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|Junction of US Highway 40 : Granby, CO
||East to Granby, Colorado.
|Co Rd 40: Reservoir
||County Road 40, Willow Creek Reservoir, Willow Creek Campground,
|County Hwy 6: Lake Granby
||County Highway 6, runs along the southern shores of Lake Granby, and on to, Monarch Lake, Crater Lake, a mountain lake in the Elk Mountains, lies east of here.
|Granby Lake Marina
||A Marina on Lake Granby, near Kokanee Cove, located just off United States Highway #34.
|Co. Rd 41 : Fish Bay
||County Road 41, near Fish bay on Lake Granby, Country Road overlooking Stillwater pass.
|County Road 64: Campground
||County Road 64, Cutthroat Trout Bay, Cutthroat Bay Campground,
|Co Rd 66 : Reservoir
||County Road 66, Shadow Mountain Reservoir, Columbine Bay, Grand Bay,
|State Hwy 278: Grand Lake, CO
||State Hwy #278, The Town of Grand Lake, Colorado, a town located in Grand County, Colorado, The name sake lake, Grand Lake, the largest natural body of water in the state is nearby. The town now is a touristic attraction, a recreation spot. The Kauffman House, a historic rustic log house, that functioned as a hotel from its construction in 1892 to 1973 in Grand Lake, Colorado, now used as a museum.
|Co Road 49 : Lake
||County Road 49, to, Columbine Lake, lies just west of U.S.Route #34, Elk Creek Campground,
||Community of Gaskil, Colorado, located off United States Highway #34, on Colorado River.
|Access to Baker Gulch
||Access to Baker Gulch, located at the western entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park
|Access : Campground Comfort Station
||Access to Timber Creek Campground, The Timber Creek Campground Comfort Stations, a set of three restrooms in Rocky Mountain National Park. These are added to the National Register of Historic Places. The Timber Creek Road Camp Barn, built in 1931 to support the construction of Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park, The Barn is now used for storage.
|Trail Ridge Raod Views
||Views of Never Summer Range, Headwaters of Colorado River, Rocky Mountain Views are breath taking from this stretch of the Highway in the Rocky Mountain National Park.
||Scenic Mountainous Highway, Farview Curve, a highway curve on the United States Highway #34, offering spectacular views of Rocky Mountain National Park
||Continental Divide, Milner Pass, a mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, located on the continental divide in the Front Range, within Rocky Mountain National Park, United States Highway #34 passes through the Milner Pass over the continental divide. The road near the pass provides a panoramic view of the Never Summer Mountains to the west.
|Old Fall River Road : Fall River Pass
||Old Fall River Road, Fall River Pass, a mountain pass in the Rocky Mountains of northern Colorado, located on the Front Range, within Rocky Mountain National Park. United States Highway #34 runs through the pass. The Alpine Visitor Center, one of five visitor centers for the National Park, is located at the pass. The Fall River Pass Ranger Station, in Rocky Mountain National Park, is Rustic style, built in 1922, the ranger station was converted to a museum. The Fall River Pump House and Catchment Basin in Rocky Mountain National Park are utility structures which treat water for the Fall River Pass Museum and the Alpine Visitor Center. The Willow Park Stable in Rocky Mountain National Park, The Willow Park Patrol Cabin, also called the Willow Park Ranger Station and the Willow Park Cook and Mess Hall. Maintenance crews on Fall River Road were originally accommodated in the cabin and Willow Park Stable. The Fall River Road in Rocky Mountain National Park was the first automobile road to penetrate the interior of the park.
||Lava Cliffs along the United States Highway #34, on the Rocky Mountain, in Rocky Mountain National Park
|Tundra Communities Trail
||Tundra Communities Trail, Trail head off Trail Ridge Road in the Rocky Mountain National Park
||Rainbow Curve, a Highay curve on the Colorado Rockies within Rocky Mountain National Park, A High viewing point which provides breathtaking views of Rocky Mountain National Park
|Many Parks Curve
||Many Parks Curve, A Road Curve on U.S.Route #34/Trial Ridge Road, in rocky Mountain National Park, Views of Moraine Park and Beaver Meadows are spectacular from this curve.
