H. Brent Bruser conceived the Wet Mountain Western Pilgrimage as a way to build and celebrate our amazing community.
All Aboard Westcliffe showcases the rich heritage of the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad and its impact on the Wet Mountain Valley.
Bear Basin Ranch encompasses 3,500 protected acres featuring 1880s-era ranch facilities. Its history includes Ute Indians and miners, as well as ranchers.
Beckwith Ranch, now restored to its 1903 glory, was home to the colorful Beckwith family and one of southern Colorado's largest ranching operations.
The Historic Jones Theater is a renovated theater that serves as the hub of the Wet Mountain Valley's live performance community, as well as recently released films.
Music Meadows Ranch is a 4,000-acre working cattle ranch at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. It was originally homesteaded in the late 1800s by the Beck family, among the valley's German colonists.
Silver Cliff Museum, housed in the original Silver Cliff Town Hall and firehouse, takes visitors back to a time when everyday life revolved around the mining industry.