Colorado City Named One of the Most Amazing For Those Who Love Nature
If you love Mother Nature, you were wise to move to Colorado. A major international website named this Colorado community as one of the best places in the United States for those who love nature.
Ranking The Best Places In The United States For Those Who Love Nature
The Discoverer is a website that "... transports you to far-off destinations directly from your inbox. Start your week happier, smarter and more worldly with our wanderlust-inducing travel inspiration."
How Do They Get Their Information?
The Discoverer's website adds, "Everything included in The Discoverer’s editions is sourced from locals and in-the-know travelers. Get insider information from members of our community and share everything you know about the places you love most."
Colorado Makes The List
The Discoverer offers an article, "Where To Live in the U.S. If You Love Nature." The article offers seven locations, located from sea to shining sea, ideal for the nature enthusiast.
One community in Colorado made the final cut. The Discoverer recommends the town of Boulder, Colorado for those "...who would happily exchange walks through the mall for strolls on the beach, in the forest, or anywhere else in nature..."
Boulder, located at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, bordered by Flatirons to the west, is home to 104,175 residents. It's also home to the University of Colorado's Boulder campus, the Fiske Planetariums, and the Museum of Natural History.
Things To Do In Boulder, Colorado
When it comes to Boulder's outdoor activities, the Boulder Colorado website suggests exploring 300 miles of "captivating" hiking and biking trails, and 45,000 acres of unspoiled open space. They suggest even the novice outdoor enthusiast will have a great time enjoying kayaking, rock climbing, cycling, paddleboarding, and skiing. The website adds, "This outdoor adventure scene is at once totally accessible to beginners and thrilling to experts."
Colorado City Named One of Best in U.S. For Those Who Love Nature
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