Gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park

by kenlavertu on April 24, 2012

in Featured, Latest News, Loveland CO Real Estate

The city of Loveland has become sort of a gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park.¬†This massive Park- it encompasses over 415 square miles -¬†attracts an astounding three million visitors annually. But more importantly, the Park has a huge variety of activities, vistas, and ecosystems. Intrepid hikers can scale Long’s Peak (over 14,000 ft) and less-intrepid motorists can drive the Trial Ridge Road that crests at more than 12,000 ft. Visitors can take advantage of 350 miles of trails in both the summer for hiking and the winter for snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. The Park has 150 lakes and over 450 miles of streams; sixty of it’s mountain peaks reach over 12,000 ft. Visitors can straddle the Continental Divide, play on permanent ice patches, or just take it easy at the camp ground.

Rocky Mountain National Park has become a favorite spot for my family – and I’m sure it would be a favorite of your family’s, as well. Perhaps you’re interested in moving a little closer to nature. Or maybe you’re thinking of starting a business that takes advantage of Northern Colorado’s tourism. Either way, I’d be happy to talk to you about your ideas. Give me a call today.

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