Guidebook for Peakview Cabin in Divide

Christopher
Christopher
Guidebook for Peakview Cabin in Divide

Parks & Nature

23 minutes away. Beneath a grassy mountain valley in central Colorado lies one of the richest and most diverse fossil deposits in the world, including petrified Sequoia trees. Up to 1700 different species have been described at this monument. A majority of those fossils are fragile, detailed compression, and impression fossils of insects and plants. The largest fossils are massive—petrified Sequoia trees up to 14 feet wide!
140 locals recommend
Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument
15807 Co Rd 1
140 locals recommend
23 minutes away. Beneath a grassy mountain valley in central Colorado lies one of the richest and most diverse fossil deposits in the world, including petrified Sequoia trees. Up to 1700 different species have been described at this monument. A majority of those fossils are fragile, detailed compression, and impression fossils of insects and plants. The largest fossils are massive—petrified Sequoia trees up to 14 feet wide!
22 minutes away. A popular watchable wildlife area, Mueller is home to abundant wildlife including elk, black bear, hawks, and mule deer. Mueller State Park has over 5,000 acres of spring-fed meadows, forested ridges and massive rocks of Pikes Peak Granite with several ponds that dot the landscape. The park supports a variety of plant-life ranging from native grasses and wildflowers to stands of spruce, fir, pine and aspen. Along with the elk, mule deer and bears, many small mammals and birds share the park's habitat. Visitors can enjoy year-round recreational opportunities including camping, picnicking, trail use, fishing and nature studies. Winter activities include sledding, snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Every season is a photographers delight. Mueller State Park welcomes leashed pets in campgrounds, picnic areas and on the paved roads, but not on the hiking trails or in the backcountry. By keeping pets off of the trails, we increase the chances of visitors seeing the various species of wildlife in the park and are better able to maintain this pristine Watchable Wildlife Area. Come up today and enjoy Mueller State Park!
122 locals recommend
Mueller State Park
21045 CO-67
122 locals recommend
22 minutes away. A popular watchable wildlife area, Mueller is home to abundant wildlife including elk, black bear, hawks, and mule deer. Mueller State Park has over 5,000 acres of spring-fed meadows, forested ridges and massive rocks of Pikes Peak Granite with several ponds that dot the landscape. The park supports a variety of plant-life ranging from native grasses and wildflowers to stands of spruce, fir, pine and aspen. Along with the elk, mule deer and bears, many small mammals and birds share the park's habitat. Visitors can enjoy year-round recreational opportunities including camping, picnicking, trail use, fishing and nature studies. Winter activities include sledding, snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Every season is a photographers delight. Mueller State Park welcomes leashed pets in campgrounds, picnic areas and on the paved roads, but not on the hiking trails or in the backcountry. By keeping pets off of the trails, we increase the chances of visitors seeing the various species of wildlife in the park and are better able to maintain this pristine Watchable Wildlife Area. Come up today and enjoy Mueller State Park!
27 minutes away. Manitou Lake is a 5-acre reservoir where the entire family can enjoy fishing and hiking Trail #670 around the lake. Due to easy area access and popularity, fishing occurs year-round in the reservoir. All sites have tables, fire grates, and trash collection. Swimming, wading, and all body contact with the water in the reservoir is prohibited. Directions: From Colorado Springs, travel on US Highway 24 approximately 18 miles to Woodland Park. Take Highway 67 north approximately 7 miles. Manitou Lake is on the right (east) side of the highway one mile north of Colorado Campground. General Notes: Manitou Lake Pavilion is a day use facility with no overnight stays allowed. In addition to the $50 fee for the pavilion, there will be $8.00 per vehicle fee paid upon arrival. For larger groups which might utilize a bus, the vehicle fee is $50.00. The facility is limited to 50 occupants. No discount is accepted for use of this facility.
