Only Glenwood Springs has three completely unique hot springs facilities and one ski area celebrating its 50th birthday.
Save 40% by bundling Sunlight Mountain Resort lift tickets and Iron Mountain Hot Springs passes.
Two of the best reasons to come to Glenwood Springs in the winter are affordable skiing and blissful geothermal hot springs. The Slope & Soak 4-Pack delivers a package that combines thrilling downhill adventure and the ultimate in hot springs relaxation.
For 50 years, Sunlight Mountain Resort has been making people smile!
Have an answer ready when someone asks, “What are you doing for Christmas and New Year’s Eve?” Those two festive events are coming up quickly, so plan ahead and make your Glenwood Springs dinner reservations and party plans now. Here’s what’s going on in Glenwood Springs.
Christmas Eve & Christmas Day. Almost all Glenwood Springs restaurants are open on Dec. 24, but only a few will be serving dinner on Christmas Day.
Glenwood’s hometown ski resort celebrates its half-century mark with a weekend-long birthday bash, Dec. 16 – 18.
Star light, star bright; come see Glenwood dazzle and delight on this and every wintry night!
Holiday cheer is everywhere in Glenwood Springs, Colorado! From the mountain tops to the riverbanks and places in between, Glenwood Springs is shining bright with holiday lighting displays designed to put a smile on the face of every child, no matter their age!
Go by car, by foot or by tram, but go see Glenwood’s holiday lights.
When it comes to relaxation and recreation, Glenwood Springs is swimming in choices -- and their famous Colorado hot springs are just one of many options!
Place an order or pull up a chair in Glenwood Springs for a Thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings.