Spring Break is right around the corner for K - College kids. Don't have the funds or the means to take your break out of state? Check out these amazing Colorado Spring break trips to cure your wanderlust.

Not all of us are fortunate enough to take a luxury cruise or hit up Mexico for their spring break. Fortunately, our beautiful state has everything you could ever want in a vacation. Whether you're looking for some relaxation and pampering, some seclusion, or a little adventure; your best bet is to have a Colorado spring break. Telluride [caption id="attachment_10183" align="aligncenter" width="648"]Colorado Spring Break ML Hobby Photography, also featured image*[/caption] This picturesque mountain town is truly something out of a fairy tail. Surrounded by the jagged and majestic San Juan mountain range, Telluride is perfect for outdoor adventure seekers. Beautiful hikes, hot springs, and there is almost always some kind of show for you to enjoy! Also, right near by is the "Switzerland of Colorado," Ouray, which is an adorable town to check out and wind down after an exhausting hike. Plus, the hot springs park is a perfect place to snap some selfies and make your friends jealous. Sand Dunes National Park [caption id="attachment_10182" align="aligncenter" width="684"]Colorado Spring Break ML Hobby Photography[/caption] Need your beach fix but feeling a bit...landlocked? Great Sand Dunes National Park has you covered! Just a few hours from Denver you'll find towering sand dunes with even a bit of a rushing river below (depending on the time of year). Hike, backpack, ride horses, sled, camp, or tan... the options are endless. The Sand Dunes truly make for a picture perfect Colorado spring break. Estes Park [caption id="attachment_10196" align="aligncenter" width="669"]Colorado spring break Downtown Estes Park, Colorado.com[/caption] What isn't there to do in Estes? Come into town and do some shopping, or head up a bit and explore Rocky Mountain National Park if you're in need of a wildlife fix for your Colorado spring break. There are tons of lodging options from cabins and RV Camping to romantic get aways... or if you're on the braver side (and have a bit more cash) you can book a stay at the notoriously haunted Stanley Hotel. Castle Rock Zip lining [caption id="attachment_10195" align="aligncenter" width="699"]Colorado spring break Epic Sky Trek, Castle Rock[/caption] We wrote an entire article specifically for zip lining tours in Castle Rock. If you're an adventure seeker and want to do some high-flying playing, take some time during your spring break to check out one of the many adventure parks around Castle Rock.

Winter Park [caption id="attachment_10197" align="aligncenter" width="638"]Colorado spring break Colorado.com[/caption] If you're not quite finished with winter and you want to keep shredding the slopes, Winter Park is the Colorado spring break place for you! The hidden wonder of Winter Park is you get all the perks with less people. While most newbies are clogging up Breck or Keystone, you can escape to your own winter wonderland without worrying about someone who thought they didn't need to take a lesson ramming into you. These are just a few places you could explore for a envy-inducing Colorado Spring break. On top of taking a trip somewhere there are plenty of upcoming shows, festivals, and more going on all over our great state. So, if you're stuck in or headed to Colorado for spring break, know you'll definitely have something fun to do!

Check out some of the shows coming to Colorado in March!