Less than 50 miles from Colorado Springs lies a town called Cripple Creek, one of the most unique places to visit in the Centennial State. Once a prosperous gold mining camp of over 10,000 people, Cripple Creek is now home to around 1,000 permanent residents. And today, most of the town’s economy is made up of a thriving casino industry, many of which occupy historic buildings.
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What We Believe
We are driven by our deep respect for our environment, and our passionate commitment to sustainable tourism and conservation. We believe in the right for everyone - from all backgrounds and cultures - to enjoy our natural world, and we believe that we must all do so responsibly. Learn More