When people think of Denver, Colorado, they likely think of a couple different things right away.
They probably call to mind the pretty liberal attitude in the political and city management realm.
Colorado was one of the first states to legalize recreational cannabis use, and Colorado is always quick to encourage less conservative family values. The second thing that probably shoots to the forefront of one’s mind is skiing. Winter sports are definitely right up there at the top of the list of things to do in Denver, but it is not just a winter area. There are multitudes of outdoor adventures awaiting you in Denver. Rocky Mountain National Park is on the bucket list of many an outdoor enthusiast. The millions of visitors that visit every year make the park one of the most popular attractions in the state. At 415 square miles, there is plenty of room to spread out and relax in the majesty that surrounds you. Whether enhanced by your legal use of cannabis or not, you are sure to be amazed by the beauty. There are over a hundred lakes and over three hundred miles worth of hiking trails available in Rocky Mountain National Park, so bring good hiking boots when you come. Within the last decade, the park has even been listed as one of National Geographic’s best trips in the world. There is only a minimal fee to enter the park – right now, it is only $25 per car per day – so it is a bargain to gawk at the elk, the moose, or the bighorn sheep you are likely to encounter.