29 locals recommend
Manitou Lake
Colorado 67
29 locals recommend
27 minutes away. Manitou Lake is a 5-acre reservoir where the entire family can enjoy fishing and hiking Trail #670 around the lake. Due to easy area access and popularity, fishing occurs year-round in the reservoir. All sites have tables, fire grates, and trash collection. Swimming, wading, and all body contact with the water in the reservoir is prohibited. Directions: From Colorado Springs, travel on US Highway 24 approximately 18 miles to Woodland Park. Take Highway 67 north approximately 7 miles. Manitou Lake is on the right (east) side of the highway one mile north of Colorado Campground. General Notes: Manitou Lake Pavilion is a day use facility with no overnight stays allowed. In addition to the $50 fee for the pavilion, there will be $8.00 per vehicle fee paid upon arrival. For larger groups which might utilize a bus, the vehicle fee is $50.00. The facility is limited to 50 occupants. No discount is accepted for use of this facility.
9 mins away. Explore this 5.1-mile loop trail near Divide, Colorado. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 1 h 47 min to complete. This is a popular trail for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome and may be off-leash in some areas.
Women’s Trail 375
885 Co Rd 511
9 mins away. Explore this 5.1-mile loop trail near Divide, Colorado. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 1 h 47 min to complete. This is a popular trail for hiking, horseback riding, and mountain biking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome and may be off-leash in some areas.
7 minutes away. Great for ATV's. A lot of good trails. The 717 Loop is good mostly for dirt bike but ATV can get through the tight spots but just a bit slower. The further N you go on it the hairier it gets but nothing most can't handle. Biggest problem is ALL THE WOOPS. There are quite a few on these trials.
Manchester Creek Trail Head
7 minutes away. Great for ATV's. A lot of good trails. The 717 Loop is good mostly for dirt bike but ATV can get through the tight spots but just a bit slower. The further N you go on it the hairier it gets but nothing most can't handle. Biggest problem is ALL THE WOOPS. There are quite a few on these trials.
28 minutes away. This hike was a good length hike at 4.8 miles but did have some ascent. It took about 3 hours in and back. The views from the top were amazing. All of the traffic and rocks at the top made the trail hard to find, not sure if I would attempt this in snow. Dirt road access, but seems like it would be accessible to all vehicle types. Not great in the winter. 615 Teller County Rd 62, Divide, CO 80814
32 locals recommend
Crags Trail Head
615 Teller Co Rd 62
32 locals recommend
28 minutes away. This hike was a good length hike at 4.8 miles but did have some ascent. It took about 3 hours in and back. The views from the top were amazing. All of the traffic and rocks at the top made the trail hard to find, not sure if I would attempt this in snow. Dirt road access, but seems like it would be accessible to all vehicle types. Not great in the winter. 615 Teller County Rd 62, Divide, CO 80814
57 minutes away. GREAT FOR FISHING. Hiking as well.
24 locals recommend
Eleven Mile Reservior
24 locals recommend
57 minutes away. GREAT FOR FISHING. Hiking as well.
45 minutes away. Scenic views of Pikes Peak. GREAT FOR FISHING. Nice long but mostly level hike around.
Rampart Reservoir, Colorado 80921, USA
45 minutes away. Scenic views of Pikes Peak. GREAT FOR FISHING. Nice long but mostly level hike around.
33 minutes away. Just a very pretty out and back hike. Platte River Trailhead, 841 Co Rd 112, Lake George, CO 80827 Experience this 6.8-mile out-and-back trail near Florissant, Colorado. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 2 h 53 min to complete. This is a popular trail for hiking and mountain biking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.
Platte River Trailhead
33 minutes away. Just a very pretty out and back hike. Platte River Trailhead, 841 Co Rd 112, Lake George, CO 80827 Experience this 6.8-mile out-and-back trail near Florissant, Colorado. Generally considered a moderately challenging route, it takes an average of 2 h 53 min to complete. This is a popular trail for hiking and mountain biking, but you can still enjoy some solitude during quieter times of day. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.

