Colorado is a state situated partly in the Western United States, partly in the Southwestern United States and partly in the Mountain States. It is the eighth largest and also the twenty-second most populous state in the USA. It borders Wyoming to the north, Nebraska to the northeast, Kansas to the east, Oklahoma to the southeast, New Mexico to the south, Utah to the west and Arizona to the southwest. Colorado has a very diverse landscape. It includes mountains, forests, mesas, high plains, canyons, plateaus, deserts, and rivers.

Colorado is the tallest state in North America. It is in the Rocky Mountain region. This mountainous state has 54 peaks alone. Rugged hilly landscapes give way to rolling plains from east to west. Also, a diverse climate is responsible for the variety of scenery scattered throughout this state.

The Front Range is in the extreme north. It is home to Rocky Mountain National Park. Just south of here is the both vibrant and populous capital city of Denver. Further south, you’ll encounter the Alpine Valleys and the San Juan Mountains which boast many ski resorts.

Travelers flock to eastern Colorado. Though it is not as densely populated, agriculture thrives here. The western section of this state is full of both beautiful landscapes and empty ghost towns. For adventure seekers, it has beautiful cave dwellings explore and magnificent canyon views.

Gamblers can risk it all in Blackhawk. Canon City has many famous landmarks, including both Supermax Prison and Queen Anne Tea House. Both Colorado Springs and Denver are on the cutting-edge of modern. For a bohemian escape, Fort Collins provides a hip neighborhood for lounging.

Take a tour of fine breweries in the quaint town of Golden. Boulder is also a quiet town with warm cafes and narrow streets. Grand Junction will take you to a Colorado of the past. Skiing fanatics will delight in Aspen, Breckenridge, and Vail. 

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