27. Colorado Springs, COGet More Info
Why go: Like the rest of Colorado, Colorado Springs gets more than 300 days of sunshine a year. In summer, you can max out the daylight by rafting the Arkansas river; climbing the rock formations at Garden of the Gods; and competing in events like the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, a 13-mile drive up Pikes Peak Highway (with 156 turns), and the famous Pikes Peak Marathon.
Where to stay: The Broadmoor’s 5,000 acres house multiple properties—including The Ranch at Emerald Valley, Cloud Camp, and Fly Fishing Camp—where you can try falconry, guided mountain biking, hiking, rock-climbing tours, horseback riding, fly-fishing, paintball, and more. The resort’s main building was freshly renovated for its recent 100th birthday.
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