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Fall Foliage Update for Southwest Colorado, September 2013

  
  
  

The Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs is Your Home Base for Fall Colors!

fall.colorsFall has arrived, and the aspens are beginning to change. Just a short drive from Ouray to Ridgway is already a display of golds and reds, still with quite a bit of green, but every day is a little more colorful.

Every day, we at the Box Canyon Lodge try to get the most up to date information regarding where the leaves are at their best, and pass that information on to our guests. We also try to take drives ourselves, in order to have first hand knowledge to share with you, not to mention that we enjoy this time of year as well!

fall bcl2It is always a pleasure to hear from guests as they arrive at our doorstep as to what the colors are doing on that particular day. As we approach the peak colors, different areas transform daily, and our guests provide a constant source of foliage updates.

The US forest Service is also a great resource, which we definitely refer to as well.

fallcolorsDate: 9/27/13

Estimated Percentage of Current Fall Foliage:
Durango – 15% 
Molas Pass - 25%
Silverton/Red Mountain Pass – 55% aspens
Pagosa – 15
Dolores/Rico – 10% aspens, 50% cottonwoods
Mancos – 5%

Areas with Greatest Amount of Color / Recommended Viewing Areas:
The best area right now would be Red Mountain Pass, north side into Ouray, and the alpine loop on the Lake City side. 

This weekend (Sept. 28-29) should be good on Hwy 550.

10,000 to 12,000 feet should be changing fast, especially north aspects.
Dolores River valley improving quickly.



Estimated Peak Viewing Period:
High country this week and next weekend (Sept 21-22).
Other passes/ high elevation aspen groves.

fallcolors2Viewing Suggestions / Tips:
4WD in Silverton and the alpine loop. Lake City to Creede.  North side of Red Mountain Pass

Trees That Are Currently Turning Color:
Aspens, grasses, willows and low scrub oak.

For More Information on Fall Colors Please Contact:
San Juan Public Lands Center, Durango (970) 247-4874

Rocky Mountain Region Fall Color page link
National Forest Service Color Finder page link

 

The weather has a strong effect on the changing of the leaves in Colorado, and with the recent rains, we are still seeing quite a bit of green. In Ouray itself, there are definite patches of color, and the drive from Montrose to Ouray is quite stunning. As the season of colors proceeds, be sure to check with us first!

bcl rainbowAll of us at the Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs are looking forward to helping you plan the perfect Fall retreat. This time of year I like to refer to as the Rainbow season: every afternoon, the sun displays a rainbow over the town, often a double rainbow, the stark red, yellow and green acting as a contrast to the deep blue of the sky. There is no other place to experience so much beauty!

 

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Ouray Oktoberfest 2013 - Celebrate Fall in The Switzerland of America

  
  
  

Craft Beer, Authentic Cuisine, and a variety of Prizes abound at the 49th Annual Oktoberfest in Southwest Colorado!

fallbcm4The Fall harvest is a celebration not only of bringing in the last crops of the year, but also a time to reflect on the accomplishments of the season, and prepare for the relative quiet of the season to come. If planned correctly, the harvest heralds a winter of relaxation and rejuvenation, as the earth rests and prepares for spring.

This is a wonderful time of year to visit. You never know what you might find! There could be a blanket of colored leaves draping the hillsides, or there could be a Christmas card worthy display from the first snow. Regardless, October is blessed with the best of both worlds. Brisk with the whispers of winter, yet bright and sunny as the days cling to one last glimpse of summer.

In Germany, the home of the original Oktoberfest, harvest festivities begin on September 21 and run for 16 days. Only specific types of beer are allowed to be served during the festival: those locally brewed, and with a high alcohol content!

oktoberfestHere in Ouray, Oktoberfest has become a little more westernized. Obviously, there is still a variety of craft beers to sample and enjoy, however, the celebration only lasts for a day. Shops all along Main Street hold sidewalk sales, and a general air of festivity is in the air. With so many options for shopping, this is a great time to start picking up gifts for those special people in your life in preparation for the holiday season just around the corner.

