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Old Colorado City

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March 15, 2020
In Old Colorado City, you'll find eclectic boutiques, award winning restaurants, and charming local art galleries. At night, the pubs and restaurants become hubs for live music and performances as well as some of the country’s best beer, wine and spirits — all made right here at home.
March 9, 2020
Great places to shop and good food
March 7, 2020
Along Highway 24 east, duck into Garden of the Gods Gourmet restaurant. It is a full scale restaurant with a take out section and bakery, too. While you are in that area, check out Old Colorado City, with Jake and Telly’s Greek food and Bon Ton Cafe. Go to Jives in the evening for coffee, and…
Joel And Erin
Joel And Erin
March 3, 2020
This is a cute old downtown street with art galleries, cafes, bars, shopping, and restaurants.
March 3, 2020
In Busy Old Colorado City art galleries and quaint gift stores cluster alongside jewelers, candy shops, and tattoo parlors in 19th-century brick buildings along Colorado Avenue. Dining options range from American eateries to Italian trattorias and Greek taverns. The Old Colorado History Museum has…

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“Beautiful park more trafficked by locals. It has some of the same rock formations as Garden of the Gods, just not as prominent. Good mountain biking terrain especially for more beginner-intermediate skill level Dogs are allowed, but leash laws are strictly enforced at this park. Rangers are known to give out tickets without a warning first”
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“One of the best zoo's we have been to. Placed in the side of the mountains this place will be fun for the whole family.”
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“And of course there’s Pikes Peak. A new visitor center on top is being constructed, so if you drive up, you will take a shuttle from Mile Marker 16. It is a pay tollway, and the fee is $15 per person or $50 carload in the peak season. More info at pikespeak.us.com. Also, you can hike up from the front side, which is 26 miles, round trip, or drive around to the backside and hike up the Crags and Devil's Playground. Just be prepared for the intensity, and don't take it lightly, because you will be hiking up to 14, 110 feet! ”
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“Okay. So we haven't actually been to the Cave of the Winds. I asked a fellow Coloradan to write up a review for me. Aaaaand this is now on my list of things to do this summer! Here's his review: "OMG, the Cave is really one of the hidden jewels in all of Colorado! We toured the cave for the second time a few years ago and the experience was epic - both times! I’ve been to many caves all around the country and this one was very unique from the scale of it to the history behind it. I think every bit of that had to do with our tour guide. She knew the history and the stories very well and had an amazing personality that kept the group entertained. Now, about the rides... I’m at a loss for words to describe them so just believe me when I tell you hands down the best in the state. WE’RE GOING BACK in 2020!!!!"”
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Colorado Springs, CO 80904