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Must-See Colorado Springs Winter Attractions!

With so many must-see Colorado Springs winter attractions and activities just a few miles from the Cheyenne Mountain Resort, it is easy to find things to do!

Cave of the Winds
Celebrating over 130 years, Cave of the Winds offers something for every level of adventurist! Check out the mild and family-friendly Discovery Tour, the more rugged Lantern Tour suited for those over age 5, and after your tour enjoy the 3-mile Williams Canyon trail and overlook, browse the Visitors Center and Gift Shop, or pan for gemstones!

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Home to over 1,200 animals, you can walk the spacious zoo and be instantly transported to wild places around the globe through exhibits including the African Rift Valley, Asian Highlands and Budgie Buddies of Australia. Set on a majestic mountainside, many visitors tour the zoo from the sky on the Mountain Sky Ride

Seven Falls

Located in a natural box canyon, Seven Falls is the only waterfall in Colorado on the National Geographic International Waterfalls List. Take a winding one-mile drive along the South Cheyenne Creek and enjoy the stunning views. See Seven Falls from the Eagle’s Nest Observation Platform, accessible by a 224-step stairway or an elevator inside the mountain.

Old Colorado City 

Visit the oldest city in the Pikes Peak region. Established in 1895, Old Colorado City was home to quite the cast of characters giving this town a very colorful reputation. Browse shops, attend one of the Old Town events, dine at any of the delicious Old Colorado City restaurants all while taking in the history and grandeur of Old Colorado City.

Don’t miss out on these wonderful Colorado Springs winter attractions and activities, perfect for all ages! Book your room at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort today!


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