About Our Area

While visiting us why not explore the many other attractions in the area. We are just up the road from the unique town of Red Feather Lakes. Here you can pick up supplies, re-fuel your tank and stop for a drink or a meal at the one of the restaurant in town like the Pot Belly Restaurant – (970) 881-2984, the Trout Tavern – (720) 966-0087, Dalonna Mae’s Cafe – (970) 881-2158 or Basil at the One Eighty One – 970-881-2622.

Want to visit North America’s largest Buddhist shrine? Also know as a stupa, the Shambhala Mountain Center is home to this exceptional attraction. After you clear your mind with a welcoming visit here take a drive on the Cache La Poudre-North Park Scenic & Historic Byway and explore the Northern Colorado region.

Our Ranch is bordered by the Roosevelt National Forests. Plan your visit and take a day hike or a week-long backing adventure in the wilderness. Please visit the Canyon Lakes Ranger District for information about permits, wood gathering, hunting or other questions.

Or take a drive north across state lines into Wyoming. Here enjoy the Snowy Range Scenic Byway, which crosses the Medicine Bow Mountain Range and includes the 29 miles of the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest portion of Wyoming Highway 130.

For some additional fun and adventure try out white water rafting on the Cache La Poudre river. You can get a $10 discount per person with A Wanderlust Adventure if you are our guest. This discount does not apply to peak rafting season (June 16th thru August 5th). Contact them or us for more information. You can also bring up your ATV or rent one at End of the Trail ATV Rentals, located near by, to enjoy our trails and roads.

If live music is more your taste, enjoy yourself under the sun or stars and swing by Mishawaka. This full bar and restaurant includes live music during the summer months. The natural amphitheater of this inimitable place is only enhanced by the cliffs of the Cache La Poudre river. A visit here won’t be forgotten.

If you are a photographer or just want some landscape images of Northern Colorado, visit the Deadman Lookout Tower. The tower is at an elevation of 10,700 feet, has 72 steps and is 55-feet tall. For information on hours and dates, or directions, go to the Deadman Lookout Tower.

Once you’ve experienced the Northern Colorado Rockies you might be interested in staking your own claim. For information about real estate in the area you can contact either Gary Weixelman or Alan King at Continental West Reality. Other realtors in they area are: (information coming soon).

Do you live in the Northern Colorado region? Or are you just visiting? Either way, professional photos taken by an experienced photographer will memorialize your visit, wedding, graduation, family reunion, or sporting event. Contact Lonnie Yarber at Zopho Sports to truly enhance this occasion.

 

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