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This is a travelers guide to the state of Colorado Colorado is a unique and interesting place to visit If the reader would want to go to Colorado this is the report to read This report has both statistics and fun things to go and do Colorado is state of mountains and hills Colorado is the highest of the states elevation at over 14000 feet high Many people visit Colorado each year Many of the people that visit here are outdoor enthusiasts skiers and people just wanting to go on a get away vacation This state offers numerous things to go see and do For the outdoor enthusiasts Colorado has many mountains to hike on trails to walk on nature centers to visit and many other possibilities to do The skiers have many mountains on top of other mountains to choose from to ski on Skiing is the major money making factor for Colorado -Comptons Interactive Encyclopedia The people that just want to get away from the everyday hustle and bustle find it comforting to retreat to nature for a quiet and peaceful vacation The information is unlimited It just depends on what you want to find In Colorado its biggest city is its capitol -World Book Atlas 1993 The capitol of Colorado is Denver Some of the attractions Colorado offers is skiing hiking and exploring These play a major role in Colorados economic progression The land in Colorado is rocky and steep basically all over This does not make it a very good place to farm or raise livestock Unless you raise Mountain goats Although it is not good agriculturally Colorado is a beautiful place to see The recreation in Colorado is ideal for the outdoors woman The major sports end of the recreation has football Denver Broncosbasketball Denver Nuggets and baseball Colorado Rockies A popular sport stadium to visit is Mile High stadium home
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