2021 Travel Guide to Leadville & Twin Lakes

        [Updated June 10, 2021]

        Leadville and Twin Lakes, Colorado, is open for business. We are taking precautions to ensure you have a safe and healthy trip. Please use this 2021 Travel Guide to know what to expect. Then plan your visit!

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        What’s Open

        Indoors

        Lodging, shops, and many fun things to do are open.

        Restaurants are open for dine-in at 100% of restaurant capacity, with 6′ of distance required between parties inside and 3′ of distance required between parties outside. No more than 10 per party are allowed. Many local restaurants also offer takeout and delivery.

        Bars are now open at 100% capacity, with 6′ of distance required between parties. Last call is at 2 a.m.

        Outdoors

        Trails, outdoor activities, and outdoor guided services are open to rejuvenate your body and soul.

        Events & Gatherings

        Indoor and outdoor events are returning, with capacity and safety guidelines in place.

        Throughout Colorado

        If you’re visiting other areas on your trip, see what’s open in Colorado. Then learn more about Colorado travel and COVID-19.

        See more on what’s open in Leadville and Twin Lakes, Colorado.

        Mask Guidance & Health Info

        Best practice is to keep a mask on you at all times, as businesses may still require a face covering. Lake County is following state guidelines. See Colorado guidance for wearing masks.

        • Fully vaccinated people may go without masks in public indoor spaces unless the setting requires otherwise.
        • Businesses may require customers to wear masks or show proof of full vaccination.
        • Unvaccinated people over age 11 are encouraged to wear masks in all public indoor spaces.

        For more on COVID-19 in Leadville and Twin Lakes, visit the COVID-19 Lake County Colorado Facebook page.

        Learn more about Colorado travel and COVID-19.

        Backcountry Safety – High-Elevation Snow

        If you are planning backcountry activities to enjoy high-elevation snow, be sure to check out our Colorado Backcountry Winter Safety Resources. Know before you go!

        Fire Ban

        As a reminder, please check and follow current fire restrictions.

        Thank You

        Thank you for following our health and safety guidelines. We look forward to seeing you!

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