Glenwood Hot Springs, Iron Mountain Hot Springs, Jonas Lindgren

The Glenwood Hot Springs

In 1881, Jonas Lindgren established the Glenwood Hot Springs, in Colorado, as a Swedish bath to help with his arthritis pain.

Miners from Aspen, Leadville and other areas were drawn to the hot springs, by the Colorado River, for the healing properties that it was advertised as having.

I’m present day the Glenwood Hot Springs has been reestablished as the Iron Mountain Hot Springs.

The Moab Giants Musuem

The Dinosaur Musuem in Moab, Utah

The Dinosaur Musuem of Moab, Utah opened to the public in 2015 and is near Arches National Park. The name of the facility is the Moab Giants Musuem.

The musuem cost $10 millions dollars to construct and contains over a hundred of life sized dinosaur replicas on the outdoor trail.

The Petrified Forest in Arizona has dinosaur fossils, just as Moab does, and falls along the Dinosaur Diamond.

The musuem has maps of species of dinosaurs that fall along the dinosaur diamond as well as ones in China and the Korean Peninsula.

Charles Lyell, a friend of Charles Darwin, was deemed the “Father of Geology”.

The inside of the building features various skeletons that were found in Utah.

Also, the largest egg amongst prehistoric and modern creatures is featured.

Arches National Park, Moab, Utah

Arches National Park

Arches National Park was established as a National Monument by the National Park Service on April 12, 1929.

On November 12, 1971 the National Monument was redesignated as a National Park.

Near Arches National Park is a scenic bridge that crosses the Colorado River. In 2008, the Colorado Riverway Bridge was built to replace an older bridge that used to be at the same location.