What a Summer!

With Labor Day behind us and the fall equinox coming up quickly on September 23rd, it’s probably time to admit that summer has come to a close. It was a great season in Glenwood Springs, CO and at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park! Here are a few of the highlights of the Park from summer 2015:

Local’s Choice Awards
The annual Post Independent Local’s Choice Awards were handed out in June, and Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park was thrilled to take home several awards. We’re so pleased to be recognized by the community, and hope that everyone has a chance to experience a mountain-top sunset: there’s nothing like it!

Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park tram sunset Local's Choice

Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park was voted "Best place to watch the sunset" by the Post Independent Local's Choice

Best local attraction
Best place for family fun
Best place to watch the sunset
Best live music venue
Best community event or festival
Best date spot

Iron Mountain Hot Springs opened
Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park owners Steve and Jeannie Beckley teamed up with locals Mogli and Coop Cooper to open Iron Mountain Hot Springs. Opened for business in August, the Hot Springs offers 16 mineral soaking pools, each with its own temperature and view, and a large freshwater family pool. Located right next to the Colorado River, it’s the perfect setting for relaxation and rejuvenation.

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Music on the Mountain concert-goers explore the park and enjoy rides before the show

The mountain was alive with the sound of music
The weekly Friday Afternoon Club ran for a successful second year, with local bands playing free shows to wind down the week. The Music on the Mountain series, now in it’s 7th year, continues to showcase popular bands around the valley and beyond….and it’s not over! Music on the Mountain runs until September 26th, so you still have a chance to catch some great concerts. Bring at least one can of food to donate to Lift-Up and you’ll get a free tram ride to the top.

We made it on TV!
Two hosts from the Travel Channel show “Thrill Factor” stopped by in August to film an episode. The show delves into the science behind our favorite adrenaline rushes. Kari Byron and Tory Belleci, the hosts of “Thrill Factor,” used the Glenwood Canyon Flyer to experiment with how sights and sounds add to the thrill of a ride.

We had fun–and we hope you did, too!
Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park’s mission is to provide fun for all ages. Whether it’s riding the adrenaline-pumping Cliffhanger Roller Coaster, cruising down the Alpine Coaster, learning about the amazing cave formations or simply enjoying the views on the tram ride or at the Lookout Grille, there’s something for everyone. We love helping families bond and having people take a break from their daily lives to come up and enjoy themselves. We hope to see you this fall and winter, and we look forward to continuing to provide entertainment all year long!

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Glenwood Canyon Flyer featured on Travel Channel this Wednesday

Tune into the Travel Channel this Wednesday, August 19, at 6pm to see the Glenwood Canyon Flyer in action!

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Tory Belleci, Kari Byron and the crew of Thrill Factor film an episode featuring the Glenwood Canyon Flyer

Kari Byron and Tory Belleci of the new Travel Channel show, Thrill Factor, visited Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park in late June. The duo were filming an episode entitled “Kari Has No Sense,” in which Kari’s senses are tested as she rides the Glenwood Canyon Flyer. She was vision and hearing deprived, experimenting with how sight and sounds add to the thrills of a ride.

The Glenwood Canyon Flyer swings riders over a 1,300-foot cliff. Riders take their seats and go higher and higher as the ride spins, until they are flying out over the Colorado  River far below! The ride has been designed to look like a giant tree and is located between the Giant Canyon Swing and the Cliffhanger Roller Coaster.

Travel Channel Thrill Factor cohosts, Glenwood Canyon Flyer

Thrill Factor co-hosts in front of the Glenwood Canyon Flyer

Along with testing out the Glenwood Canyon Flyer, Kari and Tory rode the Cliffhanger, signed autographs and took pictures with fans. They had a great time!

From travelchannel.com: “Sharing a passion for travel, adventure and science, the co-hosts dive into the engineering, physics and biomechanics that explain why these amazing rides excite adrenaline junkies across the country.”

Kari and Tory rose to prominence from Mythbusters, a popular Discovery Channel show that tests the plausibility of various myths through scientific methods, such as riding a motorcycle on water or seeing if yawning truly is contagious. Kari co-hosted the show, and Tory built sets and tested objects off-camera.

Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park is excited to be a part of Thrill Factor, and we can’t wait to see the show! We hope you’ll be watching it too!

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Music on the Mountain Returns for August and September

Wow, summer is flying by! It’s hard to believe it’s already August, and time for the second half of Music on the Mountain! We’re excited to get back into it, and hope you are too. Make the most of the remaining summer days in beautiful Glenwood Springs, CO by enjoying free live music from some of Colorado’s best bands!

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Popular local band Fifty50 will kick off the second half of Music on the Mountain on August 15

The remainder of the concert series will kick off on August 15 with Fifty50. These hometown favorites have been honored with many Local’s Choice Awards over the years. Their blend of classic, modern and original rock is kicked up a notch with unique vocal harmonies and instrumentals, and they are guaranteed to get you moving! Fifty50 is comprised of Dave Stoltzfus, Beth Getzen Stoltzfus, Dale Loper, Jerry Larsen and Tom Mercer. Dave and Beth were friends before the band got together, and during their time together in the band their friendship turned into love. The couple got married in a surprise ceremony at their house after a Strawberry Days concert in 2007–a perfect reflection of the group’s penchant for spontaneity and fun.

Next up on the lineup for August 22 is The Goodman Band, a hard-rocking trio playing classic rock, specializing in Stevie Ray Vaughn tunes. The group has been described as the fullest sounding three-piece band there is! The Goodman Band takes pride in being able to play pretty much every type of music, and doing it authentically.

Rounding out the rest of the series will be Vidicus Maximus, Derringer, The Milemarkers and finally The Missing Link Band, who traditionally close out Music on the Mountain with a bang. September 13 will feature a special Sunday show with two Christian music bands on the bill, Kings Loyal Band and The Orchard. The music starts a little earlier for this Sunday show, with the first band taking the stage at 4pm, and it promises to be a passionate and uplifting evening.

For the rest of the shows, music starts at 6pm. Can for a Tram starts at 4pm; bring at least one can of food to donate to Lift-Up for a free tram ride to the top! There will be drink specials offered, and rides and attractions are open. For more information, visit Music on the Mountain.

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Top Ten Reasons to be Excited about the Opening of Iron Mountain Hot Springs!

The Iron Mountain Hot Springs will officially open this Saturday, July 18! It’s been a long road and a lot of work, so to celebrate we thought we’d share a few reasons why we can’t wait to visit Glenwood Springs, Colorado’s newest attraction. We hope you’re excited about it too!

1. It’s perfect for the whole family. The Iron Mountain Hot Springs features a large, freshwater family pool heated to 90°! There’s also a smaller whirlpool spa elevated above the family pool, so parents can supervise their children while soaking in the hotter water (around 92°), with a waterfall connecting the two. Two family changing rooms make visits with kids even easier.

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A view of the Family Pool from the elevated whirlpool spa

2. It’s perfect for everyone else, too. At Iron Mountain Hot Springs, it’s all about a relaxing environment–there’s a quiet zone surrounding 16 smaller, naturally formed pools. Children ages 5 to 14 must be accompanied by an adult (and kids under 5 are not allowed).

3. Iron Mountain Hot Springs is accessible. The Hot Springs are meant to be a relaxing and healing experience for everyone–including those who may need it the most. The family pool entrance offers a ramp with a handrail. Two of the pools have transfer walls and grab bars for those who need them (the walls allow a person to leave a wheelchair or other mobility device and transfer onto the wall, then into the water). The family changing rooms are also accessible, and there is an aquatic wheelchair available onsite.

4. You don’t have to leave if you get hungry or thirsty! The on-site Sopris Cafe is next to the family pool and offers fresh and delicious options for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Beverages include coffee, soft drinks, beer, wine and mixed drinks. For a treat, grab a frozen yogurt, soft-serve ice cream or smoothie.

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Enjoy the views of the Colorado River while you soak!

5. You’ll never get bored! The 16 smaller pools range in temperature from 98° to 108°. Depending on the pool you’re in, you’ll get a variety of amazing views including the Colorado River, Iron Mountain, Red Mountain, the Flat Tops and Mt. Sopris.

