There may be no more picture-perfect place in North America than the Centennial State. We may be biased, but our area boasts truly remarkable scenery! It’s filled with awe-inspiring landscapes and four national parks. Colorado’s natural beauty lends itself to endless photo opportunities that are sure to get all the “likes” on your Instagram page. Whether you’re a social media novice or connoisseur, you need to visit these Instagrammable places in Colorado 

Colorado’s beautiful landscape is Instagram-worthy all year! From sparkling lakes in the summer to snow-capped peaks in the winter, there’s never a shortage of spectacular views. Use the Summer Activities and Winter Activities Guides for ideas on where to go to capture the best sights of each season.  

6 of the Most Instagrammable Places in Colorado That You Need to Visit 

1. Rocky Mountain National Park 

Rocky Mountain National Park is perhaps the most iconic Colorado landmark. The Southern Rockies encompass nearly 400,000 square miles that are mostly located in Colorado. That’s a lot of open space to photograph! From forested trails to sparkling lakes, there’s no shortage of Instagram-worthy sites!  

2. Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve 

Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is another top Colorado landmark! This 232squaremile national park boasts diverse landscapes to enjoy and photograph. Explore North America’s tallest sand dunes (That’s a great fun fact for your caption!), grasslands, and tundras all in one visit.  

3. Red Rocks Park  

Whether you’re looking for entertainment or nature content, Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre has something for your Instagram feed! Nature photographers will love the diverse flora and fauna of the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains, as Red Rocks is a transitional area between the two. Or attend a concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre for an unforgettable experience!  

4. Garden of the Gods Park 

Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs is a great place to visit. This park is filled with diverse things to do. Explore the 1,300-acre landscape via foot, bike, trolley, and more! Don’t forget to pack your camera to snap photos of the stunning sandstone formations.  

5. Manitou Incline 

Capture panoramic views of Colorado Springs from the summit of the Manitou Incline! This one-mile trail features 2,000 feet of elevation gain over just one mile of terrain. This trail is for advanced hikers only, so beware before you head out! The journey is challenging, but the photo opportunity at the top is worth it! 

6. Big Blue Bear 

Be sure to snap a photo with the Big Blue Bear during your next visit to downtown Denver! This 40-foot statue outside The Colorado Convention Center is sure to add some whimsy to your Instagram feed.  

Edit Your Photos at Your Home in Winter Park, CO  

Post on Instagram from your home in Winter Park after visiting the most Instagrammable places in Colorado. Real Estate of Winter Park has a large inventory of homes across Grand County. From modern condos to true log cabins, we have a home for everyone’s needs. Many of our properties boast mountain views, so you don’t have to leave home to capture Colorado’s natural beauty! 

Ready to start your home buying or selling journey? Contact the team at Real Estate of Winter Park to get started!