Colorado is the only US state with no federal borders, and the border between the state and Mexico stretches over more than half the state.
But its geography and history have given rise to an array of strange, weird, and sometimes downright fascinating places, from a remote stretch of Colorado that’s still known for its famous gold rush and the wild terrain of the Grand Canyon to a border that spans the whole country, including all the way to the Canadian border.
So we took the time to explore these places and more in a new series called The Best States in the US.
And to help you get the most out of our guide, we’ve put together a list of the best places in the United States to visit, whether you’re just getting started or you’re a seasoned traveler.
The US is home to more than 500 species of plants and animals, including more than a million species of mammals, and is home for more than 7,000 species of birds.
But some species are threatened with extinction, and scientists are trying to figure out how to protect them.
There are more than 100 national parks, which offer unique habitat for birds, reptiles, amphibians, and insects.
These include Yellowstone National Park, Grand Canyon National Park and the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument.
It’s home to some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, including the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, the Grand Floridian National Park on the Gulf of Mexico, and Mount Rainier in Washington state.
Colorado is home, on average, to 1.6 million people per year.
That means that the state has the highest population density of any state in the country, and about one-fifth of the people live in the state’s metro area.
Colorado has one of the highest per capita birth rates in the nation.
The state has a population of about 5 million, and it has the sixth-highest median income in the union.
In 2016, the median income for a white male in Colorado was $80,000, and for a black male it was $47,000.
Colorado boasts some of America’s oldest and most popular monuments, including Mount Rushmore and the Rocky Mountains.
The United States has the lowest incarceration rate in the industrialized world, and more than 90 percent of the state population is over 18.
It is home a lot of the country’s biggest and best natural and cultural resources, including Yellowstone National Parks, Grand Floridians National Park (the oldest national park in the contiguous US), Grand Stairs of the Rockies National Monument, Grand Tetons National Monument (the largest of all the national monuments in the USA), and the Mount Rushmores National Monument in Wyoming.
The Denver International Airport, the countrys second-busiest airport in the Americas, has been the destination for some of world’s biggest sporting events.
The Rocky Mountains National Park is home of the world’s tallest mountain, the Cascades, and also the home to the worlds largest mountain glacier, the Bering Sea.
The Blue Ridge Parkway connects the Rocky Mountain foothills and the Great Salt Lake in Utah, and has been ranked the most scenic in the whole world.
It also has one the most pristine wilderness areas in the entire United States.
There is no state in America that has more than 2.8 million acres of public land, which is equivalent to about 6.8 percent of all land in the U.S. 16.
The American Indian and Alaska Native tribes have been fighting to get more federal land to protect their traditional lands, which includes land in Wyoming and parts of Montana and Idaho.
The Colorado River is one of Americas most important waterways, and stretches through about a quarter of the nation’s states.
Colorado was one of six states to join the union in 1848.
It became the first state to become a state in 1866.
There have been some 100 wildfires in the Colorado River Valley since 1996, and there have been more than 400 documented wildfires in this area since the early 1990s.
In 2014, it was the most-polluted state in all of America, with 1,719 carbon dioxide-equivalent emissions from all sources, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.
In 2015, the United Nations declared the state of Colorado as the “climate capital of the United State,” which was the first such designation in the Western Hemisphere.
The most famous Colorado waterhole in the continental United States, Mount Hood, is a popular tourist attraction.
Colorado Springs, the hometown of actor Kevin Bacon, is home in the town of the same name.
There were more than 1,200 wildfires in Colorado in 2016.
The first recorded snowmelt on the Rocky Mount is located in the mountains of Arizona, where Mount