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Huerfano County, Colorado

Lost Treasures

 

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  • Several caches of various amounts are said to be buried near Fort Taipa.

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • Ten burro loads of Spanish gold is said to be buried somewhere near Taipa.

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • The Lost Green Mountain Mine is thought to be located somewhere near Red Wing.

     

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • The Lost Jasper Mine is said to be located near Red Wing.

     

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • Two to three barrels of coins from before 1910 are said to be buried on or near Henry Sefton's Ranch.

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • A bottomless lake in Mustang Canyon is supposedly the resting place of a vast amount of (possibly) Aztec treasure.

    More information can be found in

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • Jack Simpson's Lost Ledge is located somewhere in or near La Veta Pass.

     

    More information can be found in

    Colorado Treasure Tales

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • Alex Cobsky's Lost Ledge is thought to be located on or near Silver Mountain close to La Veta.

     

    More information can be found in

    Colorado Treasure Tales

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies


  • A Lost Mine worked by a civil war survivor is thought to be located in or near Sangre de Cristo Pass.

     

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • A Lost Spanish Gold Mine is supposedly located somewhere near Walsenburg.

     

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • A Lost Spanish Mine is located somewhere in or near Apache Gulch.

    More information can be found in

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • Ashton Teeple's Lost Placer is located in or near Whiskey Pass.

     

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado


  • Old Spanish mines are said to be located on the Spanish Peaks.

     

    More information can be found in

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies


  • Spanish Gold is said to be buried in or near Muneca Rocks.

    More information can be found in

    Colorado Treasure Tales

    A Guide to Treasure in Colorado

    Buried Treasures You Can Find


  • Two trappers were known to have made several trips out of the Spanish Peaks region with burros loaded with gold. No one was successful in finding their mines.

     

    More information can be found in

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies


  • The Arapaho Princess Treasure is located somewhere on Spanish Peaks.

     

    More information can be found in

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies


  • A fugitive from the Civil War found a ledge of gold at the head of (then known) North Veta Creek.

    More information can be found in

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies


  • The remains of an old Spanish Fort are located somewhere near the Sange de Cristo Pass Trail.

     

    More information can be found in

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies


  • A lost ledge of gold is located somewhere in the Greenhorn Mountains. May also be in Pueblo County

     

    More information can be found in

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies


  • Juan Carlos' Lost Mine is thought to be located somewhere on or near Mount Blanca. may also be in Alamosa County.

        

    More information can be found in

    Treasure Tales of the Rockies


 

 

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