Pikes Peak Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPikes Peak Inn Manitou Springs
This was our third stay here and it gets better each time. We stayed in the first floor suite with a patio/balcony overlooking the river. Friendly, clean, welcoming, warm, comfortable and very good value for money. What more can anyone want; oh, yes, it is in Manitou Springs which is such a friendly, attractive place to stay.
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... history interests we visited the Manitou cave dwellings which gave us an insightful look into how some of Americas natives managed to survive in the harshness of Colorado's arid landscape. A final freezing nights sleep pushed us to book a nice room in Aspen and ignore the 'desire' to camp in a known snow location. At this elevation I think the tent camping will be taking a back burner for a while. Enjoy the pictures, we enjoyed taking them! ...
After a great breakfast I sadly left the B&B behind. My destination now was Pikes Peak where the car races are held each year. The temperature was 6.5C ! I crossed the Continental Divide at Hoosier Pass. Coming down from the Divide I road through as the brochure describes it as Treeless Grasslands in other words flat. Yesterday I saw 2 deer (one on the side of the road) and an elk, today I saw a Buffalo Farm with about 30 buffalo's and ...
Scott and I made it to the top of Pike's Peak this afternoon. Here's some video I shot "across the fruited plain" of America the Beautiful. It was about 90 degrees in Manitou Springs where we started out at about 6000 feet above sea level. At the top of Pike's' Peak it was 48 degrees at 14,100 feet elevation. Tomorrow we head to Denver to check out the walk there. ...
... out of tourists and fell into the foothills. Along the way we saw thank you's all over for the firefighters who took care of the devastating Waldo Canyon fire that up until last week threatened this area with complete destruction. I only decided on this route after cobfering with the park ranger in Florissant who told me the fire was 100% contained. In the foothills between Manitou Springs and Colorado Springs is the beautiful local park called Garden of the Gods. ...
... who ran for their life when the ghosts starting wailing at them. This was actually wind blowing through the cave, hence the name Cave of the Winds. It was a worthwhile tour which we all enjoyed.
After a quick stop at Subway for lunch, we drove to Garden of the Gods to eat it and take in the scenery. Well, Mathias couldn't wait that long and has his Italian Meatball Sub all ...