Stations of the Cross

Take a trip to San Luis, the oldest town in Colorado, and experience the beauty of the Rio Culebra landscape and  this unique and awe-inspiring devotional site, the Shrine of the Stations of the Cross.

Constructed in 1986, two centerpieces celebrate Colorado’s newest Catholic shrine, La Capilla de Todos Los Santos (the Chapel of All Saints) and bronze sculptures depicting the Stations of the Cross. Overlooking the quaint town of San Luis is the shrine of “La Mesa de la Piedad y de la Misericordia” or the “Hill of Piety and Mercy”.  As visitors climb the half-mile trail, they can view fifteen bronze sculptures of Christ’s passion and resurrection and experience the magnificent adobe Capilla at the top of the mesa.

Located on Highway 159 in San Luis, Colorado, this shrine is open 24 hours a day and is open year-round.  There is no charge for admission.