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Florence, Colorado
Florence, Colorado, a City located in Fremont County, Colorado, ADX, the only Supermax Prison in the United States is located here in Florence, Colorado. This is where Byway The Gold Belt Tour scenic and historic Byway starts. This Byway follows historic railroad and stagecoach routes leading to North America's greatest gold camp, three world-class fossil sites, and numerous historic sites.
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Shoop Drive
Shoop Drive, Road to An Airport located along State Highway #67 north of Florence, Colorado
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Intersection
Intersection USA Highway #50,
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Upper Beaver Creek Road
Upper Beaver Creek Road,
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19.9
Phantom Canyon Road
Phantom Canyon Road, This Road on the way to Victor, Colorado, cuts through a winding Canyon on a gravel, narrow road with sharp bends and curves. Due to these hairpin curves, Restriction on vehicles above 25 ft. long to travel on this Road are in force.
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39.2
Viewpoint/ Rest Area
A Viewpoint / A Rest Area, for the travellers on the Phantom Canyon Road,
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Skagway Road
Skagway Road, This Road winds on the rugged mountains, a small lake is located east off State Highway #67,
32.6
52.4
Goldfield, Colorado
Portland Avenue, Lazy S Ranch Road, Beaver Valley Road, Community of Goldfield, Colorado,
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Victor, Colorado
Victor, Colorado, a City in Teller County, Colorado, Gold Mining is the main industry here, Many old mines are closed and modern mines are still operative. Attractions in and around the city are; Gold Coin Mine, Lowell Thomas Museum, Victor Hotel, Victor Downtown Historic District. Stratton's Independence Mine and Mill, a historic mining site located near Victor, Colorado on the south slope of Battle Mountain. The Midland Terminal Railroad Depot located in Victor, Colorado, is a registered historic place.
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Elkton, Colorado
Community of Elkton, Colorado, Community of Beacon Hill, Colorado,
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57.7
Beacon Hill, Colorado
El Paso Road, Beacon Hill, Colorado, a community located on the State Highway #67, in the Victor -to- Cripple Creek segment of the Gold Belt Tour Scenic and Historic Byway
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62.1
Junction
Junction State Route #67 at Cripple Creek, Colorado
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Cripple Creek, Colorado
City of Cripple Creek, Colorado, a City in Teller County, Colorado, Cripple Creek is a former gold mining camp. The Cripple Creek Historic District, a historic district comprising a part or all of Cripple Creek, Colorado. At this location, The Byway extends north westerly to Florissant, Colorado and another route branches out southerly to Canon City, Colorado
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Mt. Pisgah Road
Mount Pisgah Road, A Radio broadcasting facility is located here
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69.3
Anges Drive
Anges Drive, Yorktown Road,
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Ranch Resorts Drive
Ranch Resorts Drive, Apache Trail,
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93.1
Teller County Road 88
Teller County Road 88, connects with State Route #67, a part of the Byway, near Beacon Hill, Colorado.
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Shelf Road
Shelf Road, running through the winding canyons,
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Connecting Road
A Connecting Road, with State Route #345A,
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Park Center, Colorado
Melvina Street, Community of Park Center, Colorado
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132.7
Canon City, Colorado
Junction Reynolds Avenue with USA Highway #50, Canon City, Colorado, The City of Ca?on City, Colorado, a Home Rule Municipality in Fremont County, Colorado, Canon City, Colorado, is home to 9 state and 4 federal prisons. This city is a popular tourist destination for Whitewater rafting and rock climbing. A Part of the Gold Belt Tour Scenic and Historic Byway runs from this city northerly to Cripple Creek, Colorado. Another Segment of the Gold Belt Tour Scenic and Historic Byway runs from Canon City, Colorado to Florissant, Colorado.
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Brookside, Colorado
Brookside, Colorado, a City located in Fremont County, Colorado, Traveling on State Route #115 southeasterly to Florence, Colorado takes the traveler to end of the Gold Belt Tour Scenic and Historic Byway at Florence, Colorado and also the starting point of the Byway from Florence to Victor, as This byway forms a double loop.
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Williamsburg, Colorado
Churchill Avenue, Town of Williamsburg, Colorado, is a Town located in Fremont County, Colorado,
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144.7
Florence, Colorado
City of Florence, Colorado, a City located in Fremont County, Colorado, is where Gold Belt Tour Scenic and Historic Byway ends and, begins first leg of its journey to Victor, Colorado, as well.
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Brookside, Colorado
State Highway #115, Brookside, Colorado, a Town in Fremont County, Colorado,
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155.0
Lincoln Park, Colorado
Lincoln Park, Colorado, a community in Fremont County, Colorado,
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Prospect Heights, Colorado
Community of Prospect Heights, Colorado,
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Canon City Downtown Historic District
Junction with USA Highway #50, at Canon City Downtown Historic District, a historic district listed in the National Register of Historic Places in Canon City, Colorado.
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Parkdale, Colorado
Skyline Drive, Community of Parkdale, Colorado,
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172.0
Buckskin Joe, Colorado
Fremont, Community of Buckskin Joe, Colorado, Temple Canyon Road, The Royal Gorge Bridge is a tourist attraction located south of Buckskin, Colorado, near Canon City, Colorado. The bridge crosses the Arkansas River and is billed as the world's highest suspension bridge. The Royal Gorge Route Railroad passes under the bridge at the bsae of the Royal Gorge.
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Junction
Junction State Highway #9, Byway detours from USA Highway #50 and continues its journey on State Highway #9 towards Florissant, Colorado.
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Hole in the Wall Road
Hole in the Wall Road,
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Junction
At this location, Byway takes a detour from State Highway #9, on to High Park Road,
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Cap Rock Road
Cap Rock Road, Buckhorn Lane,
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Sioux Road
Sioux Road, Apache Road,
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High Chateau Road
High Chateau Road, Spring Valley Drive,
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Junction
Junction High Park Road/Road S, with County Road 1/Cripple Creek-Florissant Road,
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North Deer Mountain Road
Deer Mountain Road, Old Ranch Road, Scout Camp Trail,
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Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument,
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Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, a national monument noted for its fossils in Teller County, Colorado, It is located in a mountain valley just west of Pikes Peak and holds spectacular remnants of prehistoric life. The fossils are contained in the Florissant Formation of Eocene age.
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Hornbek House
The Hornbek House is also called the Adaline Hornbek Homestead, in Florissant, Colorado. The log house is on the National Register of Historic Places as an excellent example of log construction during the homestead-era.
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Upper Twin Rocks Road
Upper Twin Rocks Road, This Road connects with USA Highway #24, Divide, Colorado, a town in Teller County, Colorado located near the Ute Pass, a mountain pass west of Colorado
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Florissant, Colorado
Junction of County Road 1 with USA Highway #24, Florissant, Colorado, a town in Teller County, Colorado, Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument is located immediately south of Florissant. Florissant, Colorado is the northern terminus of the Gold Belt Tour Scenic and Historic Byway.