Rendezvous Activities

Conceived and built around nature, Rendezvous is everything that draws people
to the mountains in the first place.

Enjoy out-the-door fun on neighborhood trails — hiking, biking or picnicking. Cast a line in our stocked Mary’s Pond or the nearby Fraser River. Then roast some s’mores around our community fire pit and savor the starry skies. And when the snow flies, you can’t beat Rendezvous for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sledding, and tubing on our groomed trails and hills — suitable for any skill level.

There’s no end to the exploration, fun, and memories to be made here.

Rendezvous Trails

Rendezvous is trailside living at its best. Miles and miles of trails flow throughout the Rendezvous community and tie in to Arapaho National Forest trails, and the Grand County trail system. The trails are vast and diverse, truly offering something for everyone. You can take a nature hike, or go for a wild downhill mountain bike ride. Many trails are easy enough for families with kids of all ages to experience together. Some trails will take you to remote mountain meadows where you’ll be able to view our resident moose and elk, or if adventure is in your blood, take the trails to the top of the Arrow property and ski down our own private back bowl! And we’re now grooming our trails in the winter months so you can cross country ski or skate.

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Fishing at Rendezvous

Reeling in the fun has never been easier! Just outside your door you’ll find Mary’s Pond which is stocked with fish. If you want to get out a little farther, there’s world-class fly fishing on the Fraser River which runs right through town.

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Wildlife Spotting

Wildlife abounds in Rendezvous!

Look for baby fox faces peeking through the openings in the rock walls that line Pioneer Trail road — that’s their basecamp.
Our moose like to hang out in or around the upper meadows. As for the bear, well, be careful, as they like to try to raid the dumpsters. But typically they run away when they see our Rendezvous humans.

You’ll meet elk and deer when you travel our trails or catch a glimpse of them through the trees when driving on Pioneer Trail. The otters and beavers play in the streams and ponds and can best be seen at dusk.

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