Springtime In Colorado's Rocky Mountains
As the snow melts in May, our rivers and streams start to come alive with Whitewater and Native Trout -- find a pole, hop a raft and plan a lazy day.
In June the Wedding season is in full swing. If your dream is a Colorado Destination, our mountains and plains have the backdrop your guests will love!
Springtime in the Rockies is never boring, and the weather can change quickly! Be sure to wear layers and bring a warm coat and gloves. Keep your camera close as there is always a chance of spotting a moose, deer, mountain goat or big horn sheep.
A couple terms that will help you in Colorado:
MUD SEASON -- Late April to early May is typically known as our mud season. This happens when all the snow of the previous winter starts to melt and fill our rivers and lakes, making great conditions for either Whitewater Rafting or Fishing. FOUR CORNERS -- This is the point where the four states of Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona come together at the farthest southwest corner of Colorado. Area attractions include Mesa Verde National Park, Canyon of the Ancients National Monument, and Mancos State Park.
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