Feb 26

FILMED IN GLENWOOD SPRINGS

Glenwood Springs is a photogenic destination not just for visitors, but for filmmakers as well. Blue skies, historic backdrops, and riveting scenery make it a natural choice for a set location. Since 1926, nine movies have been filmed in part in Glenwood Springs, and the town remains high on Hollywood’s list of go-to location sites. …

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Feb 26

A Little Town Called Defiance

GLENWOOD SPRINGS HISTORY                 Originally inhabited by nomadic Ute Indian tribes, this area of bubbling hot springs has long been a destination for the health seeker. In the early 1880’s, James Landis homesteaded the confluence of the Roaring Fork and Grand Rivers that would become Glenwood Springs. Early …

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Feb 26

The Local Wild Life

Nature’s diverse creatures thrive in and around Glenwood Springs. Deer range through neighborhoods, herds of elk recline in meadows, and eagles soar above Glenwood’s riverways looking for their next meal. Catching a glimpse of these and other local wildlife is easier if visitors know where to look and how to behave in the presence of …

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Jan 04

Rail Road History

The colorful railroad history of Glenwood Springs and the Roaring Fork Valley comes to life at the Glenwood Railroad Museum.  Located in the historic Glenwood Springs train station at 413 7th Street, across the street from the Hotel Denver, we are open Friday through Monday, 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Come see toy trains, big …

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