In the evening, from 5:00 til 9:00 pm, the Ouray Chamber hosts the Oktoberfest dance and celebration at the Ouray Community Center. 

falljeepingIf you haven't already, don't forget to pick up a few raffle tickets before the night begins. Every year, the Ouray Chamber raffles off a variety of prizes, with the grand prize being a brand new Jeep Wrangler! As visitors and locals walk Main Street throughout the Spring and Summer minths, the jeep is parked all over town for folks to check out. This year is a pretty little red jeep with a Ouray Edition sticker on it. 

Imagine the fun of enjoying an evening of toe tapping music, fantastic craft brews, great food, and a brand new jeep to pick up in the morning. Granted, you don't have to be present to win, but it does sound a little bit more fun than a phone call....Then again, that would be a call to take!

Tickets may be purchased any time at the Ouray Visitor Center (1230 Main Street, Ouray, 1.800.228.1876) and participating local businesses up to the October 4, 2013. On October 5, all ticket sales will move to Oktoberfest at the Ouray Community Center (320 Main Street, Ouray, 5-9 PM)

fallbcm3Tickets: 1 for $5, 3 for $10, 7 for $20

Proceeds from the raffle are used for Fourth of July and New Year's Eve fireworks in Ouray, an annual student scholarship, the purchase of a new Jeep and community events.

Combine your trip to enjoy the Oktoberfest with other activities that let you explore the San Juan Mountains in October!

bcl tbsDrive the Million Dollar Highway for an easy beautiful scenic drive through a photographers paradise of fall foliage. Or, hike one of the many trails accessible in town for a more close up experience. Cascade waterfall is a spectacular sight surrounded by a rainbow of leaves, and the Box Canyon Waterfall is a sight to behold.

Let the staff at the Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs help you to plan an ideal getaway. After a day of exploring the many things Ouray has to offer, a long leisurely soak in our all natural minral hot spring tubs is the coup de gras for a perfect fall day.

See you soon!

 

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Ouray and Ridgway Events this October

  
  
  

Say Farewell to Fall and Welcome Winter in the San Juan Mountains!

fall boxcanyon.2October in Ouray County promises to be a scary good time as we usher in another season of chilly days aand qiet serenity. What better time to visit than at the transition into the holiday seasons? From Octoberfest to Trick or Treat, October is by far one of the most spectacular times. The old addage that if you don't like the weather, wait 15 minutes or drive 15 miles becomes even more apparent. It may be cloudy and damp in Ouray, but just a short scenic drive away, there is sunshine in Ridgway and snow in Silverton. The beauty is you never know exactly what you are going to get, bur be confident that no matter what Mother Nature decides on, it is going to be amazing.

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At the Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs, October also heralds the first month of our Once a Month Club. Members agree to spend at least one night each month through May with us in exchange for incredibly reduced rates. This is something we at the hotel look forward to every year, as we wait impatiently for our Winter regulars to start coming back and sharing their Summer adventures with us.

It may be a little more quiet, but that doesn't mean we are lacking entertainment in our tiny little county. Come for a day or a week, and enjoy all the Uncompahgres have to offer this October!

Events this October:

Saturday, August 17 through Tuesday, November 19, 2013 - 10:00 am to 4:30 pm at the Ouray County Museum in Ouray Colorado: Otto Mears Exhibit

ottomearsDue to the extreme popularity of this exhibit and requests to continue it, the Ouray County Museum are holding it over for another year. Most Ouray County residents are familiar with the name Otto Mears. He is most famous for building toll roads and railroads. However, Otto was involved in many other endeavors including founding newspapers, mining investments, military service, Colorado politics, and numerous others. Learn about the career of this famous Colorado entrepreneur. The exhibit closes July 5th and reopens August 17th thru November 19th.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013 - 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Adult swing/Lindy Hop Intro

swing4Have you ever wanted to learn the art of the Lindy Hop? With the essentials easy to pick up in just four short weeks, you will be dancing to any genre of music, and having a blast while doing so! Continue with Lindy Hop Beginning B the following month. Don't miss the best swing classes in the tri-county area! Taught by Chris & Wendy Shima, Lindy teachers for over 15 years!

