Mountains & Vistas

Some of Colorado’s most awe-inspiring moutains and vistas can be found in Grand County. With peaks reaching over 14,000 feet in elevation, waterfalls with drastic drops and caynons with rugged rock fronts, there is no better place to take in these spectular views that right here in our corner of the Rocky Mountains. Below are just a few of our favorires for you to discover.

 

10 Best Views

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With our northern, eastern and most of our southern boundary defined by the Continental Divide, it comes as no surprise that we have hundreds of scenic vistas to enjoy. But our terrain is more varied than just yodel-worthy summits and rocky mountain highs.

Adams Fall

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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.

Berthoud Pass

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

Byers Canyon

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Formed by the upper Colorado River, visit Byers Canyon to see unique rock formations and wildlife.

Byers Peak

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Just west of Fraser and WInter Park, Byers Peak is easily identifiable and one of the most beloved landmarks in Grand County.

Cliffs of Kremmling

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

Continental Divide

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

Fossil Ridge

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Take a trip back in time to Kremmling’s Fossil Ridge and discover the remains of the aquatic creatures who once inhabited this ancient ocean.

Gore Canyon

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Gore Canyon, an isolated 3-mile isolated canyon along the upper Colorado River, is the perfect spot to kayak, raft fish or just take in the beauty of this natural attraction.

Lone Eagle Peak

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

Mount Craig / Mount Baldy

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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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