Revel in the awe-inspiring natural beauty of the Colorado Springs area, nestled at the eastern foot of the majestic Rocky Mountains and a short drive to iconic sites such as Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods and Cave of the Winds. Colorado Springs is a bustling city with countless dining and shopping destinations, as well as popular attractions, including the award-winning Cheyenne Mountain Zoo.
Sushi creations are a draw at Ai Sushi & Grill, but the menu also has cooked Japanese fare, like tempura, teriyaki, and a hibachi menu that lets you watch the chef prepare your meal with culinary derring-do.
Sizzling, grilled-to-order beef, pork, chicken and seafood celebrate the Brazilian grilling tradition known as churrasco. Guests can order a la carte or choose an all-you-can-eat fiesta with unlimited entrees, salads, bread and more.
Regularly ranked among the best in the U.S., this 146-acre zoo houses animals in their natural habitats. It also offers a menagerie of interactive experiences and animal demos to delight all ages. Advance tickets are required.
Enjoy dazzling vistas of awe-inspiring rock formations dating to the Ice Age at this iconic park at the foot of Pikes Peak, which can be explored by car or on foot. Park admission is free. Cycling, horseback, and rock-climbing tours are available, too.
Pikes Peak, at 14,115 feet in elevation, is the highest summit on the southern front range of the Rockies, delivering spectacular views. Drive to the top or grab a ride on the Pikes Peak Cog Railway. Reservations are required.