When you visit Colorado, you shouldn't miss the Denver Foothills. To make sure that you experience the most impressive and popular spots, consider taking this tour!
The first stop is Red Rocks Amphitheater, a natural wonder in Colorado that was built into a giant red sandstone formation. It is situated approximately 10 miles west of Denver. This "Garden of the Angels" took over 200 million years to form and is a unique venue that has hosted a variety of singers from a multitude of genres.
The next stop on the tour is Evergreen Lake Trail, part of Dedisse Park. The trail itself forms a 1.3 loop around Evergreen, CO. Families enjoy the easy walk and the breathtaking views. When you reach the back of the lake, take a few minutes to admire the old Warming House and Nature Center.
As you continue, you will enjoy the glorious views from Lookout Mountain. Located a few minutes from downtown Golden, it is one of the best places to revel in nature's bounty. The span is wide and was used as a lookout by the Ute tribe of American Indians. At the summit, you will find the gravesite of Buffalo Bill. Just west of Denver is Lariat Loop. You will drive through the area and pass the various canyons, meadows, and open spaces along the route. Thanks to the natural setting, historic museums, and settlements, there is something for everyone.
As you drive through the downtown area of Golden, CO, you'll understand the "golden" opportunities that await visitors. This space is filled with local charm and western heritage, including Coors Brewery. It is a little-known fact that Golden makes more beer than any city in the world! Coors is the largest single-site brewery in existence. Beer lovers may wish to revisit the location at a later date. Admire the sites, enjoy the views, and get a taste of history within a short period of time. Get ready to take a lot of pictures and make memories that last a lifetime!