Thursday, October 3, 2013 - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Thursday Afternoon "Independence" Club at the Sherbino Theater

Come “get randy” with former Independence Café master bartender Randy Gregory, every Thursday afternoon/evening for the foreseeable future at the historic Sherbino Theater!

Thursday, October 3, 2013 - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Open Bard Poetry Series

wendy videlockOpen Bard is a monthly poetry reading/performance series at the historic Sherbino Theater in Ridgway. This month's featured poet is Wendy Videlock from Grand Junction. The doors open at 6:30 for sign-ups to read and refreshments. Starting at 7:00 pm a nationally or regionally known poet from Colorado or beyond takes the stage. Following the reading and a short intermission will be an open reading during which audience members can read or perform their poetry. Open Bard is sponsored by the Ridgway Chautauqua Society and the Ouray County Performing Arts Guild. 

Friday, October 4 2013 - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at Ridgway Hartwell Park: Ridgway Farmers Market

farmers marketThe Ridgway Farmer's Market features locally and nd regionally grown organic produce, breads & baked goods, specialty spices and jams, and locally handmade artisan treats like hats, candles, soaps, jewelry, and much more!

Saturday, October 5, 2013 - 5:00 pm to 10:00 pm at the Ouray Community Center in Ouray, Colorado: Oktoberfest

oktoberfestCold beers, hot brats, and great company are all on tap at the annual Ouray Oktoberfest celebration. The festivities also include the Annual Jeep Raffle, polka dancing, and door prizes. The annual Jeep Raffle, now 48 years old, supports Fourth of July and New Year's Eve fireworks in Ouray, an annual student scholarship, the purchase of a new Jeep and community events.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013 - 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Adult swing/Lindy Hop Intro

swingdancingHave you ever wanted to learn the art of the Lindy Hop? With the essentials easy to pick up in just four short weeks, you will be dancing to any genre of music, and having a blast while doing so! Continue with Lindy Hop Beginning B the following month. Don't miss the best swing classes in the tri-county area! Taught by Chris & Wendy Shima, Lindy teachers for over 15 years!

Thursday, October 10, 2013 - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Thursday Afternoon "Independence" Club at the Sherbino Theater

Come “get randy” with former Independence Café master bartender Randy Gregory, every Thursday afternoon/evening for the foreseeable future at the historic Sherbino Theater!

Friday, October 11, 2013 - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at Ridgway Hartwell Park: Ridgway Farmers Market

fruitThe Ridgway Farmer's Market features locally and regionally grown organic produce, breads & baked goods, specialty spices and jams, and locally handmade artisan treats like hats, candles, soaps, jewelry, and much more!

Friday October 11, 2013 - 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm at the Wright Opera House in Ouray, Colorado: ART, a 3 part play presented by the Kansas City Players

"Art," which was first produced in Paris nearly 20 years ago, makes its way to the Wright Opera House with a Kansas City-based company of actors: John Rensenhouse ("The Lion King," "Noises Off"), Greg Butell ("Gypsy," "Doubt: A Parable") and Trevor French ("Hairspray," "Avenue Q"). This Tony Award-winner (for Best Play) also received the Olivier Award for Best Play and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play

Saturday, October 12, 2013 - All Day at the Ridgway Public Library: RACC Parking Lot Sale & Chili Cookoff

chiliYou never know what you might find at a parking lot sale held by the RACC! There are treasures to be found in every booth, and the chili is pretty darn good as well! For $10.00 per booth, why not bring out some old treasures to make someone else's day? It's a great way to clean out the garage in preparation for the winter, or to find that much needed item. 

