Located on the west side of Grand County, Kremmling is a quaint town full of Western spirit. The town earned the nickname “sportman’s paradise” thanks to the bountiful rivers, reservoirs and wilderness surrounding its limits. Visitors can enjoy the outdoors any time of year with easy access to hunting, fishing, snowmobile and ATV trails, horseback riding, hiking and Nordic skiing.
Year-round activities and family fun.
Riding ATVs and dirt bikes is such a passion in Kremmling that locals are allowed to ride their bikes on designated town streets to the off road play areas. more
Whether you prefer the road or the trail, experience Kremmling from the saddle! more
Play cowboy for a day or a week, drive some cattle or saddle up for a scenic ride on horseback. more
Summers are too short not to spend some nights outside! Camping options in west Grand county. more
With a fly, a worm, or a lure, here in Kremmling, we don't judge. more
Strike out on the trails to conquer Kremmling's iconic cliffs, or head up Hwy 40 a few miles to explore the hills surrounding Wolford Reservoir. A little farther on you'll find the endless beauty of Gore pass and the Rabbit Ears recreation area. more
The vast areas of wilderness that surround Kremmling are populated with elk, deer, coyotes, other small game and the occasional moose have led to Kremmling's nick name, "The Sportman's Paradise." more
We may not have the downhill skiing of our neighbors to the east, but we have some of the area's most fabulous cross country trails! more
Take a lazy, scenic float down the Colorado, or tackle the renowned rapids of the Gore Canyon. more
How good is the Kremmling area for snowmobiling? So good that two-time X Games gold medalist, Chris Burandt, calls Kremmling home. more