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Glenwood Hot Springs Pool

Glenwood Hot Springs Pool

Staff writer The Glenwood Hot Springs Pool has been in operation since 1888, using 3.5 million gallons of naturally hot mineral water that rises from the Yampah Hot Springs each day. The main pool is kept at 90 to 93 degrees, while the therapy pool is at 104 degrees. The outdoor pool is two city blocks long (405 feet by 100 feet, with nearly 1.1 million gallons of water), and…

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Chautauqua Auditorium in Boulder

Boulder Chautauqua

Staff writer One of Boulder’s crown jewels is Chautauqua, a national historic landmark that opened in 1898 as a venue for education, music, nature and the arts. Chautauqua was a cultural movement throughout the United States that brought people together to celebrate learning, simplicity and a love of nature. The campus of cottages, classrooms, meeting facilities, an auditorium and a dining hall, is 1.5 miles from downtown Boulder and less…

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Boulder in 1900

Boulder history

Staff writer The long history of the lovely Boulder Valley, and the entire West, might be summed up in one word: displacement. The vast inland seas that covered the area for millions of years were shoved aside by the violent upthrust of mountains. Sea and coastline creatures and plants gave way to those adapted to the high plains, foothills and stony mountains. The original human visitors, likely descendants of Asians…

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Ouray County Historical Museum

Staff writer The Ouray County Historical Museum is located in the former St. Joseph’s Miner’s Hospital, a three-floor Italinate building made of native stone that opened in 1887. The Catholic Church donated the land, local residents contributed building funds, and the Sisters of Mercy operated the hospital. The Ouray Historical Society started a museum in the 27-room building in 1971 with displays on the town’s mining, ranching, and railroading past….

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Glenwood Springs

Glenwood Springs is a tourism center at the mouth of scenic Glenwood Canyon, the last stretch completed on Interstate 70 because of the challenges of preserving the canyon’s environment. It also serves as the gateway to Aspen, which is 40 miles to the south. Glenwood Springs has been known for decades for the Hot Springs Pool and related facilities, which have drawn visitors wanting to relax and release every last…

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