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Doc Holliday's Grave

Linwood Cemetery, Glenwood Springs, CO
+1 817-476-0319
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Not the actual grave

A short hike up a steep, unpaved trail to Linwood cemetery, where Holliday is probably buried, in... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Great views, but where's Doc?

We made the hike up to Linwood Cemetery to see Doc Holliday's Grave. The entrance to the path is... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Gary M
Castle Rock, Colorado
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Linwood Cemetery, Glenwood Springs, CO
+1 817-476-0319
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A short hike up a steep, unpaved trail to Linwood cemetery, where Holliday is probably buried, in an unmarked grave.

Thank JK01
Reviewed 1 week ago

We made the hike up to Linwood Cemetery to see Doc Holliday's Grave. The entrance to the path is well marked, and the views of Glenwood Springs as you travel up the hill are terrific! If you read the signage carefully at the trailhead, you'll...More

Thank Gary M
Reviewed 1 week ago

The hike to Doc Holiday's grave is a challenge. Had to be a road in the past to get folks up to a cemetery on top of a mountain! Many of the graves are quite old, and even though Doc is not under the marker,...More

Thank Allan A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

A bit of interesting history. On the way up, we passed the tree with the "beat cancer" spirit ribbons. That, also, was an interesting story.

Thank Allen M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Such a fun experience. Great history. Special features. Amazing to see the age on the rest of the headstones. Awe inspiring.

Thank Craig W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Who buries a loved one on top of a mountain with dirt walking path for access... Interesting history and great scenery. Bring hydration.

Thank 204Glenn
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

this is a hike up a trail, not real far, but it is steep, and it is not a paved path. (which was fine by me). Once you get there, there is not much to see, but it does give an over view of who...More

Thank slugg072
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

It's worth the time and trip if your visiting Glenwood Springs. It's not that far from town, there are a few spots to park at the bottom of hill and a lot of street parking as well. At the bottom there is a sign with...More

Thank Mikeywins21
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lots of controversy on if Doc Holliday's was actually buried here, but he for sure died in Glenwood Springs. The description for this walk from the trailhead to the cemetery says it is very strenuous - it is! Although only 1/2 mile, it is about...More

Thank Owenthomas
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

Very interesting history of the city in the oldest cemetery. It is a trek up the mountain to get there but a well maintained trail. Worth the hike as many beautiful stones and plots. Wish they kept it up a little better as trees growing...More

Thank Paul T
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Tina G
30 March 2017|
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Response from anng99 | Reviewed this property |
It is a bit of a hike uphill on a rough track about 30 mins or so . It was snow covered when I did it but dry now. It is an old graveyard with good views down into the valley. If you can't walk much , then I would think it... More
19 July 2015|
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Response from RASBERRY1947 | Reviewed this property |
In the book The Illustrated Life & Times of Doc Holliday by Bob Boze Bell on Page 104. "What the Glenwood Springs paper didn't mention is that the winter weather prevented the hearst from making it up the steep road to... More
29 December 2014|
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Response from Colorado70 | Reviewed this property |
Some sports team that was visiting and hiked up put the ribbons on the tree about three years ago. No active story. It was really pretty when it happened.