Welcome to Colorado!
Colorado is one of the most popular states to live in with an ever-growing population. And no wonder: We have plenty of sunshine, the great outdoors and a strong economy with job growth. Boulder is one of the largest cities in the state and certainly one of the most interesting. It is progressive, diverse and has a highly educated population. The city is surrounded by more than 36,000 acres of recreational open space with a multitude of public-access trails. But there are plenty of equally wonderful towns and communities around Boulder as well, each with their own unique character.
To familiarize yourself with the area, here are links to various websites that will provide you with plenty of information. However, we are always available to give you a more personal interpretation and tour. (Note: We annually update this section. We apologize ahead of time if any of these links are no longer valid.)
10 Good Reasons to relocate to Boulder
300 sunny days a year
Even in mid winter the days are generally sunny. When weather patterns change, clouds and wind may roll in, but one thing you can be certain of is that in a few days the weather will likely revert to the norm – sunshine.
You will be amazed by the depth, breadth and knowledge base of holistic healing specialists, dietitians, yoga, alternative and natural medicine professionals.
Health food nuts and foodies
Boulder is renowned for its health food aficionados, nationally-acclaimed restaurants and organic farmers.
Higher PhD population than any other city in the USA
That’s a fact and leads to some interesting people. Boulder city is a hub for some major government research programs and is a national center for high-tech industries, especially in the medical and IT fields.
Regardless of the weather you will always see people out walking, hiking or bike riding. In fact it is known as a popular training center for numerous athletic disciplines – from running to rock climbing.
Not just an ordinary college town
The University of Colorado (CU) is a top-rated school and has produced astronauts and Nobel laureates. The college is a significant contributor to the local economy and hosts numerous cultural and sporting events.
Most residents own at least one bike. The city is becoming ever more bike-friendly.
Central and convenient
Boulder is in the middle of the country. DIA is an international airport and is easily accessible.
110 miles of trails are within easy access. The mountains, more hiking and skiing locations are a short drive away. Rock climbing, mountain biking and white water canoeing are popular alternative pastimes.
Boulder is a Mecca for the arts. Museums, musicians, any kind of artist, festivals and street activities are a constant attraction.