Colorado enjoys an average of 300 sunny days per year from its location at the west of the United States. It is known for its whitewater rafting rivers and its section of the Rocky Mountains. People from all over the world visit and stay in a luxury Colorado vacation home or Colorado luxury vacations just to see and experience what Colorado has to offer. The state has the highest overall elevation in the United States and has a variety of different ecosystems. Colorado is split north to south by the Rocky Mountains. The western side consists of rugged mountains and the east boasts high prairie. You can choose to stay in a luxury Colorado vacation home or Colorado luxury vacations on either side.
Due to its reputation for its mountainous terrain, visitors may be surprised to find that little of the state is actually mountainous. The highest peak of Colorado’s 54 mountains is that of Mount Elbert. Much of Colorado’s most iconic natural beauty is found outside of the national parks, in the national monuments, state parks and national forests. One of the state’s major sources of income is tourism which is supported by hiking/camping, hunting, skiing, fishing and reservations of a luxury Colorado vacation home or Colorado luxury vacations.