Metro Denver’s reputation as a Rocky Mountain paradise
for outdoor recreation and metropolitan culture is known
throughout the country—and the world, for that matter.
No matter your interests or age, you’re sure to find something fun to do in the Mile High City.
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This is a city that’s built for everyone—
especially active older adults who don’t
intend to slow down anytime soon.
Downtown affords stunning views of the
Rocky Mountains, a pleasant reminder
that living in metro Denver puts residents
in easy driving distance to the slopes and
amenities of Colorado’s quaint mountain towns. It’s no wonder that Colorado
is consistently ranked one of the most
active states in the country. From skiing
and hiking, to yoga and golf, the recreational opportunities are as limitless as the
altitude is high. But this is no cow town.
Let’s not forget the burgeoning culture
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and arts scene, with exciting new galleries
popping up each month, several world-class
museums, and one of the best bookstores
in the country. Add friendly people and
welcoming neighborhoods and you have
the perfect destination for active, engaged
adults of all ages.
Whether retirement in Denver is on the
horizon or someone is simply relocating for
a change of pace while still thriving in their
career, it’s impossible to ignore the oppor-
tunities for recreation in the area. More
than 100 golf courses, one of the coun-
ty’s biggest park systems, countless yoga
studios, and miles of hiking trails show
the importance of an active lifestyle to the
There are plenty of cultural activities to
take advantage of too. Art lovers have
their choice of several respected museums,
including the Denver Art Museum,
renowned for its collection of Western
art and excellent rotating exhibitions. The
recently opened History Colorado Center
offers a fascinating glimpse into the state’s
past, while amateur scientists will love the
Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Denver’s Museum of Contemporary
Art, Clyfford Still Museum, and Molly