Created by El Gallo on September 18, 2000
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There's lot more to Glenwood than just the Hot Springs, but there's more to the Hot Springs than you're gonna believe. I consider this one of the world's greatest swimming holes and spots for "taking the waters". And if you get monkey hands, just go skiing.
Created by TravelNeedy on January 18, 2006
There was so much to see and do, and this was my very first flight!
Created by vinyl on August 16, 2005
Gorgeous Glenwood Canyon contains the Colorado River and also a biking trail which is several miles long. The bike trail is accessible from the frontage road, directly in front of the hot springs pool.
Created by evansmichaelj on July 26, 2003
Arriving in Glenwood Springs on the Amtrak train from Denver had my head spinning with a true Rocky Mountain High. I knew my time would be spent in the spectacular Glenwood Canyon upon first sight. I rented a bike and traveled the first class bike path 16 miles up the canyon. The next day included a rafting trip down the wonderful Colorado River offering yet another view of this special Canyon.
Created by panda2 on April 14, 2003
Go for the water, stay for the food.
Created by c_rau on February 21, 2003
My mother loves the Rocky Mountains and when she came for a visit, I wanted to treat her to a night in the mountains. Glenwood Springs turned out to be an economical yet beautiful place to spend the night with lots of things to do and see.
Created by TRAVELPRO guide on January 29, 2001
In addition to its famous Hot Springs Pool, this friendly “spa city” offers outdoor recreation, a newly opened cave with a tram carrying you to the entrance, two golf courses, and many fine restaurants. We love to go to Glenwood Springs every year for a weekend getaway. It's only about 3-4 hours drive west of Denver on I-70.