Southern Teller County Focus Group Corporation
Working Toward Positive Solutions for Southern Teller County
Victor Cripple Creek Trails History
Our Focus

Preserving and Educating the Public About Gold Rush History Near Cripple Creek & Victor, Colorado.

The STCFG works with NewmontGoldCorp and other private land owners to develop positive solutions to historic preservation, recreation, education and post-mining land use.

Donations and volunteers are welcome and help further the group's projects.

For information about the Southern Teller County Focus Group:
Mail
POB 328, Victor, CO 80860
Email
stcfg@victorcolorado.com


The STCFG - Hiking Trails - Historic Preservation - Community Development - And More

The STCFG has been partnering with organizations and land owners for over 20 years to promote Southern Teller County. The non-profit established the Trails of Gold hiking and biking trails which are open year-round.

Preserving historic structures has been an integral part of the STCFG's efforts.  From working with the local mining company to assisting owners of buildings in Victor with grants, the group is dedicated to showcasing and preserving through grants, education, and relocation, the structures that made Southern Teller County the World's Greatest Gold Camp.

Through events such as the Victor Gem & Mineral Show, the STCFG works to expose the world to the special heritage we have here in Southern Teller County.

Whether you're hiker, mountain biker, history buff, rock hound, or are just looking for a unique experience in Colorado history, we invite you to visit and explore.

Notice: Starting Aug. 19, 2019 and for the duration of 2019, the Sunnyside Trail and Little Grouse Mtn. Trails will be closed as NewmontGoldCorp makes improvements to storm water facilities and constructs a vehicle access to the New American Eagles Overlook. Please plan to visit one of our other trails during this time.

    
Planning the 2019 Holiday Headframe Lighting....More info to come..

 

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