Cripple Creek

Cripple Creek

Cripple Creek Colorado Springs is separated by 58 km of beautiful landscapes. Founded in 1891, this mining town became one of the most prosperous West and gave no less than 600 tonnes of gold during the years of its operation. Today once again become village, Cripple Creek counted up to 50 000 inhabitants at the beginning of the 20th century. The veins now exhausted, the miners back on modern casinos, probably become a bit invasive …

To visit: the gold mine Mollie Kathleen at 304 meters underground, was one of the most active. She remained exploited until the 1960s.
Mining towns of Cripple Creek and Victor offer visitors a unique experience: reliving the time the largest gold deposit in the world. Located on the southwest side of Mount Pikes Peak, this historic produced over 21 million ounces of gold since its inception April 5, 1891.

The Golden Loop Historic Parkway can visit the places of extraction of the precious metal. The road to gold deposit, linking Colorado Springs to Cripple Creek, is nowadays an unpaved road with panoramic view, used for jeep tours.

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