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Doc Holidays grave?

There's a very steep and I do mean steep trail that goes up to the cemetery where the grave is... read more

Reviewed 28 June 2023
perennials2003
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West Lafayette, Indiana
Doc Holliday (may or may not actually be there!!!)

Be sure you have appropriate footwear for the hike. The trail was snowy, muddy and icy. The views... read more

Reviewed 9 March 2023
SkiBug5
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Rochester, New York
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Reviewed 23 August 2016

We left our hotel room and drove a few minutes to the trail head for Linwood Cemetery in search of Doc Holliday's grave. The flyer we had said he was buried somewhere in the cemetery. The walk from the trailhead was uphill at a moderate climb. We enjoyed the elevation from street level to the top of the hill where the cemetery is located. There are signs to lead you to his grave and another outlaw. It was definitely a walk worth taking.

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed 15 August 2016

It is a cemetery. Please keep that in mind.
If you wanted to know now you know.
You walk up a dirt road. There is an area where folks have been buried. Marked graves as well as an area where there are no markers for the folks that have passed.
Interesting though.

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed 11 August 2016

My trip to Glenwood Springs took place after my year long cancer battle so I was not in the best of shape. Combine that with the fact that I am from Texas and not use to the elevation and this was a bit of a hard climb for me. There was a bench half way up with a great overview. It was a nice place to stop and rest. It was well worth the hike. Take some time when you get up there to walk around and check out the graves. If you happen to notice the tree covered with ribbons on the climb up and want to know more it is Annie's Wishing Tree and it has it's own facebook page. Look it up.

Date of experience: July 2016
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Reviewed 9 August 2016

This may not be the exact burial location, but this is still worth the climb in my opinion. It's fun to think back on history and imagine how things were in a different time.
Be aware that there are no rails, etc along the climb. So if you have little ones with you, keep them to the inside. Mine were tempted to move to the "outside lane" to sneak looks over the cliff because the view can be nice, but one wrong step can be bad news. And there are loose rocks, so be cautious with the little ones. I wouldn't say it's dangerous, just keep an eye on them if they are slippery like mine.

Date of experience: August 2016
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Reviewed 8 August 2016

We did early in the morning. Its in the middle of a neighborhood "with really pretty houses". you walk a steep incline to a gravel trail that heads up yo the cemetery and Doc Holidays grave. There is interesting facts to read about the outlaws and the views are really nice. Well worth it.

Date of experience: July 2016
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