Leadville is a picturesque old mining town at the foot of Colorado’s highest mountains. It has all the amenities. Feeders around town can attract birds including Pine Grosbeak and Rosy-Finches in winter. Along the highway south of town, look for raptors, including Rough-legged Hawk in winter, as well as elk and deer.
Attractions: Top of the Rockies Scenic Byway, Camp Hale
Directions: Leadville is along US route 24, 34 miles north of Buena Vista, and 23 miles south of the CO 91 and I-70 intersection.
Delorme: 47 B7
Roads of Colorado: 86 A1-B2
Dates of Access: Open all year
Restrictions: Please respect private property
Handicapped Access: Viewing from car
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City of Leadville: https://cityofleadville.colorado.gov/about/contact-us
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