Whether you’re lucky enough to call Colorado home, or you’re just looking to take a trip during one of the most magical times of the year, there’s no better place to celebrate Christmas. We’ve put together some highlights of the season in Denver, Boulder, and beyond. 

Take a Ride in Georgetown

Next to the North Pole, this might actually be one of the best places to catch the holiday spirit. There’s carolers, horse-drawn carriage rides, hot cocoa, and more. And if you’re not convinced yet, check out the Christmas Market where you can find a gift for literally anyone. Once you’ve already crossed a pair of Lems of their list, that is.

Find Your Perfect Tree

In a state full of some of the most beautiful mountains you can imagine, it’s hardly surprising that Colorado is THE place to find your dream tree. Whether you’re looking to go full “Christmas Vacation”, or Charlie Brown is more of your style there’s something for everyone. Just make sure you’re wearing proper footwear before you go full lumberjack. 

See the Zoo Light up

While the Denver Zoo is always a good idea, during the Christmas season, they truly turn it up a notch. With over TWO MILLION lights on display, there is probably no better place to go full-Christmas with the whole family. 

Watch a Classic Christmas Play

Is it even Christmas if you haven’t see Tiny Tim and Ebinezier Scrooge overcome their differences? If you’re craving a classic to get you in the Christmas mood, look no further than the University of Colorado’s performance right from the heart of Boulder. 

If you need the perfect gift, or just the perfect pair to wear while doing all the things you love during the most wonderful time of the year, we recommend literally any pair of Lems.

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