Colorado: what to visit, driving holiday in the state of the US
Tourist Guide of Colorado with tips for holidays all year and what to visit in this state of the United States of America.
The Colorado belongs to the federation of the United States of America and has the capital to Denver. Neighboring states are Wyoming and Nebraska to the north, Oklahoma and New Mexico to the south, the west Utah, Kansas and Arizona to the east to the south west. With a population of about 5 million inhabitants, the Colorado is for all its extension to an elevation of about 1000 meters above sea level.
The climate of Colorado, given the scarcity of femomeni rainy, is very arid with hot summers where the temperature often reaches 40 degrees Celsius. During the winter the weather is nice except for the part adjacent to the Rocky Mountains, where temperatures can drop to a few degrees above zero with the possibility of heavy rains.
Colorado Travel Guide
It is a very extensive plateau, located to the east of the Rocky Mountains, which represents a continuation of the Great Plains region. Statewide rainfall is scarce and therefore agriculture, yet quite developed, focuses on crops suited to very dry soils and is practiced cattle breeding in green pastures irrigated artificially.
East of the Front Range, which is a mountain range that divides the mountains of the west from the plains of the east, are the major cities. The highest peaks of the Rocky Mountains, which occupy part of the state of Colorado at Boulder County, are Longs Peak, Mount Elbert, Mount Evans, Pikes Peak and Spanish Peaks near Walsenburg located in the southern part.
In this area there are large forests, partly exploited for timber production, and many parks and river basins. Denver, which in addition to being the capital is also the most important city of Colorado, located in the plains to the east of the Mountains Rocky. The center is located on the east bank of the South Platte River that runs through the metropolis.
It is located at an altitude of 1655 meters, measured at the ‘Denver International Airport, and is also known as the Queen City of the Plains being very important for the agricultural economy of the regions that surround it.