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Association leads tour of historic stage stops

HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS – This summer, the Grand County Historical Association will host two educational treks.

The first trek will explore east Grand County stage stops at 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 31. The group will meet at Cozens Ranch Museum in Fraser. A light breakfast, lunch, and beverages, plus transportation for the trek are included in the ticket cost. Participants should dress for unpredictable Colorado weather and bring their own water bottles. This tour requires minimal physical activity and is mostly sightseeing with some walking.

The second historic tour explores west Grand County stage stops from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 14. The group will meet at 9 a.m. and conclude around 1 p.m. at Heritage Park Museum in Kremmling. A light breakfast, lunch, and beverages, plus transportation for the trek are included in the ticket cost. Participants should dress for unpredictable Colorado weather and bring their own water bottles. This trip requires minimal physical activity and is mostly sightseeing with some walking.



Treks are an exploratory journey into the past – a look at what life was like back in the days of Grand County pioneers. Participants are invited to take a walk, a drive or a hike into the past. Transportation is provided for the guided tours, which are sponsored by the Grand County Historical Association and guided by Tim Nicklas with guest appearances by the Grand County Characters.

Participants may park and leave their cars at the starting point where participants will be returned at the end of the tour.


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