Colorado is full of iconic mountain towns and bustling cities, so take some time to explore these great destinations.
Aspen / Snowmass
Ski Town USA welcomes visitors year-round for awesome outdoor sports and posh amenities.
The unofficial capital city of the Rocky Mountain West, Denver is a sprawling city.
The gem of southern Colorado, Durango is a college town close to desert recreation and big mountains.
This iconic Western city has great natural springs and a quaint downtown.
Grand Junction is an economically vibrant community with quick desert access and a thriving vineyard scene.
Colorado's playground is home to five major ski resorts and excellent fly fishing.
Leadville attracts visitors with its historic downtown and nearby access to big mountains and trout-filled streams.
Telluride is home to celebrities, millionaires and ski bums who revel in the small-town atmosphere centered around mountains and the annual bluegrass festival.
The largest ski resort in America sits above two base villages known for their posh amenities.
Colorado's second city, Colorado Springs has a big regional airport and close proximity to such natural wonders as Garden of the Gods.
The biggest little town in southern Colorado, Delta's main street straight out of the 1950s.
Open desert marked by colorful mesas, long meandering rivers and deep canyons make southern Utah an explorer's dream.