Colorado: The State of Wellness

Many early settlers moved to Colorado for reasons associated with health. Several historic Colorado destinations and landmarks such as The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs and the Colorado Chautauqua in Boulder were originally founded as places for wellness retreats and individual healing. Colorado’s pristine outdoors, active lifestyle, clean air and sunshine continue to attract visitors in search of wellness offerings. From luxurious high-altitude spas such as the Vail Vitality Center and wellness centers like the Crestone Zen Center to any one of Colorado’s 30 hot springs and wellness focused events, Colorado is the state of wellness. Details about a few top-notch destinations are below:

The Vail Vitality Center: This center is in Vail Mountain Lodge alongside Gore Creek. The on-site wellness experience at the Vail Vitality Center offers a full spa, an 18,000-square-foot fitness center and private sessions with personal coaches trained in yoga and meditation.

Dharma Sangha Crestone Mountain Zen Center: The Crestone Mountain Zen Center sits at 8,400 feet with stunning views of the San Luis Valley and the San Juan Mountains.

Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort: This resort is located between the towns of Buena Vista and Salida. It offers 100 percent natural and odorless hot springs ranging from 70 to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The resort has a historic bath house.

For more details about wellness destinations in Colorado visit: https://www.colorado.com/articles/transform-mind-body-spirit-colorado.

 

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