Join OSI in Galt’s Gulch after TOS-Con

by | Feb 23, 2022 | Featured, Uncategorized

After sharpening your mind and fueling your soul at TOS-Con 2022, what better way to extend the experience than by joining OSI for a retreat-vacation in Galt’s Gulch?

The stunningly gorgeous Ouray Valley, only an hour flight from Denver, was Ayn Rand’s inspiration for Galt’s Gulch in Atlas Shrugged.

OSI will not organize events in Ouray, as the trip is primarily a company retreat and vacation. But the OSI team will be there from June 27 to July 5, and we invite you to join us in The Gulch for as much of that time as you can. There’s lots to do, and beauty abounds!

In addition to engaging socially, here’s what’s in store, where to stay, and how to get there:

What You Can Do in Ouray

Where You Can Stay

Options include historic hotels, rustic cabins, breathtaking campgrounds, and charming B&Bs:

How You Can Get There

Currently, roundtrip flights start at $360, and car rentals start at $55/day (for drivers over 26). The beautiful, scenic drive is about five hours and forty minutes. It features a stretch of U.S. 550, aka “The Million-Dollar Highway,” a road with some of the most spectacular views in the country.

Please note that OSI will not organize events in Ouray, as the trip is primarily a company retreat and vacation. Having worked long and hard to produce and host TOS-Con, we will be ready for a vacation. So organizing travel, lodging, and activities is up to each individual him or herself. You can coordinate with others via TOS-Con’s Facebook Group. You also do not have to attend TOS-Con in order to join un in Ouray. Everyone who would like to come is welcome.

We hope you’ll book a room, cabin, or the like—and we hope to see you in The Gulch!

On Solid Ground is a community blog where we publish articles by guest contributors as well as by the staff and officers of OSI. The ideas offered by guest contributors are their own and do not necessarily reflect the ideas of the staff or officers of OSI. Likewise, the ideas offered by people employed by OSI are their own, and do not necessarily reflect those of others in the organization.

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