Glen Eyrie Castle & Conference Center

Address: 3820 North 30th Street, Colorado Springs, Colorado, 80934, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 3820 North 30th Street, Colorado Springs, is near Garden of the Gods, Arcade Amusements, Inc, Flying W Ranch, and Glen Eyrie Castle.
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      Travel Blogs from Colorado Springs

      Railroad to the Sky

      A travel blog entry by jackandcece on Sep 05, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... way to sunshine and we were rewarded with bright, crisp vistas in all directions. We traveled through several bio-diverse zones during the 90-minute journey. We passed by enormous rock formations, thick pine forests, aspens waiting to turn brilliant yellow and red, sloping meadows, and finally into open tundra, well above the tree line.

      At the summit we discovered that the top of Pikes Peak is flat! It’s not a peak! But it’s also dramatic because it drops ...

      Fossils and Gold Mining

      A travel blog entry by wright2 on May 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... been petrified in the park that you could view from behind fences. Unlike the petrified trees in AZ
      that were dark in color and lying on the ground, the trees here were very light in color, almost white, these were in the form of stumps where you could actually see the root flair and the diameter of the original tree. Leaving the National Park we headed south on County Rt 1 to the town of Cripple Creek, and along the way ...

      Ascending to Over 14000 ft!!

      A travel blog entry by brytorlyn on Oct 24, 2013

      22 photos

      ... steep grade up the hill. The train will take us up to an alpine zone so we are told the temperature can be 30 degrees Fahrenheit cooler at the top. This area is above the tree line and this is evident as we look up the mountain to the treeless top.



      We ...

      Chooo choooo!

      A travel blog entry by rob.ohman on Jul 24, 2013

      ... affects of the altitude a little - either that or i was just dehydrated... Either way it wasn't a bother. Went into the shop and bought a few bits and bobs, including the WORLD FAMOUS PIKES PEAK CHOCOLATE COVERED DOUGHNUTS!!! Not sure what all the hype is about... They don't taste that great, in fact they taste like swedish peppakaka (?spelling). Oh well.. we also bought some maple fudge, which we found out later is very ...

      Goodbye mountains

      A travel blog entry by richandjanell on Jun 09, 2013

      5 photos

      ... sightseeing here as we did most of this area last time we were through a couple of years ago. The weather has been beautiful except it has rained in the afternoon both days we have been here. We love the rain so it doesn't bother us. We'll see what's in store for us today. A campfire and BBQ steak is set for our last night.
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