There is a moment when in the wilderness where everything is quiet except for the sounds of nature. The warm breeze blows through the tree, birds chirp cheerfully, and wildlife rustles through the bushes. These sounds are peaceful, a testament to the power and beauty in nature. There is a quietness that lets the mind relax, and a feeling of true serenity. Most Coloradans would agree that this is a feeling worth protecting, something that can only be found in the outdoors.
Colorado's culture is as vibrant and full of positivity as anywhere else in the world. There are so many things to do here, and it's a state that naturally encourages people to open up their eyes, their hearts, and their minds. To get out of their houses, away from their TVs and computers and experience the world without walls. Culture is all around us. Are you ready to find it?
If you’re well rehearsed in the Colorado lifestyle, you know that being outdoors and underneath the sun and stars is one of the most popular things to do, all year round. Colorado offers a wide variety of outdoor activities for one to embark on, and one of the most unique ones is to head down south to the Great Sand Dunes National Park. These sand dunes have formed over thousands of years as sand from streams and lakes on the San Luis Valley floor have been carried by winds, thus resulting in the massive playground of gigantic sand mountains.
Ruby Hill Park is celebrating the opening of its newly constructed bike park that opened in late July. The 7.5 acre course offers various runs that appeal to riders of all skill levels including pump tracks, skills courses, dirt jumps and a slope style course.
Weekend warriors, urban explorers and beer-loving bar goers; this is for you. Colorado Culture wants to help you out by guiding you for a night on the town for cheap. A part of being Coloradan is exploring your surroundings and finding the most interesting places, so we’re going to help you out by showing you some of the most unique places to start in the Denver area.