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America's Rocky Mountain Lodge and Cabins
Colorado Bed and Breakfast Lodge and Colorado Cabin Rentals in the Rocky Mountains at Pikes Peak, 6 miles west of Colorado Springs, 5 miles west of Manitou Springs, and just 1 hour away from Denver.
A 6 bedroom Lodge, 2 bedroom Cabin, and 1 bedroom Cottage.
Perfect for Colorado vacations, romantic getaways, Colorado honeymoons, family reunion locations, Colorado wedding locations, retreats, and more.
Romance and Area Attraction Packages available.
We look forward to having you as our guests!
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is a 147 year old quaint Victorian town and year round resort area, located in the heart of the Colorado Rockies.
Breckenridge offers a vast selection of recreational activities from skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the winter to hiking, biking, golf and horseback riding in the summer.
Main Street is a great place to stroll and the perfect place to shop, with over 200 stores to choose from.
Whether you desire fresh air and sunshine, or the pursuit of fine art, music or great food, this historic mining town offers it all.
is nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountain's Collegiate Peaks.
Buena Vista is located about 95 miles west of Colorado Springs and about 135 miles southwest of Denver.
Buena Vista offers numerous outdoor activities including world renown white water rafting, kayaking, hiking, fly fishing, mountain biking, backpacking, horseback riding, ATV riding, animal watching and much more.
In the winter there is skiing, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, snowshoeing and more.
Buena Vista and the surrounding area offer visual and performing arts events year round.
located about 80 miles south of Denver in the Pikes Peak region is a gateway city to Southern Colorado and its many outdoor activities.
You can drive up Pikes Peak, visit Garden of the Gods, Seven Falls, Cave of the Winds, North Pole Amusement Park, the Air Force Academy and many more attractions.
Outdoor activities include hiking, biking, rafting, fishing, horseback riding, golfing, ballooning and more.
Or, you can enjoy the great shopping, arts and culture, or wide variety of dining and nightlife.
are located near Colorado Springs.
Here you'll find thick stands of spruce, pine and aspen, clean mountain air, and spectacular views of Pikes Peak and the Rampart Range.
Choose from the many scenic attractions and state parks in the area for hiking, climbing, fishing, boating, rafting, biking, horseback riding, scenic drives and more.
Or, visit the historical towns of Cripple Creek and Victor for museums, gold mine tours, an old time railroad, casino gaming, restaurants and more.
is an outdoor activity paradise.
In the summer, you can enjoy hiking, mountain biking, backpacking, climbing, fishing, kayaking, rafting, golfing and more.
In the winter, Durango has easy access to five major ski resort areas, including Purgatory, located 30 minutes north of downtown.
You can ride the historic Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad through the San Juan National Forest to the old mining town of Silverton.
Or, visit Mesa Verde National Park (35 miles away) known for its cliff dwellings.
Durango hosts many festivals, events and exhibits throughout the year.
is located about 70 miles northwest of Denver.
Entering Estes Park is like being embraced by the Rockies.
Outdoor activities and nearby Rocky Mountain National Park are tops on the list of things to see and do.
Estes Park offers more than 200 retail stores and a restaurant scene that rivals any mountain town in the state.
Recreational opportunities abound.
The soaring crags that surround town are enjoyed by hikers and climbers.
In town there is a scenic river walk, pedestrian friendly sidewalks and tranquil Lake Estes.
Mountain biking and horseback trails forge into the adjacent forests and meadows.
Estes Park is the eastern gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park which offers endless outdoor activities.
is a historic mountain town in the heart of the Colorado Rockies.
Nestled below snowcapped mountain peaks, this charming village is just one mile from the western entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park.
Visit one of the many shops, restaurants and galleries on the historic western boardwalk, or create your own outdoor adventure at one of
the many attractions in and around the Grand Lake area.
is a ski town and ranching center known for its western flair.
Cowboy hats and ski boots are equally welcome on the city's friendly streets.
With art galleries, a music festival, live theater and large number of artists living in the area, Steamboat is also a cultured town.
Steamboat is a premiere ski slopes destination that offers a variety of year round outdoor recreational opportunities.