Visit Grand County

EXPLORE GRAND COUNTY

The first time you visit Grand County, you might spend hours talking about it: the distinct personality of each unique town, the endless list of things to do, the impression left on you by Rocky Mountain National Park. With so much to tell, it’s too bad you’ll be left at a loss for words.

Towns

From quaint, small towns and ski villages to lakeside escapes and mountain views, you will find a welcoming atmosphere anywhere you go in Grand County, Colorado.

Kremmling

Kremmling

If you're on the hunt for real Colorado adventure, look no further than Kremmling - a western wilderness filled with breathtaking scenery, roaring rapids, and inviting expanses of unspoiled terrain where the wild life vastly outnumbers the human population.

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Grand Lake

Grand Lake

Known as the "Western Gateway" to the Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake has something for everyone.

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Fraser

Fraser

No matter the time of year, Fraser is home to a variety of activites and events to make your stay unforgettable.

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Hot Sulphur Springs

Hot Sulphur Springs

Rich with history and truly unique natural attractions make Hot Sulphur Springs the perfect place relax and unwind.

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Granby

Granby

Granby is home to views of the Continental Divide, National Forests, Colorado and Fraser Rivers, and Lake Granby - the 2nd largest body of water in Colorado.

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Winter Park

Winter Park

Winter Park, Colorado Unfiltered, is one of the most incredible destinations you will find. Make sure your time is well spent and your time in Winter Park is unforgettable!

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Lakes & Rivers

Grand County has the most accessible water in Colorado; think of it as your own personal playground. Swimming, boating, fishing—the list of ways to enjoy our waterways is endless.

Williams Fork River

Williams Fork River

The Williams Fork River, originating from the western slope of the Continental Divide, is a tributary to the Colorado River. Learn more about things to do on and near the Williams Fork River.

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Wolford Mountain Reservoir

Wolford Mountain Reservoir

Located near Kremmling on Muddy Creek, Wolford Mountain Reservoir offers 1,550 surface acres of exciting water recreation, paired with awe-inspiring views of wide-open skies and far off mountains in the distance.

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Shadow Mountain Lake

Shadow Mountain Lake

Shadow Mountain Lake is a high-elevation reservoir near the headwaters of the Colorado River. Learn more about the lake, explore things to do on the lake and near the lake, and discover nearby events.

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Fraser River

Fraser River

The Fraser River is the first main tributary river to the Colorado River, and it offers gold-medal waters for fisherman. Learn more about the Fraser River including fly fishing and nearby hiking trails.

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Colorado River

Colorado River

The 1,450-mile Colorado River passes through parts of seven U.S. and two Mexican states, and it all starts right here in Grand County. Learn more about the Colorado River Headwaters.

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Blue River

Blue River

The Blue River is a Gold Medal fishery, and one of the most scenic rivers in Colorado. Learn more about this spur from the Colorado River, and explore things to do on the Blue River waters.

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Mountains
& Vistas

With elevations soaring over 12,000 feet, Grand County is home to some of the most picturesque and iconic mountains and vistas not only in Colorado, but in all of the USA.

Mount Baldy / Mount Craig

Mount Baldy / Mount Craig

Reaching over 12,000 feet in elevation, Mount Craig soars about the shores of Grand Lake to create an unparalleled view.

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Cliffs of Kremmling

Cliffs of Kremmling

These desert-like cliffs provide a perfect panoramic view of the Kremmling and its surroundings.

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Lone Eagle Peak

Lone Eagle Peak

At nearly, 12,000 feet, Lone Eagle Peak is a jaw-dropping sight and one of the most awe inspiring peaks in the state.

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Continental Divide

Continental Divide

The Continental Divide is one of the most iconic and important mountain ranges in the Americas.

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Adams Fall

Adams Fall

Just east of the town of Grand Lake, is Adams Falls. This waterfall is one of the most popular action in Grand County, and is a quick hike to the top of the falls.

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Berthoud Pass

Berthoud Pass

Not only is Berthoud Pass a scenic high mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains brimming with activity, it is one of the grand entrances into Grand County.

