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Always pack for varied elements and learn the rules of mountain travel. 3. On the same note, bring sunglasses goggles with good UVA- and UVB-blocking capability. Drink plenty of water. Do your nose and other extremities a favor, get smart about mountain wear. Colorado is the highest state in America. Although Colorado's ski and snowboard resorts are known for their light, fluffy powder and blue-sky days, the sun, snowstorms and wind can take a toll on your body. Other mountain safety . 
With lots of rural areas, high mountain passes and a web of dirt roads without gas stations, Colorado can be a challenging place to drive anytime of the year. Water-wickers. Drinking lots of water can also help prevent altitude sickness - symptoms range from headache to nausea - which visitors sometimes experience. Consider taking shuttles to your mountain destinations. If you're going to be out on the slopes or doing something athletic, make sure you invest in a water-wicking base layer - not cotton. 2. Weather changes very quickly in Colorado. In high altitudes your body needs, but doesn't always crave, more liquids. Consider taking shuttles to your mountain destinations. 
Sunscreen. Don't try to outsmart nature - you'll seldom win. With that in mind, pack - and slather on generously - the heavy-duty sunscreen (at least SPF 25), and make sure it's the UVB UVA-blocking kind. Don't try to outsmart nature - you'll seldom win. Other mountain safety tips. 
Ski goggles will also protect your eyes from the wind, chilly temperatures and snow when you take that first faceplant. Read the label before you buy. But in winter weather, roads can become even trickier. Colorado doesn't have many gray, overcast days, unless there's a snowstorm blowing in. At these lofty heights, the sun is stronger and the air thinner, but the adventure that much more exciting. If you've ever had your eyes burned by the sun or by the ray's tricky reflection off the snow, you'll never leave home without these trusty companions. Water-wickers. Movement fabrics that were once considered high-tech are today commonplace and reasonably priced. But in winter weather, roads can become even trickier. If you're going to be out on the slopes or doing something athletic, make sure you invest in a water-wicking base layer - not cotton. To play in this high altitude state, though, it's best to prepare before you visit, especially in winter. With that in mind, pack - and slather on generously - the heavy-duty sunscreen (at least SPF 25), and make sure it's the UVB UVA-blocking kind. Always pack for varied elements and learn the rules of mountain travel. In high altitudes your body needs, but doesn't always crave, more liquids. The sun shines all winter. Hydrating is especially important when you're losing additional moisture by sweating. Movement fabrics that were once considered high-tech are today commonplace and reasonably priced. Colorado doesn't have many gray, overcast days, unless there's a snowstorm blowing in. Read the label before you buy. 
Drinking lots of water can also help prevent altitude sickness - symptoms range from headache to nausea - which visitors sometimes experience. Here are some suggestions for what to pack on your winter excursion to Colorado: Hat. Denver rests at 5,280 feet, and many low melt polyester mountain towns sit above 9,000. 3. Make sure you or your driver is a good route-finder, that you have a map and that if possible you stock your car with emergency items like a blanket, extra fuel and a cell phone. Eyewear. Bring a map. Although Colorado's ski and snowboard resorts are known for their light, fluffy powder and blue-sky days, the sun, snowstorms and wind can take a toll on your body. Any major outdoor store will have these polypropylene-based undergarments that absorb sweat and wick it away from your skin. Bring a map. Do your nose and other extremities a favor, get smart about mountain wear. At these lofty heights, the sun is stronger and the air thinner, but the adventure that much more exciting.Colorado is the highest state in America. 
If you've ever had your eyes burned by the sun or by the ray's tricky reflection off the snow, you'll never leave home without these trusty companions. Sunscreen.. On the same note, bring sunglasses goggles with good UVA- and UVB-blocking capability. Hydrating is especially important when you're losing additional moisture by sweating. Any major outdoor store will have these polypropylene-based undergarments that absorb sweat and wick it away from your skin. Denver rests at 5,280 feet, and many mountain towns sit above 9,000. Ski goggles will also protect your eyes from the wind, chilly temperatures and snow when you take that first faceplant. Whether you're on the slopes or just walking around in town, bring a hat for two reasons: 1) Like you learned in grade school, you lose most of your body heat through your head; 2) A brimmed hat will do wonders to deflect harmful rays from easily burned extremities like your nose and cheeks. Make sure you or your driver is a good route-finder, that you have a map and that if possible you stock your car with emergency items like a blanket, extra fuel and a cell phone. To play in this high altitude state, though, it's best to prepare before you visit, especially in winter. Don't count on the forecast. Weather changes very quickly in Colorado.


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