Upper Colorado River Recreation Management Area


This 80-mile corridor follows the Colorado River from near its headwaters to Glenwood Canyon. Public lands along the corridor offer visitors outstanding opportunities for float boating, fishing and scenic driving.


The river corridor lies between Steamboat Springs and Vail, Colorado. River access is provided by I-70 and several highways and county roads. Kremmling, Dotsero, and the White River National Forest are a 2-3 hour drive from the Denver Metropolitan area.




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Kremmling Field Office 2103 E. Park Avenue P.O. Box 68 Kremmling, CO 80459


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