America's National Parks: The Insider's Travel Guide
Luxe Way: Three Forks Ranch
This 200,000-acre property on the Colorado-Wyoming border, a three-hour drive from Rocky Mountain National Park, is a working ranch where guests can help wrangle cattle. But most visitorsabout 30 at a time, maximumcome to fish. A mobile kitchen meets anglers to serve them lunches like grilled flatiron steak; at dinner, guests can choose from cult Napa bottlings like Opus One and Caymus. Three-night minimum stay, from $3,000 per person, all-inclusive; 970-583-7396 or threeforksranch.com.
Photo courtesy of Three Forks Ranch / Manny Rodriguez.