ne look at those beautiful Rocky Mountains in the distance, and you’ll want to stay.
Denver’s enviable quality of life makes it one of the best places in the United States
to live and work—and all you have to do is just step outside. It’s no surprise that
Denver consistently tops the list of most livable cities when you consider it has the nation’s largest park
system, more than 300 days of sunshine each year, and endless recreational opportunities.
An active and engaged lifestyle beckons. After all, metro Denver’s residents the nation’s healthiest. No
doubt this is partly because of the active lifestyle encouraged by Denver’s culture. Residents dabble in
everything from skiing to hiking, mountain biking to river rafting. With so many endless options for staying
active, it’s no wonder the area is ranked as one of the fittest cities in the country. When the region’s
residents aren’t busy enjoying the great outdoors, they take advantage of championship sports teams and
cultural attractions, such as events at the Denver Performing Arts Complex—the largest facility of its kind
outside of New York City.