COLORADO BUCKET LIST: Epic Things to Do in Colorado in 2022 | Destinations to Add to Your List

COLORADO BUCKET LIST: Epic Things to Do in Colorado in 2022 | Destinations to Add to Your List

Real Estate Tips:
Investing in real estate is one way to earn a return on your money as long as you choose your property wisely and purchase at a fair price. You can purchase a home and sell it when it increases in value. You can also purchase rental properties that provide you with an income, although you must deal with the headaches of being a landlord. Investing in real estate investment trusts (REITs) is another way to invest in real estate without having to actually own a physical property. Make sure that any money you invest is done so with a specific goal in mind. If you just want to preserve capital and beat inflation a little, stick with money markets and bonds. If you are saving for retirement far in advance, look for growth stocks. If you want income streams, look for dividend stocks and real estate income trusts.

3 Popular Attractions In Colorado

  • Loveland Ski Area: Ski area in Georgetown, Colorado.
  • ColoradoFacts:

    • Katherine Lee Bates wrote ï¿?merica the Beautifulï¿?after being inspired by the view from Pikes Peak.
    • The Colorado Rockies are part of the North American Cordillera, which stretches 3,000 miles from Alaska, through western Canada and the United States, into northern Mexico. The centerpieces of this dramatic uplift are the peaks over 14,000 feet, or “Fourteeners”, as they are affectionately referred to by climbers. There are 52 Fourteeners in Colorado.
    • The world’s largest natural hot springs pool located in Glenwood Springs. The two-block long pool is across the street from the historic Hotel Colorado, a favorite stop of former president Teddy Roosevelt.
    • The much-loved tire clamp was created in Colorado.
    The 15 Colorado counties with a population of at least 50,000

    2020 Rank County 2020 Census Change 2010 Census Change 2000 Census
    1 El Paso County 730,395 +17.38% 622,263 +20.38% 516,934
    2 City and County of Denver 715,522 +19.22% 600,158 +8.37% 553,805
    3 Arapahoe County 655,070 +14.52% 572,003 +17.01% 488,829
    4 Jefferson County 582,910 +9.05% 534,543 +1.73% 525,449
    5 Adams County 519,572 +17.66% 441,603 +26.87% 348,076
    6 Larimer County 359,066 +19.84% 299,630 +19.14% 251,489
    7 Douglas County 357,978 +25.40% 285,465 +62.44% 175,732
    8 Boulder County 330,758 +12.29% 294,567 +9.19% 269,784
    9 Weld County 328,981 +30.12% 252,825 +39.86% 180,766
    10 Pueblo County 168,162 +5.72% 159,063 +12.42% 141,490
    11 Mesa County 155,703 +6.12% 146,723 +25.47% 116,939
    12 City and County of Broomfield 74,112 +32.61% 55,889 +42.57% 39,202
    13 Garfield County 61,685 +9.39% 56,389 +28.78% 43,786
    14 Eagle County 55,731 +6.77% 52,197 +25.40% 41,623
    15 La Plata County 55,638 +8.38% 51,334 +16.78% 43,957

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    The 19 Colorado municipalities with a population of at least 50,000

    2020 Rank Municipality 2020 Census Change 2010 Census Change 2000 Census
    1 City and County of Denver 715,522 +19.22% 600,158 +8.21% 554,636
    2 City of Colorado Springs 478,961 +15.02% 416,427 +15.39% 360,890
    3 City of Aurora 386,261 +18.82% 325,078 +17.61% 276,393
    4 City of Fort Collins 169,810 +17.94% 143,986 +21.35% 118,652
    5 City of Lakewood 155,984 +9.09% 142,980 −0.80% 144,126
    6 City of Thornton 141,867 +19.44% 118,772 +44.17% 82,384
    7 City of Arvada 124,402 +16.88% 106,433 +4.19% 102,153
    8 City of Westminster 116,317 +9.62% 106,114 +5.13% 100,940
    9 City of Pueblo 111,876 +4.95% 106,595 +4.38% 102,121
    10 City of Greeley 108,795 +17.12% 92,889 +20.74% 76,930
    11 City of Centennial 108,418 +8.01% 100,377 NA NA
    12 City of Boulder 108,250 +11.16% 97,385 +2.86% 94,673
    13 City of Longmont 98,885 +14.62% 86,270 +21.35% 71,093
    14 City of Loveland 76,378 +14.24% 66,859 +32.11% 50,608
    15 City and County of Broomfield 74,112 +32.61% 55,889 +46.03% 38,272
    16 Town of Castle Rock 73,158 +51.68% 48,231 +138.48% 20,224
    17 City of Grand Junction 65,560 +11.94% 58,566 +39.49% 41,986
    18 City of Commerce City 62,418 +35.95% 45,913 +118.73% 20,991
    19 Town of Parker 58,512 +29.17% 45,297 +92.28% 23,558

