Natural setting, lovely drive, interesting landscape. A picnic at one of the many waysides is very nice.
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I love this river. Fishing, rafting, kayaking, hiking, or just driving along it is an experience to be remembered! Fantastic place!!
This is worth the 15 minutes from Fort Collins it takes to begin to see this natural beauty. Drive West on Hwy 14 and expect majestic views and wild water. The three hour trip to the Continental Divide is a must do for real nature lovers. Make the effort to see this river, better yet take a rafting trip. There... More
Walk, jog, or bike ride the trails year round. Tubing and fishing in the summer is great fun. It's a beautiful river with great trails.
I drive over it every day, raft on it, picnic near it, and hike along it. It has had some damage from the flood and fires, but riding a bike on the paved (and snowplowed!) trail for 12 miles along it from LaPorte to the Environmental Learning center is one of my favorite activities. Long live the Poudre!!
It is a taste of Colorado that you just have to see to appreciate. I especially recommend it in Fall and Summer. Go hiking and then head to Vern's Place for pie, coffee, ice cream or a huge lunch or dinner.
We started in RMNP and went out through Grand Lake then on up to Walden, back down towards Gould. Here we checked out State Forest State Park and the trails and Moose. We then went up over Cameron Pass and followed the river towards Fort Collins. This was very scenic, it is also a very windy narrow canyon drive so... More
We took some towels, chairs and snacks down the banks to play in the water. Family of 6 plus a dog all went swimming. It was lots of fun to see people coming down in the tubes. Water was a bit cold but lots of fun once you got in.
We rented some bikes in Fort Collins and followed the river trail for a while. The views are nice and the environment is very quiet and relaxed. If you want to escape the city and enjoy nature for a while, this is certainly recommended.
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Drive through and enjoy the view...you will not be Disappointed. The rivers winds for miles. Small cottages and tiny bridges all the way along
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