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Latigo Ranch | Colorado, USA

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Latigo Ranch is a five star “dude ranch” located in the Arapaho National Forest. Nestled in the Colorado Rockies, it is a place to experience the natural beauty of the American West. Awarded the honor of the best dude ranch in Colorado, Latigo Ranch provides guests a taste of western life along with the comforts of modern amenities.


Latigo Ranch offers the option of one to three bedroom cabins to meet the needs of the lone traveler, couples, groups or families. Each cabin has its own entrance, porch, and fireplace or wood stove. Wireless Internet is available at specific hotspots around the ranch.

Summer visitors typically stay for a week (7 days, 6 nights). Rates are all inclusive and vary per season. During peak summer seasons, a weekly adult rate is about US$2500. Winter rates are US$175 ppp night.


Summer activities include a variety of horsemanship instruction, riding trips including an over- night horse packing adventure, river rafting, children’s programming, archery, fly fishing and much more. During the winter months the main activities include cross country skiing, snow- shoeing, sledding and tubing. Most activities are included in the fees.

Getting There

The nearest full-service airport to Latigo Ranch is Denver International Airport. The airport is about 130 miles or a 3 hours drive from Latigo Ranch. Most guests either rent a car from the airport or catch a commercially operated shuttle to Kremmling. Latigo staff will pick up guests from shuttle drop-offs with prior arrangement.

Making a difference

Latigo Ranch demonstrates great care and stewardship for their mountain lands and streams. The ranch has a proactive relationship with National Forest Service and has pioneered a new environmentally friendly method for horse corralling on overnight horse packing trips. This corralling technique reduces impact on fragile alpine ecosystems and eliminates siltation in stream beds. The National Forest Service has now adopted Latigo’s method.

Contact Information

P. O. Box 237 | Kremmling, CO 80459 USA | (970)-724-9008 | (800)-227-9655

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Author: Ecotourism Network

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