Pueblo, Colorado
Pueblo, Colorado
PUEBLO is located in Southern Colorado along the southern edge of the state's major growth corridor. Historically a transportation junction, the city lies 110 miles south of Denver at the crossroads of two major highways - Interstate 25 and U.S. Highway 50.
 
Trinidad, Colorado
Kit Carson
The community of Trinidad is now just over 9,000 folks. Trinidad is located on the Mountain Branch of the Santa Fe trail. The Trinidad area is lavish in history. From Kit Carson, Wyatt Earp, Bat Masterson and Billy the Kid to old coal mining towns, historic ranches, gracious Victorian homes and brick streets all bring back an age past.
 
Walsenburg, Colorado
Statue of Miner
Walsenburg began as “The Plaza de Los Leones” around 1860, built along an ancient Indian trail. In 1870 Fred Walsen moved there and began making plans for the town’s development. By 1873 the town had been plotted and had replaced the town of Badito as the County Seat. After the discovery of massive coal deposits and the development of over 50 mines employing thousands of men, Walsenburg became a prosperous mining center. Huerfano County produced nearly two and one half million tons of coal per year.