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Stations of the Cross Shrine

San Luis, CO 81152
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Sacred and beautiful

An amazing find right off the highway when first entering SAN Luis. Mary Jo from the visitor's... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Rico R
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Beautiful and moving

After many years for travel through San Luis we finally took same time to stop at the stations of... read more

Reviewed 15 April 2017
PJ G
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A series of sculptures depicting the last hours of Christ's life. The Shrine is located on a mesa. Visitors walk a 1-mile path to reach it.
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

An amazing find right off the highway when first entering SAN Luis. Mary Jo from the visitor's center across the street was very helpful and informative. The quick hike has the stations along the way and end with the shrine. Touching and beautiful.

Thank Rico R
Reviewed 15 April 2017 via mobile

After many years for travel through San Luis we finally took same time to stop at the stations of the cross. My husband has a bad back so we took the drive up which can be found north of town. What a beautiful site! I...More

1  Thank PJ G
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

On our way to Santa Fe we made it a point to stop in San Luis to walk the Stations of the Cross. San Luis has every right to be proud of this special feature. Exquisite sculpture in a wonderful setting on the way up...More

Thank edwood27
Reviewed 15 November 2016

We have driven by the Stations of the Cross Shrine several times. This time we decided we would stop. It is worth the climb to the top. We even took our dogs with us. Make sure you pause at each station and notice the details...More

Thank Esc_CA_native
Reviewed 11 September 2016

We took the hike to the top to see the Stations of the Cross. The trail is concrete in some areas but mostly compacted earth. We were there when the temperature was in the mid 70's. On a hotter day, the climb might be a...More

Thank FourMoons
Reviewed 24 August 2016

I am having problems with my knee so could not walk up the stations of the cross. Talked to the woman in the information center and she told us we could drive up to the Chapel although we would miss most of the sculptures. We...More

Thank kalkod
Reviewed 22 August 2016 via mobile

Worth visiting for sure. A short hike up to the Shrine takes you past stations with amazing bronze statues depicting Christ's struggle to his ultimate sacrifice. Very inspiring and humbling.

Thank i911
Reviewed 11 August 2016

This is a peaceful, beautiful, and holy place. The sculptor is local and his work is well-known in many other places. He is a fine, fine artist. The walk, with the sculpted art, is a good reminder of important events in Christ's last hours. This...More

Thank Adventuregirl211
Reviewed 1 August 2016

We stopped here driving from Santa Fe to Colorado Springs on the "back roads." The drive was easy, and it is such a picturesque setting. The Stations of the Cross are beautifully made bronze artwork. The Church is lovely, and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains...More

Thank LoriABil
Reviewed 28 July 2016

I was driving up to Mount Rushmore from Taos when I passed this small town in Southern Colorado and looked up a Mountain and saw this chapel. It was beautiful and I drove a dirt road and made it to the top to take pics....More

1  Thank travelbug2332
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What's the drive like from Santa Fe to the shrine? Not sure which path to take - highway 285 or through Taos? I don't do heights very well, so is it like the Sierras going to Yosemite or normal like driving to Denver?
1 September 2016|
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Response from RogerB987 | Reviewed this property |
One thing more, 522 takes you directly to San Luis. 285 would bring you out on the west side of the San Luis Valley. They from antonito you would have to drive back east across the valley which is 33 miles.
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Francisca G
What time are masses celebrated at the chapel?
27 August 2016|
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Response from Adventuregirl211 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Look up two internet home pages with the mass times listed. There is a small and beautiful chapel at the top of the Stations of the Cross, the Shrine. See the internet. It looks like, for May through October mass is... More
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