6. You will leave relaxed and rejuvenated. There are 14 minerals found in the water, the most abundant being iron and sulfate, known for their relaxing qualities. The healing attributes of hot springs have been recognized and used by humans for thousands of years. Whether you’re feeling tired or frazzled, or have more serious issues like asthma or arthritis, Iron Mountain Hot Springs may benefit you greatly–no doctor’s appointment required!

7. The lodge-style bathhouse! The bathhouse is designed to make your visit even more enjoyable. The on-site locker rooms have showers, hair dryers, private-label toiletries and restrooms. The use of a locker is included with the price of admission (just ask for a key card at the front desk). The two family changing rooms have a restroom, shower, sink and changing table. There are larger lockers for families just around the corner.

8. If you forget something, we’ve got you covered! The on-site retail store has swimwear, pool accessories, sunscreen and other personal items you might realize you need. There’s also a lot of gifts and souvenirs, many of them made in Colorado.

9. You’ll have help staying hydrated. It’s important to drink lots of water when you’re soaking in any hot springs. At Iron Mountain Hot Springs, there’s free water and bottle-filling stations near the family changing rooms in the bathhouse.

10. It’s a great way to wind down from a busy day. Glenwood Springs has so much to offer–that’s why it was named the Most Fun Town in America by Rand McNally and USA Today in 2011. There’s nothing better than a relaxing soak after a day of hiking, rafting, biking, ziplining, skiing…or playing at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park all day! We hope to see you there!

For more information, visit IronMountain HotSprings.com.

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Planning a summer visit to Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park

Sunday, June 21st was the first official day of summer! In Glenwood Springs, CO and Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, summer is definitely in full swing. There’s more than ever to do at the park, and you can pack in a lot of fun in a day.

Some folks at the park recently produced a video with helpful tips for having the best possible experience, and it’s a must-watch when preparing for a summer day at the park. Below are a few of the tips and suggestions covered in the video:

1. During the height of summer, plan to stay at the park a little longer, and plan your activities accordingly. There’s a chance there will be lines for the most popular attractions (such as the Alpine Coaster and the Soaring Eagle Zip Ride). It’s best to arrive at the park in the morning and head straight to those attractions to beat the lines and the strongest sun. Know that there is a lot to do, and larger crowds, so you may end up staying at the park longer than you would other times of the year.

2. In the middle of the day, head to the caves! When the sun is at it’s strongest, the caves are always a cool 52 degrees (you will probably even want a light jacket or sweatshirt). Other options to beat the heat are the air-conditioned General Store gift shop and the Lookout Grille (which also has a giant fan right outside the door).

3. When you are in the sun, protect yourself! Wearing light-colored, cotton fabrics will keep you cool and protect your skin. Don’t forget the hats, sunglasses and sunscreen! Although if you do forget sunscreen, you can use ours for free: you’ll find it at the Tram Base, at the Guest Services Shack right outside the General Store gift shop and at the refreshment stand by the Cliffhanger Roller Coaster.

Lookout Grille lunch, Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park dining

Enjoy a cold beverage and refuel at the Lookout Grille!

4. Stay hydrated. Drink fluids throughout the day, and take frequent water breaks. You can buy a refillable souvenir cup at the Lookout Grille, and bring it back anytime – even during another visit – for a $1.00 refill. There’s also free ice water in the Lookout Grille and a water fountain at the Guest Services Shack.

5. Prepare for short thunderstorms. Especially during July and August, there are frequently thunderstorms in the afternoon. The weather does affect the availability of the attractions and the Iron Mountain Tramway because safety is our number-one concern at the park. However, the storms are often short-lived and are followed by beautiful weather. Heading in to play laser tag or see a movie in the 4D theater is a fun way to pass the time during a thunderstorm.

Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park Tram Base sign, buy online tickets

Once you've bought your tickets online, look for this sign at the Tram Base.

6. Plan ahead so everyone is happy! We know that kids in particular can have high expectations when preparing for a trip to an exciting place. Buy your tickets online ahead of time so you can get up to the park quicker. And be sure to check the height and age restrictions for the rides. Talk about what rides everyone is most excited for, and plan to do those early in the day. Discuss the possibility of afternoon thunderstorms so the whole family is prepared.

7. Have fun! There’s nothing like spending a day full of fun with family and friends at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. By following these tips (and watching the video), you can ensure that everyone will leave happy and fulfilled!