Entertainment & Activities

37 minutes away. With two cave tours to choose from, one will be right for you! Our most popular family friendly Discovery Tour is a perfect way to learn about the history and geology of the cave and see some of the most beautiful formations. For those who want something more daring and spooky, our Lantern Tour is an adventure into the mountain with only a hand held lantern to light your way! Terror-dactyl The first of its kind anywhere in the world, this ride sits on the edge of a 200-foot cliff in Williams Canyon in Manitou Springs. Those brave enough to ride will be launched over 150 feet into the canyon at nearly 100 miles per hour! Wind Walker Challenge Course Experience fun and adventure on our unique 3-story obstacle course, the Wind Walker Challenge Course. Balanced atop the edge of Williams Canyon, with a 600 foot drop, the Wind Walker Challenge Course will thrill you with its maze of steel beams, ropes, and ladders. After being placed in a full-body harness and attached to an overhead tracking system, you will be able to navigate through the Wind Walker Challenge Course. This 3-story course is guaranteed to be fun for all ages. There is even a spot where you can venture out and peer directly down into Williams Canyon, if you are up for the extra challenge. Bat-A-Pult Get ready to take to the skies on the Bat-a-Pult, an epic, 1200-foot round-trip aerial attraction high along the wild and beautiful Williams Canyon. The ride leaves from its roost high in the rafters of our Pavilion, launching you on an epic, 1,200-foot round-trip flight across Williams Canyon at speeds of nearly 40 mph. For little ones, you can experience the thrill with Mom or Dad right at your side!
466 locals recommend
Cave of the Winds Mountain Park
100 Cave of the Winds Rd
466 locals recommend
37 minutes away. With two cave tours to choose from, one will be right for you! Our most popular family friendly Discovery Tour is a perfect way to learn about the history and geology of the cave and see some of the most beautiful formations. For those who want something more daring and spooky, our Lantern Tour is an adventure into the mountain with only a hand held lantern to light your way! Terror-dactyl The first of its kind anywhere in the world, this ride sits on the edge of a 200-foot cliff in Williams Canyon in Manitou Springs. Those brave enough to ride will be launched over 150 feet into the canyon at nearly 100 miles per hour! Wind Walker Challenge Course Experience fun and adventure on our unique 3-story obstacle course, the Wind Walker Challenge Course. Balanced atop the edge of Williams Canyon, with a 600 foot drop, the Wind Walker Challenge Course will thrill you with its maze of steel beams, ropes, and ladders. After being placed in a full-body harness and attached to an overhead tracking system, you will be able to navigate through the Wind Walker Challenge Course. This 3-story course is guaranteed to be fun for all ages. There is even a spot where you can venture out and peer directly down into Williams Canyon, if you are up for the extra challenge. Bat-A-Pult Get ready to take to the skies on the Bat-a-Pult, an epic, 1200-foot round-trip aerial attraction high along the wild and beautiful Williams Canyon. The ride leaves from its roost high in the rafters of our Pavilion, launching you on an epic, 1,200-foot round-trip flight across Williams Canyon at speeds of nearly 40 mph. For little ones, you can experience the thrill with Mom or Dad right at your side!
35 minutes away. The Official Name is called Arcade Amusements in Manitou The Penny Arcade is a great attraction to take people of all ages if you are planning a visit to Colorado Springs! It is called the Penny Arcade because you will be able to find hundreds of arcade games which some of them still cost a penny. (sadly not many) You will be able to find some of the first arcade games and walk through arcade game history playing over 20 different pinball machines to 30 different racing games. The games can date back to the 1930's if not earlier where a lot of the games cost the same price they did back then. If you are looking for a place to find some lost games that you have not seen or played for decades the Penny Arcade is the perfect place to go. The Arcade is located just off Main Street and consists of several little buildings, every building has it own different style and feel.
166 locals recommend
Manitou Springs Penny Arcade
930 Manitou Ave
166 locals recommend
35 minutes away. The Official Name is called Arcade Amusements in Manitou The Penny Arcade is a great attraction to take people of all ages if you are planning a visit to Colorado Springs! It is called the Penny Arcade because you will be able to find hundreds of arcade games which some of them still cost a penny. (sadly not many) You will be able to find some of the first arcade games and walk through arcade game history playing over 20 different pinball machines to 30 different racing games. The games can date back to the 1930's if not earlier where a lot of the games cost the same price they did back then. If you are looking for a place to find some lost games that you have not seen or played for decades the Penny Arcade is the perfect place to go. The Arcade is located just off Main Street and consists of several little buildings, every building has it own different style and feel.
