Tashi Gomang Stupa

Located high above Colorado’s San Luis Valley, with a spectacular view of surrounding mountain ranges, the 42-foot tall Tashi Gomang Stupa is a spiritual monument built on 200 acres of pristine natural beauty, open feely to the public since 1996.

Tashi Gomang Stupa Consecreation


A retreat is a chance to find space and spaciousness in the immensity of nature, to observe how all things interrelate, to understand that your motivation is not merely for your own well-being, but an aspiration for the well-being of others, a genuine compassion for all.

Our Vision

For over forty years, we at KTTG have dedicated ourselves to implementing the vision of the 16th and 17th Karmapas. Our organization of dedicated volunteers and sponsors, young and old from all parts of the world, have worked tirelessly over the years to build a place of peace, to care for a protected environment, and to foster a natural haven for contemplation, wonder and practice.

Photo: Peter Ismert

Visions of Retreat

Khenpo Tsultrim

“ Crestone is a place where at your back you have the Rocky Mountains, and in front of you there is an incredibly expansive view. It’s a place where the earth is clean, the water is clean and the air is clean. So it’s a wonderfully beautiful and secluded place, an ideal place to practice the dharma.”read more

The Dream Flag

New visitors to the Tashi Gomang Stupa are often curious about the blue and yellow flag that flies above the site, and what it signifies.read more

My First Retreat

“ I wasn’t sure how it would go because before that the longest I’d been in a solitary retreat was 3 days. I also wasn’t sure how well I’d be able to sustain practice being a beginner without much meditative stability. I was pleasantly surprised that the practice met me right where I was, and I felt able to go from there.”read more

News and Events

See our News blog for more information on community and events at KTTG.

How To Help

Karthar Rinpoche Stupa

Where Needed Most

Karmapa Stupa Fund

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