Living in Colorado for the past 23 years has given me the opportunity to really appreciate the fall season in Colorado. The mountains seem to come alive in the fall as the aspen groves change colors that range from dark greens, red, orange and gold. It’s a wonderful time to take a day trip driving around or maybe a hike on one of the many trails throughout the Rocky Mountains, a beautiful site that never disappoints.
Now, the perception is that Colorado is cold and buried in snow. But the truth is, we actually have a very mild climate here. Fall kicks off in September and it not uncommon to continue to sit out on patios having lunch or golfing through November. The beauty is you can run up to the mountains and ski in the morning and come back down to Denver and golf in the afternoon. The average temperature during the fall is in the mid to high 60° and often hitting the high 70°’s.
We can get a snowstorm one day and by the next day it will all be gone. Wait, I forgot the most important and best part: there is no humidity to worry about in Colorado. Now that should put a smile on your face! It does mine. Feel free to reach out and contact me if you have any questions.
One of the best things I've done after college was move to Colorado