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Doc Holliday's Grave Trailhead

13 locals recommend

Tips from locals

Lori And Dave
Lori And Dave
May 10, 2018
Enjoy a small hike to see the resting place of Doc Holiday.
Bret
Bret
June 4, 2018
its where the good ol Doc Holiday was put to rest, also fun around Halloween when they dress up and make it a haunted trail
Reni
Reni
May 20, 2016
The short hike to Doc Holliday's "possible" grave is a bit of work for the first block, but by the time you catch your breath you've reached the top! This is a great little hike in the late afternoon or morning to get some activity added to your trip and the bonus is a great view of town! …
Matthew
Matthew
June 6, 2019
Quick hike to Doc's Grave
Scott
Scott
April 19, 2017
Short hike up to Doc Hollidays grave. Not recommended for elderly.
Chad & Tara
Chad & Tara
July 3, 2019
Go visit Doc Holiday's grave...and you can hike, bike or just take in all the sights.
Amy
Amy
September 25, 2018
We've all seen the movie Tombstone. Well Doc Holliday was buried here in Glenwood Springs, and there is a short hike right from town that takes you up to his grave.

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“Hotel Colorado has tried to preserve its history. Travel back in time and get a tour of the old hotel. See the rooms where former President Theodore Roosevelt and mafia icon Al Capone stayed. ”
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Location
101 8th St
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Phone(970) 384-6400