Colorado's Gold and Silver Self-Guided Tour

Earth Treasures Tours email packet included with your booked tour

Experience new ways to get out and tour, your informational packet will give you all the instructions to help you plan your outing




Denver Region Exploration Geologists Society/ Symposium Self- Guided TOUR


In light of current and looming inflation, ETT is proud to give you a self-guided tour opportunity that fits your needs and budget. As your guide, I want to share with you what I found to be nothing short of amazing! And DREGS brings that amazement to life.

Book now and you will automatically receive Denver Region Exploration Geologists Field Guide + Symposium of Colorado's Gold and Silver Mineral Belt.

Become acquainted with the rock.

Your booking once for a lifetime opportunity. $48/group

ETT guest, you can stay on and receive opportunities and continue communication with ETT. It's a choice for you. We know once you start on your tour you'll hunger for more. And more is what you'll have the opportunity to receive. 

ETT guests, once you book you will receive an email from me on how to best use DREGS field guide book and symposium. In your booked tour you will be making two donations to DREGS of $4 each attachment. Total of $8 and the balance goes to ETT for your one time charge to receive your ETT guidance tools and ongoing emails and news you won't want to miss. Plus, opportunities to check out clubs to attend as guests then join as a member if you would like. 

This self-guided tour offers a chance for you to get to know Colorado's mineral belt and what is being mined within Colorado's mineral belt. For instance, did you know there are two helium mines within Colorado's mineral belt? I bet you did not. So, when you look at tour opportunities in the mineral belt you'll see primarily gold mine tours. Of tours are open for you. Well the working mines are not open to the public.  However, you may get invited to go along with DREGS or other clubs to jump on board. 

 I would like to give a big shout out to Lew Kleinhans and L.J. Carr (the president of DREGS) for their gigantic assistance in making this possible.

DREGS Field Guide + Symposium of Colorado’s Gold and Silver Mineral Belt- copyright.

Denver Region Exploration Geologist Society has given Earth Treasures Tours website permission to distribute to the public as a way to introduce you to the work of a geologist and get to know the rock you once thought of as a nuisance.

Please respect DREGS copyright. But do, enjoy DREGS work and gain an appreciation for the "ROCK" the "ROCK"S geology.

"The most important geological processes that leads to the creation of sedimentary rocks are erosion, weathering, dissolution, precipitation and lithification. Erosion and weathering include the effects of wind and rain which break down large rocks into smaller ones".