Fall may have only just begun, but it’s about time to start planning winter trips. With many people hesitant to take the standard Caribbean winter escape due to Zika concerns, it’s time to start thinking outside the box when it comes to winter getaways. For the outdoorsy types who don’t mind foregoing a tropical beach-oriented vacation during the colder months, Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park surprisingly has a lot to offer. Weather Unless you’re an avid skier, it might seem like an unusual choice to travel to the Rockies during the winter, and there are definitely some drawbacks to visiting in the offseason. First of all, it’s not warm…at all. In January and February, the temperature will likely be in the 40’s, which is still better than some east coast cities, but by no means is it Punta Cana. That being said, chances are good that it will be sunny for the duration of your visit. Denver and the surrounding areas are well-known for being some of the sunniest places in the US. Also, unless you’re up in the mountains hiking, there will probably not be much snow on the ground compared to what you might see in other parts...

Search our site

Shopping Cart

Your cart is currently empty.