Spring, summer and fall come alive in Colorado. From hiking and biking to hot air ballooning and whitewater rafting, everyone can find something fun to do with the Embassy Suites Loveland as their base camp.HIKING AND BIKING
Devil’s Backbone is a geological landmark on the western edge of Loveland, just off Highway 34. Added to Larimer County’s open space in the fall of 1999, the Devil’s Backbone offers a 3.5-mile loop trail for hiking, biking and running. Featuring towering rock formations, it is an ideal location to view wildlife.Ramsay-Shockey Open Space
Ramsay-Shockey Open Space, across from Pinewood Reservoir, was purchased in 1997 to protect important wildlife habitat and to provide a buffer to Pinewood Reservoir. A four-mile trail allows hikers and mountain bikers to enjoy the surrounding valley.Rocky Mountain National Park
Head into the Rocky Mountain National Park, located just outside of Estes Park, for a day of hiking, biking, a scenic drive or just sight seeing which may include elk, deer, and if you are lucky a moose or bear. Stop at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center on the way into the Park to pick up a map. For more information, call (970) 586-1206 or Click here to visit their website.
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