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Amazing Mountain Setting To Improve Your Game

If you’ve ever dreamed of hitting the green while surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery, Colorado is the golf vacation destination for you. You can study with PGA and LPGA experts at The Club at Crested Butte. This resort has been referred to by Mountain Golf Magazine as having “one of the finest golf courses in the mountains, if not the entire country.” While here, you’ll develop stronger technique, and take your game to a whole new level by the time your vacation is over.  

Of course, golfing experience is far from the only thing Colorado has to offer. When you’re not on the course, round out your vacation with an exploration of the area! Whether you’re traveling with family, a romantic partner, friends, or solo, you’ll find plenty to interest you and your group.

Winter Activities

Colorado is particularly well known for its wide variety of winter activities. And since many of the mountains see snowfall even during the summer months, you may not be confined to experiencing these activities during the cold season. For a truly unique adventure that lets you get a look at the natural beauty of the state, consider signing up for a dogsled tour. Dog lovers will enjoy bonding with the sled dogs while taking in the stunning vistas of Colorado’s high peaks. You’ll also have no problem finding ice skating, sledding, tubing, and even sleigh rides in the snow.

National Parks

Lovers of national parks will find plenty to capture their imagination in Colorado. Great Sand Dunes National Park features the tallest dunes in North America, which adventurous guests may enjoy taking on with a sand sled. Meanwhile, families will love Dinosaur National Park, where fossils can still be seen embedded in the rock. History buffs should stop by Bent’s Old Fort, where fur traders and trappers once exchanged their wares with the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes.

Pikes Peak

Pikes Peak is the most frequently visited mountain in America, and with good reason. Part of the Rocky Mountain Range, it stands more than 14,000 feet tall and offers an unparalleled view of the Colorado scenery. One may drive to reach the summit, but drivers should note that the roadway is challenging and somewhat perilous. For those who prefer not to make the attempt, the Manitou and Pikes Peak Railway is both a historical landmark and a functional train system that conveys passengers to the top of the mountain.

A golf getaway to Colorado has everything you need—quality golf resorts, trained experts, and plenty of fun on the side. Get started planning your trip today.