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Colorado is a
state of extreme high-mountain adventure, with exciting horse trails
and with 54 peaks rising above
14,000 feet. Journey to the subalpine meadows of Rocky Mountain
National Park, and watch herds of elk and mountain sheep graze as
golden eagles soar high above. Visit ancient Anasazi ruins at Mesa
Verde National Park. Become enchanted with out-of-this-world rock
formations at Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs. Take skiing
lessons at Aspen or Breckenridge. Denver and smaller towns like
Estes Park, offer great vacation hospitality with shopping, dining,
activities and day trips for the whole family. Breathe in the fresh
mountain air in the unforgettable experience that is Colorado!
Colorado is the
only U.S. state that lies
entirely above 3281 feet (1000 meters) in elevation. The states
lowest elevation is 3315 feet (1010) meters.
Colorado has approximately 550 mountain peaks that exceed 13,123
(4000 meters) The highest point is the summit of Mount Elbert at
14,440 feet (4401 meters).
The world's largest flat-top mountain is in Grand Mesa.
Once primarily a mining and agricultural state, Colorado's economy
driven by the service industries, including medical providers and
other business and professional services. Breathtaking scenery and
world-class skiing make Colorado a prime tourist
destination. Colorado has almost as many dead towns (about 500) as
live ones (650).
Mining booms and busts left the mountains littered with more than
300 ghost towns that fascinate locals and tourists. The eastern
plains and western canyon lands are also haunted by more than 200
Every year Denver host the world's largest Rodeo, the Western Stock
The horse industry in Colorado generates direct and indirect over
The total economy impact exceeds 1.6 billion.
Horse Population: 260,000 horses approximately
106,600 Quarter Horses
Total Economic Impact: $ 1.6 billion
Land Area: 103,717 sq. miles
Highest Point: Mt. Elbert with 14,433 feet
Lowest Point: Arikaree River with 3315 feet
Geographic Center: 30 miles NW of Pikes Peak
10 largest cities:
Colorado Springs: 369,815;
Fort Collins: 128,026;
Check out Colorado
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