Open Space and Rustic Charm in the Rocky Mountains
Located between the towns of Winter Park and Tabernash, Fraser may only be 75 miles from Denver, but when you are visiting you will feel as if you are “Leaving Planet Earth.” No matter the time of year, Fraser is home to a variety of activities and events to make your stay unforgettable.
An excellent home base for exploring north central Colorado, Fraser allows you to explore all of Grand County and surrounding attractions while nestled in the quaint Rocky Mountain countryside.
Winter Fun for All: Fast-Paced Adventure and Serene Relaxation
When the weather drops below freezing, Fraser
offers a plethora of snowtime activities. Indulge your adventurous side with an exhilarating dog sled ride or snowmobiling tour, guided or unguided, with trips into the national forest and up the Continental Divide. For a more relaxing experience, cozy up with some hot cocoa on a sleigh ride through the winter wonderland, or simply sit back and unwind amid the stunning alpine landscape.
Summer Fun in Fraser: Mountain Biking, Museums and More
During the warmer months, Fraser is a major draw for mountain biking
and wildlife viewing. For a bit of local history, head to the centrally located Cozens Ranch Open Space
and check out the on-site museum featuring one of the oldest homesteads in the Fraser Valley. Exhibits include a restored main house, post office and stage stop, as well as a full-size replica of the stagecoach that ran from Georgetown to Hot Sulphur Springs between 1876 and 1905.