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    The eight census-designated places in Colorado with a population of at least 20,000

    2020 Rank Census-designated place 2020 Census Change 2010 Census Change 2000 Census
    1 Highlands Ranch CDP 103,444 +6.96% 96,713 +36.35% 70,931
    2 Security-Widefield CDP 38,639 +17.51% 32,882 +10.18% 29,845
    3 Dakota Ridge CDP 33,892 +5.90% 32,005 NA NA
    4 Ken Caryl CDP 33,811 +4.23% 32,438 +5.02% 30,887
    5 Pueblo West CDP 33,086 +11.64% 29,637 +75.38% 16,899
    6 Columbine CDP 25,229 +3.91% 24,280 +0.77% 24,095
    7 Four Square Mile CDP 22,872 NA NA NA NA
    8 Clifton CDP 20,413 +2.63% 19,889 +14.67% 17,345

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    Team Home First game Sport League
    Boulder County Bombers Boulder November 2011 Roller derby Women's Flat Track Derby Association
    Colorado Avalanche Denver October 6, 1995 Ice hockey National Hockey League
    Colorado Eagles Loveland October 17, 2003 Ice hockey American Hockey League
    Colorado Mammoth Denver January 3, 2003 Lacrosse National Lacrosse League
    Colorado Rapids Commerce City April 13, 1996 Soccer Major League Soccer
    Colorado Rockies Denver April 5, 1993 Baseball Major League Baseball
    Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC Colorado Springs March 28, 2015 Soccer USL Championship
    Denver Barbarians Denver Spring 1967 Rugby union Pacific Rugby Premiership
    Denver Broncos Denver September 9, 1960 American football National Football League
    Denver Nuggets Denver September 27, 1967 Basketball National Basketball Association
    Denver Outlaws Denver May 20, 2006 Lacrosse Major League Lacrosse
    Glendale Raptors Glendale Fall 2006 Rugby union Major League Rugby
    Grand Junction Rockies Grand Junction June 18, 2012 Baseball Pioneer League (Rookie, Minor League Baseball)
    Rocky Mountain Rollergirls Denver July 2005 Roller derby Women's Flat Track Derby Association
    Rocky Mountain Vibes Colorado Springs June 2019 Baseball Pioneer League (Rookie, Minor League Baseball)

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    What are the best things to do in Colorado and destinations to add to your Colorado bucket list in 2022?

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    The state boasts some of the best things to do and epic places to see. The state is known for its wildlife, outdoor activities, ghost towns, gold rush days, and rich history. There are so many places to see and places to explore it can be hard to figure out what to do first.

    As Colorado locals we’re sharing our favorite bucket list items to add to your list this year. These are unforgettable destinations that are perfect for summer or winter.
    Contents of this Video:
    00:00 Intro
    0:30 Skyline Drive, CO
    2:13 Glenwood Springs Caves
    2:33 King's Row Cave
    3:41 Fairy Caves
    5:13 Breckenridge Troll
    7:32 Garden of the Gods
    9:34 Royal Gorge Bridge & Park
    11:50 Outro

    Skyline Drive: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xm_Y_aLkWZk

    Glenwood Springs Caves: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaraN8NQ1YE&t=302s

    Breckenridge Troll: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjJ25VH2OmY

    Garden of the Gods: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMInPt-lNc4&t=44s

    Royal Gorge Bridge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ea-f8yIRKQM&t=2s />
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