Eldora (pronounced el-DOH-ruh), previously known as "Eldorado" then "El-Dora", then Eldora or Camp Eldorado, and is still called Happy Valley, is a census-designated place (CDP) in Southwest Boulder County, Colorado. The population was 142 at the 2010 census. The CDP of Eldora is more commonly referred to as a small town or village. The elevation of the town is 8,700 ft., and the highest point is 10,800 ft. Eldora receives a heavy annual snowfall of 300 inches each winter.

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  • Eldora (pronounced el-DOH-ruh), previously known as "Eldorado" then "El-Dora", then Eldora or Camp Eldorado, and is still called Happy Valley, is a census-designated place (CDP) in Southwest Boulder County, Colorado. The population was 142 at the 2010 census. The CDP of Eldora is more commonly referred to as a small town or village. Eldora is located within the Roosevelt National Forest, and is primarily a rural, densely forested, and sparsely populated area. Eldora is tucked into the valley carved by Middle Boulder Creek, from which there are views up toward the alpine ski runs of Eldora Mountain Resort. A one-time gold camp, Eldora was a shipping point for the Caribou silver mine in nearby Nederland, CO. At present, Eldora is characterized by small cabins, a sprinkling of vacation homes, and several long-shuttered mercantiles. Points of interest near Eldora include the Eldora Mountain Resort, Eldora Historic District, and Indian Peaks Wilderness. Eldora Historic District has been listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places since 1989. The area is home to an abundance of wilderness and wildlife, including animals such as mountain lions, black bears, coyotes, red foxes, mule deer, elk, bobcats, and much more. The elevation of the town is 8,700 ft., and the highest point is 10,800 ft. Eldora receives a heavy annual snowfall of 300 inches each winter. To get to Eldora from Boulder, CO, drive 18 miles west of Boulder on CO 119 to Nederland, CO. Continue through Nederland and turn right at the sign for Eldora. This road is CR 130, also known as Eldora Road. The town center of Eldora is approximately 3 miles from this turn. (en)
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  • Eldora (pronounced el-DOH-ruh), previously known as "Eldorado" then "El-Dora", then Eldora or Camp Eldorado, and is still called Happy Valley, is a census-designated place (CDP) in Southwest Boulder County, Colorado. The population was 142 at the 2010 census. The CDP of Eldora is more commonly referred to as a small town or village. The elevation of the town is 8,700 ft., and the highest point is 10,800 ft. Eldora receives a heavy annual snowfall of 300 inches each winter. (en)
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