Notable for the Rocky Mountains, high plains, deep canyons, and dunes, Colorado is one of the most highly sought after places for people seeking adventure. It is a hotspot for those who love extreme sports and want to feel a rush of adrenaline.

If you find yourself in this beautiful state, here are some of the places and activities you should do.

White Water Rafting

The first activity to get you started on your adventure is white water rafting Colorado. Nothing beats having fun with your family and friends. Make your way to the waters along the Royal Gorge and Bighorn Sheep Canyon of the Arkansas River.

White water rafting is safe for children six and above, which is why this is the perfect beginning to your fun-filled activity in Colorado. The white water rafting in Colorado experience also includes a solo kayak experience if you want a quiet time in the rivers.


Visiting Colorado is never complete if you don’t go hiking. The San Juan Mountains is an excellent choice since the city of Telluride can be found there. You can witness the majestic view of the sun during the summer or have a ski experience during the winter.

The city also has lots of establishments and events that you can bring your family to, and have an intimate time with each other. However, if you are in for an adventure, you should visit the Continental Divide Trail, spanning 3,100 miles. The trail connects across Canada, America, and Mexico and has one of the most extended roadless section.


For those who like to experience genuinely extreme sports, skydiving is the best choice. Many skydiving centers in Colorado allow you to jump from a plane at the height of a whopping 18,000 feet above sea level.

There is nothing to worry about if it is your first time since there are tandem jumps also available. A professional skydiver can accompany you during your first skydiving experience. If you are a pro, there are quick programs and practices you can attend for jumping solo.


With numerous trails and parks in Colorado, you can enjoy a relaxing experience by cycling your way through. If you like to appreciate nature, you can make your way to Washington Park and City Park. For a more challenging experience, try the Cherry Creek Trail or the Keystone Bike Park.

Visit the Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre

One cannot say they have been to Colorado if they have not been to the Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre. This historical open-air venue is said to have been around since the 1900s and has housed performances from famous singers and bands like  Jimi Hendrix, U2, and many more. Even The Beatles performed at the open-air amphitheater in 1964.

The Red Rocks can also be seen in film and television. The widely popular reality show, Amazing Race, held one of their challenges here in Season 9. It was also seen in popular shows such as The Simpsons and South Park.

For every adventurer out there, Colorado is the perfect place to tick off would-be experiences in your bucket list. The state offers all the adventure that you need to get a rush of adrenaline.