Noted as the most diverse forest throughout the Rocky Mountain range, San Isabel National Forest holds spruce-topped mountain peaks, six wilderness areas, alpine lakes, rushing rivers, and pine-dotted meadows with rolling grasslands. Adventure the trails atop Mount Elbert, the highest point in Colorado, and one of the 19 fourteeners within the forest. Along the breathtaking mountain passes, a couple popular spots are Twin Lakes and Turquoise Lake recreational areas. In addition to hiking and camping, off-roading opportunities are attractions of the forest. Venture to Iron City to soak in the mining culture and importance to the area. Delving cliffs and canyons, spotting Bighorn sheep, rafting the Arkansas River, and a dip in the hot springs can be a part of this glamping journey. Visit the forest of many faces and cozy up in an eco-friendly cottage nestled near the stunning San Isabel National Forest.