BUSINESS MEMBERS

CITY OF CANON CITY

CITY OF CRIPPLE CREEK

CITY OF FLORENCE

CITY OF VICTOR

CARR MANOR
      350 East Carr Ave.
      Cripple Creek, CO 80813
      719-689-3709
      Fax:719-689-2140

COFFEE BARN Barn (THE)
      Cripple Creek, CO
      www.marigoldvalley.com

CRIPPLE CREEK & VICTOR GOLD MINING CO.
      POB 191
      Victor, CO 80860
      719-689-4022

EVERGREEN STATION
      8722 County RD. 1
      Florissant, CO 80816
      719-689-2042

FORTUNE CLUB DINER AND ROOMS
      Victor Colorado

HOTEL ST. NICHOLAS (THE)
      Cripple Creek, CO
      www.hotelstnicholas.com

PIZZA MADNESS
      509 Main St.
      Cañon City, CO 81212
      (719) 276-3088

RAFT MASTERS
     2315 E. Main Street
     Canon City, CO 81212
     Phone: 800-568-7238

ROCKY MOUNTAIN DINOSAUR RESOURCE CENTER
     201 S. Fairview St.
     Woodland Park, CO 80863
     Phone: 719-686-1820
     Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

ROYAL GORGE BRIDGE & PARK
     4218 Fremont County Road 3A
     PO Box 549 
     Cañon City, CO 81215 
     719-275-7507 or 1-888-333-5597
     http://www.royalgorgebridge.com/

ROYAL GORGE ROUTE RAILROAD
     330 B Royal Gorge Blvd.
     Canon City, CO 81212
     719-276-4050
     ww.royalgorgeroute.com

TELLER COUNTY SHERIFF
     www.co.teller.co.us

 

REGULAR MEMBERS

Tom Berg
Lawrence A. Black
Randy Brady
Charlotte Bumgarner
Scott & Rachel Campbell
George Embleton
Frank and Lucile Fehn
Cara Fisher
Fremont-Custer Historical Society
Virginia Green
Ed Hunter 
Diana Williams 
Garth Mellick 
Leah Quesenberry 
Jean Rodeck 
Dan Smith
John & Sarah Stelzer
Curtis Stone
Kathy Stockton 
Maurice Wells

 

For More Info

The Gold Belt Tour is managed through a cooperative effort between the Bureau of Land Management, the National Park Service, the Counties of Teller and Fremont, the communities of Victor, Florence, Cañon City, Florissant and Cripple Creek and the Colorado Department of Transportation.

Call us: 719-689-2461
Email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact one of the following:

Information can be obtained from the following
sources:

Bureau of Land Management
Royal Gorge Field Office
3028 East Main Street
Cañon City, CO 81212
(719) 269 8500

Cañon City Chamber of Commerce
403 Royal Gorge Blvd.
Cañon City, CO 81212
(719) 275 2331
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Cripple Creek Welcome Center
P.O. Box 430
Cripple Creek, CO 80813
(877)858 4653
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Florence Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 145
117 S. Pikes Peak Ave.
Florence, CO 81226
(719)784 3544
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Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
P.O. Box 185
Florissant, CO 80816
(719)748 3253
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Victor Info
Southern Teller County Focus Group
POB 328
Victor, CO 80860
719-689-2675

In an emergency or to report vandalism call:
Teller County Sheriff (719) 687 9652 
Fremont County Sheriff (719) 276 5600 or call 911

The Gold Belt Tour is a Colorado Scenic and Historic Byway and a National Scenic Byway.

Business Memberships - Booster $150 Per Year
As a Gold Belt Byway Booster, your membership fee is tax deductible and comes packaged with the following features and benefits:
  • Free listing on the Gold Belt Byway's website, www.goldbeltbyway.com. This listing includes a free link to your existing website as well as a link to your email address. Website use is tracked and will be reported to you annually.
  • Window decal designating your business as a Byway Booster
  • Listing in our newsletter and quarterly correspondence
  • The Opportunity to attend Advisory Board meetings to help shape the future of the Gold Belt 
  • region
For more information and to join, download the Business Membership Application and mail it today.

General Memberships
Benefits are:

  • Limited Edition poster of Steel Bridge, suitable for framing
  • Gold Belt "Byway Booster" Decal
  • Byway Newsletter
  • The Opportunity to attend Advisory Board meetings to help shape the future of the Gold Belt region.
             Membership Options:
             Benefactor.....$500.00
                 Business........$150.00
                 Family...........$50.00
                 Individual.......$20.00

To become a general member, email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

About The Gold Belt Byway Association

Partnership Approach
This is the primary organization that coordinates and make recommendations for the Gold Belt Byway efforts. The organization coordinates with managing agencies, volunteer groups, and other organizations and individuals. This byway organization ensures that all local citizen concerns and affected interests are represented.

Managing Agencies
Through a formal Cooperative Agreement, 10 managing agencies have committed to jointly manage the Gold Belt Byway. The 10 managing agencies include: the cities of Florence, Florissant, Cripple Creek, Victor, and Cañon City, the Bureau of Land Management   Royal Gorge Resource Area, Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, Colorado Department of Transportation  Region 2, Fremont County and Teller County.

Volunteer Support
Numerous volunteer groups and individuals currently assist agencies and civic organizations in ways that directly support the goals and vision of this plan. With the continuing support and dedication of these volunteer groups and individuals, a great deal of this plan can be accomplished and the byway vision will become a reality.

Local Landowners
Many private landowners live along or near the byway. The byway organization looks for ways that benefit local landowners while helping to meet the byway goals and vision. Examples include clean ups, increased law enforcement, and support for traditional land uses, such as ranching.

Local Business, Industry, Schools, Interest Groups and Government
Many tourism, recreational, and educational businesses and organizations have similar goals with the byway plan. The Gold Belt Byway Organization looks for ways to form new partnerships with these businesses and organizations.

Purpose Statement
The Gold Belt Tour Byway Association works to improve the appearance and increase the historical awareness of the Byway.  We also want to support the rural, small-town lifestyle including open spaces and a healthy natural environment while recognizing the importance of traditional businesses and industries.

The Gold Belt Tour Byway Association is administered by a board of directors with representation from all areas in which the Byway is located as well as members of the various industries and entities along the routes.

Appointed Board Members
Teller County Representative
Fremont County Representative
Four City Representatives

Elected Directors
Florissant Representative
Education Representative
Land Conservation
Ranching
Mining
Business or Industry
Tourism representative from Teller County
Tourism representative from Fremont County
Landowner 
Two (2) at Large

Appointed Non-voting Ex-officio Directors
Colorado Department of Transportation
Bureau of Land Management
National Park Service
Upper Arkansas Area Council of Governments
Pikes Peak Area Council of Government