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Come and see mountain views in Colorado Springs

Experience Colorado’s breathtaking countryside on the trails at Pikes Peak, Cave of the Winds, Seven Falls and Garden of the Gods. With so many things to do in Colorado Springs, it’s a good thing the Radisson is near major attractions like the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and just 10 minutes from downtown.

Business travelers are a short walk or drive from major corporate offices as well as baseball games at Security Service Field. If you feel like picking up a bat to work out your stress after a long day of meetings, head to the fields at Skyview Sports Complex.

Explore these local attractions:

  • Downtown Colorado Springs (5 miles)
    From fine dining and art galleries to food trucks and street vendors, downtown Colorado Springs offers an eclectic culture that will keep you exploring to find what attractions wait around the next corner.
  • Olympic Training Center (5.8 miles)
    The U.S. Olympic Complex in Colorado Springs is the flagship training center for the U.S. Olympic Committee and the Olympic Training Center programs.
    Phone: +1 (719) 866-4618
  • Broadmoor World Arena (6 miles)
    Hockey fans can see the Colorado College Tigers play on their home ice. Those who prefer musical entertainment can attend performances by symphony orchestras, pop sensations and everything in between.
    Phone: +1 (719) 477-2121
  • Security Service Field (6 miles)
    Enjoy a refreshing beer and a ballpark hotdog while you watch minor league baseball’s Sky Sox step up to the plate.
    Phone: +1 (719) 597-1449
  • Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum (7 miles)
    Enhance your appreciation for Colorado by expanding your knowledge of its history. The museum features more than 40,000 artifacts ranging from pottery to Native American tools, and Alamo Square park offers a beautiful place to picnic after your tour.
    Phone: +1 (719) 385-5990
  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoo (9 miles)
    America’s only mountain zoo features more than the largest herd of giraffes in the world. Take your visit to the next level by riding the Mountaineer Sky Ride and get an aerial view of the park.
    Phone: +1 (719) 633-9925
  • Old Colorado City (9.5 miles)
    Originally Colorado’s first capital, this town maintains its historic charm through its quaint shops, businesses and local events.
    Phone: +1 (719) 636-1225
  • Seven Falls (9.5 miles)
    Known as the “Grandest Mile of Scenery in Colorado,” Seven Falls is a series of majestic waterfalls between the Pillars of Hercules in South Cheyenne Cañon.
    Phone: +1 (719) 476-6708
  • Garden of the Gods (10 miles)
    Discover the best views of this 1,340-acre, free city park by climbing the magnificent red-sandstone rock formations or hiking the trails.
    Phone: +1 (719) 634-6666
  • Manitou Springs (12.6 miles)
    A day in Manitou Springs can be however adventurous or relaxing as you want it to be. From horseback rides to spa treatments, any activity is more fun in the mountains.
    Phone: +1 (719) 685-5089
  • Cave of the Winds (13.4 miles)
    Use the light of your lantern to journey through twisting corridors or harness up and soar above the cave on a two-way zip line.
    Phone: +1 (719) 685-5444
  • Pikes Peak (16 miles)
    Whether you’re experienced in outdoor sports or just curious, you can hike, bike, fish or ride the rail on this 14,115-foot-high peak.
    Phone: +1 (800) 525-2250
  • North Pole (17.3 miles)
    Celebrate Christmas any time of year at this holiday-themed amusement park. Step into Santa’s house or ride his sleigh and you’re sure to feel as jolly as a kid on Christmas morning.
    Phone: +1 (719) 684-9432
  • Air Force Academy (20 miles)
    About 1,000 cadets graduate each year from this military academy, where they are graded on their academic achievements, physical abilities and character.
    Phone: +1 (719) 333-2025
  • Royal Gorge Bridge and Park (62.6 miles)
    While many walk across one of the world’s largest suspension bridges, only the very brave look down at the Arkansas River more than 1,053 feet below. For an even greater thrill, go bungee jumping off the bridge.
    Phone: +1 (719) 275-7507

Driving Directions
Exit the Colorado Springs Municipal Airport (COS) and turn right on Powers Boulevard. Turn right onto Fountain Boulevard and then take a left onto Newport Road.