Newly available is Custer County Past & Present: A Historical Digest for Exploring the Wet Mountain Valley, a guidebook detailing the county’s fascinating history in timelines, images, stories, and more.
It can be picked up in town for FREE at the Welcome Center at 107 N 3rd St. Copies are also available at the Westcliffe and Silver Cliff Town Halls, the West Custer County Library and the Wet Mountain Tribune.
The Westcliffe Farmers Market celebrates its 16th anniversary in a new location for 2023. It will be set up in the spacious parking lot located at 59000 Hwy 69/N 3rd St. That is right around the corner from Main St and the Stage Stop corner and around the corner from Jess Price Park. Held every Friday from 9am to 1pm through September 29th. Come...Find out more »
This Blend of Art Show, opening up Labor Day weekend, weaves together a unique display of art in all mediums. Visitors are invited to vote for People’s Choice awards at the opening reception on September 2nd and check out the upper floor of the gallery, featuring artwork from our Gallery Volunteers. The Blend of Art exhibit joins the local Annual Fiber Art Show, Quilt Show, and...Find out more »
The 2023 running of the Sangre de Cristo Ultras, the 6th Annual September 20-24, 2023 at Music Meadows/Greenhorn Ranch For distances, start times, etc. website has all info: https://humanpotentialrunning.com/sangre-de-cristo/ and the 200-mile has its own page: https://humanpotentialrunning.com/sangre-de-cristo-200/ John P. Lacroix Owner & Race Director | Human Potential LLC | Arvada, CO @HPRunningSeriesFind out more »
Beckwith Ranch will be open for family fun, tours of the Mansion and other new exhibits, local vendors will be selling their wares, market vendors featuring produce, and great food. Kids can participate in games played in the 1890’s and families can enjoy great music featuring local bands.Find out more »
Travel Responsibly in the Wet Mountain Valley
The Wet Mountain Valley is a beautiful place, and we’d love for it to stay that way for generations to come. Whether you’re strolling downtown, hiking trails, or watching the stars, please help by traveling responsibly.