• Horses of the San Luis Valley!

    Beautiful horses in the San Luis Valley!

    Moffat was established in 1890 by the San Luis Town and Improvement Company and initially attracted many settlers. It was a major cattle-shipping point on the narrow gauge Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad.

    The town was named after David H. Moffat, a railroad official.

  • Moffat Consolidated School

    Moffat Consolidated School

    Home to the Moffat Cowboys!

    The Moffat Consolidated School District is extraordinary for a small rural district in meeting the needs of families from diverse backgrounds.

  • Sangre De Cristos Mountains

    Sangre De Cristos Mountains

    Highest Peak: Blanca Peak (East of Alamosa, Colorado)
    Parent Range: Rocky Mountains
    Elevation: 14,251 ft (4,374 m)
    Area: 17,193 sq mi (44,530 km2)

  • San Luis Valley Rainbow!

    Number of Sunshine Days: 350
    Average Summer Temperature: 65° F
    Average Winter Temperature: 14° F
    Average Annual Precipitation: 7.6 inches
    Average Annual Snowfall: 41.7 inches
  • Pronghorn

    The pronghorn (Antilocapra americana) is a species of artiodactyl mammal indigenous to interior western and central North America. Though not an antelope, it is often known colloquially in North America as the American antelope, prong buck, pronghorn antelope, or simply antelope.

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