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The U.S. Olympic Complex

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Sitting on 35 acres just east of downtown Colorado Springs, the Olympic Training Center supports multiple resident programs and a variety of special training camps and competitions.... Read full article

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

Royal Gorge Bridge & Park

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Still standing tall, the Royal Gorge Bridge sits 956 feet above the Arkansas River and is home to spectacular views and thrill-seeking attractions providing family fun. ... 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

Dinosaur Resource Center

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One of the most unusual, and unexpected Woodland Park surprises is the Dinosaur Resource Center. Not a small town tourist trap, the Dinosaur Resource Center is in reality one of the most active paleontology labs in the world! ... 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

Academy Chapel

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"Massed like a group of fighter jets shooting up into the sky, the Air Force Academy Chapel is one of the most photographed man-made structures in Colorado. Soaring 150 feet toward the Colorado sky, the Air Force Academy Chapel is an all-faith house... Read full article

Donkeys

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Come to Cripple Creek, and you may see a herd of donkeys freely roaming the streets. During the Gold Rush, miners would use donkeys to assist with mining and hauling tasks. ... Read full article

Cripple Creek Gaming History

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Gold miners of the 1890s sought riches - not only by laboring deep under Cripple Creek, but also by playing games of chance in the boomtown’s saloons and casinos.... Read full article