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Cheley Colorado Camps is located in the spectacular Estes Park Valley on three separate sites. Land O’ Peaks Ranch is situated 75 miles northwest of Denver, just south of Estes Park. Boys' Trail's End and Girls' Trail's End are located 12 miles east of Estes Park on two beautiful ranch properties. All three camps are easily accessible by car to Front Range residents and to out-of-state/out-of-country campers via Denver International Airport.
The snow-capped peaks and indigenous pine forests of Rocky Mountain National Park and Arapahoe and Roosevelt National Forests create a setting as scenic as any mountainous region in the world. This beauty has made this western summer camp very attractive to spectacular outdoor activities. The Park has more than 600 miles of trails that wind through meadows of wild flowers, shaded forests and the fragile tundra above tree line providing an unforgettable Colorado mountain summer camp experience.
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Mountainous terrain brings endless opportunities to hike or ride to alpine lakes, fresh-water ponds, glaciers, rivers and peaks. Some mountains soar to 14,000 feet, making them among the tallest peaks in North America. Geography offers the riches of a vast wilderness and contributes to this outdoor western summer camp experience in significant, memorable ways. Discover a Colorado mountain summer camp that will enhance your appreciation for this beautiful country.
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