Simply driving the Gold Belt Tour in Colorado is an adventure in itself. While following historic railroad and stagecoach routes leading you to North America's greatest gold camps, you will find yourself traversing between narrow canyon walls and along excitingly steep drop-offs. Although the area is no longer bustling with the activities of the gold rush, you can still "strike it rich" with views of outstanding scenery and limitless recreational activities. (Photo left: Red Canyon)
You'll find plenty of recreational opportunities on the Gold Belt Tour.
Gold Belt Tour area B&Bs include Colorado Springs (Crescent Lily, Holden House, Hughes Hacienda, Old Town GuestHouse, Our Hearts Inn, Summit House Inn, The St. Mary's Inn), Cascade (America's Rocky Mountain Lodge, Blue Spruce Inn, Eastholme in the Rockies), Chipita Park (Chipita Lodge), Divide (Stonehaven Inn), Woodland Park (Pikes Peak Paradise, Pikes Peak Resort, The Woodland Inn), Manitou Springs (1892 Victoria's Keep, Avenue Hotel, Blue Skies Inn, Two Sisters Inn), Cripple Creek (Carr Manor, Whispering Pines), Canon City (Jewel of the Canyons), Pueblo (Abriendo Inn, Edgar Olin House) Visit Colorado and National Scenic Byways for additional byways around the state.
1 pound sausage
1/2 cup onions, chopped
1/2 cup green pepper, chopped
1 (4 ox.) can mushrooms, drained
1 (8 oz.) package crescent rolls
1/4 cup milk
4 eggs, beaten
8 oz. shredded mozzarella cheese