At Olinger Mount Lindo Cemetery in Morrison, Colorado, we are honored to serve Denver-area families. Situated atop a mountain, our cemetery boasts breathtaking views of both the Denver skyline and the Rocky Mountains. With stunning scenic overlooks, unique gardens, dignified pine trees and a vast array burial and memorialization options to choose from, our cemetery is a truly majestic place for honoring your loved ones.
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Distinct burial and cremation options
Whether you prefer traditional ground burial or personalized cremation memorialization, at Olinger Mount Lindo, we help you find the best option for you. Families who wish to memorialize their loved ones after cremation can choose inurnment or scattering of ashes. Indoor and outdoor mausoleum crypts are available for families preferring a more traditional resting place. Our indoor mausoleum has a light-filled, modern chapel especially appreciated during inclement weather.
Historic lighted cross
If you drive along Highway 285 at night, you can’t miss the huge illuminated cross that rests on the east side of the mountain. First illuminated on Easter morning in 1964, this historic feature is the largest electrically lighted cross in the country. It measures in at 393 feet high and 254 feet wide and can be seen from miles away. The cross was built by Francis VanDeber, who owned the land on Mount Lindo in the 1940s before it became a cemetery. Francis built the large illuminated cross on the mountain so his wife could see his final resting spot from her home in Denver after he passed away.
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At Olinger Mount Lindo, we have had the honor of serving more than 13,000 Colorado families and continue to create personal and meaningful memorials of lives lived. We are proud to be a member of the Dignity Memorial® network of funeral, cremation and cemetery providers and are dedicated to providing every family with compassionate and professional care.
The scenic vistas at Olinger Mount Lindo Cemetery are truly outstanding and we are privileged to have such a magnificent setting in the Denver area. We invite you to visit us to meet our staff and tour our amazing grounds. Please give us a call if you have any questions or would like to learn more about our burial and memorialization services.
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