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Capital Prize Gold Mine Tour
Historic Sites, Mines, Walking Tours, Specialty Museums, Mountains
Cliff Palace
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites
Balcony House
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites
Kit Carson County Carousel
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Specialty Museums
Independence Pass
Scenic Drives, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Lookouts
Loveland Pass
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Sapphire Point Overlook
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Lookouts
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The cathedral is within walking distance of the mall and is just a block or so up the street from the state capitol building (another beautiful, architectural gem and historic landmark).
Always make it a point to visit Catholic churches on our adventures and stopped here and the Cathedral was beautiful, inspiring and reverent.
This pretty Chapel was once visited by Pope John Paul II and is surrounded by peaceful and pristine scenery.....a perfect spot to stop and reflect.
Beautiful and interesting for a quick, little stop after visiting Estes Park!
If you can break away from all the activities the resort offers for a worship service or are planning a wedding in the Colorado Mountains, I’d recommend the Chapel at Beaver Creek for an unforgettable experience.
This chapl by the creek is a wonderful place to come to introspect, pray, meditate among the reflections and shadows of nature.
Visitors can walk the steps, say a prayer and light a candle at the Shrine, visit the museum, experience the incredible mountain views or just sit in the Memorial Garden to experience serenity and peace of mind.
There are many place for prayer the chapel where you can light candles, near the Holy Water area a chapel on the bottom floor, the church inside, and the top of the stairs.
The trail up the mountain is nicely built and anyone in decent shape can hike the about half mile trail and enjoy the sculptures depicting the last day of Jesus Christ.
Don’t miss the walk through the hillside where saints and martyrs’ sandstone busts and stories of their untimely deaths through Mexican history are told.
Temple Israel Leadville
Fascinating & unexpected little gem in the Colorado high country, must see for Jewish history buffs
The history behind this Temple, which literally rose like the phoenix from ashes, became a functioning contemporary house of worship, as well as serving as a museum.