Hidden Gems

How'd you like to experience Grand County like a local? We've taken the liberty of picking out a few of our favorite spots throughout the county so you can.

The Moose Café

115 West Park Ave.

Kremmling, CO 80459 

Start your day off right with the most important meal of the day at the Moose Café in Kremmling. This funky breakfast joint delivers delicious food with fast and friendly service. We recommend the pancakes!

Alpine Slide

85 Parsenn Road

Winter Park, CO 80482


Get your adrenaline pumping on the slopes of Winter Park Resort, home to the longest alpine slide in Colorado. Admire the view before you board your plastic alpine sled, equipped with rollers and brakes and take a 3,000-foot trip down the mountain with a 610-foot vertical drop. This ride provides fun for all ages.

Mountain Grind

47 Cooper Creek Way

Winter Park, CO 80482 

The Mountain Grind in Winter Park is the perfect place to grab a delicious dinner after a hike or have an après ski drink on the patio after a day on the slopes. Voted by TripAdvisor as the most popular restaurant in Winter Park, the Mountain Grind offers a memorable dining experience, with fabulous, made-to-order homemade food.

Taste of the Rockies

121 Byers Ave.

Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451 

The Taste of the Rockies candy shop has been sweetest spot in Grand County since it opened in 1939. The original owners found a factory along a mountain stream in Hot Sulphur Springs, where they transformed the rocks they saw there into souvenir rock candy, and the rest is history. Now, Taste of the Rockies makes of all varieties of candy from chocolate to rock candy and hard candy. Try some nostalgic treats from your childhood and relish in the memories.

Star Gazing at Devil's Thumb Ranch

3530 County Highway 83

Tabernash, CO 80478 

Devil's Thumb Ranch is a highly regarded and environmentally friendly, year-round ranch, resort and spa that offers rustically upscale accommodations, fine dining and an array of outdoor and wilderness recreation activities both summer and winter. After a action-packed day of world-class nordic skiing or horseback riding, we suggest stargazing from a hot tub or on a moonlight deck. With miles of open space around and without the distraction of the outside world, you'll see the skies like never before.

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