||Rest Area, A Roadside rest area for travelers in the Hidden Valley along the U.S.Route #34
|Junction S Navy Hill Road/U.S.Route #36
||Junction U.S.Route #36, S Navy Hill Road, Bear Lake Road, Moraine Avenue, Deer Mountain Trailhead, The Moraine Park Museum and Amphitheater, also known as the Moraine Park Lodge and the Moraine Park Visitor Center, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum was built in 1923. The William Allen White Cabins, Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, also known as Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building, a building in Rocky Mountain National Park that is nationally significant for its architecture.
|Old Fall River Road : Alluvial Fan Falls
||Old Fall River Road, Alluvial Fan Falls, Alluvial Fan Trail, Endo Valley, Fall River Valley, Thousand Falls Cascades, Chasm Falls, along the Old Fall River
||Sheep Lakes, a small lake located along United States Route #34/Fall River Road
|Aspen Glen Campground Road
||Aspen Glen Campground Road, Aspen Glen Campground, a campground in Rocky Mountain National Park
|Bighorn Ranger Station : Fall River Entrance
||Bighorn Ranger Station, Fall River Entrance Historic District in Rocky Mountain National Park preserves an area of park administration buildings and employee residences built in the National Park Service Rustic style.
|Fish Hatchery Road: Rocky Mountain National Park
||Fish Hatchery Road, Rocky Mountain National Park, a National Park located in the north-central region of Colorado, featuring majestic mountain views, a variety of wildlife, varied climates and environments-from wooded forests to mountain tundra-and easy access to back-country trails and campsites. Estes Valley Memorial Gardens
|W Elkhorn Avenue: Estes Park, CO
||W Elkhorn Avenue, Estes Park, Colorado, Community of Beaver Point, Colorado
|Junction U.S.Route #36: Estes Park, CO
||Junction United States Route #36, Estes Park, a town in Larimer County, Colorado, A popular summer resort and the location of the headquarters for Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park lies along the Big Thompson River. The Park Theatre in Estes Park, Colorado, was built in 1913, and is the oldest operating cinema in the western United States. Estes Park Medical Center, Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, also known as Rocky Mountain National Park Administration Building, a building in Rocky Mountain National Park that is nationally significant for its architecture, a National Historic Landmark. The Rocky Mountain National Park Utility Area Historic District, in Rocky Mountain National Park documents the early administrative core of the park. The Snogo Snow Plow, the plow was actually a snowblower and featured advanced features such as an enclosed cab, four wheel drive and roll-up windows. It was used in the park until 1952.
|Access Road to : Lake Estes
||Access Road to, Lake Estes, located between U.s.Route #34 and U.S.Route #36/State Highway #66, in the town of Estes Park, Colorado, Estes Park Ride a Kart lies nearby.
|Olympus Heights, CO
||MacCracken Lane, Community of Olympus Heights, Colorado
|Big Thompson Canyon Road
||Big Thompson Canyon Road, Community of Loveland Heights, Colorado
|Jeep Trail : Forest
||Jeep Trail, runs through the Roosevelt National Forest in the Estes Park Valley,
|Waltonia Road : Waltonia,. CO
||Waltonia Road, Waltonia River Cut, Community of Waltonia, Colorado,Big Thompson River flows along the U.S.Route #34, Big Thompson Canyon on the sides of the U.S.Route #34.
|Co Rd 43: Drake, CO
||County Road 43, Storm Mountain Road, Drake, Colorado
|Viestenz Smith Mountain Park
||Viestenz Smith Mountain Park, a mountain park, located just off U.S.Route #34/Big Thompson Road,
|Bartram Park : Cedar Cove, CO
||Bartram Park, Keko Drive, Community of Cedar Cove, Colorado, located within Roosevelt National Forest,
|Big Thompson Canyon
||Big Thompson Canyon, a canyon located along the Big Thompson Road/U.S.Route #34, in Roosevelt National Forest,
|W Co Rd 22H : Little Dam, CO
||W. County Road 22H, Community of Little Dam, Colorado, Sunrise Ranch, Emissaries of Divine Light, Loveland Water Storage Reservoir,
|N Co Rd 29 / Waterdale Drive
||N County Road 29 / Waterdale Drive, Flatiron Reservoir, Pinewood Lake, Carter Lake Reservoir, Rabbit Mountain, located south off United States Route #34,
|N Co Road 27:
||N County Road 27, Masonville, Colorado, a town in Larimer County, Colorado,
|Hidden Valley Drive: Devil's Backbone Trail
||Hidden Valley Dreive, Plaster Mill Road, Devil's Backbone Trail, to Devil's Backbone Park, where outcrops of rocks, rock formations of unusual shapes and sizes located.
