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OverviewNestled in the scenic Colorado Rocky Mountains, surrounded by breathtaking views of the Continental Divide and Rocky Mountain National Park, it is easy to see why Granby is known as "The Heart of Something Grand." This area is a paradise for the outdoor enthusiast and is located 7,935 feet above sea level. Every room overlooks the Craig Stadler designed Grand Elk Golf Club, and the clubhouse and first tee are adjacent to the resort. Discounted green fees, rental clubs and 30 day advanced reservations have been negotiated with the course, so take full advantage of this exclusive WorldMark owner offer. Three National Forests – perfect for hiking, biking or horseback riding – and fly fishing galore are right on your doorstep, including Gold Metal waters of the Colorado River. The resort towns of Grand Lake and Winter Park offer abundant summer and winter outdoor activities for everyone. With the onset of winter, you'll find skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, dog sledding, and snowshoeing to keep you busy. And, after a long day of activity, what could be better than a visit to Hot Sulphur Springs to let Mother Nature steam your aches away. The design of WorldMark Granby – Rocky Mountain Preserve integrates the rugged natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains with the western flare of a historical mining town. You'll feel right at home in these comfortable units with the richness and flair of "rustic elegance." Between Granby and Kremmling this stretch of road is part of the Colorado River Headwaters Scenic and Historic Byway. Enjoy a varied landscape of canyons, mountains and pasture and make a stop along the way at the Grand Country Museum in Sulphur Hot Springs featuring intriguing exhibits on everyday life in the Old West. Head in the opposite direction, following the Fraser River toward the small community of Tabernash and you'll see some incredible views of the peaks of the Continental Divide.
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The facility was very nice, the staff very helpful, the location is right on a golf course, the surroundings are very pleasant with nice walks right out of the facility. The location is great, with many great hiking trails in proximity, and it is a...More
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Exceptionally roomy, fantastic view of mountains and golf course. Front door to Rocky Mountain National Park. Pool on small side, however jacuzzi on porch of casita very handy. Will stay here another time!
Our family of fourteen, ages 2 - 72, gathered here to spend time together and explore the area. The resort is located in a quiet area with beautiful views of the mountains. There was a good grocery store in town where we found everything we...More
Really great room and friendly people at the front desk. It was between seasons so everything was quiet. The area is lovely. Close to Winter Park but a lot quieter and more small town. Would love to return.
We loved staying here. The staff was nice and the rooms were clean. It has a nice view from the front and the back. There are places for groceries and other things a mile up the road which was convenient for us.
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From Denver airport the drive is about an 1hr 40min with dry streets. Obviously, it is mostly uphill with some switchbacks and I'll bet can be white-knuckle driving when slippery. I'd imagine they keep the streets well... More
From Denver airport the drive is about an 1hr 40min with dry streets. Obviously, it is mostly uphill with some switchbacks and I'll bet can be white-knuckle driving when slippery. I'd imagine they keep the streets well plowed due to tourism. A 4x4 might give you piece of mind.