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FAC is back this Friday!

After a successful inaugural year, the Friday Afternoon Club returns this Friday, June 19, at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park!

With incredible views, food and drink specials and live music every week, FAC is the perfect place to unwind in Glenwood Springs, CO at the end of the week! Let your weekday worries float away 1,300 feet above it all.

Grab a newspaper, cut out the FAC ad and bring that with you to the tram base for a free tram ride to the top (you can also print one out here).

Friday Afternoon Club free tram

Starting at 4pm, take a free tram ride (with coupon) up to the Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park FAC this Friday!

To kick off the FAC free concerts, the park welcomes Chris Bank and Mark Johnson. Chris and Mark have known each other and played in various groups together for 25 years, and their musical chemistry is obvious onstage. Playing a mix of jazz, R&B, Motown and more, the duo is sure to get the summer FAC started in style.

Besides being prolific performers, they are both active in the Roaring Fork community. Chris Bank has taught band and choir in Roaring Fork Valley schools for the past 15 years and is the director of school programs for JAS Aspen. Mark Johnson is an instructor for the Jazz Aspen Snowmass In the Schools education program.

We hope you’ll join us for some high altitude Friday afternoon fun! Music goes from 5-8:30pm and, starting at 4pm, take a free tram ride to the top (with coupon). For more information, visit our events page.

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Millionth Alpine Coaster rider: “I will remember that day forever!”

Congratulations are in order to Tamara Ames of Vernal, Utah who became the one millionth Alpine Coaster rider on May 24th!

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Tamara Ames celebrates upon learning that she's the millionth person to ride the Alpine Coaster!

The millionth coaster ride was celebrated with a cake, champagne and festivities. Ames received two annual passes as well as T-shirts, coffee mugs and water bottles commemorating the occasion.

Tamara and her husband, Dustan Ames, were first-time visitors to Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. “We had no idea about the park until we went to Glenwood Springs,” Tamara Ames explained. “We had just seen the tram on the side of the mountain and wanted to go up it. We decided to wait until Sunday morning, and get there when they opened so we could have all day to play.”

ten years and one million rides

Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park celebrates ten years and one million rides on the Alpine Coaster

Learning she was the millionth rider was a pleasant surprise for Ames. “I was totally shocked! I couldn’t wait to call my kids to tell them.”

Ames plans to return to Glenwood Springs, CO and the park soon with the rest of her family. “I cannot wait to bring my kids and show them the swing!” Ames exclaimed. “They love scary rides. Plus I want to ride the Alpine Coaster again!”

Overall, the day was a great experience for the couple. Said Ames, “My husband and I had a blast! I’ve haven’t had that much fun in a really long time. Having four teens at home, we really don’t get much time to spend together.

Tamara Ames and Dustin Ames celebrate Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park millionth Alpine Coaster ride

Millionth Alpine Coaster rider Tamara Ames and her husband, Dustan, toasted with champagne to celebrate!

“It was kind of a cold and a rainy day but that didn’t ruin any of our fun! The people there are so nice and friendly. We had workers stop us and just visit with us and ask us where we were from. I loved it there and I loved the beautiful views of Glenwood.”

For Ames, it was fun to be something of a celebrity at the park for a day: “It was awesome, the people waiting in line for the rides would say to me ‘hey, you were the millionth rider!’ I even had a cute little boy ask me how the cake was. I told him that I couldn’t remember what it tasted like because I was too excited! I will remember that day forever!”

Come try out the Alpine Coaster for yourself! Purchase a Funday Pass and you can enjoy unlimited rides on the Alpine Coaster and other rides for one low price. For more information on ticket prices and park hours, call 970-945-4228 or visit hours and tickets.

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With a little help from our friends: Music on the Mountain kicks off with Doctor Robert

There’s a lot to look forward to in Glenwood Springs, CO at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park this spring and summer! Music on the Mountain is about to kick off, the Friday Afternoon Club will soon be returning, there’s an upcoming celebration of the one millionth Alpine Coaster ride, and the park is in full swing (literally…the Giant Canyon Swing is now open!) With the Summer Funday Pass now available, you can enjoy all the park has to offer for one low price.

