Relocating to South Denver?

Denver is a great city to live in, offering a wide variety of attractions for people with all sorts of interests! Colorado is known as a popular winter destination for its world class skiing and snowboarding, but Denver also has many other things to do year-round in Colorado’s beautiful landscape. While many visitors may remember Colorado for the winter, Denver’s climate is actually much milder than that of the ski resorts located a few hours away. Whether it is a hike to the top of one of Colorado’s many fourteeners or a night out at The Denver Center for Performing Arts, there is sure to be something to pique everyone’s interests.

Best places to live in Denver

Colorado is often considered one of the nation’s most beautiful states, and rightly so. Denver’s picturesque location next to the foothills makes it a great hub for those who want to live in town, but also want to be close to all of the activities the mountains provide. Most people think of the mountains solely for the winter sports, but there are even more activities in and around Denver when summertime comes. Many locals enjoy some of the best hiking and cycling the nation has to offer in Colorado’s mountainous landscape. Hikers of all levels of experience can find a trail, ranging from small trails and mountain bike tracks through the beautiful Aspens to treks that take hikers up above 14,000 feet for amazing views on one of the state’s 53 fourteener peaks. Snowmelt from the winter season also adds to the more than 9,000 miles of creeks and rivers that are home to numerous trout species, a favorite amongst local fishermen.

Denver also has all kinds of things to do within the city for those whose ideal weekend is something a little less extreme than awaking before sunrise to scale a mountain. For sports fans, Coors Field (Rockies), Sports Authority Field (Broncos), and the Pepsi Center(Nuggets, Avalanche) are all close by downtown and can be reached via the Light Rail to avoid busy streets after the games.  Other attractions include Red Rocks amphitheater, a stunning 9,000 seat arena nestled into the at Red Rocks Park, and a variety of brewery tours including the Coors Brewery, Great Divide Brewery, Wynkoop Brewing Co, and others!

Attractions like the Museum of Nature and Science, Elitch Gardens Theme Park, The Denver Zoo, and the Botanic Gardens, amongst others, are great for families looking for something to do on the weekends in Denver.

Denver and its surrounding metropolitan area have plenty of schools throughout its many cities like Highlands Ranch, Littleton, and Englewood, keeping it convenient for parents. Higher education institutions are also right downtown on the Auraria Campus, including Community College of Denver, Metropolitan State University, and University of Colorado at Denver. Private institutions Regis University and University of Denver can be found fifteen minutes north and south of downtown, respectively. In addition to the schools, many business parks are also found throughout the Denver Tech Center and further south into Centennial, again keeping commute times convenient for those living in the area.


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