Kremmling is a quaint Western town with deep ranching roots. Bordered by cliffs on the north, Byers Canyon to the east, the Colorado and Blue Rivers to the south, and Rabbit Ears recreation area to the west, Kremmling has long been a playground for anglers, hunters, and outdoor enthusiasts. The untamed, untapped wilderness areas led the community to dub West Grand county the "Sportman's Paradise." Visitors can also enjoy the stunning mountain views from a raft while running the Colorado River - which is headwatered in the Kremmling area.
The western half of Grand County is also one of the few mountain areas left where dirt bike, snowmobile, ATV and Jeep riders can off road on extensive, easily accessible trail systems. Trails begin at town limits, and stretch six miles west to Wolford Mountain. Whether you're exploring on foot, horse, bike or machine, discover an affordable alternative to big mountain resorts, and experience the West at a fraction of the cost.