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Garden of the Gods Foothills Jeep Tour from Colorado Springs
"Tours head out of town via North Cheyenne Canyon and into the foothills of Pike's Peak and the Rocky Mountains. Our tour stops at Helen Hunt Falls for a brief visit to a classic Colorado water fall 2000 feet above Colorado Springs. Above the falls your tour route joins the Shortline Railroad grade traversing through two historic rail road tunnels and offering spectacular vistas. The views over the city and out to the plains and beyond inspired the song ""America the Beautiful"".At the end of the rail road grade is what civilization was 100 years ago. Our tour drives through the historic districts of Old Colorado City and Manitou Springs. Your guide will point out the oldest bu"""Join us on our most popular tour! This foothills tour highlights Colorado Springs' most well known landmarks including Pike's Peak and Garden of the Gods. Our knowledgeable guides unique Colorado history and amazing scenery will provide an adventure you'll never forget."title=Highlights&1=Choice+of+morning+or+afternoon+departure&2=Family+friendly&3=Multiple+times+offered+throughout+the+day&4=Step+back+in+time+on+a+history+tour&5=Led+by+a+local+guide&6=Perfect+introduction+for+first-time+visitors
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Private Foothills Explorer Tour From Denver
"Sightseeing/Drive Itinerary. As we rise out of the Great Plains valley and climb toward the mountains the area provides fantastic viewpoints over the city. Our visit to Red Rocks Amphitheatre will astonish and amaze as it is “the only naturally-occurring acoustically perfect amphitheater in the world”*. It has been a centerpiece of cultural and concert events since 1941. After your visit including a walk through the visitor center which documents many of the concerts over the years you may be inspired to attend one of the many events that take place throughout the summer.We then climb to Lookout Mountain. Colorado is full of western stories and lore including that of the infamous Buffalo Bill Cody. His grave and a museum dedicated to his legacy
From $479.00
 
Private Tour: Denver Foothills Explorer
"As you rise out of the Great Plains valley and climb toward the mountains the area provides fantastic viewpoints over the city. This visit to Red Rocks Amphitheatre will astonish and amaze as it is “the only naturally-occurring acoustically perfect amphitheater in the world”*. It has been a centerpiece of cultural and concert events since 1941. After your visit including a walk through the visitor center which documents many of the concerts over the years you may be inspired to attend one of the many events that take place throughout the summer.You then climb to Lookout Mountain. Colorado is full of western stories and lore including that of the infamous Buffalo Bill Cody. His grave and a museum dedicated to his legacy
From $720.00

More Things to Do in Colorado Springs

USAFA

The website for the USAFA as of Oct 2001 says: "In response to heightened national security conditions, access to the Air Force Academy is now limited to official business."Personnel holding a valid...
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grandmaR
Apr 04, 2011

More than just Rocks

My favorite place in Colorado Springs is the Garden of the Gods. It is free to the public.How did it get its name you ask? Well back in 1859 two surveyors saw this place. One of the guys named M. S....
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kschatterbox
Apr 13, 2007

North Cheyenne Canon Park

This 1,600-acre park includes North Cheyenne Creek, which drops 1,800 feet over the course of 5 miles in a series of cascades and waterfalls. Helen Hunt Falls is a must see. The heavily wooded park...
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Yorick12
Oct 12, 2005

Miramont Castle

Father Jean Baptiste Francolon emigrated from France to the US in 1878. As a priest, he was assigned to Our Lady of Perpetual Help here in Manitou Springs in 1892. A few years later, he built this...
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Tom_Fields
Sep 30, 2008

Ghost Town and Wild West Musuem

This is a wonderful collection of things from the old Wild West set out in a *town* within the building. It's just like one of the old cowboy movie streets, clapboard houses, a saloon, sherriff's...
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Suet
Sep 23, 2009

Mineral Springs

Manitou Springs has 9 named Mineral springs in downtown that is fed by the snow from Pikes Peak. Used long ago for "what ails ya" You can go on a tour downtown either guided or by yourself to taste...
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AVG2319
May 26, 2007
 
 
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Olympic Complex

This sight is located in the middle of the city. Here, you can see the training facilities for the folks who represent the US Olympic team in many of the summer sports. There's a free tour of the...
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PinkFloydActuary
May 28, 2006

Cave lovers must see

For an adventurous time, take the "Guided Lantern Tour". I missed it and had to take the regular one, but it was still cool. It was about an hour long tour and this is the first cave I'd ever been in...
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elizabooper
Apr 11, 2004

Garden of Rock and Adventure

If you like hiking, this is the place to go. I took a small hike, but still saw amazing sights. There were tons of people on the drive, but only a few on the hike. Its beautiful and I definitly...
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elizabooper
Apr 11, 2004

Mozart painting-advertisement

Mozart’s painting (20 foot by 70 foot) on In-Sight Optical store wall at 12 E. Pikes Peak Ave by Kim Polonka. It was an idea of a store owner to place Mozart’s picture on the wall in 2006, the year of...
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OlenaKyiv
May 28, 2007

The Uncle Wilber Fountain

Bring your children and yourselves to the Uncle Wilber Fountain, and don’t forget swimming suits. The Uncle Wilber Fountain is a statue of a musician who pops out of the fountain with some music....
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OlenaKyiv
May 28, 2007

Visit Glen Eyrie Castle

There is a castle that was built by General Palmer who founded Colorado Springs. It is located just off the entrance to Garden of the Gods,near the headquarters. If you are lucky it will be a day...
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painterdave
Feb 08, 2011

More to do.

Much of what Colorado Springs has to offer is just up the canyon in Manitou Springs. There, you'll find the Cave of the Winds, the Pike's Peak Cog Rail, and the resort town of Manitou Springs.
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Toughluck
Apr 01, 2012

Great Dane puppy sculpture

For dogs lovers as me, it will be fun to see sculpture of a Great Dane puppy near intersection of Pikes Peak Avenue and Tejon Street. This sculpture was even in Great Dane Magazine. I like because it...
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OlenaKyiv
May 27, 2007

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