While exotic vacations may not be in the cards for many of us right now, we are happy to report that Colorado is home to two of the best Airbnb destinations in the country, making for a quick and easy getaway:
According to a recent article from The Know Outdoors, Steamboat Springs and Breckenridge are two of the best Airbnb destinations in America, citing a recent survey conducted by ClearPath Strategies.
While both Steamboat and Breck are beautiful destinations full of world-class outdoor recreation, shopping and restaurants, and gorgeous landscapes as far as the eye can see, the study – which surveyed 1,000 U.S. adults – shows that the destinations are, surprisingly, being sought out for different reasons.
According to the survey, Steamboat Springs is being sought after by the telecommuting crowd, who are not only looking for a change of scenery in terms of working from home but are looking to book upward of two weeks at a time.
In addition to Steamboat Springs, remote workers are pining after other lovely spots like Park City, Utah, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Richmond, Virginia (pictured).
Are the telecommuting professionals flocking to Breckenridge to work, too? According to The Know, not so much, as the typical travelers are being forced to stay closer to home, meaning they are traveling to places like Breckenridge to relax, ski, and just get away.
Where else are travelers going? In addition to Breckenridge, they are making plans to visit the Great Smoky Mountains, Tennessee, Palm Springs, Florida, and Davenport, Florida (pictured).
To learn more about this study and to discover other outdoor things to do around Colorado, be sure to visit The Know Outdoors!
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