With backdrops of snow-capped mountains, flawless frozen lakes, the beauty of Rocky Mountain National Park and miles and miles of trails and wilderness areas to explore, Grand County is quinessential Colorado. But then again, there's no need for understatements.
With the largest natural body of water in Colorado as well as the second runner-up, and over 1,000 miles of rivers and streams including the headwaters of the Colorado River.
Grand County has plenty of scenic shoreline to keep you and your family occupied in the summer with fishing, boating, kayaking, swimming and sailing and continuing through wintertime with numerous ice fishing locations and contests.View All
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.
Learn more about our canyons, peaks and passes and the breathtaking views that surround these natural attracions.View All
Grand County is the perfect place to get active in the great outdoors. With miles and miles of trails and wilderness areas to explore, pick your favorite and take an adventure to see alpine lakes, wildlife, mountain summits and some of the best views in the state.View All
Land this beautiful needs to be protected. Thankfully, acres and acres of land in Grand County have been designated as State Parks or National Forests.
Get away from it all and see untouched scenic beauty and wildlife in its natural habitat.View All
Discover all that Grand County has to offer from the comfort of your car. From historic byways to scenic climbs, hit the open road and take in all the beauty of the Rocky Mountains.View All
Travel back in time and learn about our rich western and railroad history, and visit one of our award-winning museums.
From rustic log cabins built by the earliest pioneers to restored turn-of-the-century hotels designed to accommodate the era's elite, the museums of Grand County, Colorado make history come alive.
As the first flakes of snow start to fall in the high country, Rocky Mountain National Park turns into a winter wonderland. The chilly conditions drive many casual tourists away, leaving ample room for the real winter enthusiasts to roam around the park and take advantage of the open space and fresh packs. There's so much to do this winter in Rocky Mountain National Park, so make sure you check off…Read More
Here's a quick guide to the best family-friendly winter activities in our corner of mountain paradise.Read More
For all the reasons to take a skiing or snowboarding lesson, there always seems to be twice as many reasons — or rather, excuses — not to take one. This is often more true for adults who already know how to ski or ride. If you already know, why bother? The answer is simple: because you'll have more fun.Read More