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Hiking and Mountain Biking Around Cripple Creek

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Hikers and mountain bikers discover a treasure when they check out Cripple Creek.  The famous Gold Camp Trail winds through Poverty Gulch, passing historic mining structures and fields of aspens as hikers make their way up or down the mountain. ... Read full article

Seven Falls

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Come see for yourself the beauty of South Cheyenne Canyon and Seven Falls!... Read full article

Woodland Park

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Enjoy comfortable summers and mild winters in "The City Above The Clouds", Woodland Park, Colorado. Just 18 miles west of Colorado Springs in Teller County, experience the history, adventure and beauty of the Rocky Mountains. ... Read full article

Garden of the Gods

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Home of the Kissing Camels and Balanced Rock... Read full article

Old Colorado City

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Spend the day discovering the rich culture and colorful past of Old Colorado City, the first permanent town in the Pikes Peak region. ... Read full article

The U.S. Olympic Complex

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Where can you find up to a thousand tourists a day, an inventory of unique Olympic-related apparel and merchandise, a pond (complete with ducks in the summer) and flags representing 204 countries from around the world? At the U.S. Olympic Complex.... Read full article

Cañon City

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"Welcome to Cañon City, Colorado—home of the world famous Royal Gorge Bridge and Park. You’ll find that Cañon City is a real community, filled with pride and real people. Adventure awaits you in Fremont County. White water rafting on the Arkansas... Read full article

Welcome to Cañon City

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"Welcome to Cañon City, Colorado—home of the world famous Royal Gorge Bridge and Park. You’ll find that Cañon City is a real community, filled with pride and real people. Adventure awaits you in Fremont County. White water rafting on the Arkansas... Read full article

Manitou Springs

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Life At Its Peak™ ... Read full article

Pikes Peak or Bust

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Don’t leave the Colorado Springs area without scheduling time to explore Pikes Peak, the most visited mountain in North America and the second most visited mountain in the world, behind Mount Fuji. This magnificent mountain, at an elevation of 14,115... Read full article