With three hot springs attractions, two rivers and a mountain-top theme park, Glenwood Springs, Colo. was the clear winner for Elevation Outdoors readers voting for the 2018 Top Adventure Towns.
The 29th Annual Lighting Ceremony takes place in Glenwood Springs at the Hotel Colorado on Friday, Nov. 23. Festivities include a fun-filled day and night of holiday cheer complete with music, visits from Santa and culminates with a firework display and the illumination of thousands of lights!
Channel your inner peaceful warrior by booking your Glenwood Springs holiday vacation early.
Glenwood Springs offers visitors edge-of-your-seat entertainment this fall with a singing ghost, a raucous comedy show, a month-long mountain-top autumn-themed festival and more.
Choosing a restaurant is highly subjective, since everyone likes something different; our best advice is to check out the dining scene in Glenwood Springs for yourself. But in case you need some guidance, here's a quick glance on where to go and what to order.
Glenwood Springs is hopping day and night! You've made activity plans from dawn to dusk, now check out what to do after dark in Colorado's favorite hot springs town.
Learn the finer points of German brewing styles and sample the real thing in Glenwood Springs where restaurants, breweries and attractions are raising a toast to the Oktoberfest tradition of good beer, good food and good fun—Prost!
Fall is leaf-peeping season in Colorado. For the best color viewing in the state, get off the beaten path in Glenwood Springs for autumn colors without the crowds.
Everything seems to taste better sitting beneath an umbrella at an outdoor eatery. In Glenwood Springs, dining al fresco is a delicious warm-weather ritual. Find out where to go for an outdoor meal.