Cordillera River Parcel
Cordillera is one of a few communities in the West owning a piece of private river heaven. This gives Cordillera property owners access to 1.3 miles along the Eagle River for year-round, world-class fishing in pristine water, abundant with large rainbow and brown trout. The river parcel also features viewing benches and walking paths.
Vail Valley Anglers (VVA) manages Cordillera's Fishing Program with its industry endorsed guides. Education programs, discounts on guides, equipment and merchandise, and a variety of programs are offered.
To obtain a fishing pass for Cordillera waters, property owners are asked to print and sign the Rules & Regulations, then email them to Cordillera's Operations Director Trevor Broersma for review. Upon approval, VVA will contact the property owner to schedule an orientation and/or pick up the current year fishing pass. This process is to ensure Cordillera property owners have access to the waters. The orientation class is for property owners to learn safety, rules and regulations and proper fish-handling techniques.
Cordillera has four ponds accessible for fishing (Upper Bearden, Lower Bearden, Red Draw and Grenada Glen complete with a picnic area). Each pond is stocked every spring with brown and rainbow trout. Vail Valley Anglers oversees the execution of the stocking and maintains the health of the ponds and their inhabitants. Fishable ponds are available to all Cordillera property owners and accompanied guests; guests who are not with an owner will be asked to leave. The Grenada Glen Pond offers a picnic area for Cordillera property owners' enjoyment.