What does summertime in Colorado mean? To many, it’s the break between ski season, but to others, it means hiking season and a chance to see wildflowers beginning to show themselves to us after a long cold winter. This colorful display takes place at different times during the summer depending on factors like elevation and …
Whether you’re heading out for an easy day hike near the city, planning to climb one of Colorado’s famous fourteeners, or backpacking for several days in some of the state’s national forests and wilderness areas, there are some simple and common-sense “rules” of trail etiquette to follow. These can make the experience much better for …
Fort Collins is Colorado’s fourth largest city, nestled in the northern foothills of the Front Range. It’s gorgeous all year long, with mild enough weather for day hiking opportunities each season. Whether you’re strolling through Old Town, City Park, or amongst the prairies, the town provides plenty of opportunities for a simple hike. Fort Collins …
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Spring is a wonderful time of year in Colorado! By the third week in March, locals are beginning to come out of their winter hibernation. It’s time to start hiking and continue visiting hot springs. There’s so much to do and see in Colorado and spring is a unique season full of festivals. Make use of the state parks while they’re still secluded.
After the vernal equinox on Thursday, March 19th, spring is officially under way. Even though by the third week in March most ski resorts are starting to taper down in terms of popularity, there’s still plenty of snow in the Rockies. You’ll still be seeing that white stuff regularly throughout early spring. It’s easy to see why most locals cherish their springtime too, an unmatched mountain paradise. Our travel guide shows you all the most popular pastimes for your itinerary planning. Sort by tourist attractions or outdoor recreation.
It’s spring! Time to cheers the season and savor the upcoming wildflowers. Find fun things to do this season. With the warmer weather is upon us, enjoy the plethora of seasonal activities.
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