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Garden of the Gods Resort and Club is the only destination in Colorado Springs offering a truly world-class resort and wellness experience, with an awe-inspiring view of the geologic formations that give this iconic landscape its name. It’s an energizing escape from the ordinary, a place to reconnect with the things that matter most — to restore, renew, and lose yourself to the charms of an experience unlike any other.
Colorado Springs, at an elevation of 6,035 ft., is a city in Colorado at the eastern foot of the Rocky Mountains. It lies near glacier-carved Pikes Peak, a landmark in Pike National Forest with hiking trails and a cog railway leading to its 14,114-ft. summit. The city’s Garden of the Gods park features iconic red-sandstone formations and mountain views.
Experience Outdoor Everything in Colorado
Whether you’re seeking a thrill or just a bit of peaceful nature, Colorado’s got year-round activities for you. As one of the most versatile and active states in the US, Colorado is the proverbial one-stop-shop for all of your adventuring aspirations. The state’s outdoor offerings are virtually endless, including hiking, skiing, rafting, biking, climbing, soaking and more. With so much to do in Colorado, we recommend circling the whole state. Fly into Denver, and then loop back a week or two later once you’ve seen it all.
When it comes to outdoor adventures, Colorado beckons explorers, no matter the season.
In addition to world-renowned skiing, whitewater rafting and hiking, Colorado has four national parks and eight national monuments that encompass a tremendous variety of activities, wildlife, landmarks and natural beauty. Starting in the gateway city of Denver, you’ll experience the great outdoors along scenic byways that only Colorado can deliver, from lush forests and roaring rivers to windy plains and massive sand dunes. Before you go, make sure your phone or camera has plenty of space for photos.
Grand Lake: A Rocky Mountain Town with Soul
Grand Lake is considered the western gateway to RMNP, and you can expect an equal abundance of activities in nature. Winter sports are especially noteworthy, including snowshoeing, Nordic skiing and ice fishing, but the snowmobiling is so epic, it’s known as the Snowmobiling Capital of Colorado. Local outfitters offer rentals and guided tours of 482 kilometers of groomed and backcountry trails. Even the town streets are designated snowmobiling trails in the winter. When the snow melts, enjoy the plethora of warm-weather fun at Colorado’s largest natural lake: fishing, sailing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and sunbathing, all with gorgeous views of Mount Craig (also called Mount Baldy) as a backdrop. Take the short hike to Adams Falls before you leave. The series of cascading waterfalls is great for pictures and the hike is appropriate for all fitness levels.
When it comes to outdoor adventures, Colorado beckons explorers, no matter the season!