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Located at the base of Pikes Peak, this National Natural Landmark and popular park features stunning geological formations, rock climbing, nature trails and the Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center.
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A fantastic way to see the Park! Rent electric bikes across the street at the visitor center (call ahead to reserve) they give you a helmet and water. Knowledgeable tour guide and a wonderful few hours seeing the beauty of the Park and hearing the...More
Visited this iconic park with our 3 young children ages 5-10. Weather and views were beautiful! Lots of hiking opportunities and very dog friendly. We went on a mile hike and got some great pictures. Don’t miss it!
Garden of the Gods is a public (free to access) Park with many different trails and rock climbing. The area is kept very clean by the city and is beautifully scenic with plenty of bird life. The visitors center is clean, nicely organized, and informative....More
We were in Colorado for a hiking vacation and we stopped here the first day because it is an easy walk and we were getting acclimated to the thinner air. The formations that you find there are stunning. It is a very open location and...More
Garden of the Gods is a national park with breathtaking rock formations and plant life. If you have a few hours to spare on your trip to Colorado Springs you can’t go wrong with Garden of the Gods. This place is great to walk around...More
The park itself offers spectacular beauty coupled with a calm silence that seems to permeate even if there are dozens of visitors around. There are ample trails of all sorts of intensity levels to satisfy the hiker within. The visitor's center, across the street from...More
The scenery and rock formations are breathtaking!
We went twice during our stay in Colorado Springs. The first day we parked at parking lot 2. The trails that starts there will take you around the larger rock formations and are good for strolling.
this is a real pretty area that gave me a prehistoric feel. there are paved walkways that make it real easy. lots to see here including mountain climbers, deer, rock formations. if you want near parking you will have to be patient.