Mail: P.O. Box 32 La Veta, CO 81055 Phone 719-742-3676
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Mail: P.O. Box 32 La Veta, CO 81055 Phone 719-742-3676
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Who We Are

About the Chamber

The Spanish Peaks Chamber is committed to serving the interests of member businesses and advocating for business advancement and economic growth throughout Huerfano County through marketing and support of community-wide activities.

Devil's Stairstep

 

 

 

 

 

 

Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at 6:00pm in a hybrid format, in person at the La Veta Fire Station and Zoom video conference.  If you have an item for the agenda, please email info@spanishpeakschamber.com at least two days prior to the meeting.

Explore

Spanish Peaks Country

Volunteer

Community

The Chamber is looking for creative individuals with varying skillsets to join the team. Please inquire via email to info@spanishpeakschamber.com

 

Legal Documents

Bylaws & Articles of Incorporation

The Chamber supports and works alongside local government and many community non-profits to facilitate prosperity within Huerfano County.

SPCC Bylaws

History and Geography

The Peaks were known to the Comanche as “Wahatoya” or “Double Mountain”

Located west of Trinidad, CO, in the San Isabel National Forest, the Spanish Peaks is one of the most spectacular examples of exposed igneous dikes. This natural landmark engulfs an enormous 37,678 acres. West Spanish Peak (13,626 ft) and East Spanish Peak (12,683 ft)

Road Trip Spanish Peaks Country

 

About the Chamber

The Spanish Peaks Chamber is committed to serving the interests of member businesses and advocating for business advancement and economic growth throughout Huerfano County through marketing and support of community-wide activities.

Devil's Stairstep

Meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at 6:00pm in a hybrid format, in person at the La Veta Fire Station and Zoom video conference.  If you have an item for the agenda, please email info@spanishpeakschamber.com at least two days prior to the meeting.

Explore

Spanish Peaks Country

Volunteer

Community

The Chamber is looking for creative individuals with varying skillsets to join the team. Please inquire via email to info@spanishpeakschamber.com

 

Legal Documents

Bylaws & Articles of Incorporation

The Chamber supports and works alongside local government and many community non-profits to facilitate prosperity within Huerfano County.

SPCC Bylaws

History and Geography

The Peaks were known to the Comanche as “Wahatoya” or “Double Mountain”

Located west of Trinidad, CO, in the San Isabel National Forest, the Spanish Peaks is one of the most spectacular examples of exposed igneous dikes. This natural landmark engulfs an enormous 37,678 acres. West Spanish Peak (13,626 ft) and East Spanish Peak (12,683 ft)

Road Trip Spanish Peaks Country

 

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