New Year, New You! Check out some of the best places to go for a hike. The incline in Manitou Springs is one of the most popular places to go hiking, and is just under a mile in length. It's perfect for an early morning hike before you start your day.
Another popular place in Colorado Springs is Garden of the Gods! You can do anything from just walking around, hike up some trails, go horse back riding, or rock climb! There's even a nice diner connected to the gift shop for you to swing by on your way out.
Below are the websites if you want to check them out and get a head start on your New Year!
It's never too early to hit the slopes! There are many ski resorts within a few hours of Colorado Springs and are perfect for a weekend with friends or family! Some of our staff's favorite locations include Keystone, Breckenridge, Vail, and Beaver Creek!All of them offer beginner courses which are perfect if it's your first time, or have family coming to visit who want to learn to ski or snowboard. They all have full size lodges to relax in after a long day of skiing and snowboarding. Each resort even has a bunch of little shops and restaurants throughout if you're staying overnight!
Don't have gear? No worries, here are some places you can rent all of your gear for a reasonable price! If you're starting off in the Springs you can grab your gear at The Ski Shop Inc., Epic Mountain Gear, or Christy Sports, and that's just to name a few. If you'd rather wait until you get where you're going there's a Christy Sports in Keystone, Breckenridge, Vail AND Beaver Creek!
Here are the resort websites so you can take a better look!
There are a number of things to do in over winter break in Colorado Springs, and surrounding areas. Everything from beautiful hiking spots, a trip up to Pike's Peak, and more! Some places may take a couple of hours to get to, but are totally worth the trip. Here is a list of some of our favorite places, we've even thrown in some cool places to go shopping and grab a bite to eat!