True West 2017 Road Trip - Day 15

Nov 03, 2017, Destinations

Park City, Utah to C Lazy U Ranch, Colorado

My last full day on the road lead me through eastern Utah and past Dinosaur National Monument and Steamboat Springs before arriving to my destination of the C Lazy U Ranch just north of Granby, Colorado.  This guest ranch is one of our featured partner ranches for True West Incentive Travel and we proudly bring our clients here for the highest quality corporate events.  It is perfect for executive retreats, whether they require only partial or full ranch buyouts.  Service level is outstanding, from the fine cuisine, deluxe accommodations, professional fly fishing, horse riding or ropes course instruction all the way to the friendly ranch hands and wranglers.  Each room in the ranch is large and luxurious with wood burning fireplaces, and comfortable lounging areas.  Indeed, a “True West” paradise!

We have to be mindful of the regular guests who sell out this popular ranch all throughout the summer months so for our corporate groups we need to look at the shoulder seasons of September, October or November for the best chance at finding rooms available.  Of course in the middle of Winter we can also bring groups here to enjoy the beautiful Colorado mountains, with snowy horse rides, fast snowmobiles, ice hockey, ice skating, sledding, tubing, snowcat skiing or snowcat touring, and dog sledding.  Don’t forget to allow your group enough time to soak in the hot tubs and enjoy private spa treatments in the cabins on the creek.

With a location just 2 ¼ hours from Denver International Airport, the C Lazy U Ranch offers easy access compared to most of the high mountain ranches in Wyoming and Montana.  Corporate or incentive groups will surely consider their visit here as a “once-in-a-lifetime” event, except that I have a feeling that many will return again after enjoying the luxuries of the ranch.  I can’t wait to return myself, but first I have to hit the road again tomorrow for a final drive home to Longmont, ending a long 2825 mile journey through the most beautiful regions of the American West.