Each state has its darling cities, and every state has a few towns that everyone likes to pick on. Thankfully, we live in Colorado. Where even the lamest towns have a State/National Park or a Monument worth seeing, that is not all that far away.

MoneyInc.com released a list of the worst places to live in Colorado. They factored in data from Homesnacks and Reddit to zoom in on violent crime rates and unemployment. Let's look closer at the towns on their list in the photo gallery below.

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20 of the Worst Places To Live In Colorado

I'm just going to say it. MoneyInc, you had me at the crime rates. Regardless of where a town is located in Colorado, nobody wants to live someplace with a high violent crime rate. It seems like several of the twenty worst places to live in Colorado made the list due to this characteristic alone.

Some Of The Worst Crime Rates In Colorado

In 2023, your chances of being a victim of a robbery or vandalism in Aurora, Colorado, was 1 in 32.7. Some of the worst violent crime rates in Colorado may surprise you. They are found in Snowmass Village, Granby, Ault, and La Veta and are explored further in the gallery below.

One Town Few People Can Afford

Not every Colorado town that made the list was on it due to crime. Colorado's Greenwood Village makes the list because unless you are made of money, it's completly unaffordable. With home values over $800,000, you'll need to earn a king's ransom to live in this area.

Take a closer look at all twenty towns in the gallery below.

The 20 Worst Places to Live in Colorado in 2024

Planning on moving in 2024? Which towns in Colorado are the ones to avoid calling home? Using data from MoneyInc, Roadsnacks, and Reddit, we've come up with the twenty worst towns to call home in the state of Colorado.

Gallery Credit: Wesley Adams

The Most Dangerous Colorado Counties to Drive Based on Fatal Accidents

While six Colorado counties managed zero fatal accidents in 2020, the rest were not nearly as safe to drive in.

White Knuckle Your Way Down Colorado's Most Dangerous Roads

Slivers of asphalt cling to mountainsides with barely enough room for a subcompact car, let alone the monster RVs peppering the roadways. Blind corners leave even the most experienced drivers wondering what awaits around the bend. Let's not forget the thousand-foot drops with nothing between safety and impending doom but a thin slice of gravel -- talk about white knuckles.

If you're brave enough to "risk your life" for beautiful views, you won't be disappointed.

How many of these dangerous roads have you traveled in Colorado?