SOUTH PARK NATIONAL HERITAGE AREA
ELEVATION 8,653 – 9,953′

South Park National Heritage Area is not to be missed! South Park’s diverse terrain is also a major part of the area’s significance. Situated in a vast river valley surrounded by 14,000-foot peaks, the area possesses an abundance of natural resources, including mineral deposits, ancient Bristlecone pines, unique geological formations and more than 100 rare or endangered plant and animal species.

Colorado’s mining and ranching heritage lives on in Park County’s South Park, an area known for its wealth of lovingly preserved historic structures and exquisite landscapes.

The Southern Colorado Motorcycle Tour features riding through the towns of Guffey and Hartsel which are part of the South Park National Heritage Area.

Learn more about The South Park National Heritage Area.

 

Photo Credits:
Guffey
Hartsel
State Highway 9 Between Guffey & Hartsel