Everyone here at Twins Peaks Lodge & Hot Springs is eager to welcome you to the unique experience that is Ouray, Colorado. After you’ve explored the history and various eats and treats of Main Street, the excitement and wonder are just revving up. Let’s highlight a few of the places nearby you may want to check out during your stay.
If you’re at all familiar with the history of Ouray, you may have heard about the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad. Still visible today, the railroad was at one point in time a method of transportation for cowboys, settlers, and miners until the advent of automobiles. You can still check out the old locomotives to this day.
Are you an experienced snowboarder or skier looking to test your skills? Silverton Mountain has a facility aimed at pros. A double chairlift will take you right up to the steepest skiing this side of Valdez, Alaska. If you feel you’re ready for this sizable challenge, prepare for an exhilarating experience.
A United Nations World Heritage Site, Mesa Verde National Park continues to draw curious history buffs to its cliff dwellings. As a means of preserving the marvelous archeological treasure, the National Park Service has excavated and stabilized both mesa top and cliff dwelling sites, chronologically interpreting well over 550 years of mesa occupation. To get a feel for the way people may have once lived, it’s definitely worth a visit.
This update is provided by Twins Peaks Lodge & Hot Springs. Our Ouray Colorado lodging, full-service hotel has seven different room types including rooms for couples or families with children. Our amenities include hot springs, a free breakfast, spectacular vistas of the mountains, and much more. For additional information on our Ouray Colorado lodging location, please call 800.207.2700 or visit us at 125 3rd Avenue Ouray, Colorado 81427.