Where to Honeymoon in Colorado

Colorado is a state that’s famous for its rugged, primeval beauty. Its amazing scenery beckons those on vacation to come to Colorado from around the world. Colorado is also a prime destination for couples on their honeymoon or those celebrating anniversaries who want to be a part of the natural beauty and adventure found all over in Colorado. Whether you want to climb high in a hot air balloon, climb aboard a motorcycle or into a canoe or kayak, hunt for wild game, or just angle for a fish or two, Colorado has something for you and your special sweetheart.

Is outdoor camping your idea of heaven? Or, if the embrace of nature leaves something to be desired for you, you might prefer a Colorado bed and breakfast, mountain cabin, or even a luxurious inn. Maybe you feel like being spoiled in a 5-star hotel. Whether you want luxury or to “rough it” in the wilderness, you can find a Colorado honeymoon vacation package that will give you exactly what you want.

There are few other places in the world that can match the varied topography of Colorado. There are jagged mountain peaks and deep canyons to explore, and raging rivers and desert plains can all be found in the same state. Whether you want one adventure or many, Colorado offers the locale that can make it happen.

There’s world class fly fishing along the Platte river, if you and your partner enjoy taking part in this activity. You can also choose Nordic cross country skiing or test your courage and daring on Olympic class ski trails.

For a romantic and elegant honeymoon or anniversary, consider the 1892 Victoria’s Keep. Located in the heart of Colorado, you’ll enjoy Jacuzzi tubs built for two and lounging in front of the fireplace as you take in the beautiful architecture of this luxury inn. Best of all, you can enjoy the beautiful Colorado scenery from your own private balcony when you stay here.

Victoria’s Keep is located near Colorado Springs, at the foot of Pikes Peak. From here, you can hike, bike, go hot air ballooning or white water rafting, climb on a horse, or step out onto the links. Other things to see in Colorado Springs include the Garden of the Gods, the Royal Gorge, Miramont Castle, the Cave of the Winds, the Pikes Peak Cog Railway, and the US Air Force Academy. You can make even more memories at the Dinosaur National Monument, the Olympic Training Center, Rocky Mountain National Park, or by visiting the cities of Denver, Pueblo, Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, Aurora, Lakewood and Durango.

Because Colorado is so varied in terms of topography, you can travel the state and see all kinds of environments. There are soaring mountains and desolate plateaus, alongside icy glacial rivers and slow meandering streams. All of these locales provide opportunities for different kinds of adventures, but fortunately, the overall climate is mild and dry, making it a comfortable honeymoon destination most of the year.