Saturday, October 15, 2013 - 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm at the Wright Opera House in Ouray, Colorado: ART, a 3 part play presented by the Kansas City Players

wright logo"Art," which was first produced in Paris nearly 20 years ago, makes its way to the Wright Opera House with a Kansas City-based company of actors: John Rensenhouse ("The Lion King," "Noises Off"), Greg Butell ("Gypsy," "Doubt: A Parable") and Trevor French ("Hairspray," "Avenue Q"). This Tony Award-winner (for Best Play) also received the Olivier Award for Best Play and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 - 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Adult swing/Lindy Hop Intro

swingdancing3Have you ever wanted to learn the art of the Lindy Hop? With the essentials easy to pick up in just four short weeks, you will be dancing to any genre of music, and having a blast while doing so! Continue with Lindy Hop Beginning B the following month. Don't miss the best swing classes in the tri-county area! Taught by Chris & Wendy Shima, Lindy teachers for over 15 years!

Thursday, October 17, 2013 - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Thursday Afternoon "Independence" Club at the Sherbino Theater

Come “get randy” with former Independence Café master bartender Randy Gregory, every Thursday afternoon/evening for the foreseeable future at the historic Sherbino Theater!

Friday, October 18, 2013 - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm at Ridgway Hartwell Park: Ridgway Farmers Market

farmers marketThe Ridgway Farmer's Market features locally and nd regionally grown organic produce, breads & baked goods, specialty spices and jams, and locally handmade artisan treats like hats, candles, soaps, jewelry, and much more!

Saturday, October 19, 2013 - 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm in Ridgway, Colorado: Ridgway MoonWalk Art Outing, Presented by the Ridgway Creative District and Weehawken Creative Arts

The Ridgway Creative District and Weehawken Creative Arts present a monthly gallery tour coinciding with the full moon! For October, we're calling it the Starry Night Lantern Parade.

Come learn about all the amazing artists and creative folks that you might not know about around town!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013 - 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Adult swing/Lindy Hop Intro

swingdancingHave you ever wanted to learn the art of the Lindy Hop? With the essentials easy to pick up in just four short weeks, you will be dancing to any genre of music, and having a blast while doing so! Continue with Lindy Hop Beginning B the following month. Don't miss the best swing classes in the tri-county area! Taught by Chris & Wendy Shima, Lindy teachers for over 15 years!

Thursday, October 24, 2013 - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Thursday Afternoon "Independence" Club at the Sherbino Theater

Come “get randy” with former Independence Café master bartender Randy Gregory, every Thursday afternoon/evening for the foreseeable future at the historic Sherbino Theater!

 

Saturday, October 26, 2013 - 9:00 pm to 12:30 am at the Wright Opera House in Ouray: Rocky Horror Picture Show and Dance

wright1This cult classic will be played out in its traditional fashion, with local actors performing the film lives onstage. Don't forget your props or the words to the Time Warp, as you follow the misadventures of Brad and Janet singing their way through an evening with the mad Dr. Frank-N-Furter and his bevy of unusual friends. This film is explicit, and not for children. After the movie, stay on and dance the rest of the night away with your friends!

Tuesday, October 29, 2013 - 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Adult swing/Lindy Hop Intro

Have you ever wanted to learn the art of the Lindy Hop? With the essentials easy to pick up in just four short weeks, you will be dancing to any genre of music, and having a blast while doing so! Continue with Lindy Hop Beginning B the following month. Don't miss the best swing classes in the tri-county area! Taught by Chris & Wendy Shima, Lindy teachers for over 15 years!

Thursday, October 31, 2013 - 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the Sherbino Theater in Ridgway, Colorado: Thursday Afternoon "Independence" Club at the Sherbino Theater

Come “get randy” with former Independence Café master bartender Randy Gregory, every Thursday afternoon/evening for the foreseeable future at the historic Sherbino Theater!

masqueradeThursday, October 31, 2013 - 8:00 pm to 12:00 am at the Beaumont Hotel in Ouray, Colorado: Halloween Ball

Gallivant with the ghosts and ghouls of Ouray. Costume Contest! Fabulous Prizes & Giveaways! $5 cover. Costume Required 

 

Let the staff at the Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs help you to create the perfect Fall getaway this October! After a day of adventuring, nothing quite compares to a nice long soak in our natural mineral hot springs and a movie from our extensive complimentary library.

See you soon!

 

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Free Plein Air Event in Ridgway, Colorado!

