Socially distanced attractions and activities for a road trip through Colorado that are actually worth the stop

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International travel restrictions due to the coronavirus pandemic made road trips the vacation of choice this summer. Travel experts previously told BI that they expect to see vacation trends shift from traveling by plane to that by car and RV.

Sources: Business Insider, Business Insider

As fall rolls around and the pandemic continues, we compiled a list of road trip stops to fill the season safely. These are the top-rated attractions through Colorado that are worth a socially distanced visit.

Source: Business Insider

Follow in the footsteps of dinosaurs through a hiking trail at a park and preserve in Morrison, Colorado, west of Denver.

Sources: Trip Advisor Dinosaur Ridge

At Dinosaur Ridge, visitors can hike a trail full of 250 preserved dinosaur tracks from three dinosaurs and one crocodilian, per the company’s website.

Sources:Dinosaur Ridge

The site reopened on May 9 with coronavirus-era procedures in place, like having all workers wear masks and enforcing social distancing. Patrons are only required to wear masks inside facilities like the gift shop.

Sources: Trip Advisor Dinosaur Ridge

North of Denver, catch a movie at Holiday Twin Drive-in.

Sources: Trip Advisor, Holiday Twin Drive-In

For up to $9 a person, depending on your age, watch two films on the big screen from the comfort of your car. Tune in to the movie’s audio on the radio.

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Sources: Trip Advisor, Holiday Twin Drive-In

 

The drive-in is operating with restrictions to prevent the spread of coronavirus. All tickets and food must be bought online, and cars have to park at least 10 feet apart. Additionally, restrooms are being cleaned every 15 minutes.

Sources: Trip Advisor, Holiday Twin Drive-In

West of Denver, explore an outdoor concert venue among red rocks without the usual crowd.

Source: Trip Advisor, Red Rocks

Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre is an outdoor theater that hosts live music. But during the day, people use its 193 steps for exercising and enjoying the view.

Source: Trip Advisor, Red Rocks

During the coronavirus pandemic, dozens of concerts have been canceled or postponed, but the space is open. The venue’s fitness classes are limited to 175 people, and people outside the class can’t access the steps during class times.

Source: Trip Advisor, Red Rocks

In Southern Colorado, get lost at Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve.

Source: National Parks Service, Trip Advisor

This park holds the tallest sand dunes in North America, per the National Parks Service. It’s not like beach sand — Trip Advisor reviews say it’s much softer.

Source: National Parks Service, Trip Advisor

The park began a phased reopening in June. The inside of the Visitor’s Center remains closed to adhere to CDC guidelines, but park rangers …read more

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