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Everyone has to come from somewhere and residents of Teller County come from everywhere around the world. Drawn by a love of nature & the outdoors, clean, crisp fresh air, and pristine mountain scenery it's not surprising that more and more people are finding Teller County, Colorado the perfect place to call home! Teller County is made up of young families, retirees, singles, medical & legal professionals, corporate CEOs, artists, musicians, carpenters, active military, and even gold prospectors. Such a diverse population means you never know who you'll meet along your favorite hiking, biking, or horseback riding trail. Something Wild always awaits you in Teller County, Colorado! You'll see abundant Colorado wildlife like elk, mule deer, and even eagles. Try a wild adventure like rock climbing, hiking, mountain biking, camping, fishing, horseback riding, geocaching and more. Spend a wild night under the stars beside a roaring fire or take your chances for a really wild night at one of Cripple Creek's casinos. Directions to the property: GIS maps showing the location of the property (see below under Picture Gallery) (L17-24 Block 4 Montrose Add, Cripple Creek CO). Assuming you will be traveling from I-25 in Colorado Springs, Co; take Hwy 24 West (traveling through Woodland Park to Divide) where you will take Hwy 67 South to Cripple Creek (approx 18 miles from Divide, Colo). Once you reach the town of Cripple Creek, Hwy 67 becomes Bennett Avenue which is the main street through town. There are 2 ways you can reach the property; 1) take Hwy 67 (Bennett Avenue) west through town to 'B' street. At the stop sign you will turn right (north) onto 'B' street. Drive pass the schools to Galena. Turn right (east) onto Galena. Take the second left onto McKinney. The map indicates McKinney is a gravel road and this should take you to the property. Or; 2) As soon as you come into Cripple Creek, take the first right hand turn onto Carbonate Street (across the street from the blue hotel and before the Wildwood Casino) and take the first left (west) onto Galena, go to McKinney and turn right.
Discover its rich history and breathtaking scenery. Cripple Creek played an integral role in the rich heritage of Colorado. A visit to the World’s Greatest Gold Camp is a look into the past and an adventure in the present. The area’s rich and colorful history comes alive at museums and tours. The surrounding Pike National Forest offers outdoor enthusiasts many opportunities to get off the beaten path and enjoy the region’s natural wonders. Cripple Creek’s Casino provides today’s fortune seekers with the state-of-the art slot machines and a chance to try their skills at blackjack or poker. Shopping, dining and restful night in the crisp mountain air will top off any life here at Cripple Creek.
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