Wildlife Feeding Times
Motels can be found about 20 miles away in the town of Walden. To get to the Moose
Visitor Center, take Colorado 14 west from Fort Collins and through scenic Poudre Canyon. Go 75 miles to the visitor center. Once you reach Cameron Pass, you're officially in the state forest and about 8 miles from the visitor center, accessible off County Road 4. Alternatively, you can reach the Walden area via I-70 to Granby and north on State Highway 125. ; Another opportunity to see moose nearby is the Arapaho National Wildlife Refuge, just south of Walden off Highway 125. The refuge features a half-mile interpretive nature trail which winds along the Illinois River. Two scenic overlooks provide visitors larger views of the riparian habitat and a chance to spot moose. ' Kremmling: Pronghorn can be seen year round on the east
side of County Road 22 just north of Kremmling. For a great wildlife viewing drive take County Road 1 (Trough Road) off Hwy 9 south of Kremmling through the Radium State Wildlife Area. This 28-mile drive to State Bridge rolls through prime wintertime viewing area for mule deer and elk.