14 minutes away. STANDARD TOUR The STANDARD TOUR is a 1 HOUR guided educational tour. You will see wolves, coyote, fox and learn about the history, biology, current issues they face today and so much more. Every tour ends with a signature group howl. Please arrive 15 minutes early! FEEDING TOUR The FEEDING TOUR is a 60-75 min. guided educational tour - PLUS watch your guide feed our hungry animals.You will see wolves, coyote, fox and learn about the history, biology, current issues they face today and much more. Every tour ends with a signature group howl. REQUIREMENTS We are in the Pikes Peak mountain range of 9,165’. Wear good shoes, tennis shoes/hiking boots and always be prepared for any type of unpredictable weather.
149 locals recommend
Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center
4729 Twin Rocks Rd
149 locals recommend
14 minutes away. STANDARD TOUR The STANDARD TOUR is a 1 HOUR guided educational tour. You will see wolves, coyote, fox and learn about the history, biology, current issues they face today and so much more. Every tour ends with a signature group howl. Please arrive 15 minutes early! FEEDING TOUR The FEEDING TOUR is a 60-75 min. guided educational tour - PLUS watch your guide feed our hungry animals.You will see wolves, coyote, fox and learn about the history, biology, current issues they face today and much more. Every tour ends with a signature group howl. REQUIREMENTS We are in the Pikes Peak mountain range of 9,165’. Wear good shoes, tennis shoes/hiking boots and always be prepared for any type of unpredictable weather.
19 minutes away. Scenic on-road tours & backcountry off-road tours. Continental divide SNOWMOBILE tours. Great Outdoors Adventures (GOA) is an off-road and on-road vehicle rental company in Woodland Park Colorado offering exceptional and safe experiences. At GOA everyone can experience adventures of a lifetime whether it's off-roading through backcountry trails or cruising scenic highways. Guest have access to the best trails, wildlife viewing, and picturesque destinations of the Pikes Peak region.
17 locals recommend
Great Outdoors Adventures
19251 E US24
17 locals recommend
19 minutes away. Scenic on-road tours & backcountry off-road tours. Continental divide SNOWMOBILE tours. Great Outdoors Adventures (GOA) is an off-road and on-road vehicle rental company in Woodland Park Colorado offering exceptional and safe experiences. At GOA everyone can experience adventures of a lifetime whether it's off-roading through backcountry trails or cruising scenic highways. Guest have access to the best trails, wildlife viewing, and picturesque destinations of the Pikes Peak region.
19 minutes away. The Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center is a fossil museum primarily exhibiting fossil organisms of North America's Late Cretaceous including dinosaurs, pterosaurs, marine reptiles, and fish. The museum includes a fossil preparation lab and a large gift shop.
103 locals recommend
Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center
201 S Fairview St
103 locals recommend
19 minutes away. The Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center is a fossil museum primarily exhibiting fossil organisms of North America's Late Cretaceous including dinosaurs, pterosaurs, marine reptiles, and fish. The museum includes a fossil preparation lab and a large gift shop.
19 minutes away. TRY OUT A GUIDED FLY FISHING TOUR. I do not fish, and this was an amazing experience.
6 locals recommend
South Platte Fly Shop
405 E US-24
6 locals recommend
19 minutes away. TRY OUT A GUIDED FLY FISHING TOUR. I do not fish, and this was an amazing experience.
1 hour 43 minutes away. Breckenridge Ski Resort is an alpine ski resort in the western United States, in Breckenridge, Colorado. Just west of the Continental Divide in Summit County, it is perennially one of the most visited ski resorts in the western hemisphere.
612 locals recommend
Breckenridge Ski Resort
1599 Ski Hill Rd
612 locals recommend
1 hour 43 minutes away. Breckenridge Ski Resort is an alpine ski resort in the western United States, in Breckenridge, Colorado. Just west of the Continental Divide in Summit County, it is perennially one of the most visited ski resorts in the western hemisphere.
1 hour 56 minutes away. Monarch Ski and Snowboard Area is a ski resort located in the state of Colorado. It is twenty miles west of Salida, Colorado, on U.S. Highway 50. The resort is situated on Monarch Pass at the continental divide. It has 54 trails, two terrain parks, and an extreme terrain area called Mirkwood.
