Colorado Springs is a popular destination for those who enjoy the juxtaposition of city conveniences and the beauty of nature. There are a variety of nationally known activities and attractions located in and around
Choose from thrilling guided activities such as rock climbing, mountain biking, paintball or an adventurous hike. Enjoy family-friendly activities such as The Wild West Experience or learn about birds of prey at our Falconry Academy.
The Broadmoor Soaring Adventure consists of 10 zip lines (divided between two courses) that range in distance from 300 feet to 1,800 feet as well as moderate hiking, two 200 ft. rope suspension bridges, and a controlled 180-foot rappel that offers stunning views of the waterfalls and the canyon below.
New track, new trains, new depot, a new cog experience. The Broadmoor Manitou and Pikes Peak Cog Railway is reopening in May of 2021. Get ready for new experiences at a classic American icon.
Seven Falls is one of Colorado’s most captivating natural wonders. The only waterfall in Colorado on National Geographic’s list of International Waterfalls, Seven Falls is a magnificent series of waterfalls in a box canyon between the towering Pillars of Hercules.
Located in the heart of North Cheyenne Cañon’s beautiful and majestic forest, this park offers many biking, hiking and equestrian trails for all ages.
Sitting at 4,302 meters, this Colorado Rocky Mountain icon is visible from almost anywhere in the city. The summit’s breathtaking view is easily accessible via the Pikes Peak Highway, Barr Trail or The Broadmoor Manitiou and Pikes Peak Cog Railway. A spectacular new 38,000- square-foot Pikes Peak Visitor Center is expected to be completed in the spring of 2021.
This small town in the Rocky Mountain foothills, about 6 miles from The Broadmoor, is a National Historic District and remains a charming haven filled with art galleries, funky boutiques and outdoor cafes and eateries.
America’s only mountain zoo was voted #4 Best Zoo in North America by USA Today and offers comprehensive education programs, exciting conservation efforts and truly unique animal experiences like hand-feeding the largest reticulated giraffe herd in captivity.
Named the number one park in the world by TripAdvisor users, this free Colorado Springs Park is a national natural landmark boasting stunning red rock formations, ample recreation and breathtaking photo opportunities.
Located east of downtown, The Olympic Training Center is home to hundreds of athletes who live and train at the facility on a permanent or temporary basis. Public tours are conducted year round and includes a 12-minute film and 45-minute walking tour of the complex.
Located in downtown Colorado Springs, the museum is the new home of the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame, a dynamic tribute to inductees—athletes, coaches, leaders and supporters of the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic movement—and their compelling stories.
Visitors can view the Honor Court, Arnold Hall, Cadet Field House and Falcon Athletic Center from various scenic overlooks. They can also browse the Visitor Center, Falcon Stadium and Association of Graduates building.