Inspire the Adventurer in You!
Colorado Springs is a bustling city located at the base of the Rocky Mountains. With its many trails and parks, Colorado Springs has become a popular destination for tourists seeking breathtaking scenery, rock formations and unique geological features. Here are just a few must-see sites here!
As the most visited mountain in North America and the second most visited mountain in the world, Pikes Peak forms a stunning backdrop for Colorado Springs and the Garden of the Gods. Drive the scenic Pikes Peak Highway, take a train on the Pikes Peak Cog Railway, or hike the Barr Trail. Over a half million people reach the summit each year.
Garden of the Gods
True to its name, this National Natural Landmark is so scenic, it truly is fit for the gods with its magnificent red rock formations! Drive, stroll or bike ride and gaze at the awe-inspiring scenery with easy trails plus more intense climbing options or off-trail paths.
Located in Colorado Springs, Seven Falls cascades 181 feet in seven steps down a cliff of naturally carved Pike’s Peak granite. Hike using a self-guided audio tour, view wildlife, take a kid’s scavenger hunt plus, take an in-mountain elevator for the perfect view.
US Olympic Training Center
The US Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs is home to athletes and coaches as they train for the next Olympic Games. The center has multiple sport venues and support facilities which includes a state-of-the-art sports medicine and sport science center.
Cave of the Winds
Like adventure? Choose between three fun filled tours or try the Wind Walker Challenge.
Experience rides and attractions from mild to wild! Explore, soar and keep the whole family thrilled all day long. Also enjoy the Magic Lantern Virtual Reality Theater.
Air Force Academy
Visit the United States Air Force Academy to see where young men and women become leaders of character for our Air Force and nation. The U.S. Air Force Academy’s Visitor Center and iconic stained, glass chapel gives a view of cadet life and academy history.
Cheyenne Mountain State Park
Here you’ll find a crown jewel of Colorado’s state park system with state-of-the-art facilities and recreational opportunities. Explore nature’s diversity with 2,701 acres of prairie-to-peak ecosystems on 20 miles of hiking and biking trails.
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
No visit to the Pikes Peak region is complete without a trip to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo –that’s right, America’s only mountain zoo! Experience unforgettable adventures with breathtaking mountain habitats containing more than 800 animals from around the world.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
A world-class art museum, theatre company and art school with an array of astonishing art collections. The Center is home to the Taylor Museum of Art, Bemis School of Art and SaGaJi Theatre. It features stunning traveling exhibitions and permanent collections.
Colorado Wolf & Wildlife Center
The Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center is home to wolves, coyotes and fox that each live and thrive in large wooded enclosures that provide privacy, sanctuary and stimulation for these amazing and beautiful animals. Enjoy Wolf tours and wolf interaction opportunities.