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Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center, Divide

Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
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  • We took the standard tour that lasted about an hour and a half. The wolves are beautiful, and I feel like I learned a lot. The kids got a little restless on occasion, but over all they said they liked...  read more »
  • Great place, educational, and fun. Wish Fish and Game Department would stop killing wolfs. Need more states to recognize their value. Once you come to this place and interact with the beautiful wolfs ...  read more »
  • Before coming here, we knew very little about wolves. This world needs more places like this to teach and educate people about these magnificent creatures. They are absolutely beautiful and so misunde...  read more »
  • We took the regular one hour tour and also did the Alpha Photo session. The tour guide for our one hour tour was incredibly knowledgeable and had a good sense of humor. I left feeling like I received a thorough education on wolves and their current predicament concerning loss of habitat and "anti-wolf" laws and regulations. The Alpha Photo session was an incredible experience to be able to interact up close with the wolves. The pictures were also very well done.
  • This is a very unique and fun experience! Try to attend a feeding session for added value. The guides are very knowledgeable and take their time moving from one animal to the next. Getting up close and personal is something you'll never forget. I'd recommend bringing a pair of binoculars as well. The little shop there has some persuasive and thorough data on wolves and other land beasts. Fit a visit into your calendar soon!
  • The wolves were great. ......amazing creatures. But the "introduction/orientation" was nothing but inaccuracies and out right lies.....the trapping and fur farm "facts" and the hunting "facts" we're anything but factual. Additionally.....we paid to see wolves....some of the wolves were "shy"....naturally you can't blame shyness on the guide....but if you know this about the animals, I would think that you would engineer your facility to facilitate viewing....even the shy ones. Would not go expensive for what you got and I don't appreciate the political agenda supported by dishonesty.
  • Just so wonderful. You have not lived until you have been in the middle of a wolf howl. Highly recommended. Worth the drive. Beautiful spot, good guides, and beautiful animals.
  • We were told that we had to drive through a severe thunderstorm with a tornado warning (tornadoes spotted in the area) or we'd be charged for the tour regardless. The woman was so rude and hateful on the phone that my wife was left in tears. We had been on our way and the storm was so severe that we had to pull over. There is flooding on the road and we cannot get through to the wolf reserve. I understand having a no cancellation policy when it comes to just changing their minds about it, but in the case of severe weather it is RIDICULOUS to hold their customers responsible for the freaking weather. They should be ashamed of themselves. We were going to make a large donation to the center, but we will find a different charity where the people actually care about the SAFETY of their donors.
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