Explore Colorado

Whitewater Rafting

Throughout Colorado the opportunities for business and leisure groups to experience the state by water are abundant.  Whitewater rafting, one of the states most popular recreations, offers visitors a unique perspective of the area around them and an adventure like no other.  By it's own nature, whitewater rafting is a group activity! Whether floating Class... Read more »


Vineyards and Wineries

Known for its outdoor recreation and abundant ski mountain snow fall, Colorado is rapidly becoming known for a new kind of natures bounty.  Home to over 80 wineries spread throughout several regions, the warm valleys and plateaus of Colorado’s Western Slope, watered by mountain runoff, offer some of the best vineyards in middle America. Colorado... Read more »


Skiing and Snowboarding

Bring your group to Colorado this winter for a ski or snowboard outing. Long known for its epic conditions - feet of powder light snow and sunny skies - skiing and snowboarding the mountains of Colorado is a must do during a group visit.  With over 30 ski resorts throughout the state open October through... Read more »


Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park, designated in 1915 and split by the Continental Divide, is 267,000 acres of natural wonder that your group will not want to miss. Surrounded by the Roosevelt, the Routt, and the Arapahoe National Forests, and located west of Fort Collins, Loveland, and Boulder with Granby and Estes Park as gateways, Rocky... Read more »


Maroon Bells

Often considered the most photographed peaks in Colorado, the Maroon Bells - located near Aspen - is a premier scenic overlook your group has to visit while here.   Nestled in the White River National Forest, on the border between Pitkin and Gunnison Counties, the ‘Bells’ are composed of two peaks over 14,000 feet in elevation... Read more »


Giddy Up at the Rodeo

A fundamental part of the Colorado culture is the rodeo.  Held in more than 34 towns and cities around the state throughout the summer months, there is a pro and/or junior rodeo convenient to nearly every destination. Your group will thrill to the action and atmosphere of a local rodeo when visiting for a business... Read more »


Garden of the Gods

A registered Natural National Landmark in Colorado Springs, Garden of the Gods is an awe inspiring natural wonder of red sandstone for walkers and climbers alike that groups coming to the area will thoroughly enjoy. It is said that two surveyors in the mid 1800s found it a fit place for ‘the Gods to assemble’... Read more »


Fly Fish the Rockies

One of the great attractions of Colorado is the abundance of pristine rivers and lakes for fishing.  This could be a fun activity for your group visiting the state. Nearly every region of Colorado offers gold medal waters and a variety of guide services to provide the gear and insider knowledge of where to go,... Read more »


Flatirons Area

Whether posing for a group photo or begging for a group hike, the Flatirons are a popular place on the front range. Consisting of a conglomerate of sandstone, the Flatirons are a rock formation near Boulder. Named by pioneer women who used flat irons to press their clothes, the famous foothills provide varied hiking and... Read more »


Denver Botanic Gardens

Located in the Cheesman Park neighborhood, the Denver Botanic Gardens are a delightful diversion from the hustle and bustle of the city and make a great location for groups to visit or celebrate at.  Featuring North America’s largest collection of plants from cold temperate climates around the world and seven additional gardens, the collections showcase... Read more »