Creek Townhomes

From $202/night

Breckenridge, Colorado

Ski-In, Walk-Out Townhome with Pool & Hot Tub

From $236/night

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