Why live in Colorado Springs?
Experience an average of 300 days of sunshine and average summer temperatures of 75 degrees. Enjoy local landmarks such as Garden of the Gods, Cave of the Winds, Seven Falls, and the United States Olympic Training Center.
High quality education can be achieved at the Cheyenne Mountain School District 12 or the private institution of the Colorado Springs School. Both offer college preparatory classes. Higher education institutions include Colorado College, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, Phoenix University, Regis University, and many others.
Participate in all the outdoor activities you love. Hike Pikes Peak or take the Pikes Peak Cog Railway to the top. Test your athletic skills on the Manitou Incline. Bike in Garden of the Gods or ride on the over one hundred miles of dedicated bike trails. Watch exciting professional bike racing when the US Pro Cycling Challenge returns, summer of 2012.
Spend your days on the most luscious greens in Colorado at the world famous five star Broadmoor Resort. Expand your golfing experience on courses designed by Donald Ross, Robert Trent Jones, and Nicklaus Design. If golf isn’t your thing, try the Tennis Club which has been ranked #1 by Tennis Resorts Online.
Love winter sports? You are within driving distance of five world class ski resorts: Aspen, Breckenridge, Steamboat, Telluride, and Vail.
If you’d rather spend your time being pampered indoors, enjoy a spa treatment at the Broadmoor Hotel Spa.
Would you rather watch sports than participate? Colorado College plays host to the top tier Men’s Hockey team, the Tigers. Just an hour away you can catch a professional sports game: the Colorado Rockies, the Denver Nuggets, the Denver Broncos, and the Colorado Avalanche.
Experience fine dining at the Summit, the Pepper Tree, Joseph’s, Blue Star, or the Craftwood Inn. There is a place for everyone’s taste.