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Accommodations run the gamut in price and quality, ranging from deluxe hotels and resorts to inns, lodges, roadside motels and condos. Colorado also has more than 200 bed-and-breakfasts (from rustic log cabins to elaborate Victorian mansions), 30,000 campsites and 400 cabin resorts.Read More ...

If you want to stay at one of the state's many dude and guest ranches, choose the ranch experience that's most suitable for you—from working cattle ranches that make you part of the operation (chores included) to resort ranches where you can enjoy hotel amenities and horseback riding. Expect most dude ranches to offer riding lessons, trail rides, hiking (including some llama treks), fishing, swimming, and group campfires, sing-alongs and cookouts. Accommodations are in cabins or lodges that range from rustic to luxurious. Some ranches are closed to guests in the winter. Multiday packages are the norm, but daily rates are sometimes available.< Show Less