From towering mountains to ancient ruins, some of the greatest benefits of learning English in Colorado are its stunning natural and historical marvels. Students at LCI Denver English school can visit 13 parks, monuments and historic sites—and discover the wonder of Colorado.
Rocky Mountain National Park, 1.5 hours from LCI Denver
Experience the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains when you learn English in Colorado. Hike over 300 miles (483 kilometers) of trail through dense pine forests, fields of wildflowers and alpine tundra—or drive Trail Ridge Road to stunning views at over 12,000 feet (3,658 meters).
Against a landscape of mountain forests and valley grasslands rise the Great Sand Dunes, the tallest dunes (at 750 feet or 230 meters) in North America. The park offers hiking, sand sledding and even swimming in Medano Creek—all for you to explore while learning English in Colorado.
Colorado wasn’t always just a great destination to learn English in the USA—millions of years ago it was home to dinosaurs! You can see fossils and other prehistoric remains as you hike or raft through over 200,000 acres of protected canyons, mountains and river basins!
The Ancestral Pueblo American Indians lived in the cliffs and valleys of Mesa Verde from 600 to 1300 AD. Visitors can now view over 5,000 preserved archeological sites, including 600 cliff dwellings. Take a road trip and tour Mesa Verde National Park when you learn English in Colorado.
That’s just a sampling of all Colorado has to offer! Students learning English in Colorado can visit 13 national parks and historic sites, from Colorado National Monument to Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park–all just a few hours away from LCI Denver English school.