Towering 14,110 feet above Colorado Springs, this mountain serves as one of the nation's most famous landmarks. Access to the ... More
Towering 14,110 feet above Colorado Springs, this mountain serves as one of the nation's most famous landmarks. Access to the summit can be obtained via the Pike's Peak Cog Railway, or by driving the Pikes Peak Highway which winds through stands of pine and aspen before cresting above tree line. Katherine Lee Bates was so moved by her visit to the summit that it inspired her to pen "America the Beautiful." Bring a jacket as the temperature is about 20 degrees cooler up top.
Since 1891, the world's highest cog railroad has been chugging tourists up Pikes Peak to its summit of 14,110 feet.
The three hour and ten minute trip, which includes 30 minutes on the summit, winds through stands of pine ...
This three block historic district of restored brick buildings once served as Colorado's original capitol back in 1861. Today it
is both a shopping and dining magnet. Old brick buildings and thick towering trees hem both sides of Colorado ...
This city country club features an 18 hole course built by Willie Watson. Despite having wide fairways and generous greens
there are enough trees, traps and the visual distraction of stunning mountain views to get you in trouble. In ...