145 locals recommend
Monarch Mountain
23715 US-50
145 locals recommend
1 hour 56 minutes away. Monarch Ski and Snowboard Area is a ski resort located in the state of Colorado. It is twenty miles west of Salida, Colorado, on U.S. Highway 50. The resort is situated on Monarch Pass at the continental divide. It has 54 trails, two terrain parks, and an extreme terrain area called Mirkwood.
1 hour 14 minutes away. Raft through Browns Canyon on the Arkansas River
7 locals recommend
Wilderness Aware Rafting
12600 US Hwy 24/285
7 locals recommend
1 hour 14 minutes away. Raft through Browns Canyon on the Arkansas River
1 hour 6 minutes away. Raft through the Royal Gorge on the Arkansas River.
12 locals recommend
River Runners at the Royal Gorge
44641 US-50
12 locals recommend
1 hour 6 minutes away. Raft through the Royal Gorge on the Arkansas River.

City/town information

36 minutes away. Besides all the fun things to do around Cripple Creek, and gambling in our new (and historic) casinos, we have a rich gold mining history to share with you. A cowboy named Bob Womack had been searching for gold for nearly 15 years and finally discovered the precious metal in 1890 in Poverty Gulch, which later became the town of Cripple Creek. Between 1890 and 1910 thousands of prospectors flocked to the region dubbed the “World’s Greatest Gold Camp.” More than 22,400,000 ounces of gold (approximately $11.2 billion in today’s dollars) was extracted from more than 500 mines in the Cripple Creek and Victor region. However, by the early 1940’s gold production was down to less than one percent of what it once was and by 1990, the town was almost dead with only 600 residents. In 1991 with legalized gambling, the town was revitalized and many of the historic buildings were refurbished as casinos. The Cripple Creek Historic District is designated as a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service. Today’s visitors can experience the rich Cripple Creek history through its unique shops, attractions and museums.
Cripple Creek, Colorado, USA
36 minutes away. Besides all the fun things to do around Cripple Creek, and gambling in our new (and historic) casinos, we have a rich gold mining history to share with you. A cowboy named Bob Womack had been searching for gold for nearly 15 years and finally discovered the precious metal in 1890 in Poverty Gulch, which later became the town of Cripple Creek. Between 1890 and 1910 thousands of prospectors flocked to the region dubbed the “World’s Greatest Gold Camp.” More than 22,400,000 ounces of gold (approximately $11.2 billion in today’s dollars) was extracted from more than 500 mines in the Cripple Creek and Victor region. However, by the early 1940’s gold production was down to less than one percent of what it once was and by 1990, the town was almost dead with only 600 residents. In 1991 with legalized gambling, the town was revitalized and many of the historic buildings were refurbished as casinos. The Cripple Creek Historic District is designated as a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service. Today’s visitors can experience the rich Cripple Creek history through its unique shops, attractions and museums.
18 minutes away. WELCOME TO WOODLAND PARK MAIN STREET Nestled on the North slope of Pikes Peak at an elevation of 8,465 feet, yet only 18 miles from downtown Colorado Springs, Woodland Park is just a short drive and yet a wonderful world away from the city. It is a great place to spend a day! WOODLAND PARK MAIN STREET MISSION STATEMENT Enhance the quality of life in Woodland Park by engaging the community in historic preservation, downtown revitalization, and economic development by promoting a strong business climate. WOODLAND PARK MAIN STREET VISION STATEMENT Downtown Woodland Park is a vibrant, artistic center of the community where all generations gather, walk, play, shop, dine and live in an historic and majestic mountain western setting. "Near Nature! Near Perfect."
Woodland Park
18 minutes away. WELCOME TO WOODLAND PARK MAIN STREET Nestled on the North slope of Pikes Peak at an elevation of 8,465 feet, yet only 18 miles from downtown Colorado Springs, Woodland Park is just a short drive and yet a wonderful world away from the city. It is a great place to spend a day! WOODLAND PARK MAIN STREET MISSION STATEMENT Enhance the quality of life in Woodland Park by engaging the community in historic preservation, downtown revitalization, and economic development by promoting a strong business climate. WOODLAND PARK MAIN STREET VISION STATEMENT Downtown Woodland Park is a vibrant, artistic center of the community where all generations gather, walk, play, shop, dine and live in an historic and majestic mountain western setting. "Near Nature! Near Perfect."
