New Rides and more coming to
Glenwood Caverns in 2014

Glenwood Canyon Flyer


Swing up, up, up and around as you soar out over the edge of Glenwood Canyon, 1400 feet above the Colorado River.

You'll feel like you're flying!

Soaring Eagle Zip Ride
open (different location from 2013)

Be pulled 600 feet up the mountain, then released for a scenic zip ride back down And no more stairs to climb!

When you start the ride you are 128 feet up in the air.
It'll take your breath away!







Winter on the Mountain

Starting November 1, we're kicking off a Winter Wonderland full of good cheer and fun! There'll be a sparkling display of 500,000 lights (that’s 35 miles of lights) along with rides, a warming hut offering hot beverages, fire pits, a new winter 4D theater movie and winter thrill rides.

For the first time the Alpine Coaster and the Soaring Eagle Zip Ride will be lighted and open for rides after dark, and we’ll have special colorful holiday lighting in the King's Row section of the caves.

Visitors to Glenwood Caverns will find themselves surrounded by winter festivities and family-friendly activities. A giant Christmas tree with a light show choreographed to music takes center stage in the plaza, and guests can enjoy holiday visits from Santa Claus and carolers.

Sure to brighten the winter season!

Cowboy Camp

Alongside the Nature Trail, which leads to the Cliffhanger Roller Coaster and the Glenwood Canyon Flyer, the new Cowboy Camp will be the providing additional entertainment in the form of live Western music.

The Cowboy Camp is open on weekends 12 - 4pm, through Labor Day weekend.

Doc Holliday and Kid Curry

Doc Holliday and Kid Curry lookalikes will be back this year to stir up some trouble and pose for a few photos in the plaza.

The real Doc Holliday, a dentist turned gunman and gambler, came to Glenwood Springs after the famous shootout at the OK Corral. He hoped that soaking in the hot springs would cure his advanced tuberculosis.

Doc Holliday and Kid Curry are performing on weekends 12 - 4pm, through Labor Day weekend.

Blacksmith Shop

You will also be able to watch a blacksmith make sparks and some souvenirs in his coal-fired forge and anvil shop.

The Blacksmith Shop is open Thursday through Sunday 10am - 5pm, through Labor Day weekend.