Cub Scouts Conquer Boulder Real Estate Open Space

cub scouts in boulder coOn a recent trip with the cub scouts to Betasso Preserve, I had the pleasure of enjoying the massive green landscape we usually see in the springtime in the Boulder area.

If you’ve never been up Sugarloaf Road to Betasso, it’s worth the short drive to explore an alternate to the usual Boulder trails, parks, and open space.

As is typical for this time of year, the Cub Scouts from Pack 278 held their annual Tiger Cub pancake breakfast and nature hike. While everyone from the pack was invited, sometimes families forget that Cub Scouts is about family activities.

cub scouts nature hikeFor more information about Boulder area scouting opportunities, or different places to explore around Boulder, call, text or email me anytime.

I’d enjoy the chance to hear from you, and to learn more about what interests you about Boulder.

There are numerous hiking, camping and other outdoor adventure opportunities all over Boulder county.

betasso preserve hikingWhether your thoughts are scouting based because you have kids, or just because you are excited about hiking in a climate where the sweat actually dries off your body and cools you on a warm day, this is the place!

Oh, not only that, there aren’t bugs flying around big enough to carry small children and pets away like other parts of the country I’ve visited. But heck, I don’t really need to do a sales job on the Boulder area.

From what we’ve been seeing in demand for local real estate, it’s just as they say about what drives real estate prices and real estate sales… location. Boulder has that nailed.

Call, text, or email me when you’re ready to explore the part of Boulder County that meets your lifestyle needs. I’m here to help, and it would be my privilege to have the chance to assist you.

Zachary Epps, full-time professional Realtor® and EcoBroker® at RE/MAX Alliance Boulder

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