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Colorado Outdoor Destinations

by Weed Rentals
June 11, 2014
Category:   Tips

Here at Weed Rentals, we want you to be able to enjoy all Colorado has to offer. There are so many things to do that it can be hard to find the right activity when you visit this great state. Well, here is a list of our top seven things to do in Colorado!


Ouray Hot Springs


Nestled between three mountains, Ouray is a small mountain village that comes blooming to life in the winter. Known for its annual hosting of the International Ice Climbing Competition, Ouray has so much more to offer. Ouray has natural hot springs that “heat up” any winter cannabis vacation. This clothing optional hot spring has everything you need to have a relaxing time.


Gunnison National Park


Open from May through September, Gunnison National Park is located in Montrose, Colorado and is a great place to go hiking and view the world famous Black Canyon! You can take tours through the park by foot, horse, and even jeeps! If you are an expert climber, Gunnison National Park offers you some of the most challenging climbs in America. There is no lack of fun at this national park!


Colorado National Monument


Located in Grand Junction, Colorado, the Colorado National Monument is one of the most breathtaking drives in Colorado. This 32 square mile park is full of wildlife, breathtaking views of Grand Junction, and an all-out fun-filled trip! The winding switchbacks give you an opportunity to see every cliff, face, and boulder. There are even hiking trails where you can stop and view the monument in all its glory.


Elitch Gardens Theme and Water Park


Located in Denver, Colorado, Elitch Gardens is a fun filled park that everyone can enjoy! With over 53 rides and attractions, live music, and a water park, it is almost impossible to do it all in a day! So, when you’re done with one of the many Colorado pot tours, stop on by America’s only downtown theme and water park! Elitch Garden’s is a must visit destination!

Vail Resorts


Located in Vail, Colorado, Vail Resorts is a world famous ski and snowboarding resort. Vail owns ten, that’s right ten, separate resorts, so it is absolutely impossible to not have good time! There are 5,289 acres with 193 runs and 31 lifts at this incredible resort. Vail has several 420 friendly hotels in the area, so “An experience of a lifetime” is an understatement!

Cog Railway


When you first come into Colorado Springs it is nearly impossible to notice that beautiful mountain sitting to the west of the city known as Pikes Peak. Well, take the Cod Railway up to the top! The Cog Railway is 8.9 miles long and the trip takes three hours and ten minutes round trip. When you get to the summit of Pikes Peak you are greeted by tired hikers and a beautiful view of Colorado Springs and beyond!

Garden of the Gods


There are many incredible landscapes across the world, and one of the greatest is right here in Colorado! Located in Colorado Springs, right next to the cannabis friendly city of Manitou Springs, the Garden of the Gods National Park is one of the most amazing parks that the world has to offer. This 5.15 square mile park has a paved trail, hiking trails, rock climbing, and a museum. Spend a day at this park and you will never want to leave!