35 minutes away. Abundant shopping and dining. Tour the mineral springs Explore our historic downtown while taking a tour of our eight naturally-effervescent cold-water mineral springs. Water flows 24 hours a day, seven days a week for all to enjoy. Bring a water bottle or stop in 354 Manitou Ave. for a sipping cup. Go on a walking tour The Mineral Springs tours aren’t the only way to explore. Head out on foot to really get to know Manitou Springs. Enjoy a mineral spring walking tour or scout the parks and alcoves of town for one-of-a-kind sculptures and murals.
9 locals recommend
Manitou Springs Colorado
606 Manitou Avenue
9 locals recommend
35 minutes away. Abundant shopping and dining. Tour the mineral springs Explore our historic downtown while taking a tour of our eight naturally-effervescent cold-water mineral springs. Water flows 24 hours a day, seven days a week for all to enjoy. Bring a water bottle or stop in 354 Manitou Ave. for a sipping cup. Go on a walking tour The Mineral Springs tours aren’t the only way to explore. Head out on foot to really get to know Manitou Springs. Enjoy a mineral spring walking tour or scout the parks and alcoves of town for one-of-a-kind sculptures and murals.
1 hour 36 minutes away. Downtown Salida is home to Colorado's largest National Historic District with 136 preserved buildings a wild west past. Downtown Salida is a certified designated Creative District! Historic downtown is filled with artisans of every genre, including advertising and architecture, blacksmithing and metal, ceramics/pottery, digital media, fiber arts, videography, fine art, graphic design, murals, music, performing arts, photography, sculpture, and writing. And, don’t forget the wineries, breweries and distilleries. If you like it…you can find it in Salida! Salida offers activities for every age group, including your family pets. Whether you are looking for constant entertainment and physical challenges or just a laid back good time surrounded by mountains and rivers, Salida has you covered. After a hard day of playing, go for a relaxing soak in one of the several natural hot springs in Salida and the surrounding area. The Salida Hot Springs Pool is the largest indoor hot springs facility in the country.
Salida
1 hour 36 minutes away. Downtown Salida is home to Colorado's largest National Historic District with 136 preserved buildings a wild west past. Downtown Salida is a certified designated Creative District! Historic downtown is filled with artisans of every genre, including advertising and architecture, blacksmithing and metal, ceramics/pottery, digital media, fiber arts, videography, fine art, graphic design, murals, music, performing arts, photography, sculpture, and writing. And, don’t forget the wineries, breweries and distilleries. If you like it…you can find it in Salida! Salida offers activities for every age group, including your family pets. Whether you are looking for constant entertainment and physical challenges or just a laid back good time surrounded by mountains and rivers, Salida has you covered. After a hard day of playing, go for a relaxing soak in one of the several natural hot springs in Salida and the surrounding area. The Salida Hot Springs Pool is the largest indoor hot springs facility in the country.

Food scene

10 mins away. One review says: "Really great reuben! The burgers the rest of my group got looked solid, too. Nice local bar atmosphere…they seemed short on staff and had a limited menu, but everyone we interacted with was great, helpful, apologetic, and everything still came out fairly quickly and hot!"
38 locals recommend
Russ' Place
52 Co Rd 5
38 locals recommend
10 mins away. One review says: "Really great reuben! The burgers the rest of my group got looked solid, too. Nice local bar atmosphere…they seemed short on staff and had a limited menu, but everyone we interacted with was great, helpful, apologetic, and everything still came out fairly quickly and hot!"
19 minutes away. Light meals, sandwiches & baking are served with espresso coffees at this early opening cafe.
62 locals recommend
CAFE LEO
320 W Midland Ave
62 locals recommend
19 minutes away. Light meals, sandwiches & baking are served with espresso coffees at this early opening cafe.
19 minutes away. Plentiful plates of familiar comfort food & all-day breakfast in homey, bear-themed surrounds.
