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.
The National Mining Hall of Fame > Located in the famous 1880's silver mining boomtown of Leadville, the National Mining Hall of Fame and Museum is a monument to the memory of the men and women who pioneered the discovery, development and processing of our nation's natural resources. 719-486-1229, mininghalloffame.org
Ski Cooper > More than 480 ski-able acres, with ski school, rentals and Nordic center. Enjoy our low prices, friendly staff and short lift lines. 800-707-6114, skicooper.com
Cross-Country & Snowshoe Trails > Free snowshoeing, Nordic & cross-country trails.
Mineral Belt Trail > All-season trail groomed for winter offering spectacular view.