10 Best Places to Visit in Colorado – Travel Video

10 Best Places to Visit in Colorado – Travel Video

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3 Popular Attractions In Colorado

  • New Belgium Brewing: Brewery in Fort Collins, Colorado.
  • ColoradoFacts:

    • Katherine Lee Bates wrote ï¿?merica the Beautifulï¿?after being inspired by the view from Pikes Peak.
    • Pueblo is the only city in America with four living recipients of the Medal of Honor.
    • Abundant nesting and migrating birds and other native animals provide a “world-class” watchable wildlife experience. Bald eagles and other raptors, sandhill cranes, shore birds and water birds can be seen seasonally at San Luis Lakes near Alamosa.
    • The longest continuous commercial street in America is Colfax Avenue.
    Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
    Record high °F (°C) 76
    (24)
    80
    (27)
    84
    (29)
    90
    (32)
    95
    (35)
    105
    (41)
    105
    (41)
    105
    (41)
    101
    (38)
    90
    (32)
    81
    (27)
    79
    (26)
    105
    (41)
    Mean maximum °F (°C) 65.0
    (18.3)
    67.1
    (19.5)
    74.7
    (23.7)
    80.8
    (27.1)
    88.3
    (31.3)
    96.5
    (35.8)
    99.6
    (37.6)
    96.9
    (36.1)
    92.9
    (33.8)
    84.1
    (28.9)
    73.6
    (23.1)
    65.3
    (18.5)
    100.6
    (38.1)
    Average high °F (°C) 44.6
    (7.0)
    45.7
    (7.6)
    55.7
    (13.2)
    61.7
    (16.5)
    71.2
    (21.8)
    83.4
    (28.6)
    89.9
    (32.2)
    87.5
    (30.8)
    79.6
    (26.4)
    65.3
    (18.5)
    52.9
    (11.6)
    44.0
    (6.7)
    65.1
    (18.4)
    Average low °F (°C) 18.7
    (−7.4)
    19.7
    (−6.8)
    27.5
    (−2.5)
    33.9
    (1.1)
    43.6
    (6.4)
    53.0
    (11.7)
    60.2
    (15.7)
    58.3
    (14.6)
    50.0
    (10.0)
    37.0
    (2.8)
    26.0
    (−3.3)
    18.4
    (−7.6)
    37.2
    (2.9)
    Mean minimum °F (°C) −3.8
    (−19.9)
    −1.5
    (−18.6)
    9.5
    (−12.5)
    19.8
    (−6.8)
    30.2
    (−1.0)
    41.9
    (5.5)
    51.4
    (10.8)
    48.8
    (9.3)
    35.9
    (2.2)
    19.6
    (−6.9)
    5.4
    (−14.8)
    −3.4
    (−19.7)
    −11
    (−24)
    Record low °F (°C) −29
    (−34)
    −25
    (−32)
    −11
    (−24)
    −2
    (−19)
    19
    (−7)
    30
    (−1)
    42
    (6)
    40
    (4)
    17
    (−8)
    −2
    (−19)
    −18
    (−28)
    −25
    (−32)
    −29
    (−34)
    Average precipitation inches (mm) 0.38
    (9.7)
    0.41
    (10)
    0.86
    (22)
    1.68
    (43)
    2.16
    (55)
    1.94
    (49)
    2.14
    (54)
    1.58
    (40)
    1.35
    (34)
    0.99
    (25)
    0.64
    (16)
    0.35
    (8.9)
    14.48
    (368)
    Average snowfall inches (cm) 6.3
    (16)
    9.1
    (23)
    8.2
    (21)
    4.8
    (12)
    1.2
    (3.0)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    4.8
    (12)
    4.5
    (11)
    10.5
    (27)
    49.4
    (125)
    Average precipitation days (≥ 0.01 in) 4.4 5.5 6.2 9.0 10.4 8.1 8.3 7.5 6.0 5.3 4.6 4.4 79.7
    Average snowy days (≥ 0.1 in) 4.6 5.2 3.9 2.9 0.9 0 0 0 0 1.8 2.7 4.7 26.7
    Average relative humidity (%) 55.2 55.8 53.7 49.6 51.7 49.3 47.8 49.3 50.1 49.2 56.3 56.6 52.0
    Average dew point °F (°C) 12.7
    (−10.7)
    16.2
    (−8.8)
    19.9
    (−6.7)
    26.2
    (−3.2)
    35.8
    (2.1)
    43.5
    (6.4)
    48.4
    (9.1)
    47.7
    (8.7)
    39.6
    (4.2)
    28.6
    (−1.9)
    21.0
    (−6.1)
    14.2
    (−9.9)
    29.5
    (−1.4)
    Mean monthly sunshine hours 215.3 211.1 255.6 276.2 290.0 315.3 325.0 306.4 272.3 249.2 194.3 195.9 3,106.6
    Percent possible sunshine 72 70 69 69 65 70 71 72 73 72 65 67 70
    Average ultraviolet index 2 3 5 7 9 10 11 10 7 5 3 2 6
    Source 1: NOAA (sun, relative humidity and dew point 1961−1990)[77][78][79][80][81]
    Source 2: Weather Atlas (Average UV index)[82]

