Our house, at 5,280 feet altitude, is located in Denver, the state capital, in the Denver Tech Center only a 15-minute drive from downtown. Additionally, the light rail stop (metro train), which is only a ten minute walk or 5 minute bike ride from the house, will connect you, without hassle, to all convenient locations in Denver including downtown.
The house sleeps six, in three bedrooms upstairs, two of these rooms have queen beds one with a double futon. Two bathrooms are upstairs with a ½ bath downstairs. The living room, dining room, T.V room and kitchen are located downstairs. We have a lovely, landscaped backyard with a deck off of the kitchen and a patio on the ground floor. Frequently you will see bunnies in the yard. We leave a laptop connected to WIFI so you can check your email.
Colorado is known for its 360 days of sunshine. September and October offer beautiful colors with the Aspen and Maples changing their leaves, Crisp mornings and warm afternoons, perfect weather for hiking, walking or bike riding. Although it might be cold December through February, you can still count on blue skies. March and April can offer rainy cool days or sunny warmth with Spring in the air. When you wake up in Denver, adventure awaits. Visit any of the many of museums and galleries that make Denver the Arts Capital of the West. Or indulge with shopping, and then spend a blissful afternoon at a spa. The Mile High City is also home to no less than eight pro sports teams. Baseball, basketball, soccer, football, hockey, lacrosse, rugby – Denver's got it all.
There are dude ranches and fly-fishing for outdoor enthusiasts and whitewater kayaking or rafting for adventure seekers. Take in the sights from above on a balloon or helicopter tour, or on the ground with horseback riding or an off-road adventure.
Be sure to escape for a day-trip into the majestic Rockies, where hiking, snowshoeing, skiing and more await – sometimes all in the same day.
Denver has the nation's largest city park system and 850 miles of urban trails, perfect for exploring on two feet or two wheels. We will also leave you with two bikes and a lock. Bike paths throughout the city are a great way to explore major attractions.
We are both adventurers and enjoy be outdoors as much as we enjoy sitting by a fire or admiring a view and reading a good book. We have traveled all over the world and Preston is fluent in Spanish (I can order a sandwich and find the bathroom :)
I work as a Program Director for a National Non-profit and Preston is currently taking graduate classes in Anthropology, tuning skis and teaching Kayaking lessons for a local kids camp.