Beaver Ranch - Conifer
One of the most fun and beautiful courses I have ever played. It's hard to beat Colorado courses in the mountains when it comes to enjoying your day playing disc no matter how good or bad you're playing.
The course got a little monotonous on the back nine with all short pin placements. That said, the course seems to be switched up in its variety of pin placements regularly so that could be different every time you play.
The only reason I can't give this course a 5 chain rating is $10 per person to play is a little rich in my opinion. So far, pay to play in CO is more the norm compared to the rest of the country where disc golf is free to play. I don't mind contributing to the organizations that manage and maintain courses, but $10 per player is against the spirit of disc golf in my opinion.
Best course I've played in Colorado. If you've got friends visiting from out of state, make the drive to this course. You play up and down a mountain the entire time. Great Scenery.
As an east coaster, I love that this course is loaded with trees. Denver courses are very low on obstacles, and I find that boring. Make the 30 minute drive from Denver and play this course. It will challenge you. $5 to play, but well worth it. Been playing for 12 years, and this is one of the top 3 courses I've played.
Wear sneakers, as you are essentially hiking while you play.
This is my favorite course and I play it whenever I make it to Colorado. Anytime the sign in the parking lot warns you of bears and cougars you're in for a good time. You play through meadows, up steep hills, throw down and across a valley. When you live in flat Oklahoma, this course is everything you dream a course in Co would be.
Great mountain course. Epic landscape. Great elevation changes and hazard of rolling discs. Solid 5 rating. Best course I've played in CO. Lots of hiking involved - approximately two hour game - depending on your crew.
A unique and challenging course. We had a blast.
Great course....after the first three holes you are up on the mtn. We really enjoyed playing here and it looked like they were in the process of installing a zip line....we will def play this one every time we come back to Colorado....highly recommend this one.......
this course is awesome. if your looking for a nice scenic hilly hike mixed with a amazing dg course this is it. It isn't the easiest course in the world but i like a challeng. lots of trees. this one is definitely a hike. nice benches and lots of people out there but everyone plays kinda slow here due to hills and looking for runaway discs.
I am a novice disc golf player and for me this course is challenging. The first pin is very intimidating and almost made me want to turn around and leave. This course is very hilly and lends itself to lots of discs rolling down hills and turning what could have been par into a double bogey. Having played it a few more times I am getting used to the obstacles and figuring out where the pins tend to be. I would recommend this course to anyone looking to take the next step and improve their game but not bringing and new players. It could get frustrating. One big plus is that it's usually about 10 degrees cooler then in Denver metro.
The first hole is very intimidating! You are looking up a 50 degree hill, with the basket at the top, and a narrow corridor of trees leading up to it. Rolling all the way back down the hill is a very likely possibility. The first three (3) holes are all uphill, and are strenuous. However, once you get passed these, the rest of the holes are mostly flat with some small hills in between. Rolling discs is the major challenge. Often the basket is out of site, and you can't tell where your disc has gone. some holes have log walls protecting your disc from rolling, but not all holes have this.
Overall, this was an excellent course to play! There are so many ways to approach the basket, I foresee this course being a favorite of mine for a long time!
Amazing course with beautiful backdrops to disc through! Lots of up-hill climbing, so make sure you have good shoes and pack plenty to drink! Challenging course with every shot in your bag. Not too long, but you have to be very accurate! Watch where you go or have a spottr, because if you start to roll, it may never stop! Great course, I would tell all my friends to play it!
The location of this course as shown by the Google Maps and MapQuest links is not correct. Read the course directions and ignore the map links.
Nice course with some challenging terrain and elevation. Many tight, heavily treed holes. Accuracy and skill are required. You can hit the basket on your second throw, roll 40 feet down a steep hill, and end up with a 4. This course benefits from an active club that is making steady improvements. The new signs at each tee are a wonderful addition, as are the log benches scattered throughout the course. There is some hill climbing involved, making this course more of a physical workout than most.
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