|Rossum Drive: Lake
||Rossum Drive, Buckingham Lake, Mariano Reservoir/Boedecker Lake, Lon Hagler Reservoir, Lonetree Reservoir, Welch Reservoir, located south of United States Highway #34, near Campion, Colorado.
|N Wilson Avenue : Reservoir
||N Wilson Avenue, Rist Benson Reservoir, King of glory Lutheran Church, Horsetooth Reservoir, located just west of Fort Collins, Colorado, a Home Rule Municipality situated on the Cache La Poudre River along the Colorado Front Range, in Larimer County, Colorado,
|Intersection: Loveland, CO
||Intersection of United States Highway #287/N Lincoln Avenue
|Boise Avenue : Lakes
||Boise Avenue, Lower Hoffman Lake, Upper Hoffman Lake, Westerdoll Lake, Heinricy Lake, Boyd Lake State Park, a State Park located north of U.S.Route #34 in Loveland, Colorado, Boyd Lake, Dyekman Reservoir,
|McWhinney Blvd : Medical Center
||McWhinney Boulevard, Rocky Mountain Avenue, Medical Center of the Rockies, located in Loveland, Colorado, the sister hospital of Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins, Colorado, The hospital is home to a regional heart center where open heart surgery is performed. Equalizer Lake, Houts Reservoir, This Road connects with Interstate Highway #25 near Budweiser Events Center, a multi-purpose arena in Loveland, Colorado.
|Intersection Interstate Hwy #25
||Intersection of Interstate Highway #25/ nited States Highway #87
|Access : Hospital
||Access to, Northern Colorado Rehabilitation Hospital,
|County Road 17 : Windsor, CO
||County Road 17, The Town of Windsor, Colorado, a town in Larimer and Weld counties in Colorado. The Cache la Poudre River runs through the town, Windsor West Park, Windsor Lake, Eastman Park. Johnstown, Colorado, a town in Larimer and Weld Counties in Colorado, lies south off United States Route #34, Hillsboro Reservoir lies nearby.
|Junction State Hwy #257
||Junction State Highway #257 / County Road 21, Windsor, Colorado, a town in Larimer and Weld Counties, Colorado, Windsor Lake, Windsor Reservoir, U.S.Route #34 (Business) to Greeley, Colorado, Thompson Lake,
|47th Avenue: Greeley, CO
||47th Avenue, Hope Centre Foursquare Church, Greeley, Colorado, Arrowhead Reservoir, Greeley Country Club,
|Intersection U.S.Route #85 : Greeley, CO
|Co Rd 53 :
||County Road 53 / State Hwy 37, Kersey, Colorado, a statutory town in Weld County, Colorado, Community of Spanish Village, Colorado, Alden, Colorado, a community in Weld County, Colorado, located north off U.S.Route #34, Lindies Lakes, Gill, Colorado, a town in Weld County, Colorado, Briscoe Lake,
|Co Rd 61 : Kuner, CO
||County Road 61, Community of Kuner, Colorado, Loloff Reservoir located along County Road 50,
|County Rd 50: Hardin, CO
||County Road 50, Community of Hardin, Colorado,
|Co Rd. 87 : Dearfield, CO
||County Road 87, Dearfield, Colorado, a ghost town and a historically black majority settlement in Weld County, Colorado, site of this ghost town was along United States Highway #34, Community of Masters, Colorado, Riverside Reservoir,
|Access : Reservoir
||Access to, Empire Reservoir, a reservoir located just off United States Highway #34,
|State Hwy #144 / Co. Rd 1
||State Highway #144 / County Road 1, Orchard, Colorado, a town in Morgan County, Colorado, Jackson Lake State Park, a state park located northeast of here.
|Junction : State Hwy #52/U.S.Route #6
||Junction : State Hwy #52, U.S.Route #6/Interstate Highway #75, Wiggins, Colorado, a Town in Morgan County, Colorado. Community of Goodrich, Colorado, Jackson Lake State Park, located north of here, in western Morgan County, Colorado, It is situated on 2,411-acre (9.76 km2) Jackson reservoir and was built in the early 1900s. The park offers 260 camping spaces, fishing, boating, and various other activities such as bird watching, hunting, and an OHV track.
