Colorado Airport Codes

Arapahoe County APA

Colorado Springs COS

Denver DEN

Durango, LaPlata Field:DRO

Grand Junction, Walker Field GJT

Greeley-Weld County GXY

Gunnison County GUC.
Colorado Airport Codes

Montrose Regional MTJ

Pueblo Memorial PUB

Steamboat Springs-Hayden, Yampa Valley Regional HDN

Telluride Regional TEX

Vail-Beaver Creek, Eagle Creek Regional EGE

Watkins, Front Range FTG .
For Visitors to Colorado
For the modern visitor, the obvious first port of call is Denver, at the eastern edge of the Rockies and the biggest city for six hundred miles. Outside Denver, the northern half of the state holds the most popular destinations, starting with the dynamic college town of Boulder and the spectacular Rocky Mountain National Park. The majority of the resorts that have made Colorado the continent's foremost skiing destination snuggle into the mountains to the west of Denver: Summit County attracts the most visitors, Vail is considered best for terrain, and Aspen boasts the glitziest après-ski scene. The far west of the state stretches onto the red-rock deserts of the Colorado Plateau. Pikes Peak towers over the enjoyable city of Colorado Springs, but the rest of the state's southeast quarter is mostly agricultural plains. To the southwest untouched old mining towns like Crested Butte and Durango stand in the mountains, while Mesa Verde National Park preserves perhaps the most impressive of all the cliff cities left by the ancient Ancestral Puebloan civilization.
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