Colorado Springs is located about 65 miles south of Denver, Colorado and is 41st in size among cities in the U. S. The current population of the commuting area is 620,000 people. When planning visits to our club you can fly directly into our Colorado Springs airport.
Colorado has the highest average elevation of the 50 states, and Colorado Springs is at an elevation of 6,035 feet (1,839 meters). The city sits at the foot of Pikes Peak which at 14,115 feet high (4,343 meters) is one of 54 peaks in the state over 14,000 feet in height.
Several major airlines serve Colorado Springs
The city attracts many tourists and information may be found on the Springs website. Some of the local attractions include:
A city park, with spectacular red sandstone rock formations.
Located to the west of the city. It is accessible by trail, highway, and Cog railroad.
One of four military academies in the nation.
One of three U.S. Olympic Training Centers, Colorado Springs is also the home of the United States Olympic Committee.
Site of one of the world's highest suspension bridges. The park is a 50 mile drive south of Colorado Springs.
From Colorado Springs to:
Denver 71 miles
Rocky Mountain National Park 142 miles
The Great Sand Dunes 170 miles
Colorado Springs, at an elevation of 6,035 ft., is a city in Colorado at the eastern foot of the Rocky Mountains.
Colorado Springs, Colorado
Seven Falls is one of Colorado’s most captivating natural wonders. This magnificent series of waterfalls is situated in a 1,250-foot-wall box canyon between the towering Pillars of Hercules. Take in
The old Appalachian folk song, Cripple Creek, had it right.
You go up to Cripple Creek to have some fun. In fact, if gambling, theatergoing, shopping, dancing and exploring catch your fancy, you can expect a ton of fun.
Bishop Castle is an "elaborate and intricate" "one-man project" named after its constructor, Jim Bishop, that has become a roadside attraction in central Colorado