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A Western Zip Line Course
Come check out our newest activity on the ranch. Replace your cowboy hat and chaps with a harness and helmet for a few hours of scenic zips across the ranch. We have four zip lines on the ranch encompassing 3400 feet of cable and exciting heights up to 300 feet. This classic Colorado mountain thrill is sure to capture your excitement.
Adult Only Weeks!
During the weeks starting August 31st and September 7th we will be having our fall adult only weeks. Enjoy the ranch with a few less guests, relaxed atmosphere, fun couples and singles and outstanding Colorado high-country fall weather. Whether you want to ride, ride, ride or find a relaxing vacation amongst the colorful Aspen trees one of these adult only ranch weeks will be great for you! 15% Discounts apply to both of these weeks.
4th Annual Painting Workshop hosted at Drowsy Water Guest Ranch: September 7-13th, 2014
Join Barbara Tiffany for an intense painting workshop and classes while staying at one of Colorado's Premier Guest Ranches, Drowsy Water Ranch. You will have a chance to paint each day or enjoy other activities the ranch has to offer. Painting times are flexible and there will be painting demonstrations by Barbara. All skill levels welcome!
Barbara, a Florida artist and teacher, has visited the ranch a number of times for personal painting and now following up with a 4th painting workshop. She is a life long artist and has been teaching since 1982.
Come paint the west with us!
Drowsy Water Ranch Corrals TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Award for the third year in a row!!
For the third year in a row Drowsy Water Ranch has been voted by TripAdvisor users to the top 25 All-Inclusive Vacation Resorts in the World. Yes the world! We would like to again thank all of our guests who have posted reviews on their vacations with us at the ranch and for their continual support in referring folks to our ranch in the Colorado High County.