Full Spring Blog


Every new season brings the opportunity for grand adventures. As the sun starts to come out, Colorado shifts from the snowy wonderland to a scenic sunshine state. So, now it's time to lighten up your life with these unique Colorado experiences. From the steaming hot springs to the best spots for spirits, let me be your guide to Spring in Colorado!



Yampah Spa & Vapor Caves

This unique location includes caves where you can sit and absorb the spring's vapors in a one-of-a-kind experience.

Glenwood Hot Springs

A source of relaxation, exhilaration, breathtaking vistas, and natural healing waters. Welcome to one mother nature of an experience.

Strawberry Park Hot Springs

Strawberry Hot Springs is thrilled to continue welcoming guests. They have generous outdoor areas, open-air pools, and plenty of Colorado sunshine.

*photo courtesy of Facebook @Strawberry-Park-Hot-Springs*



Seven Bridges Trail

This trail is great for families! One of the best features of this trail is the waterfall running next to the trail. Stopping to play in the water is one of the joys of this favored Colorado hike

Catamount Falls Trail

This stroll is a great hike with a reservoir at the top. Catamount Falls Trail starts at a pretty good uphill with stops for a town overlook, then a chance to take a breather in the sun or the shade at the top of the saddle.

Garden of the Gods

This is a classic location for a walk! Whether you're looking for a short stroll or a longer hike, Garden of the Gods will not disappoint.

*photo courtesy of 303Magazine*



Denver Beer Co.

The favorite Colorado beer is Princess Yum Yum BUT right now, they are featuring their Passion Yum Yum! This is a MUST if you want to live like natives. Located in an old car garage, Denver Beer Co.’s big doors are always open on warm days, giving the brewery an open-air feel.

*photo courtesy of Denver Beer Co's Instagram @denverbeerco*

Oskar Blues Brewery

Oskar Blues Guava Rodeo Beer is here! Wake up your palate with this fruited sour ale ideal for springtime sipping. In 2002, in the funky little town of Lyons, Colorado, they shattered craft beer convention by stuffing their voluminously hopped mutha of a brew, Dale’s Pale Ale, into a portable, crushable, infinitely recyclable can.

Wonderland Brewing Co.

It doesn't get more "Colorado" than this hidden gem brewery. They feature tasty beers like a Blood Orange Shandy Time and Raspberry Cellarman Gothic. But what makes them truly Colorado is the mini-golf course with a mini Blucifer (the blue horse near DIA).

*Photo courtesy of Wonderland Brewing Co's Instagram @wonderlandbrewingco*

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