We’re glad you’re here!  This series is where you’ll find some of the best recommendations from GUEST WRITERS WORLDWIDE for places in the world to live in if your passion has to do with spending time in the mountains.  Our featured hiker’s paradise is: 


by Logan & Kallsy of Pages of Travel

Upon arriving in Colorado you will be instantly welcomed by a beautiful skyline and lush snow capped mountain ranges just begging to be climbed. With approximately 58 14ers, four U.S. national parks, nine national forests, four national historic trails, 42 state parks, and one national recreational area – Colorado is an outdoor junkie or hikers dream come true! Colorado parks offer a variety of trail lengths, difficulties, and scenery.

Dream Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park.
Storm Mountain, Estes Park.
Hanging Lake, Glenwood Springs.

In Estes Park, you will be surprised by the scenery and wildlife of all 350 miles of trails that weave throughout Rocky Mountain National Park; while in southern Colorado, Great Sand Dunes National Park will make you feel as if you’ve glided into the Arabian Desert with it’s golden sizzling hot sand that delicately touches the outline of the mountain ranges behind it.

Great Sand Dunes National Park
Red Rocks Ampitheatre.

Thinking of living in or near a city? Popular Denver even has it’s own trails near Red Rocks Amphitheatre, a hiking and yoga area by day, concert venue by night and nearby Boulder has the challenging, yet astonishing, Flatirons. In Colorado Springs you can enjoy free admission to a local favorite, Garden of the Gods, or prepare to ascend a well liked 14er, Pikes Peak. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker or a beginner you won’t have a problem finding a trail to hit in Colorado!

Maroon Bells, Aspen.


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