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Colorado Springs, CO – Things To Do & See

Colorado Springs is the second most populated city in the state, with around 420,000 people. It sits near the base of Pikes Peak, one of America’s most iconic mountains. The town is located about an hour south of Denver. The Springs is a big city with a small town feel. It’s often rated as one […]

07/02/2019 | by Michelle Reynolds | No Comments Colorado Springs

Are You Ready To Climb The Manitou Incline?

The Manitou Incline has been hailed as the holy grail of cardio for locals and athletes, alike.  The once railroad track now consists of approximately 2,744 steps made entirely of railroad ties! Although it’s only one mile in length, the ascension averages a 41% incline (68% at its highest) and a 2,000 foot climb in elevation! […]

05/10/2019 | by Michelle Reynolds | No Comments Manitou Incline

Terror-Dactyl Ride is Colorado’s Ultimate Adrenaline Rush!

Thrill-seekers are known for traveling across the globe to find their next big adrenaline rush, but you don’t have to go far to feel like you’re sitting on the edge of the world. There’s a ride in Colorado that promises to have you “laughing and praying for your life at the same time,” and by […]

04/30/2019 | by Michelle Reynolds | No Comments Cave Of The Winds

Discover Cheyenne Mountain Zoo’s Renowned Giraffe Herd

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is about sharing the wonders of the natural world with kids of all ages and providing memories for a lifetime. Here, you do more than just look. Named 4th-Best Zoo in North America by USAToday’s 10Best, you’ll get to explore newly renovated and award-winning exhibits. Discover more than 30 species of endangered […]

04/23/2019 | by Michelle Reynolds | No Comments Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Discover Woodland Park: City Above The Clouds

Just 18 miles west of Colorado Springs in Teller County, experience the history, adventure and beauty of the Rocky Mountains. The natural surroundings include spectacular views of Pikes Peak and the Rampart Range. Thick stands of spruce, pine and aspen, and deep blue skies with fresh air. Today with over 7,500 residents, Woodland Park, CO […]

04/15/2019 | by Michelle Reynolds | No Comments Vacation Rentals

Shop And Chill In Old Colorado City

Unwind from the excitement for a bit. You’ve got more to do in the days ahead, so we suggest you take the rest of the afternoon off for a little chill time. Stroll through Old Colorado City and check out the shops and bars. We suggest a scoop at Colorado City Creamery, but don’t spoil […]

03/20/2019 | by Michelle Reynolds | No Comments Old Colorado City

Top 5 Reasons To Drive Pikes Peak

The state of Colorado has a whopping 53 fourteeners, but our favorite (yes, we’re biased) is absolutely Pikes Peak, which sits like a gorgeous crown upon the panorama of our royally awesome region. There are many ways to reach the summit, like hiking via Barr Trail or riding the Cog Railway (and some people even run […]

03/06/2019 | by Michelle Reynolds | No Comments Pikes Peak
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