Group Events – Travel

Colorado Group Events

Group Events - Weddings, Reunions, Business Meetings

Colorado is here to facilitate weddings, reunions, business meetings, or whatever group events and travel means to you. Colorado has developed into a world-class destination on many levels, including lodging choices ranging from the most exquisite custom homes to brand-name hotels and more out-of-the-way lodges. For many, Colorado means adventure and fun. With so many types of activities, everyone in your group will be satisfied. Venues for your event are also plentiful. We suggest contacting a professional planner to make your group event the best it can be.

Group/Event Organizers

Organizing and managing group events is no small task; hiring a professional is best. Experienced event organizers are available in Colorado’s popular resort towns and larger metropolitan areas, such as Denver, Boulder, or Colorado Springs. These companies are familiar with towns, travel, and amenities. They will help you find and select the best facilities for your group's needs.

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Recreation and Entertainment

Colorado is all about recreation and entertainment. The state’s top resort towns have developed into experts in accommodating the recreational needs of guests. With various recreational organizations and venues to draw from, the recreational expectations of groups of all types will be satisfied.

Group Recreation Ideas:

  • Skiing and Snowboarding - beginner through advanced, with programs and schools.
  • Non-skier activities - a long list of alternatives.
  • Adventure Parks - onsight resort parks or off-site specialty adventure parks.
  • Sightseeing - gondola and chairlift rides, balloon rides, and other tours.
  • Scenic Train Rides - several choices across the state.
  • River activities - whitewater rafting and river boating.
  • Lakes - sailing, SUP, motorboating, beaches, and more.
  • Fishing - guided fishing trips.
  • Pools and Hot Springs - onsite pools, hot tubs, and near by natural hot springs.
  • Spas and Wellness centers - onsite certified staff.
  • Golf
  • Group Tours - hiking, biking, ski touring, snowshoeing, horseback tours, wagon and sleigh rides, nature tours, historical tours, jeep tours, snowmobile tours, hot air balloon tours, and more.
  • The Arts - performing arts venues, exhibits, retreats, classes, etc.
  • Music venues - music festivals and events, local bars, and dedicated venues.


Resort Town Lodging

Popular resort communities such as Vail, Beaver Creek, Telluride, Aspen/Snowmass, Steamboat Springs, and the like offer the broadest range of accommodations, including hotels, custom homes, estates, and neighboring guest facilities.

Luxury Hotels

Colorado has over 200 luxury hotels to choose from. Some examples are The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, The Little Nell in Aspen, The Ritz-Carlton at Bachelor Gulch, and several in the Denver area. All of these luxury hotels are well-appointed and include various guest facilities.

Guest Ranches

Guest Ranches for Group Events

Colorado has hundreds of guest ranches, also known as dude ranches. These ranches provide a more out-of-the-way experience, as most are tucked away in remote Colorado locations. Guest ranches, for the most part, are Colorado’s historical cattle ranches modernized. Like cattle ranches from the Old West, guest ranches are all-inclusive. Often, lodging is within a bunkhouse, a main lodge, or private cabins scattered about the property. Meals are served at the main lodge, either restaurant-style or family-style, and western BBQ setups are common, too.

Guest Ranch Activities

Guest ranches generally have an old-west theme of western horseback riding and cattle activities. However, many guest ranches are revolutionizing what is offered at ranches. More and more guest ranches are becoming luxury experiences with four and 5-star ratings. In addition to the traditional western horseback trail riding and round-ups, it’s not uncommon for the following activities to be available:

  • Event hosting - weddings, corporate retreats, seminars.
  • Wagon and Sleigh rides.
  • Pools and hot springs.
  • Complete spas and wellness classes - traditional spa activities and sometimes health and wellness-trained staff.
  • River and lake access - river, lake, and fishing activities.
  • Hunting - seasonal guided hunting.
  • Skiing & snowshoeing - cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and sometimes snowcat access downhill skiing.
  • Mountain biking & snow biking - designated trails.
  • Hiking and walking paths - access and guided tours.
  • Tennis courts and other outside game setups.


Colorado Transportation

Getting to Colorado is easy via Denver International Airport (DIA). This airport is the 10th business airport in the world and is rated the best-run airport in North America. DIA is also a hub for travelers whose destination is one of Colorao’s resort towns or adjacent communities. Colorado has over 13 regional airports that are served via DIA. Making traveling to your mountain town destination fast and easy. Ground transportation, such as trains and shuttle services, also reside from DIA and within Colorado’s communities. However, your group visitors, coming from any direction, will find getting to and around Colorado a stress-free endeavor.


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