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Posts Tagged With ‘ Eldorado Springs ’


Boulder’s Liquid Gold: The Geological Origins of the World’s Best Spring Water

October 26th, 2023

Welcome to Boulder, Colorado a city of stunning beauty and geological wonders. From the majestic Flatirons to the rugged foothills, Boulder is a place of awe-inspiring beauty. But beneath the surface lies a secret that has been hidden for centuries: the source of the finest spring water in the country. In this blog article, we will uncover the geological secrets of Boulder and explore the hidden wonders that make Boulder’s spring water so special. So come along and join us as we unveil the geological wonders of Boulder, Colorado! Uncovering the Natural Sources of Boulder’s Refreshing... Read More

Eldorado Springs Hidden Celeb Retreat: Icons Who Found Serenity

September 19th, 2023

Eldorado Springs is a small town located in Boulder County, Colorado, United States. The town was founded in 1905 and is known for its natural springs, which have been a popular tourist attraction since the early 1900s. The name “Eldorado” comes from the Spanish word for “the golden one” and refers to the town’s early mining history. The area was originally settled by miners in the late 1800s who were drawn to the region by the discovery of gold. Eldorado Springs became a popular destination for health-seekers in the early 1900s when the benefits of the town’s... Read More

Eldorado Canyon State Park at 5,682 Feet: Outdoor Pic of the Day Captures its Natural Beauty

August 11th, 2023

The Colorado State Park system includes Eldorado Canyon State Park. It was founded in 1978 and is situated in Boulder County, close to the city of Boulder. The park is divided into two sections: Inner Canyon and Crescent Meadows. The park is 885 acres (3.6 km2) in size and offers a variety of recreational options. Eldorado Canyon is home to one of the most accessible and extensive rock climbing sites in the world. This state park is only available throughout the day, and visitors are expected to leave before dusk.  Read More

The Perennial Canyon – Eldorado Springs

June 4th, 2023

Colorado’s reputation as a confluence of health and recreation is well established. We’re known for our ski resorts, biking, and every athletic activity in-between. Anyone can challenge or simply enjoy themselves throughout the mountains, Western Slope, and Front Range. The history of this is long, to say the least. But perhaps the most important chapter, in terms of impact, came in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Tuberculosis was the leading cause of death at that time, and effective antibiotics wouldn’t come until the 1940s. Failing other options, many doctors prescribed the sun,... Read More

Eldorado Pool, a Paradise at a 5,682-Foot Elevation

May 5th, 2023

Generations of families in our Colorado community have enjoyed summertime activities at the Eldorado pool. We’re committed to preserving this long-standing custom for upcoming generations. Our resort’s historic preservation will continue into swimming season and is making progress toward its anticipated opening later this summer. The plan is to continue using this pool for another 114 years! The pool itself, restrooms, and other amenities will all receive upgrades in addition to the road improvements. Follow the Facebook page for the Eldorado Swimming Pool for more information.  Read More

Boulder Climber at Eldorado Canyon State Park

May 3rd, 2023

Eldorado Canyon State Park is part of the Colorado State Park system. It was established in 1978 and is located in Boulder County near the city of Boulder.The park consists of two areas, the Inner Canyon (developed area) and Crescent Meadows (undeveloped area). The park encompasses 885 acres (3.6 km2) with a variety of recreation opportunities available. Eldorado Canyon is home to one of the world’s most accessible and comprehensive rock climbing areas. This state park is open during daylight hours only, visitors are expected to leave before dusk.  Read More

Eldorado Canyon: What to Know, Where to Go

August 13th, 2022

  It’s time to head out and explore the surrounding parks and trails around Boulder. One of Boulder’s best parks sits a few miles south of the town itself, and boasts beautiful scenery and rich history. Eldorado Canyon beacons as a mecca for local rock climbers. The state park is renown for its beautiful sandstone walls, pocked with thousands of rock climbing routes. Any serious climbers in Boulder should not pass up a chance to experience the world class routes in Eldorado Canyon. However, for the more causal adventurer, Eldorado Canyon offers miles of winding trails, easily accessible... Read More

Beat the Heat in Boulder’s Waters: Eldorado Springs, Boulder Creek, or Spruce Pool

June 24th, 2021

Although Colorado’s April snow showers and chilly May days make warm summer weather seems highly improbable, the heat is on its way. With this weekend’s forecast hovering in the 80s, it’s a perfect time to take advantage of Boulder’s many swimming destinations. Whether you’d prefer to keep cool in the pool or make a water adventure out of the day, Boulder has something for you. Scott Carpenter Pool Located in central Boulder, Scott Carpenter Pool is a great place for a low-key pool day. Home to Boulder’s only 50 meter pool, you can get in a great workout and recover with a nice... Read More