Leisure

Colorado is known for adventure, but relaxing and taking it easy may also be on the radar. When we describe taking a leisurely Colorado vacation, we mean doing things that all ages and abilities can enjoy without worrying about risk or injury. Whether that be taking a long hike on Leadville's paved Mineral Belt Trail or visiting Leadville's 6 historical museums or stopping at Colorado's Antique Capitol - downtown Florence - and spending an afternoon sorting through thousand of antiques a the 25+ antique stores.
A Colorado leisure vacation doesn't mean you sit in your hotel room watching TV. Let one of the Colorado's historic railroads guide through mountain trails. Colorado is full of hot springs that are filled by water coming from springs far below the earth's surface. An afternoon soak can last as long as you want it - just make sure you drink a lot of water while you're doing it.
Though most popular in the summer, many of Colorado's natural wonders and attractions are open and available for the public all year around. The Royal Gorge Bridge and Park, Rocky Mountain Natural Park are just two of Colorado's natural wonders that you visit year around. Colorado also brings in numerous concerts and festivals full of food, beverage and fun.