|Exit 75 : Leaving I-75
||Exit 75, This is where United States Highway #34 parts way with concurrent, overlapping Interstate Highway #76/United States Highway #6,
|Junction State Hwy #52: Fort Morgan, CO
||Junction State Highway #52/Main Street, The City of Fort Morgan, Colorado, a city in Morgan County, Colorado, located by the Platte River, Library Park, Colorado Plains Medical Center, Riverside Park, Fort Morgan Parks Dept., Fort Morgan Country Club, Fort Morgan Municipal Airport, a public airport located along State Highway #52, north of Fort Morgan, Colorado, in Morgan County, Colorado. Community of Log Lane Village, Colorado, located along State Route #144, nearby.
|Co Rd 21 : Moseley, CO
||County Road 21, Community of Moseley , Colorado,
|Co Rd 24: Lodi, CO
||County Road 24, Community of Lodi, Colorado, lies along the U.S.Route #34, Community of Dodd, Colorado, lies across the River off U.S.Route #34. Pawnee Raw Water Reservoir, Pawnee Evaporation Pond 1, 2 and 3 Reservoir
|Junction State Route #71: Brush, CO
||Junction State Route #71 / Colorado Avenue, The City of Brush, Colorado, a Statutory City located in Morgan County, Colorado, East Morgan County Library, Morgan County Veteran's Services,
|Junction State Rte #71
||Junction State Route #71, At this location, State Route #71 ends overlapping on U.S.Route #34 and travels southward to Woodrow, Colorado, a town in Washington County, Colorado, Brush Golf Course lies along this County Road 29.
|Access : Airport
||Access to, Brush Municipal Airport, a public airport located along the United States Highway #34, east of Brush, Colorado.
|County Road Q: Pinneo, CO
||County Road Q, Community of Pinneo, Colorado, a farming community located along the U.S.Route #34.
|County Road S: Midway, CO
||County Road S, Community of Midway, Colorado,
|Cedar Avenue : Akron, CO
||Cedar Avenue / State Route #63, The Town of Akron, Colorado, a Town in Washington County, Colorado, located on United States Highway #34. Washington County Extension, Akron Public Library, Colorado Plains Regional Airport, a public-use airport located on the north side city limits of Akron, Colorado, a town in Washington County, Colorado,
|Dade Street: Otis, CO
||Dade Street/State Route #61, County Road Railroad, Otis, Colorado, a Statutory Town in Washington County, Colorado,
|County Rd Vv: Calhoun, CO
||County Road Vv, to, Community of Calhoun, Colorado,
|S Detroit Street: Yuma, CO
||S Detroit Street, State Route #59, The City of Yuma, Colorado, a city in Yuma County, Colorado, Yuma City Library, Wolf Park, Old Threshers Days Yuma, Colorado Fairgrounds, Yuma Municipal Airport, a public airport located south along State Route #59.
|County Road M : Schramm, CO
||County Road M, Community of Schramm, Colorado,
|SW Kansas Street: Eckley, CO
||SW Kansas Street, Eckley, Colorado, a Town in Yuma County, Colorado, Eckley Community Church,
|County Rd Z: Robb, CO
||County Road Z, Community of Robb, Colorado,
|County Road FF: Lake
||County Road FF, Stalker Lake, a lake located north off United States Highway #34, west of Wray, Colorado.
|Intersection : Wray, CO
||Intersection United States Highway #385 / Dexter Street, The City of Wray, Colorado, a Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat of Yuma County, Colorado, Wray Watershed District Reservoir Number 3, Wray Public Library, County Recorder, St. Andrews Hall, Wray Municipal Airport, lies north of the city of Wray, Colorado, along U.S.Route #385,
|Access : Lake
||Access to, Olive Lake, located in Wray, Colorado, Morgan Community College, located on U.S.Route #34 is nearby on the east.
|Campbell Avenue: Laird, Colorado
||Campbell Avenue, Laird, Colorado, a town in Yuma County, Colorado,
|Colorado/Nebraska State Line
||Colorado/Nebraska State Line, This is where the Colorado part of United States Highway #34 ends and the U.S.Route #34 enters Nebraska, after traversing the Colorado Rockies, Colorado Plains in the state of Colorado.