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Front Range Anglers

Phone

303-494-1375

Toll Free

866-994-1375
2344 Pearl St.
Boulder, CO 80302
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Guided fly fishing tours in Boulder and Rocky Mountain National Park.  Full service gear shop in downtown Boulder for all your fishing needs.

Trail Ridge Road

Phone

(970)586-1206
Rocky Mountain National Park
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Trail Ridge Road in Colorado's spectacular Rocky Mountain National Park is the highest point-to-point highway in the country, and goes over the continental divide between Estes Park and Grand Lake.

The road is 48 miles long between Estes Park on the border of the Rocky Mountain National Park and Grand Lake, a beautiful mountain town on the shores of the largest natural lake in Colorado. Initial construction took three years, from 1929 to 1932.

Eight miles of the highway are above 11,000 feet, mostly above timberline.

Carbondale Chamber of Commerce

Phone

(970) 963-1890
520 S. Third Street, Suite 3
Carbondale, CO 81623
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The base camp for enthusiasts with hiking, biking, golf, fly-fishing, and kayaking in spring, summer, and fall. Winter provides cross-country skiing, snowmobile and snowshoe trails. Award-winning restaurants & lodging options, makes this town an irresistible destination. 970-963-1890

Rocky Mountain Outdoor Center

Phone

719.539.2420

Toll Free

800-255-5784
14825 Hwy 285.
Salida, CO 81201
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Needing to get out for some outdoor fun? Come to RMOC were you can rock climb, raft, kayak and fly-fish all in one weekend or just choose one for a day! Free Brochure 1-800-255-5784

Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch

Phone

(970) 667-3915

Toll Free

(877) 667-3999
2939 N County Road 31D
Loveland, CO 80538
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Sylvan Dale Guest Ranch is a prime fly fishing destination that complements its long-time status as a wonderful guest ranch. Excellent fishing only one hour from Denver! View our extensive fishing pages.

Elk Point Lodge

Phone

(970) 884-2482
21730 County Road 501
Bayfield, CO 81122
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Elk Point Lodge is located between Purgatory and Wolf Creek ski areas near Durango on the shore of Vallecito Lake. We offer snowmobiling rentals, guided tours, horseback riding and boat rentals.

High Country Jeep Tours

Phone

719-395-6111

Toll Free

866-45-TOURS
410 US Highway 24 S.
Buena Vista, CO 81211
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Thrilling open-air jeep tours up to 13,000 feet elevation. Tour famous ghost towns, abandoned mines, waterfalls, lakes, and canyons. Knowledgeable guides give you history of the areas. Outstanding scenery, an absolute MUST-DO! Reserve now 1-866-45-TOURS (86877)

Focus Ranch

Phone

(970) 583-2410
74320 Routt County Rd. 129
Slater, CO 81653
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Focus Ranch is one of the few "working" guest ranches in the country. Come enjoy an unusual Old West vacation experience; cattle drives, private fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and much more! Bring your gloves and come learn to be a Cowboy.

Pikes Peak Cog Railway

Phone

(719) 685-5401
515 Ruxton Ave
Manitou Springs, CO 80829
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Completed in 1891, this is the highest cog railway in the world & the highest railroad of any kind in the United States, reaching almost the very top of Pikes Peak at 14,110 feet. It climbs 7,539 vertical feet in 9 short miles.
A cog railway has wheels that are great big gears, with monstrous teeth that fit into the cogs of the track. This allows the train to climb some impressively steep mountainsides.
Today's railway features modern Swiss-made engines & railcars, unlike the cruder open cars of yester-year.

Garden of the Gods

Phone

719.634.6666
1805 N. 30th st.
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
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The Garden Of The Gods was named in 1859 by two surveyers who were founding nearby Colorado City. The name stuck due to the spectacular and jagged red sandstone rock formations that abruptly stick hundreds of feet into the sky. 240 acres were originally purchased in 1879 by Charles Perkins, owner of the Burlington Railroad; he loved the landscape so much he added more land over the years, and wanted it to be preserved as a park for all to enjoy. After he died, his children respected his wishes and donated the entire 480 acres to the city of Colorado Springs in 1909.