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Colorado Spring’s location east of the Southern Rocky Mountains protects it from any extreme winter weather, so you don’t have to worry about warding off frostbite while you’re trying to enjoy a vacation. Summers are generally hot and dry, but nothing too steamy to prevent outdoor activity. But if you’re more the contemplative type, autumn is spectacular, as Cheyenne Mountain and the surrounding landscape of cliffs and canyons light up in scarlet and gold.
If you’re an activity-minded guest of The Broadmoor , the best time to visit Colorado Springs is either the summer or Yuletide, when the events schedule is packed with sporting, culinary, holiday-themed and other fun fare.
Regardless of when you visit, beauty abounds. You’ll find plenty of outdoor adventure to keep you busy, whether there’s snow on the ground or the trees are green. Depending on your sport of choice, you’ll find skiing, snowboarding, hiking, kayaking, rafting, swimming, horseback riding and so much more to do in Colorado Springs.