The Four Seasons of Colorado- and We Don’t Mean Hotels!
As Colorado movers, we have the opportunity to travel this beautiful state through each season of the year and while each of us tries to play favorites, it just can’t be done. Colorado has four complete seasons which means four totally different ways of life in the Colorado area. We’re going to take a minute out of your busy Wednesday and break them down:
Fall: The colors of Colorado in the fall are unbeatable. With the thousands of different species of foliage (including those breathtaking golden Aspens) that grows across the mountains and valleys of this state, the Fall can best be described as “a state set on fire.” Oranges, reds and yellows become the highlight of this magnificent state and are truly a spectacle to be seen by visitors and locals alike.
Winter: Let’s face it. Colorado is the CAPITOL of winter sports. Skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, you name it, we’ve got it. Lodges across the state promote different awesome activities that the whole family can enjoy, and take it from us, they will. Plus, Colorado is generally less humid than other parts of the U.S meaning that the outdoor temps aren’t miserable, they’re perfect for romping around in the snow.
Spring: While Spring can sometimes mean some of the biggest snowfalls for the state, it is still a time of mild temperatures, wildflowers and newborn baby elk and fawn that begin to appear in the landscape.
Summer: This season is great for those who prefer the warmer weather. With a temperature cap around 80 degrees, you can enjoy all that the lakes and state parks have to offer with different water sports, jeep tours, rafting and hiking. This season is great for those who want to get outdoors from sun up to sun down.
And in case you missed it, last week we discussed the different kinds of outdoor activities you can take part in during each season, so go back and check that out! (http://www.exodusmoving.com/2012/01/explore-the-outdoors-of-colorado/)