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Glenwood Springs

See Map 4 • Population: 7,736 • Elevation: 5,763 • Area Code: 970 Garfield Co., CO 81601

Points of Interest Hot Springs Pool, Vapor Caves, Hotel Colorado, Ski Sunlight, Frontier Historical Museum, Doc Holliday Tombstone, Glenwood Canyon

Annual Events:

Ski Spree February (970) 945-6589

Glenwood Springs Summer of Jazz June, July (970) 945-6589

Strawberry Days June (970) 945-6589

4th of July Fireworks Display July (970) 945-6589

Fall Arts Festival Late September (970) 945-6650

Tri Glenwood Triathlon September (970) 384-6400

Visitor Information    Chamber Resort Assn. & Visitor Center   1102 Grand Ave. (970)94^658^

Glenwood Springs Reservations 1102 Grand Ave.   (888) 4GLENWOOD (970) 945-6589

Hospital                     Valley View Hospital 1906 Blake Ave. (970) 945-6535

Bus Station                 Greyhound Bus Lines 118 W 6th St. (970) 945-8501

Public Transit               Roaring Fork Transit Assoc. (RFTA) 51 Service Center Dr., Aspen (970) 925-8484

Ride Glenwood Springs 806 Cooper Ave. (970) 384-6400

Train                         Amtrak 413 7th St. (800) 872-7245

Airport                      Glenwood Springs Munic. Airport 1172 Airport Center Rd. (970) 618-0778

Colleges                     Colorado Mountain College 3000 CR 114 (970) 945-7481

Colorado Mountain College, Spring Valley    1402 Blake Ave. (970) 945-7486

Post Office                 Glenwood Springs Main Post Office 113 9th St. (970) 945-2701

Libraries                     Glenwood Springs Library 413 9th St. (970) 945-5958

Colorado Mtn. College Library 3000 County Rd. 114 (970) 945-7481

Museum                     Frontier Historical Museum 1001 Colorado Ave. (970) 945-4448

Golf Courses               Glenwood Springs Golf Course 193 Sunny Acres Rd. (RD 131) (970) 945-7086

Westbank Golf Course 1007 Westbank Rd. (970) 945-7032

Ski Area                     Sunlight Mountain Resort 10901 117 Rd. (800) 445-7931 (970) 945-7491

Police Department        Glenwood Springs Police Dept. 101 W 8th St. (970) 384-6500

Fire Department          Glenwood Springs Fire Dept. 101 W 8th St. (970) 384-6480

Newspaper                 Glenwood Springs Post Independent 2014 Grand Ave. (970) 945-8515

They had a hot time in the old town in June 2002. The Coal Seam fire closed 1-70 and the hot springs, and the historic Hotel Colorado was evacuated. The fire was beaten back, but not before it left 29 families homeless. The healing properties of the hot springs and vapor caves were enjoyed for centuries by the Utes. James Landis, the first setder in 1879, was the first owner of the hot springs property. Defiance camp was established in 1880 and later renamed after the Iowa hometown of a local businessman. Walter Deveraux bought the hot springs in 1885 and developed the town for tourism. Doc Holliday died of tuberculosis in the Hotel Glenwood in 1887 and was buried in Linwood Cemetery. The Hotel Colorado, built in 1893, attracted the rich and famous, including Teddy Roosevelt, whose visit to hunt bear turned the hotel into the "Litde White House of the West."