Getting to Colorado

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Getting to Colorado

Denver is Colorado's hub; the state's two major interstates, I–25 and I–70, intersect here, and most of the state's population lives within a one- or two-hour drive of the city. The high plains expand to the east from Denver, and the western edge of the metro area ends at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains. A corridor of cities along I–25 parallels the foothills from Fort Collins to Pueblo, and the most lonely stretches of highway are in the eastern portion of the state on the plains. Although air, rail, and bus service connects Denver to many smaller cities and towns, a car is the most practical way to explore the state.

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