mountain lake and forest

Explore Colorado

In the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, you’re never too far from a new path, trail or park waiting to be explored. Embrace the natural beauty of Colorado as you spend time reflecting on who you are and who you want to be. Reconfirm your vision while rocking out with 10,000 new friends at Red Rocks amphitheater. At Regis University, Colorado is your extended campus. Make time to enjoy all it has to offer.

Places to ski and ride. Add some powder to your procrastination. Legendary Vail and Breckenridge are less than two hours away.
Mountains over 14,000 feet. Some hardy folks try to climb them all. Some folks succeed.
Miles of trails crossing eight mountain ranges, seven national forests, and five river systems. They haven’t invented enough sports for all this terrain.
Kayaking students hold Regis flag

First Tracks Pre-Orientation Trip

Open to all first-year on-campus students, First Tracks is the perfect way to get a taste of the recreation opportunities Colorado has to offer and get to know other incoming students. Spend your time camping, hiking, rafting, paddleboarding and more before you start class.

Students hiking in the mountains

Outdoor Adventure Program

Through the Outdoor Adventure Program, current students can sign up for half-day, full-day or overnight adventure trips, challenge themselves on our on-campus climbing wall, or take advantage of free gear rentals to explore all that Colorado has to offer.

Roughly 300 inches of powder a year make Colorado a destination for skiers and snowboarders.

Ski Colorado

Explore Colorado’s 42 state parks, wildlife and outdoor recreation. Find an excuse to get outdoors.

Colorado State Parks

See what's happening right in your backyard with Denver events, festivals and local happenings.

Visit Denver
Colorado mountains in the fall
Man walking in downtown Denver
coors field during evening baseball game
Neighborhood brewery on a sunny day