This Fresh Place Friday brings us to Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Glenwood Springs resides in one of the most beautiful stretches of Colorado mountain scenery – the Glenwood Canyon. Glenwood Springs is located about 40 miles away the tourist destination town of Aspen, Colorado. Travelers going to and from western Colorado pass through Glenwood Canyon.
Glenwood Springs is a charming Colorado mountain town community with many indoor and outdoor activities. Glenwood Springs is probably most famous for the world’s largest natural hot springs pool, natural underground vapor caves and Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. When visiting the hot springs pool, you will follow in the footsteps of some of the most famous Americans, including Doc Holiday, President Taft, Al Capone and the unsinkable Molly Brown. The Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park takes you on the Iron Mountain Tramway in a fully enclosed gondola soaring over the Colorado Rocky Mountains with views of Aspen, the Roaring Fork Valley and Mt. Sopris.
If you are moving to Glenwood Springs, Colorado permanently however, the area offers so much more. Glenwood Springs features an outdoor amphitheater with live summer performances. The town also features a variety of culinary experiences and its own brewery. Glenwood Springs wouldn’t be a mountain without a ski resort. If you are looking to ski, snowboard, snowshoe, snow ski or many other outdoor winter activities, visit Sunlight Mountain Resort. The resort lights up at night which is viewable from Glenwood Springs.
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