  
  
  

Public Art Ridgway (PARC) and the Weaver Family Foundation are proud to present the first Annual Plein Aire Event in the San Juan Mountains!

dennisweaverpark1The Dennis Weaver Memorial Park is a visual candy store, the year round maintained walking and biking trail, which can be followed all of the way from the town of Ridgway to the Ridgway Reservoir provides an artists playground. Bald Eagles nest along the river, feasting on salmon, while elk and deer graze on the lush grasses along the river. Hiking trails line the hillsides, guiding adventurers to specatacular vistas and views. Otters and beaver can be spotted frolicking in the rushing river, along with the occasional raft or canoe when the water is high enough.

Founded in 2012, the group of Ridgway citizens dedicated to the recognition of local artists and the presentation of art in local surroundings, otherwise known as PARC began to organize a variety of events specifically dedicated to recognising local artists. This September, they have partnered perfectly with the Weaver Family Foundation to bring a new event to every art enthusiast in Southwestern Colorado. 

Known for their generosity and environmental awareness, the Weaver Family Foundation invites all artisits and art enthusiasts to enjoy a day of expression while capturing the spectacular scenery of the Uncompahgre River Corridor. 

dennisweaverparkeagle2Located roughly 1.5 miles north of Ridgway, The Dennis Weaver Memorial Park provides innumerable locations to capture the beauty of the Uncompahgre River Corridor. The central attraction of the park focuses a circling walkway around a magnificent sculpture of a bald eagle. Spanning over 60 acres, however, it should not be difficult to find the ideal view to capture on canvas.

The Plein Aire Event, originally concieved of by Rick Weaver, a member both of PARC and the Weaver Family Foundation, will be a free event. All artists of every level are invited to join their fellow talent at the Dennis Weaver Memorial Park for an event to remember. Around 3:30 pm, a panel of judges will choose a piece for display at the Ridgway Town Hall and a $500.00 prize. A free picnic will be served in the afternoon by the river.

plein air flyer (1)Plein Aire, the act of painting outdoors, has long been a popular form of art expression, and brings to mind images of berets and a little pallette filled with every color resting on one arm. Of course, equipment is as diverse as artists, and probably more suitable to both the terrain and the artist. 

It is always exciting to enjoy an event such as this even as an observer. I believe I am looking forward to this event as much as the artists are. I can't wait to enjoy the variety of colors and expressions, and am certainly looking forward to the first in a new collection of art at the Ridgway Town Hall; a little bit of history in making.

This is a free event- no entry fees for artists, or observers.

Artists may begin from dawn on Saturday, September 28, 2013, and work until approximately 3:30 pm, at which time all art may be submitted for judging with winner announced at 4:00 pm.

There will be a free picnic lunch at 12:00 pm in the main picnic area for all participants. 

Directions to the Park: approximately 1.5 miles north of Ridgway, turn west at RiverSage Drive. Follow the road down across the bridge, and park in the lot on the right. R.V. turn-around available. The entrance to the park is marked by a sign "Dennis Weaver Memorial Park," but you will see the Eagle as you cross the bridge.

See You There!

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3 Perfect Days in Ouray Colorado During the Summer

  
  
  

There is Always a New Adventure in Ouray, Colorado!

ouray coloradoOften, when planning their first visit to Ouray, people ask what there is to do in such a small mountain town. They wonder how they could fill more than one day with activities for the entire family. Once our guests arrive in Ouray though, the question changes to whether there is availability for an extra day.

With so many things to do, we at the Box Canyon Lodge & Hot Springs are eager to assist with any planning for a spectacular vacation. 

Day One:


million dollar highway.2Just getting to Ouray is an adventure, particularly if you approach from the South over Red Mountain Pass. Known as the Million Dollar Highway, the trip from Durango to Ouray traverses three mountain passes, each more breathtaking than the last. Although the map says you are only traveling 76 miles, this scenic drive takes about 2 1/2 hours or longer, depending on how often you decide to stop for pictures.

