Colorado Springs has plenty of attractions to offer your educational trip, including a rigid bicycle jaunt called Challenge Unlimited. Your group could also take a ride on a train or explore the Manitou Cliff Dwellings. Maybe you prefer museums, check out the Cripple Creek District Museum or Florrisant Fossil Beds. Take up rock climbing with the largest guide service in town or head out for horseback riding before braving the air balloon rides with High But Dry Balloons! Other air tour vessels boast helicopters, like Colorado Vertical Adventures!
Students will remember the Pikes Peak Cog Railway ride from their class trip because ascending to the summit of Pikes Peak includes views of four states, the Continental Divide and the 1800s gold camps from Cripple Creek, named for its ability to disable cattle as they crossed. Colorado Springs has abundant glorious scenery that will provide your group with excellent photography opportunities as well as the chance to breathe fresh, clean air. With over 300 days of clear skies each year, Colorado is the perfect choice for groups looking to get into the great outdoors!
Taking a trip to Colorado Springs for a field trip? Your group may be interested in the U.S. Olympics Training Center or perhaps in heading to Manitou Springs to experience the Manitou Cliff Dwellings! For balloon rides, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, zip lining, camping and even more, look up Adventures Out West for incredible fun! When you get hungry, step inside The Airplane Restaurant, an actual intact Boeing KC-97 tanker! Whether it's money, caves, battlefield tactics, a zoo, or high performance driving you're after, Colorado Springs brings it all to the table!