Colorado is already the dream destination for anybody looking to experience the best that Mother Nature has to offer, and Mesa Verde National Park offers another side of this fantastic state that is rarely experienced. Instead of the snow-capped peaks in the mountains, head to the desert to see ancient cliff dwellings, epic canyons with panoramic vistas, and perhaps even a dinosaur print or two. This region is outstanding for hiking, perhaps with a hike up to the Cliff Palace - it dates back more than 800 years, and is also the largest cliff dwelling in the country. Check out the Chapin Mesa Archeological Museum, to learn about the Ancestral Puebloans and gain some context about the area. And where better to stay than one of these secluded hiking cabins with Wi-Fi? They all come equipped with everything you might need for your dream escape.