The Highest, Lowest, Deepest, Darkest, Quietest Places in Colorado

By John Meyer
From The Denver Post
No doubt you’ve heard the phrase “Colorado Above All.” That’s because we were the highest state in elevation long before cannabis was legalized.
And while we’re not the coldest state, we are the coolest, right?
While pondering our highness and coolness, we thought it would be fun to compile a list of Colorado extremes — highest, deepest, darkest, coldest, you get the idea.
We have to start with the fact that Colorado has the highest mean elevation in the U.S. at 6,860 feet above sea level. Neighboring states round out the top four with Wyoming at 6,396 feet, Utah at 6,011 and New Mexico at 5,771….
Source: The Epoch Times

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