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Fall in Colorado

Bugling elk, the chance of snow, 80 degree days…you never know what you will experience on a fall day in Colorado. You can count on the sunshine though, we have always got sunshine.

The Front Range region of Colorado stretches along the foothills at the base of the Rocky Mountains. 

Easily accessible from Denver International Airport, the Front Range boasts it’s own beauty and serves as a gateway to the Rockies. Cities in this area are known for their excellent biking, both on trails and on safe well-designed bike lanes. Walking and hiking trails lead across hills and around lakes, ponds, and through each town. Colorado is a visually striking location to complete alcohol and drug addiction treatment. Though the weather is changing, the fall months still have plenty of outdoor opportunities.

September
Elk produce a wild sound during mating season each fall. Called bugling, the sound rises to a high pitch from a low rumble followed by series of grunts. Bull elks may fight with a clash of antlers. Weighing up to one thousand pounds bull elk are a sight to see.

October
The changing leaves of the aspen trees make Colorado glow golden yellow in fall. Their bright white trunks highlight the small round gold aspen leaves as they quake in the wind.

November
Colorado’s sunny dry weather allows for outdoor activities even in cooler weather. Stroll through nearby Benson sculpture garden, explore Lory State Park, or walk around Lake Loveland.

Located in northern Colorado along the Front Range, InnerBalance Health Center provides access to the beauty this state offers. Our balconies and decks overlook the foothills to the west. During the fall and winter months a fireplace lights the dining room. Holistic treatment touches on all aspects of how addiction affects an individual—medical, emotional, physical—with group & private counseling, medical IV treatments, exercise, nutritional education in a warm enriching environment. Colorado, with all it’s natural beauty, is a wonderful, healthy place to seek holistic addiction treatment.

Joe Eisele, CACIII, NCAC
Joe is the Clinical Director at InnerBalance Health Center and has been helping achieve lifelong sobriety incorporating biochemical restoration and holistic addiction treatment for over 30 years.