A Mile South of Heaven
"The High Country of Colorado"
If your lucky enough to visit this place, which is about 90 minutes northwest of Denver and about a mile south of heaven, there is plenty to do. You can step outside the front door of your cabin and toss a line into the gurgling Big Thompson and if you are lucky, you can pull out a beautiful, foot-long rainbow trout. You can walk out back to the stables, and ride a horse up Giant Track mountain, to gawk at God's handiwork below. You can get in your car and, in five minutes , be hiking up a trail in rocky mountain national park, to photograph grazing deer and elk.
Elkhorn & Moraine Ave - Shopping, Dining and Family Entertainment
You can haul the kids into Estes Park, a resort town just three miles away, to eat pizza or buy souvenirs or ride the suspended cable cars up the mountain. Or you can just sit on your cabin deck, as the sun disappears on a cool evening, and wonder why your aren't smart enough to live here.
A world above and close to the City
90 minutes from Denver International Airport
60 minutes from CU Boulder & CSU Ft. Collins
Three Hours from Colorado Springs, Pikes Peak
One and half miles from the Beaver Meadows entrance of Rocky National Park, National Park Headquarters, and Back-Country Office.
One Mile from the YMCA Center of Estes Park.
Elevation 7,800 feet above sea level