Colorado Springs holiday information
|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£722|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£715|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£918|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£929|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£689|
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At the foot of Pikes Peak in the east central region of Colorado sits Colorado Springs, a picturesque lakeside city surrounded by blue mountains, dappled green forest, and majestic rocky outcrops. Consistently rated as one of America’s best places to live, Colorado Springs is a breath of fresh air in the great outdoors. With every activity on offer including hiking, horse riding, cycling, sightseeing, rock climbing and whitewater rafting, embark on an active adventure in one of America’s favourite cities. Colorado Springs holidays will restore every traveller's health and well-being.
Planning Colorado Springs holidays
Colorado Springs is in the Mountain Standard Time (GMT - 7) zone and enjoys a semi-arid climate. Plan Colorado Springs holidays from April to August, when the city and mountains come alive with wildflowers and the weather is perfect for exploring. Arrive via Colorado Springs Municipal Airport or Denver International Airport. The city is serviced by major highways and the Mountain Metro public transport system, however the best way to get around is by foot.
Discover Colorado Springs
With its striking natural beauty and endless activities, Colorado Springs holidays offer a refreshing and invigorating experience. A must-see is the Garden of the Gods, a series of dramatic sandstone formations enclosed by parklands and excellent for hiking or rock climbing. See the inspiration for the song “America, the Beautiful” and visit the famous Pikes Peak, which looms majestically over the city - the cornerstone for all Colorado Springs holidays. For a spectacular view, take the Cog Rail, drive, or even hike or jog up to the summit. Enjoy some waterside scenery by visiting Seven or Helen Hunt Falls, or explore the Cave of the Winds near Manitou. The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and the May Natural History Museum are favourites with families. Drive south of town to reach the Arkansas River for a day of whitewater rafting, fishing, and exploring the Royal Gorge.