The Tonahutu Ranch encompasses 52 ± acres adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park. The ranch includes over 1,000 feet on of both sides of the North Inlet and also has an additional 2,000 feet of both sides of Tonahutu Creek. The two fisheries on the ranch contain Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout, Hofer-Harrison Trout and the Colorado River Cutthroat Trout. The ranch is conveniently located within five minutes from the beautiful mountain town of Grand Lake Colorado.
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The Grand Lake area offers many year-round activities such as main fine casual and fine dining, shopping, creative arts and entertainment, and intriguing historical events.
The clear and pristine Grand Lake, is fed by mountain runoff and at 265 feet, is the deepest natural lake in Colorado. It’s home to the Colorado River Headwaters, with streams and rivers inviting you to fish and hike along them. In the spring watch the wildlife emerge from Rocky Mountain National Park. Activities in the summer include fishing, boating, kayaking, paddle boarding, horseback riding, ATVs, cycling, golfing, and hot air balloon rides. There are also many winter activities in this area such as cross country skiing, ice fishing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. With over 125 miles of groomed trails, Grand Lake is the Snowmobile Capital of Colorado.
Adjacent to Rocky Mtn. National Park
Grand Lake, CO
The Tonahutu Creek Ranch is located five minutes from the town of Grand Lake, Colorado, which sits at the western edge of the Rocky Mountain National Park. The town of Grand Lake was originally an outfitting and supply point for the mining settlements but today is a tourist destination adjacent to the western entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. With a population of less than 500, Grand Lake remains a small mountain town with excellent restaurants and entertainment.
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