Spring

What’s New in Leadville & Twin Lakes, Colorado

        The offerings in Leadville and Twin Lakes, Colorado, have grown in the past year. Several new businesses have opened, and we are continuing to update our list. Please come see what’s new in town since your last visit! You’ll get a warm welcome from these new businesses. Play SUP and Cycle 35 County Road 26, Twin Lakes Rent stand-up paddle boards ...

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        Plan an Adventure Sampler

              Spring is coming soon to the top of the Rockies. Plan your own adventure sampler for a late spring or early summer getaway to Leadville and Twin Lakes, Colorado. Choose from these great options, for a trip you'll treasure forever!  (📷: Bike Leadville by @gilly.swimbikerun) Go Fishing Catch the fish you wish in Gold Medal Trout Waters. Just outside ...

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              Colorado Backcountry Winter Safety: Know Before You Go

                    If you head into the Colorado backcountry this winter, please be sure you’re prepared. Did you know that search and rescue calls at Leadville and Twin Lakes were up 300% in summer 2020? And that many were from visitors? Lake County search and rescue teams are preparing for an active winter. Thanks to Covid-19, many new outdoor-lovers are expected to explore ...

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                    Meet Leadville’s National Museum to Mining

                    120 West 9th Street, Leadville, CO  |  719-486-1229  |  Website >

                          Did you know that Leadville, Colorado, is home to a national museum? The National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum is perched in North America's highest-elevation town. Visitors often say they are surprised by the depth of this unsung museum, which tells the past, present, and future of the nation's mining. There, you can learn about mining through geology, science, historic ...

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                          2020 Travel: Visit the Other Interlaken, at Twin Lakes

                                If you're looking for a version of Switzerland without the flight, visit the other Interlaken. No passport is needed when you travel to Twin Lakes, Colorado, and nearby Leadville! Colorado's Lake County has glacial lakes, trains, boats, and immense peaks like the Swiss Interlaken, plus a taste of the wild west. You can hike, bike, fish, snowshoe, nordic ski, camp, and ...

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                                Summer Road Trip to Twin Lakes!

                                      For a great road trip, head to Twin Lakes, Colorado, this spring! Set near the edge of two of Colorado’s largest glacial lakes, this historic village is both picturesque and welcoming. Businesses in Twin Lakes, and the jaw-dropping drive over Independence Pass, re-open by Memorial Day weekend, depending on snow conditions. Top of the Rockies Scenic Byway The Top of the ...

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                                      6 Great Ways to Play in Leadville’s Spring Snow

                                            Spring snow is still deep and rideable in Leadville, Colorado. And we're often still topped with a layer of freshies! If you'd like to play in fresh snow and warm sunshine, Leadville is just the place. Here are six great ways to play in our abundant spring snow. 1) Snowmobile: Take a snowmobile tour or bring your own sled! Zoom around ...

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                                            3 Reasons to Love Spring in the Rockies

                                                  In North America’s highest city, we’re embracing the in-between season, when winter hasn’t quite left and summer hasn’t quite arrived. Come see for yourself why this playful season is a great time to visit Leadville and Twin Lakes, Colorado. 1. You can enjoy winter or summer sports—on the same day. Spring is the best of both worlds. Want to sneak in ...

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