Indian Peaks Wilderness Alliance

Near Denver, the Indian Peaks and James Peak Wilderness Areas are among the most heavily utilized areas in the US. Since 1985, the IPWA has partnered with the US Forest Service in a collaborative stewardship to preserve and protect these areas and is the only Front Range non-profit to do so.

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Public & Societal Benefit
Recreation & Sports

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Indian Peaks, James Peak, Hiking, backpacking, camping, wilderness, environment, Brainard, fishing, dogs, dog walking, mountains, USFS, forest service, outdoors, recreation, Lone Eagle Peak, Boulder Double By-Pass, Arapahoe Pass, Pawnee Pass, Crater Lake, High Lonesome, Continential Divide Trail, Hessie, East Portal, Moffet tunnel

Service Areas

Colorado Counties Served

  • Boulder
  • Gilpin
  • Grand

Zip Codes Served

  • 80301
  • 80466
  • 80302
  • 80303
  • 80305
  • 80308
  • 80455
  • 80481
  • 80510
  • 80540
  • 80447
  • 80474

States Served

  • Colorado

Nations Served

  • United States
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