The Rocky Mountains — Our Top Three Destinations

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Spanning from Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Montana, Wyoming to Idaho, the Rocky Mountains are the largest mountain system in North America. The vast and lightly populated area stretches over 3,000 miles where outdoor aficionados find unspoiled nature, explore old Wild West heritage, discover native culture, rugged mountains, and expansive ranches. The natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains is endless. Within its borders, nine distinctive National Parks encapsulate the great diversity of the region. From Yellowstone National Park and its geysers to Wind Cave National Park featuring one of the world’s longest and most complex cave systems, to Grand Sand Dunes National Park and Glacier National Park with over 700 miles of trails, the Rockies are a paradise for the adventurous visitor.

We have selected our top three destinations in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado that capture the spirit of the region with its unique scenery and vivid history.

Durango — TheHistoric Wild West Town

Silverton— The Secluded Mountain Retreat

Telluride— The Victorian Town 

Images: Ger Ger Words: Tina Ger

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