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Colorado Springs holidays - Dashing, impressive and dynamic
Between the high peaks of the awe-inspiring Cheyenne Mountain State Park and depths of the enigmatic Cave of the Winds, Colorado Springs holidays are the ideal opportunity to embrace the outdoors culture that is so popular here.
A breath of fresh air
Whether you are interested in throwing yourself into white water rafting, pony-trekking, rock climbing, hiking or mountain biking, holidays in Colorado Springs are focused on giving you access to the stunning Rocky Mountains and the wild Pike National Forest.
At one mile above sea level itself, Colorado Springs is located near the impressive Pikes Peak that stands at 14,115ft. The area enjoys many trails and parks that are typically beautiful, framed by the rugged mountain scenery. Colorado Springs boasts more than 50 major attractions and 300 annual days of sunshine.
Things to do in Colorado Springs
Colorado holidays can be varied although many people come for the scenery and the outdoor sports. The Rocky Mountains boast some of the best mountain scenery in the US with incredible peaks, dense forests, rock formations and unique geological features such as; Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods Park, Cave of the Winds and Seven Falls are all nearby. Travel on the Royal Gorge Route Railroad for breathtaking views or visit one of the many railroad museums. Hire All-Terrain Vehicles for a different kind of excursion, or if you are feeling very brave why not try a Royal Gorge Zip Line tour.
When to go to Colorado Springs
Summers are typically warm in Colorado Springs with summer highs reaching an average of 29.5°C in July and drop to around average lows of -8.1°C in December.
- The Rocky Mountains
- Cave of the Winds
- Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
- Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
- The Royal Gorge Route Railroad
- Pikes Peak
- Cripple Creek
Cheyenne Mountain State Park