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The Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater hosts several shows and events.


New A Line connects the airport to downtown Denver


Denver’s Regional Transportation District (RTD) launched the A Line last spring, connecting the country’s sixth busiest airport to downtown Denver. The new A Line, an electric commuter rail, now offers a convenient link between Denver International Airport (DEN) and Denver Union Station, the city’s historic urban transportation hub.


Denver Botanic Gardens. 9. Denver has the 10th largest downtown in the United


States. Unlike some Western cities, Denver has a defini- tive, exciting and walkable downtown — the 10th largest in the nation. Within just a one mile radius, there are three sports stadiums, the country's second largest performing arts complex, an assortment of art and history museums, a mint producing 10 billion coins a year, a river offering whitewater rafting, the country's only downtown amuse- ment park, a world-class aquarium, more than 8,500 hotel rooms and more than 300 restaurants, brew pubs, rooftop cafes and music venues. Te 16th Street Mall is a mile- long pedestrian promenade that cuts through the center of downtown lined with 200 trees and 42 outdoor cafes. Free electric shuttle buses travel up and down the Mall, stop- ping on every corner. After 6 p.m., the Mall comes alive with horse-drawn carriages and pedicabs. 10. Denver has one of the largest city park systems in the country. Denver has more than 200 parks within the city and 14,000 acres of parks in the nearby mountains, in- cluding the spectacular Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre, a 9,000 seat amphitheatre that has hosted everyone from the Beatles to top symphony orchestras. Rolling Stone has called Red Rocks the best outdoor concert venue in the world.


Te city has its own buffalo herd located in the moun- tains with a panoramic view. Other mountain parks in- clude Echo Lake, at the base of the Mount Evans highway – the highest paved road in North America climbing to a


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“World class tourism destinations offer world class public transportation for their visitors,” said Richard Scharf, president and CEO of VISIT DENVER, The Convention & Visitors Bureau. “Denver offers a stellar public transpor- tation network, and this addition really helps to bring our city to the next level by connecting our airport directly to our compact, walkable downtown with convenience and value.”


By opting for the new $9 train ride, visitors now can travel at 79 miles per hour to cover the distance between downtown Denver and the airport, which is the sixth busiest in the United States and 19th busiest globally.


14,260-foot summit — and Buffalo Bill's Grave on top of Lookout Mountain, the final resting spot of the famous frontier scout and showman. Denver plants more than 200,000 flowers in 26 formal


flower gardens every spring. Metro Denver is home to more than 85 miles of off-street bike paths, one of the largest urban bike trail systems in the nation. Denver B- cycle has more than 800 bright red Trek bikes available for rental at 84 stations across the city. Simply swipe a credit card and pedal off. Tere are 90 golf courses in the metro area that stay


open all year long due to Denver's mild winters. With all of these recreational opportunities, a federal study recently found that Denver has the thinnest residents of any major U.S. city. Story and photos provided by VISIT DENVER, the Con- vention and Visitors Bureau.


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