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Fun Things to See and Do in Boulder
RNs on Boulder travel nursing jobs soon find out why the city is rated the #1 "Top Sports Town in America" by Outside Magazine. Situated in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Boulder has plenty to do for the outdoor adventurer including rock climbing, biking, hiking, and cross-country skiing in winter. Telluride is a resort town just six hours away where travelers can enjoy weekend getaways with downhill skiing, fine dining, an exciting nightlife, and boutique shopping.
The University of Colorado campus is ideal for walking or jogging and offers a number of entertainment possibilities including the Boulder Philharmonic Orchestra, movies, lectures, concerts of every type, and live theater. Eldorado Springs is another nearby resort town known for rock climbing, kayaking and white water rafting. RN’s on Boulder travel nursing jobs enjoy sunshine most days of the year as the area has a dry climate typical of much of Colorado.
Boulder, CO Travel Nursing Jobs
RNs on Boulder travel nursing jobs have a number of options for shopping throughout the city and the Pearl Street Mall is perfect for shoppers and non-shoppers alike with it's four-block pedestrian mall consisting of a number of boutiques, restaurants, specialty stores, entertainment venues, and artisan shops. Taking a break is easy in Boulder as the city is well-known for its numerous cafes and yoga studios where travel nurses can stretch out the kinks from a hard day’s work.
Highly-Rated for Quality of Life
Boulder is also rated #1 by MoneyWatch magazine as the "Happiest City in the Nation" as RNs on previous Boulder travel nursing jobs can attest. Forbes rates Boulder as America’s "Top Towns to Live Well," Bon Appétit magazine rates it as "America’s Foodiest Town, U.S.A." Today ranks its citizens as having the "Highest Well-Being," and AARP magazine rates it as the #6 "City to Live and Retire." Boulder has a young population demographic with an average age of 28.7 years old which is lower than the national average and, in part, due to the effect of the student body of the University of Colorado (UoC).