Gazing at the amazing scenery, it is almost a surprise when you round one more switchback and get your first view of Ouray. The town is set up like a miniature display, and stopping at the scenic overlook, it seems as if you could just reach down and touch the rooftops.

bcl tbsOnce you have checked in to your clean and comfortable room at the Box Canyon, it is time to soak away the road in one of our soothing mineral hot spring tubs. The water temperatures range from 104 to 107 degrees, and once settled into the small cedar tubs, the views are absolutely amazing.

Spend the rest of the afternoon wandering the many gift shops and galleries on Main Street, where you can find any number of original gift ideas, whether for the pet sitter, or yourself. With a large variety of excellent dining options in town, the most difficult decision is which restaurant to try first!

After dinner, head on back to the hotel, and choose a movie from our library of over 400 videos before hopping back into the mineral hot spring tubs for a relaxing evening soak.

Day Two:

ExoticEarthLogo Transparent White BorderGet up early, and enjoy a moring soak as you enjoy a cup of our fresh roasted coffee. The brisk morning air blends with the aroma of our Exotic Earth Coffee, and combined with the early morning quiet, nothing quite compares.

Get your layers on and come down to the lobby to enjoy a light snack while waiting for your next adventure. At around 8:30 am, your tour driver will arrive, and get you situated for a four hour journey deep into the high country. Or, you may prefer to drive yourself, in which case, this is the perfect time to decide on your route andbegin a day of exploring. Known as the Jeep Capital of the World, Ouray has access to ove 500 miles of four wheel drive roads, each taking adventurers on a journey into history.

jeep toursTake a picnic, and enjoy lunch at the summit of Imogene Pass, or above the twin waterfalls of Yankee Boy Basin. If you chose the tour, a picnic at the park by the city pool is a lovely way to spend the afternnon, playing frisbee or flying a kite. Of course, there are a variety of restaurants offering meals for take out and dining in.

In the afternoon, there is plenty of time for a mine tour. Just a short drive outside of town, the Bachelor Syracuse Mine Tour offers both a walking tour and a shorter exploration deep into the once fully operational Bachelor Syracuse Mine. Close your eyes and imagin the fortitude of the miners who once worked these dark caverns day in and day out.

Back to the hotel for a long soak and a leisurely dinner are an excellent way to finish the day.

Day Three:

hiking2After enjoying a morning soak, put on your hiking shoes, and prepare to experience Ouray on foot. A nice short hike, only minutes from our parking lot, is the Box Canyon Park. this is a state park, and animal preserve, so there is a nominal fee to enter, but truly a couple of dollars is well worth it. The shortest trail in the park meanders easily along the side of the Uncompahgre Gorge, depositing visitors at the base of the Box Canyon Waterfall. Words cannot describe, and pictures often leave something to be desired when trying to describe the awe inspired when standing where so many have before you. after the waterfall, take the stairs for a longer hike to the hanging bridge, 200 feet above the canyon, with views to die for.

baby bathtub trailhead portland junctionIf that's not enough, let the front desk staff help you to choose a hiking adventure suited to your personal expectations. From standing at the top of the closest fourteener, Mount Sneffels, to the awe inspiring works of Mother Nature at the Baby Bathtubs, there is something for every one.

In the afternoon, hop in the car and take a scenic drive along Highay 62 and Highway 145 to Telluride. A wonderful way to experience the area is to park in the paid parking garage at Mountain Village, outside of town and take the free gondola ride into town. Wander the streets and enjoy lunch at one of the fine dining establishments in our sister town just 17 miles away.....as the crow flies.

Once back in Ouray, take in a show at the Wright Opera House, or one of the many options for live music in Ouray. Don't miss out on another soak, and finish the evening off relaxing in your room with another video from the front desk.

There are so many options for fun filled days in Ouray, from scenic drives and four wheel drive adventures to shopping Main Street. Horseback riding in the San Juans is an adventure all its own, as your guide takes you on horseback deep into the high country, surrounded by the serenity of land virtually untouched by motorized vehicles.
Let the staff at the Box Canyon Lodge and Hot Springs begin planning the perfect escape for you. From jeep reservations to trail maps to dinner reservations, we are waiting to create an adventure suited to your exact needs!

See You Soon!

 

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