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Windstar Land Conservancy

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Peace and Quiet off the beaten path

The Windstar Land Conservancy is on the land that was once owned by The Windstar Foundation that... read more

Reviewed 18 October 2016
Shari S
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Westminster, Colorado, United States
Windstar John Denvers Statue

went to Windstar before they removed the statue..It was so great to see it and be able to walk... read more

Reviewed 9 January 2015
2gooddogsbaileycoco
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Barnstable, Massachusetts
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Nature conservancy formed through the financial backing and efforts of John Denver.
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Aspen, CO
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Reviewed 18 October 2016

The Windstar Land Conservancy is on the land that was once owned by The Windstar Foundation that John Denver founded when he bought this almost 1,000 acres of land in Snowmass Valley. Sadly the foundation closed it's doors in 2012, however, the land is protected...More

Thank Shari S
Reviewed 9 January 2015

went to Windstar before they removed the statue..It was so great to see it and be able to walk around the area that John Denver loved.Got great pictures of the JD statue.. ...

Thank 2gooddogsbaileycoco
Reviewed 8 April 2013

Don't miss this piece of heaven. Trails to walk. John's meditation platform high above the land. Plus his statue and the bench dedicated to Erma. No wonder John loved it as he did.

1  Thank Martha P
Reviewed 8 August 2012

I absolutely loved walking around the larger-than-life statue of John, which was gorgeous with the eagle on his arm and guitar on his back. The podium is surounded by bricks that have been carved by donors to Windstar (I read that $100 gets a brick...More

Thank gallst
Reviewed 10 June 2012

This is the second time in the last 5 years I've visited Windstar Land Conservancy. Situated in a lovely valley, it has mountain views and a real sense of serenity. Open to the public, Windstar provides a peaceful place in which one can sit and...More

1  Thank stlwazzy
Reviewed 8 February 2012

Windstar has lofty goals and does good work. Support them.

Thank Peter_Plantec
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