A Gateway to the Great Outdoors
The north-western corner of unincorporated Evergreen is a secluded mountain oasis. With stately evergreens and wide open valleys setting the stage for immaculate backdrops of the Rocky Mountains. The Kaiser Ranch, once called home to Willie Nelson, an American country music singer-songwriter, still stands surrounded by vast grassy meadows and peaceful mountain streams.
Relax, Unwind and Enjoy
Our humble portion of unincorporated Evergreen is the perfect place to visit if you are looking to relax, unwind and enjoy a serene mountain landscape or simply escape for the afternoon while slipping into a plush robe, sipping tea by the fire, and treating yourself to Tall Grass luxury spa services.
A few steps closer to nature
Enjoy being a few steps closer to nature with the sound of bugling elk off in the distance, watch deer graze in the meadow, and de-stress while listening to the gentle mountain streams. Upper Bear Creek Road winds its way through breathtaking scenery to a small, remote campground and picnic area at the end of the road. The land surrounding Upper Bear Creek Road offers beautiful hiking trails such as Lost Creek, Beartrack Lakes, and Beaver Meadow which connect to other trails such as Captain Mountain, Summit Flats, and Resthouse and continue onto Echo Lake, Summit Lake, Lincoln Lake, and the Mount Evans Wilderness Area.
Each day offers new surprises
Kick your feet up and stay the night at the cozy creek-side Elk Run Bed and Breakfast offering comfortable, in-home accommodations. Surrounded by wildlife, each day offers new surprises filled with hummingbirds, fox, deer, elk, wild turkey, or even black bear sightings! Enjoy a relaxing getaway nestled inside the Mount Evans Elk Management Area.