Glenwood's famous mineral-rich
waters have been rejuvenating weary travelers since the Utes lived there centuries
ago. The awe-inspiring Glenwood Canyon has been called the "little Grand
Canyon" of Colorado and your family can hike to the crystal clear waters
of Hanging Lake and Spouting Rock, or hike the trail to Doc Holiday's grave.
Caverns Adventure Park takes you and your family on an exciting ride on the new
Iron Mountain Tramway high up the Rocky Mountains overlooking the picturesque
town. On the mountaintop you can experience the ancient breathtaking underground
wonders of the living dripping Glenwood Caverns and Historic Fairy Caves and enjoy
the panoramic views from the Exclamation Point restaurant.
Springs offers miles of river trails, hiking and biking paths, superb fishing
holes, and thrilling white water rafting and kayaking activities. Championship
golf courses with unequaled views are in close proximity. The winter season brings
skiers from across the country, being less than an hour from 7 renowned ski areas,
including Aspen, Vail, and Snowmass, Colorado.
Springs is home to the world's largest natural hot springs pool. At the pool your
family can lap swim, play on the waterslides, dive off the diving board, relax
in the message chairs, plus there is a spa and health club.
your family is done playing in the hot springs, try whitewater rafting on the
Colorado River. This is fun for the whole family, even if you have never been
whitewater rafting before! Or with Glenwood Canyon near by, spelunking, rock climbing
and mountain biking abound.