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Wilderness
Areas &
Trails

Explore our miles and miles of protected and designated wilderness areas and trails in Grand County. Whether you prefer a short, easy hike or a multiple day backpacking excursion, there is something for everyone in Grand County.

Idlewild Trail System

Idlewild Trail System

The Idelwild Trail System is a single track loop climbs and descends some of the quality trails just outside of the town of Winter Park.

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Fraser to Granby Trail

Fraser to Granby Trail

The Granby to Fraser Trail is the perfect trail for all ages and skill levels to hike, bike and cross-country ski.

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 Continental Divide National Scenic Trail

Continental Divide National Scenic Trail

The Continental Divide National Scenic Trail winds through some of the Country’s, Colorado’s and Grand County’s most impressive and breathtaking landscapes.

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Indian Peaks Wilderness

Vasquez Peak Wilderness

Indian Peaks Wilderness encompasses 76,711 acres of lakes, streams, trails, and beautiful mountain peaks.

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Never Summer Wilderness

Never Summer Wilderness

Situated to the west of Rocky Mountain National Park, the Never Summer Wilderness area provides a beautiful backdrop for the famous mountain vistas from Trail Ridge Road.

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Vasquez Peak Wilderness

Vasquez Peak Wilderness

Vasquez Peak provides visitors to amazing views of both Indian Peaks and Eagles Nest mountain ranges without the ordinary hustle and bustle of other destinations.

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Scenic Byways
& Drives

Whether you prefer a quick drive or longer, breathtaking journey, Grand County has the a awe-inspiring scenic drive for you.

Corona/Rollins Pass

Corona/Rollins Pass

East of WInter Park, Corona Pass climbs 15 miles to the top of the Continental Divide and showcases Grand County's rich railroad hertiage along the way.

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Colorado River Headwaters Scenic and Historic Byway

Colorado River Headwaters Scenic and Historic Byway

The Colorado River Headwaters Scenic and Historic Byway parallels one of America's mightiest rivers. Along you way, see wildlife and scenery that is truly grand.

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Stillwater Pass

Stillwater Pass

Located just south of Shadow Mountain Lake near Cutthroat Bay, Stillwater Pass is an easy to access scenic drive with lots of dispersed camping and trails along the way. Off-highway-vehicles, bikers and hikers make use of the pass during the summer, with snowmobiling big in the winter.

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Ute Pass

Ute Pass

Travel from Parshall in Grand County to Silverthorne in Summit County, and along the way take in the the sights of the Gore Mountain Range on your way.

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Trough Road

Trough Road

Located west of Kremmling, Trough Road in a breathtaking scenic drive with activities and sightseeing opportunities along the way.

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Trail Ridge Road

Trail Ridge Road

Covering a total of 48 miles (eleven of which are above tree line) and reaching heights of over 12,000 ft, Trail Ridge Road offers visitors thrilling views, wildlife sightings and spectacular alpine wildflower exhibitions, all from the comfort of their car.

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History
& Museums

Explore the History & Culture of Grand County, Colorado and discover the spirit of those who came before us. From Native Americans to the Pioneers to Homesteaders to Ski Industry Founders, the heritage of Grand County is rich and storied.

Cozens Ranch Museum and Stage Shop

Cozens Ranch Museum and Stage Shop

Cozens Ranch Museum and Stage Shop brings to life pioneer times of the late 1800s at the first homestead of the Fraser Valley.

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Emily Warner Field Aviation Museum

Emily Warner Field Aviation Museum

Located in a room of the former Rocky Mountain Airways airline terminal of Granby/Grand County Airport, the museum’s displays, photographs and artifacts tell the fascinating story of flying in Grand County.

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Kauffman Museum

Kauffman Museum

The only remaining log hotel built before the 1900's, and now serves as a museum in downtown Grand Lake.

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Kremmling Heritage Park

Kremmling Heritage Park

The Heritage Park complex located in historic Kremmling, Colorado provides a window into the past life of early Grand County ranchers.

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Pioneer Museum

Pioneer Museum

Located in Hot Sulphur Springs, visit the Pioneer Village Museum to see early day tools, clothing and old west artifacts on display.

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Grand County Historical Society

Grand County Historical Society

Learn more about Grand County's unique and surprising past that the Grand County Historical Association has preserved for you.

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