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It's Fun to Host Events at the YMCA of the Rockies

Meetings and Events: Find your inspiration at YMCA's two Rocky Mountain locations


YMCA of the Rockies


Find your inspiration at YMCA of the Rockies. Our two beautiful locations in the Rocky Mountains provide the perfect combination of updated facilities, retreat cabins, lodge rooms and team-building activities. There are many reasons meeting and event planners choose to hold an event at YMCA of the Rockies’ locations. Every year, we serve more than 1,200 conferences. Estes Park Center can host as many as 5,032 guests with 60 meeting rooms offering 90,000 square feet of indoor meeting area. Snow Mountain Ranch offers 24 meeting rooms with 27,000 square feet of indoor meeting area and can host as many as 1,640 guests. Guests are inspired by our beautiful mountain views, fresh mountain air and endless recreational possibilities. 

(This sponsored content was provided by YMCA of the Rockies.)

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