Granby, Colorado has come a long way from its roots as a logging and railroad community, to the cow town down the valley from Winter Park, to the perfect vacation destination for you and your family.
Founded in 1905, the sleepy mountain town of Granby, Colorado has seen unprecedented growth over the last 5 years, and is quickly becoming known as the “in” destination for vacationers for its friendly atmosphere, great location and climate, and close proximity to Denver.
At an elevation of 7,935 ft. above sea level, Granby, Colorado offers the Colorado Rocky Mountain experience at a considerably lower price than your typical resort community.
Granby, Colorado has maintained it’s proud ranching heritage and its friendly small-town atmosphere, despite seeing the growth of the Colorado tourist industry all around it. You can only keep such a beautiful place a secret for so long.
Re-discover Granby Colorado today!
How to get here
Granby, Colorado is located only 85 miles west of Denver. Take I70 west to exit 232, and then take US Hwy 40 over Berthoud Pass to Granby, Colorado, the heart of something Grand.
Air – The Granby/Grand County Airport is a small regional facility in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Call the Granby Chamber of Commerce at 970-887-2311 or see the Granby Airport website for more info.
Train – Amtrak makes two daily stops at the Granby train station. Call 800-USA-RAIL or visit the Amtrak website for reservations.