In Idaho Springs, there are multiple attractions in the area that will complement your ziplining trip perfectly. A great after zipping activity would be a visit to the world famous Indian Hot Springs. This is the perfect way to bathe sore muscles in soothing mineral waters. The Indian Hot springs feature multiple hot spring baths in a variety of settings. The Geo-thermal cave baths feature a one of a kind hot springs facility built right into the solid rock face. These caves feature large sunken, walk in hot tubs filled with soothing hot mineral water at temperatures from 104-112 degrees. The hot springs also feature private indoor and outdoor mineral Jacuzzi baths and a full size mineral water swimming pool. If you’re looking for a more historic experience, check out the Argo Gold Mine and Museum. This mine is a perfect example of a preserved Colorado gold rush mine. Visitors can tour the gold mine and museum and get a real taste of the old western gold rush.
Check out the city of Idaho Springs’ website here.
At our Buena Vista, Colorado outpost, there are a lot of fun things to do in the immediate area. An excellent complement to your zip lining experience would be a scenic trail ride with the Mt. Princeton Hot Springs riding stables. Take a scenic horseback ride through miles of beautiful trails around Buena Vista and experience a real western horseback ride with trips ranging from one hour to day long pack trips. The trail rides offer beautiful views of mountains, rivers, lakes, and waterfalls and are some of the most scenic trail rides anywhere in Colorado. There is also excellent fly fishing tours in this area. The Arkansas Headwaters Colorado Fly Fishing guides will take you on the fishing trip of a lifetime. For beginners, you will learn the basics before setting out to fish the waters of Crystal Lake, Hayden Reservoir, or the Inlet at Turquoise Lake. Trips are available for all skill levels and offer tours of 2 hours up to full day excursions.
Check out the city of Buena Vista’s website here.