Cliff’s Edge Inn is located near the western edge of the main street running through the historic towns of Silver Cliff and Westcliffe. The Inn building was originally the train station for the narrow gauge railroad from 1880 – 1890, and in 1901 became a boarding house for the section workers - the men assigned to maintain the rails in the valley section of the rail line.  The Inn building has been inhabited and expanded over the years by the founding families of Westcliffe, CO. (If you're interested in this history of the Inn building, please read our "History of the Cliff's Edge Inn")

We are happy to be part of this thriving and beautiful little town. As we settle in and make Westcliffe our home, we will be exploring the community and passing on what we learn to you, both on this page and through our Innkeepers' blog. Please stay tuned for news of local events, small businesses, tourist attractions, adventure destinations, favorite restaurants, local craftspeople, and more!

Things to do in Westcliffe

The many options for activities and adventures in the area.

The town offers restaurants, local bars, shopping, and cultural activities. Within a half an hour drive of the Inn are a variety of hiking and other wilderness activities.

For more information about activities in Custer County, please see the Tourism Website, Where The West Still Lives.

The town is also host to a thriving outdoor music scene. During the summers, a lovely outdoor amphitheater offers events on a weekly basis, less than three minutes walk from the Inn's front door.

Early morning light as the sun rises over the Wet Mountains

Early morning light as the sun rises over the Wet Mountains

The Inn Community

We are delighted to be surrounded and supported by some fabulous craftspeople, artists, and sources of local knowledge.

The talented Sharon Langfeldt took many of the new photos around the Inn. You can find her work at Sharon Langfelt Photography.

Our breakfast table was custom made for us by Warren at Weld-Wright Fabricators.