Leadville, Colorado — Early summer is the perfect time to head to the high country. You won’t find any crowds, so you can relax and get a head start on vacation season. And with our affordable prices, you can stay and play longer. Here are five reasons to visit Leadville and Twin Lakes in May and June: Read More »
Welcome to the Old West! Leadville, Colorado, may well be the West’s most authentic mining town, with a vivid Colorado heritage of wild contrasts: mining wealth and high-falutin’ residents, to poverty and ne’er-do-wells, and incredible luck to devastating misfortune. There’s so much to do see and do, April has been designated Historic Leadville Month. Spring is a great time to experience Leadville history for yourself. It’s pretty quiet up here this time of year! Explore at your own pace and feel like you’ve gotten away from it all—even though we’re less than two hours from Denver and Colorado Springs. Read More »
Leadville, Colorado — There’s a reason so many people choose to spend spring break in Colorado: It’s fun! That’s especially true in Leadville and Twin Lakes, because our affordable prices help your vacation dollars go a lot further. And that means you can stay and play longer. Here’s how your week-long Leadville spring break might go… Read More »
Leadville, Colorado — Historic downtown Leadville, Colo., will be buzzing with horses, cowboys, skiers, snowshoers and mountain bikers during the 66th annual Ski Joring and Crystal Carnival weekend, Mar. 6 – 8, 2015. Ski joring, an annual tradition in Leadville since 1949, consists of horse-and-rider teams pulling skiers down a snow-packed road over jumps while spearing rings in a timed competition. Additional snow-themed events round out the weekend, including Nordic sprints, a winter mountain bike race, a paintball biathlon and, new this year, a full moon barbecue, snowshoe tour on the Mineral Belt Trail and swim at the Lake County Aquatic Center. Read More »
Leadville, Colorado — It’s easier to have fun when you’re not worried about your budget. Come on up to Leadville and Twin Lakes, where you can stay and play all week for less than what a weekend at one of the pricier resorts might cost.
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