The picturesque town of Carbondale is located 170 miles west of Denver, 12 miles from Glenwood Springs, and 30 miles from Aspen in the heart of Colorado's central Rocky Mountains. At an altitude of 6,181 feet, and resting in the magnificent shadow of 12,953-foot Mount Sopris, Carbondale is characterized by an average of 295 days of sunshine, low humidity, cold but mild winters and comfortable summers.
Carbondale is a great base camp for recreation enthusiasts.
There is plenty to do including hiking, biking, golfing, kayaking, and world-class fly fishing. In winter, experience excellent cross-country skiing.
The Carbondale area offers a variety of comfortable lodging options, great casual and exquisite fine dining, creative arts and entertainment, and intriguing historical areas. There's something for everyone in Carbondale!
Your Base Camp Awaits!
Highway 133 Construction Updates
To view the construction work schedule and plans, click here.
For more information provided by the Town of Carbondale, click here.
The Carbondale Card is a new program, offering specials, discounts and coupons from participating Chamber businesse Carbondale s to all Cardholders. Cardholders will be able to scan the QR Code on their card or visit the Chamber website for monthly specials and participating businesses. Click here to learn more!
Bonedale Gear is Here
We have Mushroom Rock, Carbondale, CO tees in stock. Get your hands on one before we sell out. Stop by the Carbondale Chamber in the Third Street Center, or give us a ring at 970-963-1890 to get yours.
Bike Friendly Community
Carbondale was recognized as a Bike Friendly Community by the League of American Bicyclists. Read more about it here.
Solar Friendly Community
Carbondale becomes the first community on the Western Slope to earn the valuable designation, and the eighth community in Colorado since the program began late last year. Click here to learn more.
2012 Governor's Art Award
Gov. Hickenlooper today announced that the Town of Carbondale and the City of Lafayette have been selected as the recipients for the 2012 Governor’s Arts Award. They will be honored at the closing luncheon of the 1st Annual Creative Industries Summit on April 13, 2012 in Breckenridge. Read more about it here.