The Roosevelt National Forest features stunning views along mostly dirt roads that can be quite bumpy and narrow, with numerous switchbacks. There are several pull out areas along the way, however, and some picnic and camping areas throughout the park. Day passes and camping fees for overnight can be required depending on the location.
The Poudre River runs along much of the main road through the forest and there are plenty of fishing opportunities as long as you possess a current fishing license for the season.
There are also numerous hiking trails for those who are not faint of heart. Be prepared for quick weather changes in the higher elevations and bring your camera. This time of year (in the fall) the leaves of the aspens are just starting to change color from green to vibrant yellow, orange and red.
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