Summer is the time for enjoying outdoor concerts, and there’s no better location for live music than Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park! With unbeatable views, a great lineup and free shows, the Music on the Mountain series is a guaranteed good time for all ages. This Friday, May 22nd we’ll kick off the series with Doctor Robert, a popular Beatles tribute band. For the third year in a row, this fun-loving group has gotten Music on the Mountain started in style, bringing a modern take to an incredibly deep catalogue of the Fab Four’s songs—they currently have a live rotation of 110 songs!

Doctor Robert, Beatles tribute band

Beatles tribute band Doctor Robert will kick off the 7th season of Music on the Mountain on Friday, May 22

Doctor Robert is comprised of Casey Falter (guitar, vocals, piano), Ben Wright (drums, piano), Karen Janssen (vocals, percussion, guitar, mandolin, piano) and Kevin Reinert (bass, vocals, piano). The idea for the band came to Kevin Reinert in 2008 when he was attending a wedding that had a Beatles cover band. He witnessed how much fun everyone was having and how the entire crowd, young and old, was loving the music and knew all the songs. From then on, it was just a matter of gathering the right musicians for the Crested Butte-based band, and the foursome has been going strong ever since. The popular band plays frequently in the Roaring Fork Valley, including Glenwood Springs.

“They bring so much energy to their shows,” says Bob Stepniewski, Food & Beverage Manager at Glenwood Caverns, who also books the bands for Music on the Mountain. “They are perfect for the kick-off because they get the crowd going, and they make us all excited for the season to come!”

“We like this event to be ‘local bands’ for the local food bank,” says Stepniewski. “Doctor Robert has roots in the valley and play in the neighborhood from time to time, so they have a great following locally.”

Head on up this Friday to help us celebrate the start to the concert season with Doctor Robert! Bring at least one can of food for a FREE tram ride to the top. Can for a Tram starts at 4pm and the music starts at 6pm. There will be drink specials, great food, and a park full of fun and activities for the whole family. For more information, visit Music on the Mountain. See you soon!

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Garden Growing in the Rockies

Spring is in the air! True, it hasn’t felt that way for the past several days….but before we know it, these April (snow) showers will turn to May flowers…and fruits and vegetables!

Anyone who has tried their hand at gardening here in Glenwood Springs, CO knows that high country growing requires an extra-green thumb. At Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, we’re all about the spirit of adventure, and growing a healthy and fruitful garden can be an interesting experience when faced with our famously unpredictable weather and short growing season. Here are a few tips for making the most out of the climate and getting the best out of your garden.

1. Know what to plant, when to plant. If you would like to plant tender vegetables like green beans, summer squash, peppers or cucumbers, make sure to wait until after the last frost, usually around Mother’s Day. If you’re anxious to begin planting sooner, safer bets include beets, carrots, lettuce, peas and radishes.

Photo credit: Katie Fiedler Anderson

2. Let us enjoy lettuce. Lettuce is part of Colorado’s history; Glenwood’s upvalley neighbors, Avon and Beaver Creek, CO, were founded as lettuce crop towns before developing into a ski resort. Lettuce is especially fun to plant because it grows very quickly and will be ready to pluck and put in your salad before you know it. Just know that if it bolts and becomes bitter you’ll need to replant the lettuce seeds and wait for the next crop.

3. You say tomayto, I say tomahto….let’s call the whole thing a challenge. When deciding to grow tomatoes, weigh the pros and cons. Pros: homegrown tomatoes are the best thing in the world. You can eat them like candy, and you’ll never be able to look at a store-bought tomato the same way again. Cons: They require a lot of babysitting. Unless you have a greenhouse or have built a sturdy coldframe over your garden, you may find tomatoes difficult to keep up in short summer months because they are very cold-sensitive and require an average of 60 to 80 days to produce ripe fruit.

A garden gnome may befriend your tomatoes, but certain herbs and flowers might be more helpful in attracting pollinators and deterring pests. Photo credit: Katie Fiedler Anderson

4. More, peas! Green peas are a pleasure to have in your garden. You can easily construct a lattice-type structure out of wood or wire and they will happily grow upwards and outwards until you have an abundance of delicious pods to shell or eat whole. They are relatively easy to grow, look pretty and taste great. What more could you ask for?

