Wind Crest Horseshoe Court

In the 1850s, prospectors crossed the Great Plains and came to the foot of the Rocky Mountains. Some say they found gold and stopped to stake their claim. Others say they saw the mountains towering above and—after a long, hard journey—many simply decided to go no farther.  

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Most people wouldn’t think of participating in a triathlon in their 60s, 70s, 80s, or 90s. But at Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo., 83 residents and staff swam, ran, and biked a combined total of 8,512 miles during a month-long triathlon in June.

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The trio of buildings that have been opening at Wind Crest since last November concludes this month with The High Line Overlook. The building, which combines 30 new maintenance-free apartment homes with community space and amenities, is scheduled to open mid-month as new residents begin to move in.

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By this time last year, George and Blandine Sevier would have spent more than 100 hours weeding, digging, raking, and hefting—preparing and maintaining their lawn and flowerbeds.  This year, they’re enjoying the view. 

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With hundreds of choices, selecting the retirement community that best fits your needs and lifestyle can be overwhelming. But often, common myths about retirement communities can cloud your judgment.

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Arlene Macura has always moved into new homes, and her latest move is no different. When she discovered Wind Crest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo., she knew it was right for her.

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This summer is a great time to be on the priority list at WindCrest, the Erickson Living community in Highlands Ranch, Colo. The community’s sales team has planned several exciting events exclusively for priority list members.

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Since the mid-1980s, Karen and Ken Pinkham have visited at least 67 countries, some several times. They hiked the Grand Tetons, swam in the Pacific, and sipped ouzo in Santorini.

Wind Crest's Blue Sky Bistro

Craig Ellsworth is like a kid in a candy store.