Established in 1905, the Town of Granby sits at an elevation of 7,935 feet, just 90 minutes West of Denver. Granby is in “The Heart of Something Grand”, with the population of Granby sitting right around 1,864. The average annual precipitation is 12.26” inches of rain and 128.4” of snow. With views in every direction, … » Learn More about Granby
GRAND COUNTY REAL ESTATE
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Being one of Grand Counties older towns, Grand Lake was established in 1881 as a mining supply and outfitting location. Today, sitting at the western entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake holds an elevation of 8369’ and a population of 471. Tourism holds steady year round but is dramatically increased during summer months. … » Learn More about Grand Lake
Hot Sulphur Springs, the county seat, is home to one of the best hot springs resorts! Offering overnight and day visit accommodations. They also have a large conference room for the perfect company getaway. http://www.hotsulphursprings.com/index.htm Hot Sulphur Springs was originally a summer camp for the Ute Indians wanting to enjoy the hot springs. Hot Sulphur … » Learn More about Hot Sulphur Springs / Parshall
The town of Kremmling consists of approximately 1,400 residents. There is plenty of wide open space, public land access and a general hometown feel. At an elevation of 7,364, Kremmling lies at the confluence of the Blue, Colorado and Muddy Rivers. Rudolph Kremmling established a general store in 1884; the town was incorporated in 1904 and has not looked back! Current … » Learn More about Kremmling
In 1978, the village of Hideaway Park was incorporated and renamed Winter Park. According to Penny Rafferty Hamilton, a longtime local and author, the name change was influenced by the city of Denver. When Denver became interested in developing a mountain park system to promote winter sports to tourists and residents, it started the development … » Learn More about Winter Park / Fraser / Tabernash
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