Holiday Inn Express Colorado Springs Airport

1815 Aeroplaza Dr., Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80916, United States
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COS in June

by Adpnkp

I have to be in COS in late June for business, but was thinking about staying a few days extra to see the place (never been there before). I know it is great during winter for winter sports, but any fun things to do in Summer? I love the outdoors and sightseeing and am not much into shopping, to make it easier to post your replies.

Re: COS in June

by WingLady

The Springs is very outdoor-oriented! For starters, you might enjoy:

- drive up or ride the cog railway to the top of Pikes Peak (http://www.cograilway.com/), or if you're a hiker, head up the Barr Trail that starts at Manitou Springs at least to Barr Camp (http://www.barrcamp.com/barr_trail.html)
- hike, bike, or drive through spectacular rock formations at Garden of the Gods (http://www.gardenofgods.com)
- visit the U.S. Olympic Complex, the Numismatic Museum ("money" museum), or the outstanding Pioneer Museum -- they're all listed as "free things to do" on http://www.colorado-for-free.com/ColoradoRegions/FrontRangeSouth.htm
- visit the famous Cheyenne Mountain Zoo (http://www.cmzoo.org/)

If you're into hiking or rock climbing, the area is loaded with options. Let me know if that's your interest, and I can give you some other websites that specialize in hiking and climbing to look at.

Re: COS in June

by kathymof

You could consider renting a car and driving to Mesa Verde National Park. It is the only national park dedicated to the works of man and it is wonderful.
http://www.nps.gov/meve

Travel Tips for Colorado Springs

I will never forget being able...

by Sexybear

I will never forget being able to see Pikes Peak with a snow cap in the middle of July.
Also having no more than an hour drive to go from the country,city,then be in the mountains. No matter what you enjoy, night life, restaraunts, shopping, you have it in all it's
variables.

About skiing equipment used years ago

by OlenaKyiv


From information near sculpture “About the End of an Era – Circa 1960” located near Pioneers Museum in Colorado Springs about skiing equipment century ago:

“Pioneering skiers used a single wooden pole. By the early 1900s, tow poles were in fashion. The shafts were often made from bamboo until superior poles of a light metal alloy were developed. Higher, plastic ski boots featuring buckles marked the passing of lace-up leather boots. A leather thong anchored the heel to the ski.”

Now we should appreciate the technology achievements that make our life so much easier and safer.

Bear Creek Nature Center

by basstbn

Looking for a place to take a walk, perhaps view some nature, and get away from the beaten path, Nancy and I chose Bear Creek Nature Center, an El Paso County-owned park on the outskirts of Colorado Springs. It is a very nice park and includes an exceptional visitor's center with a lot of very interesting nature exhibits geared for kids, but enjoyable by adults.

Local Favorite for Years

by kimod74 about O'Furry's Bar

O'Furry's has been around for a longtime. It is a "neighborhood" bar on the old north side of Colorado Springs on East Fillmore Street. It is kind of what I consider a rough and tumble kind of bar, but not too rough and tumble. They have music usually on weekends, a large outdoor area with a volleyball court. They have a couple of pool tables. Gets busy on the weekends. They also have a small food menu, They have THE BEST jalapeno poppers in town!!
Visit their website, has all the info you need and their menu. Casual...jeans and a t-shirt will work here.

Delicious Food and Beers

by Erin09340 about Phantom Canyon Brewing Company

Phantom Canyon Brewing Co. is one of my husband's favorite restaurants. They make their own beers and always have 8-10 on tap. My favorite beer of theirs is the Demolition Cream Ale, my husband prefers the Cascade Amber Ale. The restaurant is casual, with limited outdoor seating in the warmer months. There is also an extensive billard room upstairs and banquet facilites. For lunch, my usual dish is the Grilled beef shoulder tenderloin and mixed greens salad. My husband usually orders the tacos. For Dinner, my favorite meal, hands down, is the chicken saltimbocca with fresh sage, proscuitto, and melted fontina on creamy polenta. Chris orders the macaroni and cheese with lobster, shrimp, and crab.

We're always delighted with the food and beer, and have only once had a server that was less then exemplary.

Update: We visited in Nov, 2006 to find that the menu has been changed, and not for the better. Where as before my husband and I always enjoyed this restaurant and relied on the consistancy and deliciousness of their food, now we're less then pleased. Salads are drowning in dressing, 'specialties' are less then, and all in all, the food is sliding downhill. The service and beer remain topnotch however.

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Address: 1815 Aeroplaza Dr., Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80916, United States