6 More Crazy Laws in Colorado That Will Leave You Scratching Your Head In Wonder

There’s so much to love about living in Colorado: the beautiful outdoors, the incredible towns, world-famous attractions, and, from time to time, even the wonderfully bizarre laws. In the past we compiled a list of some of the strangest laws in Colorado and today, we have a handful more to add to the collection. These weird laws in Colorado will surely leave you questioning just about everything!

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So what are your thoughts on these weird laws in Colorado? Did you know they existed or perhaps you’ve unknowingly bent the rules a bit? Tell us in the comments below — we’d love to hear from you!

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September 28, 2021

What are some fun facts about Colorado?

Whether you’ve lived in the Centennial State your entire life or are relatively new to the area, you’ll be delighted to learn some fun — and downright random — facts about colorful Colorado. Did you know, for instance, that there’s a specific corner of the state that will allow you to be in four different places at once? Known as the Four Corners Monument, this place is the exact landmark where Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and Utah all align. Next up on the list of fun facts about Colorado is that the state is home to the single largest mineral pool on the planet. Known as Glenwood Springs, this hot spring produces over 3.5 million gallons of water each day. Speaking of hot springs, Colorado is also home to the deepest hot spring in the world known as Pagosa Springs, which measures an impressive 1,002 feet deep! Finally, did you know that Colorado’s Grand Mesa is considered the largest flattop mountain in the world? Towering 10,000 feet above sea level, this massive mountain spans hundreds of square miles.

What is Colorado famous for?

While many people associate Colorado with the majestic Rocky Mountains, in truth, there’s so much more to Colorado than its unique landscape. Of course, if we’re talking about what the state is most famous for, you can’t neglect to mention outdoor adventures. The most famous landmarks in Colorado include Rocky Mountain National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, Garden of the Gods Nature Center, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, the Denver Art Museum, Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre, Pikes Peak, and Breckenridge Ski Resort. How many of these famous Colorado landmarks have you experienced?