5. Give your vegetables some friends. Flowers such as marigolds and nasturtiums can aid in deterring pests, and other flowers and herbs (such as yarrow, bee balm, and basil) will attract beneficial, pollinating insects. By practicing “companion planting,” you’ll make your vegetables happy and also be happier yourself when you look at the beautiful flowers. Do some research to find out which flowers and herbs would be the best match for your particular crop.

6. Have fun! Gardening is all about learning, experimenting, and being outside in the spring and summer. Did you plant purple cauliflower for some reason last year and nothing happened? Did you excitedly plant pumpkins, planning on carving them in the fall, but all you got was one shriveled gourd? Oh well–try something else this year. Don’t stress too much about what does or doesn’t work; yes, you put a lot of time and effort into your garden, but you learn something each year.

Photo credit: Katie Fielder Anderson

Gardening might not give you the same adrenaline rush as swinging above the canyon on a Giant Swing or cruising down the hill on the Alpine Coaster, but the pleasure and joy of eating food that you personally grew is unmatched. It really is an adventure—so get growing!

Sources: http://www.gardenguides.com http://www.vegetablegardener.com http://www.coloradogardening.com http://www.avon.org

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Spring has Sprung!

It’s official! With Friday, March 20th marking the first day of spring, it’s time to trade in the long underwear for T-shirts and the beanies for ballcaps. After some snowy weather in February, Glenwood Springs, CO has been experiencing an unseasonably dry and warm March, so locals and visitors alike can take in all that Glenwood has to offer while also working on their summer tan.

This week, Glenwood schools (and many around the country) are out for spring break and Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park is the place to be for spring break fun! There’s lots to do at the park, so here’s a guide for getting the best out of a breezy, sunny, perfect spring day on top of the world at Glenwood Caverns!

Start your day by taking the scenic tram up to the top and enjoying the panoramic views. Look to the southeast for a fabulous view of snowcapped Mt. Sopris! Relax, enjoy the scenery, and get ready for the adventures ahead.

Once at the top, get your energy out by taking a few thrill rides! Head to the Alpine Coaster to race down 3,400 feet around curves and through the wilderness, all at your own speed. Didn’t get enough? Not to worry! If you bought a Funday Pass, you can take unlimited turns on this addictive coaster.

While you’re in the mood for speed, take a turn on the Soaring Eagle Zip Ride! You (and a friend) can soar 625 feet down the mountain on this new and improved zip ride, also for unlimited turns with the Funday Pass.

Now that you’ve had an adrenaline fix, cruise over to the caves for a walking cave tour. You can pick between the Historic Fairy Caves Tour or the King’s Row Tour, both of which offer a ton of features such as cave bacon, stalagmites and stalactites led by knowledgeable, friendly guides (who will be more than happy to show you exactly what cave bacon is).

When the tour is over, chances are you’ve worked up an appetite! It’s the perfect time to head over to the Lookout Grille and, in the warm spring weather, sit out on the deck and soak up the sunshine and great views. The Lookout Grille menu has something for the whole family, so you can enjoy a burger, wrap, salad or sandwich (accompanied by a cold beer or glass of wine if you’d like) while the kids happily munch on chicken tenders or mac and cheese. Relax, refresh and recharge for the afternoon ahead!

Now that you’re fuelled up, it’s time to battle each other in a game of laser tag! In an Old West setting (and the latest in wireless laser technology), settle once and for all who is the quickest draw and the lightest on their feet…but really, everyone wins when it’s this much fun!

After an epic laser tag battle, cool down in the 4D Motion Theater and take in one of the four movies playing currently. You’ve heard of 3D…but 4D takes it to a whole new level. You’ll feel like you are in the movie!

The day is winding down, but there’s still plenty of time to take a few more laps on the alpine coaster and zip ride. The late afternoon sun will feel great on your face as you fly through the sky on the zipline. Ok, it’s time to go…one more time on the alpine coaster! Alright, now it’s really time to leave…

Take the tram back down and talk about your favorite parts of the day. Arrive back at the base, tired but happy, and head to the car knowing that you got the most out of your spring day at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park! See our Hours and Tickets page for pricing and more information.

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