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The total driving distance from Saint Louis, MO to Denver, CO is 850 miles or 1 368 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Saint Louis, Missouri. It ends in Denver, Colorado.
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Since this is a long drive, you might want to stop halfway and stay overnight in a hotel. You can find the city that is halfway between Saint Louis, MO and Denver, CO.
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Salina, KS is the halfway point between Saint Louis and Denver. It is 433 miles from Denver and 422 miles from Saint Louis. This city of around 50,000 people has over 2,000 accommodations to choose from.
The late Steve Fossett, a world-renowned adventurer chose Salina to launch his solo non-stop around the world flight in the Virgin Atlantic GlobalFlyer in March 2005.
If you are looking for things to do in Salina, we suggest visiting Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure, Kenwood Cove Water Park and Smoky Hill Museum.
Rolling Hills Wildlife Adventure has a 65-acre landscaped park zoo with over 100 species of wildlife. It has 64,000 square foot museum that showcases animals, nature and people in 7 unique regions of the world.
Kenwood Cove is Kansas’ premier water park with slides, pools, lazy river, wave pool and lap pool. It is a family-friendly and affordable park with a Caribbean-inspired relaxing atmosphere.
The Smoky Hill Museum is family and kid-friendly. The museum is free. It showcases the lifestyle and history of Salina and the Smoky Hill region in Kansas. It is also known as the Crossroads of the Heartland.
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