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Colorado Springs is a mountain metropolis situated just south of Denver and next to Pikes Peak. There are educational exhibits available at the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum, The McAllister House and the Ghost Town Museum. Outdoor enthusiasts will appreciate the Garden of the Gods, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, and the Cave of the Winds. Cultural aficionados will enjoy Anasazi relics from the Manitou Cliff Dwelling, and there are rotating collections at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center.
Central downtown is the community’s most active sector and where you will find some of the city’s hotel options. The World Arena regularly brings in live sports and music. If you want a quieter time, venture up to Manitou Springs for a peaceful retreat. The Colorado Springs Airport (COS) is the city's own internal flight center, handling many smaller flights, but travelers may land at Denver International Airport (DEN), which is about 90 miles away. The easiest travel route is on CO-83 S. The Mountain Metro bus system provides local public transportation, with a dozen routes between the Downtown Terminal and Citizens' Center.
With the lowest elevation more than 5,000 feet above sea level and the highest over 7,000 feet, Colorado Springs is known for brisk temperatures and sunny skies. The city is home to several United States military installations including NORAD and the Air Force Academy.
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