Other Activities

Activities

 

There are a number of amazing activities available at the ranch such as lodge rental, fishing excursions, photo tours, and wildlife viewing. All will be available on a very limited basis during ranch construction. Please contact the ranch manager for more information and details.

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Lodge Rental

Trophy Mountain Ranch has a beautiful, full-service, seven-bedroom lodge that overlooks much of the natural beauty the ranch has to offer– now available for rental during off hunting seasons. Rental includes all of the lodges facilities, and access to the ranch. We welcome parties, weddings, reunions, business retreats, snowmobiling, and wildlife viewing. Other activities can be scheduled and arranged for individual needs. Relax on the large decks or in the hot tub that overlooks the exquisite scenery, abundant wildlife, waterfowl, and the nearby fishing ponds.

You’ll enjoy the spacious lodge with private bedrooms, four large bathrooms, two large entertainment rooms, kitchen, two dining rooms, wet bar and laundry room. There are five rooms with queen-sized beds and two rooms with queen beds and a single bed. Portable beds can also be added. The kitchen is stocked with basic cooking essentials. Arrangements can be made to provide a cook when needed.

Fishing Excursions

Picturesque, crystal clear streams feed the private, blue-ribbon fishing ponds at Trophy Mountain Ranch. Rainbow trout reaching over 20″ in length are in the numerous fishing ponds.

Wildlife Viewing

Trophy Mountain Ranch nestled amongst the foothills in North Park is surrounded by some of the most beautiful wilderness areas in Colorado and Wyoming: Rawah, Mount Zirkel, Platte River, Never Summer, Cache La Poudre, Neota, Savage Run, and Huston Park). In addition to these wilderness areas there are hundreds of thousands of acres of national and state forest. The ranch has an extraordinary herd of elk in their natural environment; majestic bulls, and cows with their young at their sides. Bordering the ranch abundant herds of deer, antelope, big horn sheep and moose have earned Walden the title of “moose viewing capital of Colorado”. Abundant wildlife brings the predators that feed upon them: lions, bears, coyotes, and even wolves have been spotted in recent years. Not to forget our feathered friends, wildlife viewers can watch bald and golden eagles soar, cranes and osprey feeding from the plentiful streams, hawks, geese and the many song birds.