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Trinidad lies where the mountainous lake country of the Scenic Highway of Legends meets the grasslands and spectacular red rock canyons to the east.
Once a bustling trading center on the old Santa Fe Trail, Trinidad now welcomes visitors to both historic and modern amenities. The town is known for its grand architecture and scenic surroundings.
Trinidad is halfway between Denver and Santa Fe on I-25.
Stop by the Trinidad Welcome Center,
309 Nevada, for brochures and maps.
Free trolley tours of the town begin every hour from this location.
Trinidad's Municipal Golf Course,
says Avid Golfer, is one of the
"ten hidden gems in the country."
The course is in a wooded setting
overlooking the town.
Photo by Stillman Photographics
Trinidad's outstanding museums
encapsulate a rich legacy from
prehistoric times through the town's
days as a bustling trading center
on the Santa Fe Trail.
Trinidad's riverwalk is part of an expanding system of trails. It runs by parks and special spots for trout fishing, picknicking, and cloud watching.
Trinidad Lake State Park, with an
800-acre lake and exceptional
educational and entertainment
programs for the whole family,
is only 5 minutes from Trinidad.
Downtown's Miner's Memorial honors those who labored in the coal mines.
Find live music & dancing on Saturdays
at Trinidad's historic train depot,
now the Purgatoire on Elm restaurant.
Trinidad is known for its historic architecture.
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True West magazine's
#3 Top Ten
Town in 2008.