RKY MTN Fun
Rocky mountain national park
Rocky Mountain National Park: With majestic mountains, tundra wildflowers, abundant wildlife, Trail Ridge Road (the highest paved road in the US), and over 350 miles of trails, Rocky Mountain National Park is spectacular! From flat easy hikes around a mountain lake to challenging multi-day backpack trips and climbs, Rocky Mountain National Park offers trails for hikers of every level - let us help you plan your adventure! Find the best ways to take in the majesty and serenity of the park. It's YOUR Rocky - explore it!
Arapahoe National Forest
Arapaho National Forest offers hundreds of miles of hiking trails in and around Granby. With leisurely strolls around Lake Monarch, to more advanced trails with access to the CDT (Continental Divide Trail), the Arapaho National Forest has something for everyone. Trails are best found using apps like: AllTrails or REI Hiking Project. For local Mountain Bike trails head to: REI MTB Project
YMCA Snow Mountain Ranch
With over 5100 acres available, Snow Mountain Ranch has something for the whole family. Stay cool with the only Summer Tubing Hill in the County, stop by the on-site Fishing Shop for rod rentals and guided trips, visit the on-site bike shop for Mountain Bike Rentals and tips on which trails to ride on property, or visit the Rowley Homestead for an intimate look into life in Grand County during the early 1900’s.
Get your golf on
Granby Ranch: Experience the splendor of Granby Ranch. The 18-hole championship course is perfect for golfers of all abilities. With meandering greens and unparalleled Rocky Mountain views the course consistently ranks as one of the top mountain golf courses in the state. The course is open May through October and features strategically placed sand traps, lakes and ponds
Grand Elk: Nestled in the scenic Middle Park region of Grand County with breathtaking views of the Continental Divide and Rocky Mountain National Park, PGA Tour Veteran and 13-time champion Craig Stadler and Tripp Davis exquisitely crafted this 7,144 yard masterpiece to take full advantage of the sweeping panoramic vistas, undulating meadows and natural wetlands forming the headwaters of the mighty Colorado River.