• Enjoy Soaks & Slopes Around Colorado

    Follow the Colorado Historic Hot Springs Loop for the best in soaks and world-class skiing

     
    FROM THE Fall 2019 ISSUE
     

    Monarch Mountain

    Monarch Mountain
  • Enjoy Soaks & Slopes Around Colorado

    Follow the Colorado Historic Hot Springs Loop for the best in soaks and world-class skiing

     
    FROM THE Fall 2019 ISSUE
     

    Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort

    Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort

Do you have a conference or retreat that changes Colorado locations every winter or spring? If so, follow the Colorado Historic Hot Springs Loop for the best in soaks and world-class skiing in five destinations around the state. The same geology that created the foundation for world-class skiing in these five locales also formed another nearby natural wonder in the form of 19 geothermal hot springs attractions. Airports serve each of the five regions. colorado.com/hotspringsloop

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS
Slopes: Steamboat and Howelsen Hill
Soaks: Old Town Hot Springs and Strawberry Park Hot Springs 

CHAFFEE COUNTY
Slopes: Monarch Mountain
Soaks: Mount Princeton Hot Springs Resort, Historic Cottonwood Hot Springs and Salida Hot Springs Aquatic Center 

PAGOSA SPRINGS 
Slopes: Wolf Creek Ski Area
Soaks: The Springs Resort & Spa, Overlook Hot Springs, Healing Waters Resort & Spa 

OURAY & RIDGWAY 
Slopes: Telluride Mountain Resort and Silverton Mountain
Soaks: Ouray Hot Springs, Historic Wiesbaden Hot Springs Spa, Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs and Twin Peaks Lodge & Hot Springs

GLENWOOD SPRINGS
Slopes: Sunlight Mountain Resort, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass 
Soaks: Glenwood Hot Springs Resort, Iron Mountain Hot Springs, Yampah Spa & Vapor Caves

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The 160th anniversary of the Colorado Gold Rush is underway. While settlers originally migrated west in hopes of striking gold, groups and leisure travelers today head to Colorado in fall to strike it rich with adventures. Here are two fun ideas for groups during this golden season.  

FALL COLOR TRAIN, LEADVILLE

 

BACKGROUND: Twenty years ago, Steve and Jeanne Beckley were putting the final touches on the substantial improvement projects that made it possible to reopen the Glenwood Caverns and Historic Fairy Caves. The cave closed to the public during World War I more than 82 years prior.