Enjoy the Colors of Fall with These Colorado Drives

Enjoy the Colors of Fall with These Colorado DrivesLiving in Colorado allows you to enjoy all the beauty the state has to offer, all year long. The changing colors of fall throughout the state offer some of the most beautiful views each year. Make sure to take these 7 drives this fall so that you can enjoy all of the beauty of the season.

  1. Trail Ridge Road. This portion of U.S. Highway 34 takes you through and over Rocky Mountain National Park, and offers many different scenic overlooks to enjoy the many vistas throughout the park.
  2. Peak to Peak Highway. Stretching from Black Hawk to Estes Park, this combination of highways 119, 72, and 7 offers some of the best views of the Continental Divide.
  3. Boreas Pass. The portion of the pass between Como and Breckenridge is a smooth gravel road that offers unbelievable sights of different Aspen groves, as well as an old railroad bed.
  4. Keebler Pass. The portion from Crested Butte to Paonia State Park is a long drive, but it will be worth it once you see the huge Aspen grove that is at the end of the trip.
  5. Divide to Cripple Creek. This road offers some of the best views to see the beautiful midseason colors, as well as learn a little about the mining history in Colorado. Make sure to stop at the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument on your way down the road.
  6. The Maroon Bells. As one of the most photographed locations in Colorado, the Maroon Bells Wilderness offers many hiking trails to allow you to get up close to the colors of fall.
  7. Guanella Pass from Georgetown to Grant. Although the pass is above the tree line, all of the beauty that the pass offers is well worth a stop.

Colorado Nonprofit Insurance Agency, located in Denver, would like to invite you to check out all of these stunning fall locations throughout the state.