Living in Colorado sure does have its advantages. The Rocky Mountains provide some world class hiking, skiing, fishing, camping, and mountain biking. You can get lost for weeks cruising around in the wilderness observing the nature. You can take a drive around the peaks in Rocky Mountain National park, or you can get a great look at the canyon crazy rock formations by floating a river. Summer, winter, spring, or fall, there is always something to do, but the natural resources aren’t the only things this state has going for it.