Colorado Springs


This growing city is famous for it’s largest summit, Pike’s Peak as well as the red rock formations hidden within the Garden of the Gods. There are plenty of historical sites and museums to explore within this ever growing city. You also don’t have to travel too far to get to great hiking, biking, and rock climbing sites. This is a great city for those who enjoy history and the great outdoors.

Local Cuisine

If you’re looking to get away from the chain restaurants and find great local eats, the best places are located downtown and in Old Colorado City. Depending on what you’re craving, you can find just about anything from fondue to the famous Rocky Mountain Oysters.

Paravicini’s Bistro
Edelweiss Restaurant
LaBaguette French Bistro
The Mason Jar
Poor Richard’s
Fargo’s Pizza
Josh & John’s Icecream
La’au’s Taco Shop
Borriello Brother’s Pizza

Phantom Canyon Brewing Company
Bristol Brewing Company
Trinity Brewing Company
Rocky Mountain Brewing Company
Colorado Mountain Brewery
Smiling Toad Brewery

Getting Around

The best way to get around Colorado Springs is by car. There is so much to see in this city, and if you have a lot of places you want to see while you’re here, I’d recommend renting a car. Another way to get around town is using the Metro bus lines. Transportation on these buses are very cost effective and cost from $0.85 to $1.75 for one ways. They also have full day passes and 20 ride tickets available.

Points of Interest

Ghost Town Museum
Western Museum of Mining & Industry
William’s Fire Museum
Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum

US Olympic Center
Garden of the Gods
Pikes Peak Cog Railway
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
Seven Falls
Mesa Verde
Will Roger’s Shrine
Cave of the Winds

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