WALKFEST

 Together We Heal

 
 

 
 

WALKFEST

 

 Together We Heal

 

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JOIN US FOR AN UNFORGETTABLE 3-DAY EVENT SEPTEMBER 14-16, 2018 IN A BEAUTIFUL COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN SANCTUARY.

 PLUS by joining our email list you will receive exciting updates, ways to get involved, amazing offers
and so much more!!

 

- Save The Date -

Join us for an unforgettable
3-day event September
14-16, 2018
in a beautiful
Colorado Rocky Mountain
sanctuary.

PLUS by joining our email list you will receive exciting updates, ways to get involved, amazing offers and so much more!!

Explore Idaho Springs

Idaho Springs is located in Clear Creek Canyon, in the mountains upstream from Golden, some thirty miles (50 km) west of Denver. Local legend is that the name of the city derived from annual visits to the radium hot springs made by a Native American chief and his tribe who journeyed there each year from Idaho to bathe in the magic healing waters.

To learn more about Idaho Springs click here.

St Mary’s Glacier is located 9.2 miles north of Idaho Springs in the Clear Creek Ranger District of the Arapaho National Forest. The glacier – technically a large perennial snowfield – is a popular year-round destination open to hiking, skiing, glissading, climbing and sledding.

St Mary’s Lake, located just below the glacier, is ringed by bristlecone pine, thick willow and abundant wildflowers. Though easily reached, exploring the glacier can be dangerous. Caution is a must for any activity – even casual walking – on the snowfield.

To learn more about St Mary’s Glacier click here.

The Argo Gold Mine and Mill is a former mining and milling property consisting of a gold mine and gold mill in Idaho Springs, Colorado, built at the entrance of the Argo Tunnel. The tunnel was built between 1893 and 1910 to drain the gold mines in Virginia Canyon, Gilpin Gulch, Russell Gulch, Quartz Hill, Nevadaville, and Central City and allow easier ore removal. 

To learn more about the Argo Gold Mine and Mill click here.

Indian Hot Springs

Long before the white man took his first steps along Soda Creek, the Ute and Arapahoe Indians considered the Hot Springs sacred. They had probably explained them in magical terms as a place that was primarily for gods and spirits. The healing waters of the great spirit were a special place that they had come to for many generations to worship and to heal the sick and wounded.   

To learn more about the Indian Hot Springs click here.

Idaho Springs is located in Clear Creek Canyon, in the mountains upstream from Golden, some thirty miles (50 km) west of Denver. Local legend is that the name of the city derived from annual visits to the radium hot springs made by a Native American chief and his tribe who journeyed there each year from Idaho to bathe in the magic healing waters.

To learn more about Idaho Springs click here.

St Mary’s Glacier is located 9.2 miles north of Idaho Springs in the Clear Creek Ranger District of the Arapaho National Forest. The glacier – technically a large perennial snowfield – is a popular year-round destination open to hiking, skiing, glissading, climbing and sledding.

St Mary’s Lake, located just below the glacier, is ringed by bristlecone pine, thick willow and abundant wildflowers. Though easily reached, exploring the glacier can be dangerous. Caution is a must for any activity – even casual walking – on the snowfield.

To learn more about St Mary’s Glacier click here.

The Argo Gold Mine and Mill is a former mining and milling property consisting of a gold mine and gold mill in Idaho Springs, Colorado, built at the entrance of the Argo Tunnel. The tunnel was built between 1893 and 1910 to drain the gold mines in Virginia Canyon, Gilpin Gulch, Russell Gulch, Quartz Hill, Nevadaville, and Central City and allow easier ore removal. 

To learn more about the Argo Gold Mine and Mill click here.

Indian Hot Springs

Long before the white man took his first steps along Soda Creek, the Ute and Arapahoe Indians considered the Hot Springs sacred. They had probably explained them in magical terms as a place that was primarily for gods and spirits. The healing waters of the great spirit were a special place that they had come to for many generations to worship and to heal the sick and wounded.   

To learn more about the Indian Hot Springs click here.

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