For the next 10 days we will share a new reason why The Lodge at Flying Horse needs to be on your bucket list!


It’s no secret, Colorado Springs offers a variety of excellent outdoor adventures, including Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain, hikes for all skill levels, train tours, an abundance of parks, one of the only mountain zoos in the country…and much more.

On average Colorado Springs celebrates about 250 days of warm days and sunshine a year.  We think one of the best ways to soak up the Colorado sunshine is to head outside and breathe in the fresh mountain air!  But, don’t just take our word for it… come see it for yourself.  Book your stay today by calling our reservation line at 1-844-768-2684 or click here to book online.

Pikes Peak – America’s Mountain


Visible across the region, Pikes Peak stands as our most treasured national landmark. You have lots of options when it comes to enjoying Pikes Peak. Whether you want to test your endurance or kick back and enjoy the ride to the top, we’ve got the adventure for you!

An inspiring story on how a group of women made it a mission to climb America’s Mountain.

Mount Herman

Mt. Herman is the most prominent peak overlooking Monument, Colorado standing at 9,063 ft and is easily spotted from I-25. You can find a variety of trails that are great for trail running, mountain biking, camping, and off roading. Mt. Herman lies within the Rampart Range of the Front Range between Denver and Colorado Springs.

To hike to the top of Mount Herman, it is considered a moderately challenging route that is about 2 miles roundtrip. However, there are a variety of trails to explore in this area.

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is about sharing the wonders of the natural world with kids of all ages and providing memories for a lifetime at America’s mountain Zoo. Named #4 Best Zoo in North America by USA TODAY 10Best Readers’ Choice Awards, you’re in for way more than just watching.

Red Rocks Canyon Open Space

Red Rock Canyon Open Space is a 789-acre city park in Colorado Springs. The park consists of a series of parallel ridges (called “hogbacks”) and eroded canyons, a continuation of the same sandstone rocks of the Fountain Formation that make up Garden of the Gods a few miles to the north.

Red Rock Canyon is open from dawn until dusk. Dogs, bicycles, and horses are allowed on most trails. The Upper and Lower Dog Loops are off-leash areas, and there is a free-ride bike park at the east end of the first parking lot. Many of the trails make for good cross-country skiing on snowy occasions.

About eighty technical climbing routes have been established at Red Rocks. Climbers must be registered through the Garden of the Gods visitor center.

Garden of the Gods

Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark. Imagine dramatic views, 300′ towering sandstone rock formations against a backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies. This world-class Visitor & Nature Center and museum is the most visited attraction in the region with all new interactive exhibits.