What are the states that border Colorado?
Starting at the Four Corners area, Colorado shares a border with New Mexico, Arizona Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma.
FOUR CORNER STATES: Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah. states that border Arizona: New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, Nevada, and California. states that border New Mexico: Arizona, Colorado, Utah, and Texas. states that border Colorado: Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, and Oklahoma. states that border Utah: Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, Nevada, Idaho, and Wyoming.
there are many states bordering Colorado.... northwest park of Oklahoma, kansas and nebraska are on the east and northeast of the state New Mexico is south of the state wyoming is north of the state Arizona and Utah are both on the west and south west border of Colorado all of these states are right on the border of Colorado.
Seven states border Colorado. They are Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Oklahoma. Arizona and Colorado touch at the Four Corners Monument and Oklahoma and Colorado share a small common border. Kansas, Nebraka, Wyoming, Utah and New Mexico all have long borders to make it seven states.