81 locals recommend
Hungry Bear
111 E Midland Ave
81 locals recommend
19 minutes away. Plentiful plates of familiar comfort food & all-day breakfast in homey, bear-themed surrounds.
19 minutes away. The Donut Mill has been a local & Colorado favorite since 1983. Thousands of summer, fall, winter, and spring travelers have made the Donut Mill a required stop on their way to enjoying any outdoor adventure. The Donut Mill has a wonderful, down home atmosphere and is very family friendly. The menu is on a chalkboard above the glass case where fresh 10-12 inch cinnamon rolls, fritters, and scones look amazingly huge. We also have wonderful bear claws and many other delicious doughnuts. Prices range from $.95 - $4.95 with one specialty item, a huge pan of strudel costing approximately $14.25. If you like breakfast burritos we have those also, in addition to our famous biscuits and gravy. 19 minutes away. You'll find fresh hot coffee, hot cocoa, various teas, juices, milk, and more to enjoy. The local newspaper is available for reading while eating. Check out our bulletin board that features local businesses and services available.
42 locals recommend
Donut Mill
310 W Midland Ave
42 locals recommend
19 minutes away. The Donut Mill has been a local & Colorado favorite since 1983. Thousands of summer, fall, winter, and spring travelers have made the Donut Mill a required stop on their way to enjoying any outdoor adventure. The Donut Mill has a wonderful, down home atmosphere and is very family friendly. The menu is on a chalkboard above the glass case where fresh 10-12 inch cinnamon rolls, fritters, and scones look amazingly huge. We also have wonderful bear claws and many other delicious doughnuts. Prices range from $.95 - $4.95 with one specialty item, a huge pan of strudel costing approximately $14.25. If you like breakfast burritos we have those also, in addition to our famous biscuits and gravy. 19 minutes away. You'll find fresh hot coffee, hot cocoa, various teas, juices, milk, and more to enjoy. The local newspaper is available for reading while eating. Check out our bulletin board that features local businesses and services available.
19 minutes away. Good solid diner food. Friendly service. Food was served quickly. Nothing real unique on the menu but there was a good variety.
30 locals recommend
Grandmother's Kitchen
212 US-24
30 locals recommend
19 minutes away. Good solid diner food. Friendly service. Food was served quickly. Nothing real unique on the menu but there was a good variety.

Sightseeing

38 minutes away. Drive to the top of Pikes Peak. Pikes Peak - America's Mountain is open year round - weather permitting. Conditions change frequently, it is recommended to call our pre-recorded information line. The staff updates the info approximately 15 minutes prior to opening and then as conditions change throughout the day. Call before going to make sure the road is open.
Pikes Peak Hwy, Colorado, USA
38 minutes away. Drive to the top of Pikes Peak. Pikes Peak - America's Mountain is open year round - weather permitting. Conditions change frequently, it is recommended to call our pre-recorded information line. The staff updates the info approximately 15 minutes prior to opening and then as conditions change throughout the day. Call before going to make sure the road is open.
36 minutes away. Loved by people for generations. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark featuring dramatic views. Come admire the 300′ sandstone rock formations against the backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies.
Garden Of The Gods
36 minutes away. Loved by people for generations. Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark featuring dramatic views. Come admire the 300′ sandstone rock formations against the backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies.
1 hour 15 minutes to arrive at center of the Collegiate Peaks Scenic Byway. Drive from Leadville in the north to Poncha Springs in the south. Discover the heart of Colorado along the Collegiate Peaks Scenic and Historic Byway, where prairies sweep up from the Arkansas River’s famous whitewater canyons to dramatic 14,000 foot peaks. This 57-mile byway takes you to America’s Continental Divide where the Rockies get real.
Collegiate Peaks, Colorado 81211, USA
1 hour 15 minutes to arrive at center of the Collegiate Peaks Scenic Byway. Drive from Leadville in the north to Poncha Springs in the south. Discover the heart of Colorado along the Collegiate Peaks Scenic and Historic Byway, where prairies sweep up from the Arkansas River’s famous whitewater canyons to dramatic 14,000 foot peaks. This 57-mile byway takes you to America’s Continental Divide where the Rockies get real.