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Tarryall River Ranch

Phone

(719) 748-1214

Toll Free

800-408-8407
27001 County Road 77
Lake George, CO 80827
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With looming Pike's Peak, near Historic Cripple Creek and adjoining Lost Creek Wilderness Area, the scenery combining with great activities provide for a great vacation. 800-408-8407.

Royal View Campground

Phone

719-275-1900
43590 U.S. 50
Canon City, CO 81212
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The family fun place located one mile west of the world's highest suspension bridge. Swimming Pool - Mini Golf - Game Room - Movies - Tent Sites - Camper Cabins and more.

Raft Masters

Phone

719-275-6645
2315 East Main St
Canon City, CO 81212
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Raft Masters takes pride in offering absolutely the best professional rafting experiences on the Arkansas River. Call 1-800-568-7238 today!

Rainbow Vista House

5Bed / 4Bath, Hot Tub, Amazing Views, Hiking, Bike Path, Parking

Located 10 minutes from Garden of the Gods, the zoo, and downtown Colorado Springs. Spectacular views!

The Colorado Climbing Company

Phone

719-209-6649
1031 Mt. Werner Circle
Colorado Springs, CO 80905
The Colorado Climbing Company provides trained and certified climbing guides who will teach you everything you need to know to learn the basics of rock climbing or to take your skills to the next level.  With options in Colorado Springs, Grand Junction, Denver and Boulder, choose from guided climbs, climbing classes, private climbs, and more!

The Broadmoor Hotel

Phone

(719) 623-5112

Toll Free

(855) 634-7711
1 Lake Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
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The Broadmoor is a 5 star/5 diamond luxury hotel and resort area, located in southwestern Colorado Springs. Built in the early 1900’s, the Broadmoor was the premier resort destination in the Rockies during the railroad era. Home to the #3 ranked tennis facility along with USGA championship courses, The Broadmoor offers a one of a kind hotel experience.

Holden House 1902 Victorian Bed & Breakfast Inn

Phone

719-471-3980

Toll Free

888-565-3980
1102 W. Pikes Peak Avenue
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
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Holden House 1902 Victorian Bed & Breakfast Inn is an award-winning B&B voted "Best" for Honeymoon/Anniversary. Romantic Victorians with guest suites boasting fireplaces, oversized tubs for two, TV/DVD/modem/telephones. Centrally located near shopping, restaurants and activities. Gourmet breakfasts/afternoon wine. AAA/Mobil Inspected.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

Phone

719.634.5583
30 West Dale Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
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The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center strives to enrich the community through visual arts, performing arts, and arts education in the Colorado Springs area.  With a full service theatre showing plays and musicals, a museum showcasing the FAC collection, and the Bemis School of Art bringing new art and artists to the community, the FAC provides a range of ways to enjoy and experience art.  Established in 1936, the FAC has become one of the top cultural attractions in the state.

Pikes Peak Cog Railway

Phone

(719) 685-5401
515 Ruxton Ave
Manitou Springs, CO 80829
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Completed in 1891, this is the highest cog railway in the world & the highest railroad of any kind in the United States, reaching almost the very top of Pikes Peak at 14,110 feet. It climbs 7,539 vertical feet in 9 short miles.
A cog railway has wheels that are great big gears, with monstrous teeth that fit into the cogs of the track. This allows the train to climb some impressively steep mountainsides.
Today's railway features modern Swiss-made engines & railcars, unlike the cruder open cars of yester-year.

Garden of the Gods

Phone

719.634.6666
1805 N. 30th st.
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
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The Garden Of The Gods was named in 1859 by two surveyers who were founding nearby Colorado City. The name stuck due to the spectacular and jagged red sandstone rock formations that abruptly stick hundreds of feet into the sky. 240 acres were originally purchased in 1879 by Charles Perkins, owner of the Burlington Railroad; he loved the landscape so much he added more land over the years, and wanted it to be preserved as a park for all to enjoy. After he died, his children respected his wishes and donated the entire 480 acres to the city of Colorado Springs in 1909.