10 Reasons to Visit Twin Lakes this Summer

        If you haven’t been to Twin Lakes, Colorado, add it to your bucket list. These large glacial lakes lie at the foot of Colorado’s highest peaks and offer a wealth of recreation. In addition, the mountain hamlet of Twin Lakes offers intriguing history, delicious food, and charming places to lay your weary head. Whether your taste for adventure is wild or ...

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        10 Winter Adventures at Leadville & Twin Lakes

              If you’re seeking winter adventures, you’ll find treasures at Leadville and Twin Lakes. Discover 10 ways to have fun at the top of the Rockies! (📷: @coloradojerseygirl / Instagram) 1) Dogsled Go dogsledding! Let happy huskies pull you past phenomenal views of forests, lakes, and Colorado’s highest peaks. 2) Ski or Ride Cooper Enjoy the wide-open spaces at this family ...

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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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                    Holiday Shopping in Town & Online

                          This year, you can shop from your favorite Leadville and Twin Lakes stores from the comfort of your home! The Share the Love Online Holiday Marketplace is open now until noon on Dec. 23, 2020. Shop goods and gift certificates from local artists, shops, attractions, and nonprofits. You are sure to find unique gifts that your friends and family will love. Pick ...

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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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                                Top 10 Reasons to Visit Leadville and Twin Lakes, CO, this Fall

                                      Leaves change first in Leadville and Twin Lakes, Colorado. At elevations around 10,000’, the aspen usually peak mid- to late September, surrounding scenic drives, hikes, bike rides, and train rides with golden leaves. Here are some of our favorite reasons to visit Leadville and Twin Lakes this fall! 1. National Scenic and Historic Byway – Autumn Roads All roads into Leadville ...

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                                      Camping Guide to Leadville & Twin Lakes, CO

                                            [Updated August 20, 2020] In this summer of social distancing, camping in Leadville and Twin Lakes is a popular getaway. As Colorado continues in the Safer at Home and in the Vast, Great Outdoors phase, we share this guide to help you plan your own camping trip. Where to Camp Explore the campgrounds near Leadville and Twin Lakes, or book a ...

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                                            Lodging Reopens June 1st in Leadville and Twin Lakes, CO

                                                  Summer is kicking off in the high country, and lodging is reopening in Leadville and Twin Lakes, Colorado! As of June 1, 2020, lodging properties may reopen if they’ve received approval from Lake County Public Health Agency. This means that when you stay in Lake County, you can do so with confidence that your room meets careful and thoughtful guidelines for ...

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