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Planning a vacation in Colorado is perfect for adventure seekers and families of all ages. Whether you love skiing and winter activities or hiking and sightseeing – Colorado has it all. After spending time at the local attractions, you can relax in your Colorado timeshare and plan for the next day’s activities. If you want to visit during the high seasons, June – August will provide plenty of warm weather fun and November – April are excellent months for all types of winter recreation.

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Families who love to ski or snowboard will definitely want to make the trip to one of the mountain towns during the winter months. You can find a Colorado timeshare in Vail, Avon, Breckenridge, Aspen among the quaint towns in the state. The town of Vail offers not only skiing and snowboarding adventures, but you will also love shopping in the boutiques and visiting chalet-style restaurants. The kids can participate in supervised programs and activities while their parents tackle the slopes.

Pikes Peak

Known as one of the best “fourteeners” in Colorado, Pikes Peak near Colorado Springs is an excellent destination for both young and young at heart. You can take the family hiking up to the snow-capped peak or drive along Highway 24. The kids might also enjoy riding the Pikes Peak Cog Railway which travels along 8.9 miles of scenic landscape to the top of the mountain. After resting up at your Colorado timeshare, head out to Cave of the Winds Mountain Park. Depending on your skill level and bravery, Caving 101 is great for an authentic adventure, while the Lantern Tour is a little more sedate and the Discovery Tour is wonderful for kids. The best times to visit the area are March to May or September to October.

Black Canyon

If you are staying in a Colorado timeshare in Grand Junction, you will not want to miss out on a trip to the Black Canyon of Gunnison National Park. When traveling with kids, make sure to check out the Junior Ranger program. Kids will learn about preserving and protecting national parks while exploring nature and attending ranger-led programs. Adults will enjoy hiking the steep cliffs and admiring the views from Gunnison Point, Chasm View, and Warner Point.

Durango and Silverton

Another picturesque destination is the town of Durango. The historic downtown area offers an Old West feel and the Narrow Gauge Railway is a major attraction. You can ride the historic train from the Durango to the former mining town of Silverton or take your mountain bike for a tour through the backcountry. Plan to stop in Gudy’s Rest where you can enjoy lunch before heading back to town. During the winter, Purgatory Ski Resort and Telluride are the main attractions and is popular with both locals and tourists.

Traveling is a wonderful way to connect with both family and friends. If Colorado is on your bucket list of states to visit, you will find a large range of destinations that will entertain everyone. Check out an available Colorado timeshare where you will enjoy both resort activities and a comfortable home away from home.