An awesome place : Colorado

You must see Colorado at least once? Rocky Mountain National Park, outside of Estes Park, is a mountain oasis with breathtaking scenery and plenty of activities. Visitors to the park can explore by taking a scenic drive on the famous Trail Ridge Road or other passageways, or by foot on one of the many hiking trails. Other activities available year-round include camping, biking, water-sports, and horseback riding. There’s also plenty of opportunities for wildlife viewing of the park’s plentiful populations of elk, moose, bighorn sheep, bear and mountain lion.

The Comanche National Park is a National Grasslands in southeastern Colorado. The preserve is divided into two sections and operated by separate ranger districts: one in La Junta and one in Springfield. Drawings left by ancient Native Americans that decorate the cliffs and rocks date back as many as 8,000 years. The natural grasslands beauty can be a refreshing contrast to the beauty found at mountains or beaches. Explore the area and the prehistoric drawings, or head out to the Picketwire Canyon to see dinosaur tracks! Hit the trails on foot or bicycle, or even on horseback. You can “rough it” at the local campground or head back to a hotel to put your feet up.

Maybe you flew to Colorado or drove for hours. You may need to stretch out. PranaTonic Yoga is a great, close place to do just that! And lastly, if you hate the outdoors or just need to lift some weights, we recommend Trailhead CrossFit. If you love eating as much as we do, you’ll love spending time in Golden. We’ve got all your meals covered and then some! Early morning? Head on over to Pangea Coffee Roasters for a delicious brew and a lovely place to sit outside. Maybe you’re needing coffee and a meal? We love Café 13. They make their pastries in house and they are to die for! Discover extra details on Hotels in downtown Golden CO.

Just outside the towns of Grand Junction and nearby Fruita is Colorado National Monument. A scenic road snakes its way through some outstanding scenery. This is not typical mountain scenery, but a landscape of huge rock spires, cliff walls, canyons, and desert-like surroundings with small trees and scrubby bushes. Most people drive through the monument along Rim Rock Drive and stop at the lookouts that peer over the landscape below. The road is also a popular road biking area, with hearty souls peddling their way up to the lookouts. A number of day hikes access some scenic areas of the monument, most of which involve moderate elevation changes that range from approximately 300 feet to more than 1,000 feet.

Our vision for The Dove Inn is that you would find a place to relax here in Golden where you feel like a local. We give you everything you need, but don’t burden you with anything you don’t. From self check-in and check-out to a warm place to sit and read with a view out over 14th St, we want this to feel like an even better version of home from the moment you walk in. We’re really excited to have you stay with us. Discover additional info at