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Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin

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The Devil’s Thumb Ranch is home to this Cabin in Tabernash. The Devil’s Thumb Ranch offers year-round environmentally friendly Ranch resort and spa. It features rustically upscale accommodations and fine dining. There are also a range of outdoor and wild recreation activities, including flyfishing and Nordic skiing. The Colorado Rocky Mountains are located 65 miles west from Denver, and only 10 minutes away from Winter Park. Ranch Ranch is 6,500 acres located at the foot the Continental Divide in Ranch Creek Valley, Grand County.

Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin

Tabernash is an isolated, highway-side community just a few minutes north of Fraser along Highway 40. The surrounding mountains and national forest offer great recreation. It is located at an elevation 8333 feet in Grand County. There is only one restaurant in the area, Tabernash Tavern. Tabernash, a small mountain town in northwest Colorado, is located between Granby/Winter Park and Fraser/Winter Park. These are just a few of the many activities you can take part in.

Fishing. Meadows Creek Reservoir lies about 10 miles northeast of town. The Fraser River and small creeks running around the town make it a great place to go trout fishing. Tabernash’s Lake Granby offers exceptional fishing and is located only 25 minutes away. Three boat ramps are open daily for use. Visitors say the best times to fish are in the early and late hours of the day.

Hiking. A short drive north of town is the Fraser River Canyon Trailhead, which is a 1.2 mile out-and-back trail that is easy for everyone to enjoy. High Lonesome Trailhead lives to its name. You will find yourself alone in all seasons. You’re unlikely to meet anyone else along this flat logging road, which runs along a peaceful stream.

Rocky Mountain National Park is located in Colorado. Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park, which is home to more than 4.5million annual visitors, is one of America’s most visited national parks. The park boasts stunning peaks, sparkling lakes, and trails that traverse diverse ecosystems. This 415-mile high-country playground, which is situated between Estes Park, Grand Lake, draws families vacationers, hikers wildlife watchers, rock climbers, photographers, and others throughout the year.

Rocky Mountain National Park is located just under two hours drive from Denver, and about an hour from Boulder. You can enjoy a variety of activities, such as climbing Longs Peak (14,259 feet), camping in the vast backcountry, hiking to waterfalls or alpine lakes, as well wildlife viewing. In the park, you will find more than 3,000 Elk, 400 Bighorn Sheep, and many mule deer, moose, and other wildlife. Moraine Park at sunrise is the best time to photograph and for great opportunities to spot large bugling elk. You can view bighorn sheep at Sheep Lakes between May and mid-August. Rocky Mountain National Park hosts almost 300 species, making it a popular spot for birding. White-tailed Ptarmigans are white-colored in winter, while their summer features are a mottled color that blends well with lichen-splashed rock.

Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin

Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin   Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin
Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin

Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin


Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin   Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin
Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin   Experience a Magical Winter Wonderland at this Charming Log Cabin

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