Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge

Description:

Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), situated at an elevation of 8,200 feet, is located in an intermountain glacial basin in north-central Colorado. The Refuge offers several ways to enjoy the area, including activities such as fishing, hunting, wildlife observation, and photography.

Directions:

To reach the Refuge visitor center and headquarters, travel 8 miles south of Walden, Colorado, on Highway 125, turn east off the highway on County Road 32 and travel 1 mile. The auto tour route is 4 miles south of Walden, Colorado, on Highway 125. Turn west off the highway to begin the tour.

Phone:

970-723-8202

Email:

arapaho@fws.gov

Address:

953 Jackson County Road #32 Walden, CO 80480

Activities:

Auto Touring Historic & Cultural Site Fishing Hiking Hunting Wildlife Viewing

Organization:

FWS - Fish and Wildlife Service

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