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    Climate data for Denver Water Department (elevation 5228 ft)
    Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
    Record high °F (°C) 76
    (24)
    77
    (25)
    84
    (29)
    91
    (33)
    99
    (37)
    107
    (42)
    108
    (42)
    104
    (40)
    99
    (37)
    90
    (32)
    82
    (28)
    76
    (24)
    108
    (42)
    Average high °F (°C) 48.1
    (8.9)
    48.6
    (9.2)
    57.9
    (14.4)
    64.7
    (18.2)
    73.9
    (23.3)
    85.1
    (29.5)
    92.8
    (33.8)
    89.7
    (32.1)
    81.2
    (27.3)
    67.6
    (19.8)
    55.2
    (12.9)
    46.7
    (8.2)
    67.6
    (19.8)
    Average low °F (°C) 20.4
    (−6.4)
    21.2
    (−6.0)
    29.6
    (−1.3)
    35.9
    (2.2)
    45.5
    (7.5)
    54.7
    (12.6)
    62.2
    (16.8)
    59.5
    (15.3)
    49.3
    (9.6)
    37.4
    (3.0)
    27.5
    (−2.5)
    19.8
    (−6.8)
    38.6
    (3.7)
    Record low °F (°C) −5
    (−21)
    −14
    (−26)
    −2
    (−19)
    19
    (−7)
    26
    (−3)
    36
    (2)
    49
    (9)
    45
    (7)
    22
    (−6)
    15
    (−9)
    0
    (−18)
    −11
    (−24)
    −14
    (−26)
    Average precipitation inches (mm) 0.37
    (9.4)
    0.50
    (13)
    1.04
    (26)
    2.20
    (56)
    2.26
    (57)
    1.37
    (35)
    1.90
    (48)
    2.06
    (52)
    1.16
    (29)
    1.16
    (29)
    0.49
    (12)
    0.46
    (12)
    14.97
    (378.4)
    Average snowfall inches (cm) 5.6
    (14)
    6.2
    (16)
    10.4
    (26)
    4.5
    (11)
    0.6
    (1.5)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    0.1
    (0.25)
    2.3
    (5.8)
    3.9
    (9.9)
    7.5
    (19)
    41.1
    (103.45)
    Source: Desert Research Institute

    ,

    Climate data for Central Park, Denver, 1991–2020 normals
    Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
    Average high °F (°C) 46.5
    (8.1)
    47.5
    (8.6)
    56.4
    (13.6)
    62.5
    (16.9)
    71.7
    (22.1)
    84.1
    (28.9)
    90.2
    (32.3)
    87.9
    (31.1)
    80.1
    (26.7)
    66.7
    (19.3)
    54.8
    (12.7)
    45.9
    (7.7)
    66.2
    (19.0)
    Average low °F (°C) 17.6
    (−8.0)
    19.3
    (−7.1)
    27.1
    (−2.7)
    33.7
    (0.9)
    43.4
    (6.3)
    52.9
    (11.6)
    59.3
    (15.2)
    57.2
    (14.0)
    48.2
    (9.0)
    35.7
    (2.1)
    25.5
    (−3.6)
    17.7
    (−7.9)
    36.5
    (2.5)
    Average precipitation inches (mm) 0.46
    (12)
    0.53
    (13)
    1.12
    (28)
    1.67
    (42)
    2.29
    (58)
    1.68
    (43)
    2.12
    (54)
    1.83
    (46)
    1.51
    (38)
    0.98
    (25)
    0.70
    (18)
    0.47
    (12)
    15.36
    (390)
    Average snowfall inches (cm) 6.4
    (16)
    7.6
    (19)
    8.8
    (22)
    6.2
    (16)
    1.4
    (3.6)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    0
    (0)
    0.8
    (2.0)
    3.9
    (9.9)
    7.3
    (19)
    6.6
    (17)
    49.0
    (124)
    Source: NOAA [66]

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    Climate data for Denver
    Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
    Mean daily daylight hours 10.0 11.0 12.0 13.0 14.0 15.0 15.0 14.0 12.0 11.0 10.0 9.0 12.2
    Average Ultraviolet index 2 3 5 7 9 10 11 10 7 5 3 2 6.2

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    Source: Weather Atlas[83]

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    Check out all the places seen in this video: https://www.touropia.com/best-places-to-visit-in-colorado/

    Split down the middle by the vast Rocky Mountains and jam-packed with national parks and wilderness areas, Colorado is an ideal travel destination for outdoor pursuits in every season. From skiing and whitewater rafting to hiking, biking and camping, outdoor activities are a way of life in the Centennial State. The state’s fun-loving culture attracts visitors looking for a laidback vacation too. After all, Colorado produces more beer than any other state. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in Colorado:

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    2. I would suggest that you drive I-25 through Glenwood Canyon which is between Vail and Glewood Springs. The engineering of that highway through the canyon is spectacular.

      Also, if you go south of Mesa Verde you can get to the four-corners area where Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico all meet.

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