Old Stage Ranch

Address: 6725 Old Stage Road, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80906, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 6725 Old Stage Road, Colorado Springs, is near Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Seven Falls, Will Rogers Memorial Shrine of the Sun, and Cheyenne Mountain.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Old Stage Ranch Colorado Springs

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Travel Blogs from Colorado Springs

Last Day in Colorado Springs

A travel blog entry by judyweemes on Aug 20, 2014

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... to the motor home . Had some cereal, and a shower, then we got in the jeep, and drove out of Colorado Springs, around Pikes Peak, thru curvy mountainous road to Cripple Creek. It's really a beautiful drive. We spent the day there , returned to Colorado Springs thru the usual afternoon rain shower. I took a picture from our patio, of a ...

Some Background

A travel blog entry by a_warner on Mar 20, 2014

This entire trip was really a stroke of luck and good timing. After traveling to the Bahamas in December, I made it a goal to travel as much and as often as possible. Being immersed in a different culture was an eye opening experience and made me realize that the world is a big place and that I know absolutely nothing about it. With this new commitment and spring break coming up, I decided to branch out ...

Day 5 - Rest and Leisure

A travel blog entry by sunnydazed on Jul 03, 2013

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... wait around 45 minutes for the next open tour of the cave. This translated into a long wait touring and retouring the gift shop.

There were two tours available: the Discovery Tour and the Lantern Tour. We chose the Discovery Tour since the wait would be less. The Lantern Tour is a much spookier experience since the only light source is a candle lantern that each person carries. Tymber and I both wanted to the do the ...

Pick up the Bike + Pikes Peak

A travel blog entry by kiwiplanner on Sep 04, 2012

... much choice) and waited til boarding time. When we boarded we ending up finding some other seats as half the carriage didn't have anyone in it. The views on the way up were great, both of the mountain and also looking out over the plains below. From the top of the Peak we were supposed to be able to see four States (Colorado, Kansas, maybe Oklahoma & New Mexico?) as well as the Continental Divide (these shadowy mountains made a scenic backdrop) and ...

Big screen, big fires and big steak

A travel blog entry by spoggle on Jul 21, 2012

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... a stable that had been given to us as a landmark on how to head back to the house. It seems the old adage about mad dogs, englishmen and midday sun rings true, as this was a silly time to go walking, but we did enjoy the fresh air and the chance to stretch our legs. We got home, sweaty, a bit pink and ready for some refreshments, and decided to reward ourselves with a treat in the cinema room. Went and got ourselves some lunch and settled in to watch a ...