Glenwood Springs Ghost Walk Tickets on Sale Now
Actors portray famous Glenwood Springs residents, like Doc Holliday at the Glenwood Springs Ghost Walk

Glenwood Springs Ghost Walk Tickets on Sale Now

October is all about spooky fun, and nothing beats the old bone yard where Doc Holliday is buried for a ghostly good time. For three weekends during the month of Halloween the Glenwood Springs Historical Society and Alpine Bank bring the ghosts of Glenwood Springs’ past to life in the town’s oldest cemetery.

On the evening of your visit, be prepared to encounter apparitions of gunmen, gamblers, fancy ladies and pioneer settlers long since deceased. Along with Doc Holliday, the outlaw Kid Curry likes to make an appearance. Hear their version of events along with the stories of other long-departed residents of Glenwood Springs

While spiritedly supernatural, the Ghost Walk is a family-friendly event that’s especially appropriate for school-aged children. “Ghosts” are portrayed by actors who bring a magical quality to each performance while imparting historical anecdotes about what it was like to live in Glenwood Springs in the late 1880s to early 1900s.

Important Ghost Walk Details

  • Tours are limited to 30 people and always sell out, so book your reservations in advance today, either online at GlenwoodHistory.com or by calling 970-945-4448. Tickets are $20 for adults 13 and older, $18 for seniors 65 years and over, $15 for Glenwood Springs Historical Society members. 
  • Tours are available at 7, 7:45, 8:30 or 9:15 p.m. on the following:
  1. October 13 & 14
  2. October 20 & 21
  3. October 27 & 28
  • Please wear appropriate footwear. This hike is mildly strenuous with uneven terrain and limited visibility, it is not recommended for those with physical limitations.
  • Bring a flashlight or purchase an LED lantern for $15 while they last.
  • Be prompt! The dead wait for no one and neither do the tour guides.

Find out more and book lodging at www.visitglenwood.com.

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