Top Rated Landmarks in Colorado

The following Colorado Landmarks have been voted the Top 10 sites in the state by our visitors.

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Cedar Tree Arch (Rainbow Arch)

Cedar Tree Arch (Rainbow Arch)

Mack, Colorado
Cedar Tree Arch (also known as Rainbow Arch) has a span of 76 feet and an opening height of 43 feet.

Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park

Colorado
Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses approximately 265,770 acres of land in Colorado's northern Front Range. The park is split by the Continental Divide, which gives the eastern and western portions of the park a different character.

Colorado State Capitol

Colorado State Capitol

Denver, Colorado, 80203
The Colorado State Capitol is the home of the Colorado legislature and the offices of the Colorado Governor and Lt. Governor. Real gold was incorporated into the dome to commemorate the Colorado Gold Rush.

Colorado National Monument

Colorado National Monument

Mesa County, Colorado
A semi-desert environment high on the Colorado Plateau, the area hosts a wide range of wildlife, including pinyon pines, juniper trees, ravens, jays, Desert Bighorn Sheep, and coyotes.

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, 80906
The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo was founded in 1926 by philanthropist Spencer Penrose to house his growing collection of exotic animals. It is one of only two mountain zoos in the United States.

Dotsero

Dotsero

Dotsero, Eagle County, Colorado, 81637
Dotsero is a 700 meter wide by 400 meter deep maar volcano (broad, low relief crater). Erupting approximately 4200 years ago, it is the youngest volcano in Colorado. It is currently dormant.

Republic Plaza

Republic Plaza

Denver, Colorado
Rising 717 feet (218 m), the Republic Plaza is currently the tallest building in Denver, the state of Colorado and the entire Rocky Mountain region of the United States. It was built in 1984, and contains 56 floors.

Wells Fargo Center

Wells Fargo Center

Denver, Colorado, 80203
The building has a unique type of architecture and is known as the "Cash Register Building" and sometimes as the "Mailbox Building." This building is 698 feet (213 meters) in height and has 52 floors.

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