There’s never been a better time to visit Colorado Springs
Perched at an elevation of 6,035 feet at the eastern end of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado Springs is brimming with a sense of adventure. Coming here is experiencing the outdoors as nature intended 80 million years ago when the Rockies first took shape. A typical spring day is unpredictable, so layers are highly recommended. Temperatures range from 30s and snowing to 65s and sunny even in the same week. Visitors will appreciate that the area enjoys 300 days of sunshine each year, allowing for milder temperatures.
With over 50 area attractions, including an abundance of outdoor adventuresvisitors will not be left out. Broadmoor Seven Falls is one of Colorado’s most captivating natural wonders. Take in stunning vistas of verdant valleys, striking rock formations and golden meadows as you climb the challenging 224 steps to hiking trails and the banks of glistening streams that feed Seven Falls and its 181-foot waterfall. Cheyenne Mountain Zoo houses hippos and penguins via a special exhibit design that enhances their environment and supports successful breeding programs for both species. Discovery tour at Cave of the Winds Mountain Park is a perfect way to learn about the history and geology of the cave and see some of the most beautiful formations.
Royal Gorge Bridge and Park Home to America’s tallest suspension bridge and zipline and the world’s scariest Skycoaster, the park has something for everyone. Hike around Paint Mines Interpretive Park, dine and shop in Historic Manitou Springs Where Colorado Old Townattend a show at Iron Springs Castle Melodramago on a Polaris excursion with Great Outdoor Adventures or visit the Space Foundation Discovery Center.
Travel off the beaten track for a greater sense of adventure and explore the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center for a personalized walking tour through the sanctuary, guaranteed to offer up-close views of the magnificent, majestic, and elusive wolf. Learn about Colorado’s paleontological history at Royal Gorge Dinosaur Experience.
A conveniently located hotel in downtown Colorado Springs, Landing of relatives was started and is run by locals. CEO and Founder Bobby Mikulas has created a comfortable and unique space for customers to plan and launch their adventure. With the Ultimate Hotel Takeover package, up to 100 guests can literally take over the entire hotel. Mikulas says, “After more than two years of travel restrictions and the desire for in-person connections, we thought what better way to bring families, groups and businesses together than a comprehensive hotel takeover experience, inclusive and organized?
Kinship Landing’s boutique layout, with 34 suites and six stunning eight-bed dorms, uniquely positions the hotel to accommodate groups of up to 125 who seek authentic, long-awaited gatherings in privacy from their own hotel. “Not only is this package a great catalyst for authentic human connection, but this experience provides the fabric of true camaraderie,” adds Mikulas. “It’s important to recognize that much of the collaboration and trust in team environments happens outside of formal training. That’s why our resume package is perfect for businesses, corporate teams , sports organizations, youth groups and extended families.
Alexea Veneracion, communications manager at Visit Colorado Springs, says: “Places like Kinship Landing strengthen the bond between locals and visitors and help them feel welcome. Based on our yearly research data, we have a high percentage of repeat visits, indicating that people are enjoying their stay here. »
Other options for accommodation include Royal Gorge Cabins/Tents in nearby Canon, which takes camping to the next level with an ideal balance for rustic adventurers who love the crackle of a campfire but also the comfort of a cabin. Wildwood Hotel & Casino at Cripple Creek, the highest destination for 24/7 gambling in the world; non-stop action with over 500 slots to choose from; and comfortable rooms with mountain views. the Broadmoor is a legendary Colorado Springs resort destination with picturesque mountain views and luxurious accommodations that celebrates over 100 years of indulgent service and amenities.
Visitors can choose from a wide range of dining options. Crystal Park Canteen is widely known for its delicious margaritas using 100% agave tequilas and fresh juices as well as local craft beers and wines. COATI offers giant gourmet sandwiches on fluffy French rolls named after city poplar landmarks. Uva Wine Bar combines the passions of two wine enthusiasts. Odyssey Gastro Pub offers hand-finished chart tables that will keep you dreaming for your next trip. Original artwork and other unique creations adorn the brick and plaster walls. Stella Pizza Cafe treats its guests to handmade pasta that is stretched and produced in-house, and every dish is made from scratch every day. Savor real Spanish tapas at TAPAteria.
Although spring is an idyllic season to experience Colorado Springs, the bustling city rolls out the red carpet for visitors 365 days a year.