Wednesday, 29 June 2016 22:16

Visiting Southern Colorado

Colorado Springs is a great place to live and work – it’s no wonder we hang our hats in the shadow of Pikes Peak. Over the years we have found many of our client’s vacation in the area and we are always asked for recommendations. We thought it might be fun to compile a list of some of our favorites for our friends who are visiting the area.


Looking for something healthy while absorbing the beautiful views of Manitou Springs? Visit Adam’s Mountain Café. If you venture out for breakfast, try the Orange Almond French Toast!

Pizzeria Rustica in Old Colorado City is a great place to grab a wood-fired pizza

For the microbrew aficionado don’t pass up a trip to Phantom Canyon Brewery in downtown Colorado Springs.

If you want to transport yourself to London for a pint of Guinness, try the Golden Bee at the Broadmoor.


There are many ways to enjoy the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains, most of which are budget friendly!

Garden of the Gods

The Garden of the Gods is the most visited attraction in the Pikes Peak region. Garden of the Gods offers breathtaking views of red rock formations, as well as natural scenery, rock climbing, hiking trails, and much more.

Pikes Peak

Pikes Peak is the highest summit of the Rocky Mountains reaching 14,115 feet. The mountain offers sightseeing in addition to miles of hiking and biking trails, and three reservoirs that provide ample opportunities to catch fish.

United States Olympic Training Center

The Olympic Training Center is a training center for the U.S. Olympic Committee and Olympic Training Center programs.The Center brings in 130,000 visitors a year, and guided tours are given year-round.

Old Colorado City

This town is filled with an abundance of history, shops, and mouthwatering restaurants. Old Colorado City provides museums, rock climbing, horseback riding, and water parks. .

Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo

The rodeo has been a tradition for more than 70 years, promising significant excitement and traditional events guaranteed to please the whole family.

Helen Hunt Falls

A great hike that takes you to the face of Helen Hunt Falls. The hiking trails are dog friendly (with a leash) and have picnic areas around and near the site.