Treasure Hunting in Colorado

 

Devil's Head Mountain, north of Woodland Park was once the hideout of several outlaw gangs who buried their stolen goods within the area.

Devil’s Head Mountain, north of Woodland Park was once the hideout of several outlaw gangs who buried their stolen goods within the area.

From gold mines to diamonds to the vast beauty of the Rockies, Colorado definitely has it’s share of treasures to be proud of. In addition to the state’s natural treasures, it also has a rich history of outlaws and Indian raids that led to buried gold — much of which has never been found.

Perhaps, you can solve a mystery and become the finder of lost treasures!

Colorado Treasure Tales

Dead Man’s Cave

La Caverna del Oro (The Cave of Gold)

Lost Treasure in Southern Colorado in 1910

Mountain Treasures

Purgatory Canyon

Treasure Hunter T-Shirt

Treasure Hunter T-Shirt

Treasure Mountain

South Park and the Reynolds Gang

Virginia Dale Stage Station

More Treasures Waiting to Be Found

From Our Readers:

Very interesting and informative website. I especially like reading about the lost treasures of Colorado.

Good job! – Calvin

 

Places like Devil’s Head Mountain, Purgatory Canyon, Treasure Mountain, and Dead Mans Cave are said to hide the buried treasures of old Spaniards, French expeditions, and outlaws!

 

3 thoughts on “Treasure Hunting in Colorado”

  1. I am one lucky guy….I found just about all of the lost and hidden treasures in Colorado. I am now heading to California to redeem all of the lost and hidden treasures. After I find all of the treasures in California, I will be heading to Arizona to find the treasures there. So you better hurry up and head out to AZ to find the treasures there before I arrive. I will be in AZ sometime in March…so you better hurry before I get there and clean up.

    I wish everyone the best of luck in finding treasures. Everything I wrote above is a lie
    Good Hunting.
    Al

  2. looking for the best single book with all the old stories I have an old Henry gestefield book printed in the 60.s, a hearthstone -carlton print book looking for another one,

  3. I am interested in maps and history of buried outlaw gold in the Four Corners Area of Colorado. I am in Cortez, Colorado 24625 RD G Cortez, Colorado 81321.
    Jim Thayn

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