It is with great pride that we invite you to share Leadville’s spectacular scenery with majestic mountains, pristine forests, backcountry trails and abundant natural snow. Our affordable prices top it all off to make Leadville the perfect winter getaway.

The history of Leadville is filled with dramatic stories of real people who made, and lost, fortunes in this frontier mountain town spiced with Victorian flavor. People known to all of us — Carnegie, Guggenheim, Susan B. Anthony, the “Unsinkable” Molly Brown, Doc Holliday, Oscar Wilde, Horace and Baby Doe Tabor — are just a few of the many who fill Leadville’s past. Rich in gold and silver mining history, Leadville and Lake County are the perfect destination for a unique getaway, relaxing vacation, or relocation.



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Call 888.532.3845 for more information on Leadville events.

On-Going Events

$30 Thursday at Ski Cooper, $30 Thursdays are back this year at Ski Cooper! Purchase $30 lift tickets at the base ticket office and ski for the whole day. Free live music and appetizers starting at 3:00 p.m.   


2Fer Tuesday at Ski Copper, Every Tuesday from January 7th through March 11th buy 2 Full Day Adult Lift Tickets for $47 at the ticket window! www.skicooper.com

Senior Day at Ski Cooper, Every Wednesday from January 8th through March 12th get discounted senior tickets at the ticket window! 60-69 year olds are $29 and Super Seniors (70+) at just $19!

Leadville Ski Joring Weekend, First weekend of March, Ski joring, which entails a horse and rider pulling a skier down a snow-packed road over jumps while spearing rings in a timed competition, has been an annual event in LeadvilleHorse, rider, and skier Ski Joring since 1949. This captivating winter sport is as much fun to watch as it is to participate in!

Leadville Winter Mountain Bike Series: East Side Epic, Saturday, April 12, 2014, These unique and exciting races occur throughout the winter in and around Leadville. Utilizing groomed Nordic ski trails and snowmobile trails, these races are a great way to keep riding and racing during the off-season. Three of the races are even held at night!

April is Leadville History Month see details

The Healy House Museum and Dexter Cabin open for the season, May 17, 2014, open daily from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., with the last tour starting at 3:45. See more

Turquoise Lake Half Marathon, May 31, 2014

Fish Hatchery 5K, June 1, 2014

Leadville Trail Marathon & Heavy Half Marathon, June 14, 2014

Leadville Trail 100 Training Camp, June 27-30, 2014

Leadville Silver Rush 50 Mountain Bike Race, July 12, 2014

Leadville Silver Rush 50 Run, July 13, 2014

The BBQ Special evening train ride on The Leadville Colorado Southern Railroad, July 13, 2014 departing the depot at 6:00 pm. See more

The Wild Flower Special train ride, The Leadville Colorado Southern Railroad, July 19, 26, August 2, 2014, See the alpine flowers at their peak, splashing the mountain world with vibrant color! Extend Your Wildflower and Leadville Knowledge and Add-On the Healy House Museum Tour! See more

Leadville Boom Days, August 1-3, 2014, Leadville's Annual Boom Days, which takes place the first weekend in August, has been honored by the United States Congress as a Local Legacy Event. This three-day celebration of the area’s mining heritage offers entertainment for people of all ages and interests, from mining competitions, motorcycle games and a rod and gun show, to live music, a craft fair and parade.e 21-mile Leadville Boom Days International Pack Burro Race — the second leg of Pack Burro Racing’s Triple Crown — is always a crowd favorite.  See more

Leadville Trail 100 Mountain Bike Race, August 9, 2014

Leadville Trail 100 10K, August 10, 2014

Leadville Trail 100 Run, August 16-17, 2014

Stork Curve-Climax Specials, August 22, September 5, 2014, The Leadville Colorado Southern Railroad. 3 and 1/2 hour trips to the end of our line and spend an evening of beauty, food and relaxation See more

Rocky Mountain High-est Road Marathon and Half Marathon, September 7, 2014

Photo Train Ride Specials, September 13, 14, 20, 21, 27, 28, 2014. The Leadville Colorado Southern Railroad Get that special shot framed by Colorado's autumn beauty! See more
Ongoing Events - Summer (Call for more information.)

Museum Tours
Historic Walking Tour
Route of the Silver Kings Driving Tour
Fish Hatchery Tours
Twin Lakes Boat Tours
Hiking, Biking, Fishing and Camping
Antique Shopping
Hopemore Mine Tours

 Call 888.532.3845 for more information on Leadville events.

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1) Leadville is the highest incorporated city in the continental United States at 10,152 feet above sea level.

2) Lake County is home to Colorado's two highest peaks: Mt. Elbert at 14,433 feet and Mt. Massive at 14,421 feet.

3) Leadville has more museums than any other Colorado town.




The National Mining Hall of Fame
Explore mining's rich heritage here in Leadville, 719.486.1229.

Ski Cooper
Five lifts serve more than 400 skiable acres, with ski school, day care, rentals and nordic center. 800.707.6114 or www.skicooper.com.

The Mineral Belt Trail
Great for snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Call 888.532.3845 for more information.

Snowmobile Trail and Guided Tours
We can help you find the right trail, guide or rental company. Call 888.532.3845 for more information.

Cross Country and Snowshoe Trails
Lake County has miles of scenic snowshoe and cross country ski trails. Call 888.532.3845.

See a full list of Things to do in Colorado

See the Royal Gorge Colorado Vacation Guide

See the Estes Park Colorado Vacation Guide

See the Fort Collins Colorado Vacation Guide

See the The Guide to Colorado Rafting

See the Colorado Camping Guide

See the Durango Silverton Colorado Train Guide

See the Leadville Colorado Guide