Paragliding Glenwood Springs

Spencer McKee paragliding above Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Photo Credit: Adventure Paragliding in Glenwood Springs.

It's been a rough year for a number of small towns spread around Colorado after COVID-19 complications and a round of major wildfires have had serious impacts on tourism for a months-long stretch. One town known for their hot springs is offering visitors an incentive in hopes of turning things around.

Glenwood Springs has announced that they'll be awarding $100 in "community currency" to the first 1,000 people that book a qualifying stay in their town through November 30.

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Dubbed "Glenwood Gold," the community currency certificates work like cash, with the town reimbursing business accepting the payment 100 percent of the face value. A long list of local businesses are already involved in the program.

In order to qualify, visitors must book a minimum 2-night stay at a Glenwood Springs lodging property now through November 30. Booking through 3rd party websites, such as Booking.com or Kayak.com, does not count. After booking a qualifying stay, an online form allows individuals to claim their reward.

Located along I-70, Glenwood Springs is a paradise to those that love outdoor recreation. It's home to many hiking trails, multiple hot springs, and found along the Roaring Fork River. It's a must-visit bucket list location.

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See official details here.

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