Colorado, America's highest state has a mainly mountainous area 104,100 sq miles of dramatic history, memories of frenzied gold boom, fur traders and today, its rising economic development. How can one travel comfortably and cruise across additional spectacular scenery? Think of traveling by Colorado charter bus and you'll see more of this state, cosseted in the plush surroundings of your very own temperature controlled coach bus.
Consider this, you might decide to take an overland drive going all the way to the high mountains of Colorado (the Rockies), which have earned for it distinction of being the most impressive scenery in the U.S., and if you are an avid skier, you'd love its premier skiing venues and resorts. In your Colorado charter bus, you've have the best of everything. For you'll be watching awe-inspiring scenery around you with refreshments at your elbow, have hot and cold drinks, air conditioning, restroom and video/DVD players, music to add texture to the experience, in a worry free trip.
Colorado's Rocky Mountains inhabit the western side of the state and are an impressive range of 54 mountains whose height exceeds 14,000 ft. Towards the eastern third (of Denver), these mountains merge into the fertile Great Plains. Its' major rivers are the Arkansas, Colorado, South Platte and the Rio Grande.
Colorado, which is bordered the states of (7) Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah is celebrated for its many outdoor pleasures. Its summers are consistently cool and pleasant, while winters consistently showers the perfect, powdery snow required for winter sports pursuits. Travel to your destination in a Colorado charter bus and have the memorable trips.
This state has snow for every month of the year, almost as if to suit whatever vacation time you have available to spend in any of it's various regions. However, the sun does shine throughout the state, with more than 300 inches of snow in the mountain resorts on a yearly basis. Weather temperatures can be unpredictable, with the summer temperatures averaging 85 degrees and the dipping into the 40s. In the mountain ranges, the highs go to the mid-70s, and in the winter, the normal weather is near 30 degrees, and it can dip to 10 degrees, humidity is rather low. You can remember all this in comfort while traveling in your very own Colorado charter bus.
So what are your pleasures? Do you heed the call of wild? In this state, you can hike, bike, swim, fish and kayak your way through its exciting 18 million acres of state and national parks, forests and monuments. Gain precious time bonding, and have more elbow room, do this while traveling in your very own Colorado charter bus, with family and friends.
Or, why not let the hubby and family friends do the outdoors without you gals for a day or two? While you and your female friends have a women's only tour. You'll realize the truth of the shop until you drop, because the list is so exhaustive you may drop before the shopping expedition is done! Go to Denver, where you'll find so many shopping opportunities at the Cherry Creek North, Cherry Creek Shopping Center, LoDo and the Denver Pavilions, which have brand name clothing stores, to trendy and the western clothing boutiques. Then go to the brick pedestrian-only malls of Boulder and Fort Collins, or one of the state's four outlet malls – perfect for bargain hunters. Bargaining may exhaust you, but the trip will be smooth because of your very own Colorado charter bus.
You and your friends live to imbibe history and culture? In the state of Colorado, you can have this distinct pleasure. You can organize a seniors' only tour, where you will see where ancient dinosaurs walked, to Native American sites, and carefully preserved historical ghost towns, and take a break in between by taking a sip at one of the many vineyards around the state. There are around 12 museums managed by the Colorado Historical Society, spread around Colorado, which you can arrange to tour in your own Colorado charter bus. This list is a treat, at Denver there's the Colorado History Museum, Pearce-McAllister Cottage, and the Byers-Evans House Museum, at Pueblo, the El Pueblo History Museum, for Fort Garland, its' the Fort Garland Museum and Pike's Stockade Platteville has the Fort Vasquez Museum, Georgetown has the Georgetown Loop Railroad and Lebanon Silver Mine, Leadville plays host to the Healy House Museum and Dexter Cabin, in Trinidad, you'll find the Trinidad: Trinidad History Museum, and for Montrose: Ute Indian Museum. Join the 400,000 Coloradians and tourists who flock to these museums.
Whether you want to do the great outdoors, or plan to hit the pavements shopping or walking in the footsteps of Colorado's forefathers, think of a Colorado charter bus, and you won't regret a moment of your vacation time.