I haven’t gone to any of their retreats. This review just pertains to a daytime visit. We found this place by accident while staying in cabins on Rt. 14. It is on a well maintained dirt road that is off of Rt. 14 near Glen Echo Resort. This is near mile marker 91 which is about an hour drive from Fort Collins. It is about 10 minutes from 14 - just follow the signs. Most of the complex is open to the public. The main attraction is the stupa (temple) which is a 20 minute walk from the parking lot. It is beautifully carved and painted on the outside and also beautiful on the inside with a huge statue of Buddha and a gorgeous inlaid floor. Other attractions include a rather overgrown native garden, a gift shop (that was closed when we were there), and hiking. They supposedly have 8 miles of hiking trails but we didn’t have time to use them. Also, they have a buffet style lunch between 12:30-1:30pm for only a $10 suggested donation. The food was quite good with pasta with both a chicken alfredo sauce and a vegetarian tofu sauce, a very fresh salad bar, fruit, and other things. Although there didn’t seem to be many people on the grounds on a weekday in September, there were dozens of people eating lunch. I recommend this place, especially if you are in the area.
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