The “Mile High City” of Colorado, Denver, is situated at 5,672 feet above sea level and hides in the shadows of the famous Rocky Mountains. The Rocky Mountains has always been a hiker’s paradise with its challenging trails. Denver was also known for its year-round skiing in St Mary’s Glacier and the celebrated ski getaway for the rich and famous, Aspen. At the start of the 1990s, an average of 1,000 new residents is registered every week for 10 years. The city’s neighborhoods are significantly different from the other, which includes towering skyscrapers to houses that are built from the 19th century to the modern and Suburbans. The city has always been known for its diversified and celebrated festivals and events, including the largest Cinco de Mayo and Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration in the United States. It is an outdoor city that has been known for thriving craft breweries, red-hot music arena, and world-class cuisine - all within the Rocky Mountains’ reach.
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