Hosting everything from Yoga on the Rocks to Film on the Rocks to fitness challenges, in addition to being a completely unique and world-renowned concert venue/natural amphitheater, are just some of the reasons we are so proud to claim this amazing National Historic Park. Local's tip: Red Rocks Trail for anyone looking for a nice (and not too challenging) day hike.
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With 17 percent less oxygen in the Denver air, you might get lightheaded thinking about the mile-long list of downtown Denver activities and attractions that make the Mile High City an entertainment mecca. Below you will find a list of some our favorites.
Denver is a sports fan's paradise with eight professional sports teams, including the MLB's Colorado Rockies, the NFL's Denver Broncos, the NHL's Colorado Avalanche, and the NBA's Denver Nuggets, just to name a few. With our close proximity to all the major sports venues, let us host your fandom.
The Mile High City is one of three points on the “Beer-muda Triangle” that exists between Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins and completely warrants a walking microbrew tour of the city. Don't miss Golden Triangle's own Lowdown Brewery to experience the finest of what the city has to offer.
What began as a dream of local gardeners and botanists to build an oasis in the middle of the Mile High City has blossomed into the 24-acre Denver Botanic Gardens, a spectacular array of plant displays, theme gardens, varied ecosystems and host to rotating art installations and exhibits. Local's tip: Check out the Summer Concert Series - BYOB.
Five years after gold was discovered in Colorado, the U.S. government established a mint facility in Denver. Today, the Denver-based U.S. Mint manufacturers all coin denominations, where output can exceed 50 million coins a day.
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