The tourism industry in Colorado’s high country continues its record pace, according to a group of Denver-based economists.
It was a record year for Rocky Mountain National Park in 2014 as almost 3.5 million people visited the park.
A year after marijuana sales became legal in Colorado, the impact on tourism is difficult to assess.
Business is booming in Colorado’s mountain resorts, and the addition of recreational marijuana stores this year has attracted customers curious about legalized pot.
The small town of DeBeque may become a major pioneer in how uniquely situated small towns boost tax revenue from pot tourism.
New numbers show people all across the country love the city of Denver. Tourism to the Mile High City and surrounding areas set a new record last year with more than 14 million visitors.
There is some very welcome tax news for Colorado’s high country as visitors are returning to destinations like Breckenridge and Vail in the summer and they’re spending more money.
Colorado’s ski resorts host tens of thousands of people a day in the winter, but they were handcuffed with what they could offer in the summer — that is until Sen. Mark Udall made a law changing that.
Familiar faces helped kick off the start of the summer tourism season in Colorado on Monday.
The latest round of snow should help boost Colorado’s tourism industry which is just behind agriculture as one of the state’s top money makers.