Autumn in Colorado – Amazing!
Amazing Autumn in Colorado
Autumn season begins, and you not only have to look for winter clothes, but you have to look for places to observe the wonderful colors that nature offers at this time.
For many, autumn becomes a problem because of the number of leaves that trees throw and you have to pick them up.
For the vast majority, Autumn represents the power to admire the different shades that flora offers us.
In Colorado, the Rockies offer a unique spectacle of colors in their trees. The Rockies are one of the best-known places in the United States to visit and see in full magnitude the colors of autumn. The place to visit is the National Park in the Rocky Mountains.
The best time is between the last week of September and the first two of October.
On the way to the park, you can visit a small town called Gold Hill, which is a mining town, founded during the Colorado Gold Rush, in 1859.
This town became of vital importance for the locals and people who came from other places in search of the precious metal.
There is another town that can be visited, which although it is more civilized, is a beautiful mountain town, called Estes Park.
A few miles from the town of Estes Park is the entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park. Once you enter the park, you start to see the green tones combined with those of yellow and red.
Added to the view of the colors of the flora, you can see animals like elk, deer, mountain goats, wildcats, marmots, hares, eagles and in some cases, although rare, even black bears and pumas.