Colorado is one of the most wonderful places to live in the country, which is why 10,000 or so people move here each month. We feel incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to train at a top tier institution with a work-life balance that allows us to enjoy it all!For a list of upcoming events and things to do in Denver, click here.
Denver looks onto the Front Range of the beautiful Rocky Mountains and boasts innumerable opportunities to be outside. Popular activities amongst our residents include hiking, biking, running, fishing, camping, and skiing. If you can’t find it in the city, a short drive will get you where you want to go for all these activities. Not feeling that adventuresome? With 300 days of sunshine a year you can enjoy the outdoors locally in one of the many public parks or outdoor spaces around town.
American Lake Trail – Aspen, CO
Denver is famous for possibly the country’s greatest music venue, Red Rocks Amphitheatre. Been there, done that? Other great spots to catch a show include the Ogden Theatre, the Bluebird Theater, and Larimer Lounge. Or join in the 130-year tradition and enjoy one of ten free concerts put on by City Park Jazz each summer!
Red Rocks Amphitheatre – Morrison, CO
For a unique shopping experience try out the quarterly Fetch Markets.The Fetch is a fantastic reinvented retail experience where you can shop for personalized gifts made by local vendors while enjoying seasonal food and drinks. Check it out!
There is no shortage of activities for the more culturally savvy folks out there, including the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Colorado Symphony, Colorado Ballet, Denver Art Museum, and Museum of Contemporary Art.
For family friendly spots, try out the Denver Zoo, Downtown Aquarium, and Children’s Museum of Denver.
Larimer Square – Denver, CO
Eat, Drink, and be Merry!
Used to big city dining? We’ve got you covered. New restaurants are popping up left and right in our neck of the woods. Everything from fine dining establishments to boutique farm-to-table experiences, you’ll find your favorite spot in no time.
For unique dining experiences, try out one of these spots:
The Source is an artisan food market that occupies a former 1880’s brick foundry building in Denver’s River North (RiNo) District.
The Stanley Marketplace is a community of 50+ independently owned Colorado business collectively offering a place to eat, drink, shop, and more.
Denver Central Market is a
gourmet marketplace and food hall where you can dine, shop, and socialize.
And don’t forget, Denver
has quickly become one of the most versatile brewing cities in America, not to
mention that we host the Great American Beer Festival .With innumerable spots to choose from, here are a few of our
Great Divide Brewery
Denver Beer Co
Class of 2021
Become a fan of one of our five professional
sports teams (NFL: Broncos, MLB: Rockies, NHL: Avalanche, NBA: Nuggets, and
MLS: Rapids). Alternatively, you can join a team and play a sport yourself!
Residents in our program are members of varying recreational sports teams,
including basketball, ultimate Frisbee, golf, ice hockey, and kickball.
We’ll be honest: almost everyone in Denver owns
a car and uses that as their primary mode of transportation. However, there are
public transit options! The most commonly used options by our residents include
the bus and light rail (for which we get a steep discount). The RTD
transportation system operates 365 days a year and services North, East,
Southeast, Southwest, and West Denver. The Light Rail conveniently runs from the airport to the heart
of downtown (Union Station), and also stops at the VA Hospital on the Anschutz
Medical Campus. Check out their link for details on stops and
Union Square – Denver, CO