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There are many things to see and do on our mountain including experiencing spectacular views as you ascend to 14,115 feet, encounter Mother Nature on our hiking trails or watch for wildlife such as deer, elk, bighorn sheep or yellow-bellied marmots...more
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What can I say, I’m in love with Pike’s Peak! I’ve hiked the Barr and Crags Trails. Each is unique in scenery and level of difficulty. Both are well worth the effort and time. You won’t be disappointed. Do your training for Barr. Crags is...More
We drove up the mountain to see the view. The drive was wild lol because it is a small road that you have to get over some and stop to let cars pass but it's nice. We had such an awesome time. I suggest anyone...More
While visiting the area I was hoping to get to drive to the top of Pikes Peak and being as this trip was in November, I was doubtful that the full route would be open. Luckily, it had opened around lunch to the top. Be...More
There's the pikes peak train which takes you to the top. Need to reserve in advance. In winter, it doesn't go all the way to the top. But it stops at some spots and you can go out have a short walk. Quite nice, if...More
I’m sure that the peaks look amazing didn’t get a chance to see them in bright sunshine though.
Be very sure of the weather while visiting any where in Colorado Springs and also be always geared up for sudden climate changes.
This was a wonderful experience. The went and snow was blowing too hard to allow us to go to the top. We were able to go about two thirds of the way up. We did stop at the 1 store that overlooks the reservoir. There...More
The 19 mile drive to the 14,115 foot summit of Pikes Peak provides some amazing views, especially after you move past the tree line. The road is is quite curvy and in many places the illusion of driving into the sky is gut wrenching but...More