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. Excitement and adventure abound in Kremmling with thrills around every corner. Not to mention miles of ATV and OHV trails that make Kremmling the "Motorsport Capital of Grand County."

Kremmling is also known as a "Sportsman's Paradise" for good reason. The Kremmling region has some of the best elk hunting in Colorado with awe-inspiring backdrop. The Colorado River and the Blue River offer Gold Medal water for you to dip your line into and also offer the ideal rapids (including the new Gore Canyon Whitewater Park) to set out on riverrafting or kayaking adventure. During the winter, Kremmling boosts exceptional ice fishing on Wolfordand Williams Fork Reservoirs. And with hiking, biking, horseback riding, camping, boating, snowshoeing and snowmobiling, there are plenty of things to do in Kremmling.

Kremmling scenery is not only stunning but of geological importance. Fossil Ridge is just miles from Kremmling and has fossils of long gone ammonites that can be found among the rocks. The Colorado Scenic Byway cuts through Kremmling and continues over the scenic Trough Road to State Bridge. Don't forget to stop at Inspiration Point to see the spectacular views of Gore Canyon.

Whatever your vacation style is fast pace adventure or relaxing and taking in the views Kremmling is your place for vacation.

Signature Events

  • February – Annual Wolford Reservoir Ice Fishing Contest
  • June – Kremmling Days
  • July – Fire up the Cliffs 4th of July Celebration
  • August – Middle Park Fair and Rodeo

Top Kremmling Attractions

  • Fossil Ridge was created between 600 and 275 million years ago when ancient seas deposited thousands of feet of limestone and dolomite, preserving fossils from varied sealife. 
  • Hunting is a featured attraction in Kremmling. Whether you're looking to hunt bears, elk, deer, mountain lions, or smaller creatures like badgers, coyote, and birds, Kremmling can oblige. Make sure you have the proper licenses and meet the requirements set out be the Colorado Parks & Wildlife before you plan a visit. If you're new to hunting or just want a private guide, check out Bear Mountain Ranch or Bull Basin.
  • From December to March, ice fishing is the talk of the town in Kremmling. Wolford Mountain Reservoir's annual ice fishing contest draws crowds from across the nation. For tips on fishing throughout the year, visit Kremmling's Chamber site. Common fish to the area are cutthroat trout, brown trout, cutbow trout, kokanee salmon, and rainbow trout.  
  • Gore Range is packed with 50+ mountains, most over 12,000 feet in elevation and was carved by ancient glaciers. This stunning area is encircled by Eagles Nest Wilderness and is packed with 180 miles of hiking trails. Rabbit Ears Range is perfect for technical hiking and climbing, as well as camping and backpacking. In the winter, you'll find many locals skiing and snowmobiling in the beloved area. 

Signature Activities


If you're driving from Denver, it's less than two hours to the Motorsport Capital of Grand County. Kremmling is also home to McElroy Airfield and Terminal, which provides services for single-, multi-, and jet-engine aircrafts.


Kremmling, Colorado offers a handful of small hotels like Allington Inn and Hotel Eastin, private cabins from vendors such as Muddy Creek Cabins and Melody Lodge Cabins, a wide array of campgrounds, and dude ranches, like Bar Lazy JLatigo Ranch and Black Mountain Ranch, providing intimate meeting space with a touch of western hospitality. Click here to find the ideal lodging for your adventure vacation in Kremmling, Colorado.

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