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Apr 18, 2013
If you are looking for superb natural endowments and outdoor activities, look no further; just take a rental bus to Colorado which offers from the snow-topped “14ers” of the Rockies, to the Colorado Plateau high deserts. With an awesome 300 days of sunshine a year, Colorado rental bus visitors would be sure to enjoy great warm weather. A great way of visiting the Centennial State is with a bus, coach bus, party bus, mini bus, passenger coach or school bus rented from Bus Rental Denver, letting you travel through Colorado in style and comfort.
Colorado offers many historical sites to whet rental bus visitors who got a taste for history. One of it is the Dinosaur National Monument located northwest of Colorado that displays rock art and dinosaur fossils. Now, on the southwest side there are interesting locations such as the Ute Indian Museum in Montrose where rental bus visitors are able to learn about the Puebloans, the Ute Indians and other early era residents.
With the mining history in mountain towns like Breckenridge and Telluride, you can personally experience the life of the 19th century mining life. During the summer, many ski towns and resorts will host music and art events like Aspen Music Festival, the Strings Music Festival in Steamboat Springs and the Telluride Bluegrass Festival. Another thing to catch during the summer is the amazing acts hosted at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre in the midst of a natural setting. Other Denver attractions are the Denver Art Museum and the Denver Center of Performing Arts.
Having said that, Colorado’s biggest attraction for rental bus visitors is still its ski slopes. With 29 ski resorts, Colorado has the most ski areas in the western United States. In Colorado, you can get ski resorts from the world-class Aspen and Vail, right down to the rustic Silverton Mountain, and many other locations with backcountry hut skiing, helicopter skiing and cat skiing. The resorts in Colorado average 300 inches of snow annually with certain locations having more than that. Due to the high elevations of some mountains, Colorado has a long ski season, from November to April and at times beyond that. Don’t forget to note that Arapahoe Basin has been known to have skiing events even on the Fourth of July.
Another attraction in Colorado for rental bus visitors is the abundance of national parks, lush forests and monuments. There are four national parks, six national monuments and 13 national forests and grasslands. Each of these national parks are diverse in nature; Rocky Mountain National park which is the starting point of the Colorado River, has a couple of the highest peaks in the state, while in the south, the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve provides rental bus visitors a wondrous scenery with its creek, dunes and wetlands.
Cruise through Colorado with a rental bus from Bus Rental Denver. Bus Rental Denver can help you organize any sort of rental bus journey with their fleet of fully equipped rental buses. Give Bus Rental Denver a call today and take advantage of their friendly and reliable service to plan your next rental bus journey.