191 5th Ave
Ouray, CO 81427
Phone: (970) 325-7203
Fax: (970) 325-4389
Ouray City Hall and Walsh Library are two structures nestled in the center of Ouray. The remains of the burnt structures are now restored and also added to the National Registrar of Historic Places.
Ouray Hot Spring Pool was built in the early 20th century and is still functioning. The therapeutic water is wonderfully warm and is a huge attraction for visitors and locals. They also have a fitness center. Do call for details.
Two close friends, Tommy Thacher, a bartender and Chris Fish, an award-winning brew master, driven by their passion for rich brews, combined forces and established Telluride Brewing Company in 2011. What gives the beers here a unique flavor, is that the melting snow from the Rocky Mountains is used in making the brew. Their Face Down Brown beer comes highly recommended. The tap room is open daily, offering guests an opportunity to taste the libations brewed on site.
The Shenandoah Dives Mill is a heritage landmark of the county, and is also referred to as Mayflower Mill. Completely constructed in 1929, this mill extracted metals like gold, silver and so forth. This National Historic Landmark, is managed by the Silverton Historic Society and is open to visitors.
The town of Silverton welcomes one and all to visit it's beauty that is located in the heart of Colorado. The town is said to be a paradise all year round for it's visitors as well the locals. The place serves as a great place for adventure and enthusiasm for the visitors during all seasons. The breath taking scenic views of the place, the events and the lively location makes this place even more happenning and a great visit place.