Discover Leadville

Nestled in the Rocky Mountains, Leadville offers visitors a retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

With views of 13,000 and 14,000 foot mountains dominating the western horizon and Mosquito Range to the east, the city is surrounded by more than a million acres of national forest and public lands. Residents of Leadville have a love for the outdoors year round creating an abundance of activities for any time of year.

Having been home to two gold rushes, Leadville is one of the last preserved mining towns in Colorado, making it feel as though you’ve stepped back into the 1880s. Leadville has more historical sites per capita than nearly any other city in Colorado. The scenery and history are extraordinary in Leadville, and so are the people. The residents of Leadville are always willing and excited to share their love for their city with visitors.