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Cache La Poudre River

From its earliest visitors, the Cache La Poudre river has been treasured as an extraordinary gem. From its jagged peaks, roaring river, and gentle meandering meadows to the colorful people that called the Poudre home, the history of the Poudre Canyon is remarkable. Learn more »

Fort Collins

Fort Collins, also known as “Fort Fun,” and “The Choice City,” is a wonderful, but still somewhat hidden gem of Colorado. From shopping, dinning, arts and entertainment to outdoor recreation, Fort Collins is the home to the best northern Colorado has to offer. Learn more »

Estes Park

Estes Park, Colorado, located at 7,522 feet above sea level in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, is a mid-sized, old-western style community surrounded by natural splendor and mountain peaks up to 14,000 feet tall. Estes Park is located right on the doorstep of Colorado’s most famous National Park. Learn more »

Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park was established by Congress in 1915. With the help of the Parks Service the land within RMNP remains natural and encompasses more than 415 Square miles of streams, rugged mountain, alpine tundra and meadows. In addition to the landscape, the Park is also home to many species of wildlife. Learn more »


Check out our resources page for information on:

  • Lodging in Poudre Canyon, Red Feather Lakes, Estes Park, and Rocky Mountain National Park
  • River equipment and other outfitters
  • Activities
  • Food & drink
  • Government pages, professional assocations, and other links