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Welcome To Bar-K  Ranch ..... a small mountain community at approximately 8600 ft in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.  Read More

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Bar-K Ranch is a small mountain community at an elevation of approx.
8500 ft in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.   (Scroll Down)

Our close neighbors to the east include Jamestown, Niwot, Longmont, and Boulder. Ward, Gold Hill, Nederland, Central City, and Black Hawk are to the south, with Allenspark, Ferncliff, Estes Park and spectacular Rocky Mountain National Park to the northwest. A drive along the Peak to Peak Highway, provides a breathtaking view of Colorado scenery including: Longs Peak (14.225') Mount Meeker (13,911') Pagoda Mountain (13,497') Chiefshead (13,579') Mount Alice (13,310') St. Vrain Mountain (12,162')Copeland Mountain (13,176') Ogallala Peak (13,138') Sawtooth Mountain (12,304') Mount Audubon (13,223')  Pawnee Peak (12,943') shown above, Mount Toll (12,979') Sugarloaf Mountain (8,917') and Flagstaff Mountain (6,872')

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