Baseball/Softball Academy Little League (Baseball & Softball) P.O. Box 62761, Colorado Springs 80962 • www.academylittleleague.org Approximately 62 teams serving 4-14 year olds in the northern communities. City of Colorado Springs www.coloradosprings.gov • 385-5981 (Sports office) Recreational baseball for youth Pre-K thru 12th grade and adult softball program. Colorado Baseball Academy 5815 Mark Dabling, Colorado Springs 80919 • 200-5692 • www.cbaseball.net Tball for ages 3-6, Baseball for ages 7-18
Climbing - Indoor, Mountain, Rock Rock climbing is available in the Colorado Springs area and it requires an annual permit. The permit may be obtained online at www.coloradosprings.gov Rock climbing is allowed at: Garden of the Gods, Cheyenne Canyon, Red Rock Canyon Open Space and Ute Valley Park. For more information call Parks and Recreation. 719-385-5940. Colorado Climbing Co. 209-6649 • coclimbing.com
Colorado Springs Little League www.coloradospringslittleleague.com P.O. Box 76742, Colorado Springs 80970 Boys and girls T-ball, baseball, softball for ages 4-16
Guided climbs for all levels.
Colorado Springs Cycling Club bikesprings.org
Pure Bouldering Gym 1401 S. 8th St., Colorado Springs 80905 • 719-633-5511 • pureboulderinggym.com
Colorado Mountain Club Pikes Peak Chapter 303-279-3080 • www.cmc.org Colorado Springs If you’re really Statewide organization with local into CLIMBING, Tri-Lakes Little League (baseball and softball) chapters promoting recreational you might want to try Via Ferrata (Italian for opportunities including classes, programs, hiking, climbing, P.O. Box 1730, Monument 80132 “iron path”). It’s a new adventure you can find at skiing, and other outdoor adventures. sports.bluecombrero.com the Cave of the Winds Mountain Park or Royal Serving children 4-14 in Monument, Palmer Lake, Gorge Bridge & Park, two of only five rock climbing Front Range Climbing Co. 1676 S. 21st St.. • Colorado Springs 80904 and Northern Colorado Springs paths open to the public in Colorado. Buckle 632-5822 • www.frontrangeclimbing.com West El Paso Baseball into a secure harness connected to metal rungs Professionally trained guides teach basics to cutting edge P.O. Box 60872, Colorado Springs 80960 and navigate your way through a canyon techniques. Climb the sandy rocks in Garden of the Gods or 648-5171 • www.westelpasobaseball.com course. It’s New, It’s Fun – take a week long trip to Tusher Canyon, Utah! Summer baseball for youth ages 7-18 in southern Colorado Springs. Got to do! Pikes Peak Alpine School 1819 N. Corona St., Colorado Springs 80907 Ballooning Local: 368-9524 • www.pikespeakalpineschool.com Adventures Out West Rainbow Ryders Beginning through advanced – climb rock, ice or snow…Pikes Peak/Colorado Rockies. (flys from 4310 E. Fountain Blvd.) 800-725-2477 •www.rainbowryders.com Education and safety classes offered. 578-0935 • www.advoutwest.com City Rock Colorado Hot Air Balloon Rides 21 N. Nevada • Colorado Springs 80903 • 634-9099 • www.climbcityrock.com Indoor & outdoor progressive lessons. Special family and group times and programs. Party facilities. 888-468-9280 • www.coloradoballoonrides.com Springs Climbing Center Biking 4642 Northpark Dr., Colorado Springs 80918 Colorado Springs has 120 miles of urban trails, 160 miles of park trails, and 61 260-1050 • www.springsclimbingcenter.com miles of unpavedmountain bike trails. For info on the Bike-n-Bus program and Twenty-five foot indoor climbing wall for ages four years and up, introductory and private classes offered. Over 13,000 square feet of sculpted climbing surface. locating bike racks and lockers call 719-385-7433. Gripstone Challenge Unlimited Pike Ride 6220 Tutt Blvd., Colorado Springs 80923 • 719-559-4774 • gripstonecs.com 587-0935, www.pikespeakbybike.co 235-5862 • www.pikeride.org Gripstone has Olympic caliber speed climbing walls, fitness Different rides online. Bike share program. equipment, classes,camps, and competitions for all ages.
Pikes Peak Greenway (15 miles) www.cospringstrails.com
Combines with Fountain Creek Regional Trail and New Santa Fe Trail for a 40.5 mile ride.
Bowling Academy Lanes Air Force Academy Colorado Springs • 333-4709 Brunswick Zone Circle Lanes 999 N. Circle Dr. Colorado Springs • 596-5257 Pinheadz Bowl 1867 N. Circle Dr. Colorado Springs • 344-8408 Harmony Bowl 3845 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs • 591-1000 32
Trails and Open Space Coalition 702 E. Boulder St., Ste. 200 Colorado Springs 80903 633-6884 www.trailsandopenspaces.org Trail maps online including Barr Trail up Pikes Peak.
Kingpin 3410 N. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs • 574-0820 Peak Bowling Center 2861 N. Prospect Colorado Springs • 636-5193 Peterson Lanes Peterson AFB • 556-4607 Summit Interquest 1180 Interquest Parkway Colorado Springs • 278-3861 Thunder Alley Bowl 6391 Chiles Ave., Bldg 1511 Fort Carson • 719-526-5542
Prospect Lake (open year round) In Memorial Park • 1705 E. Pikes Peak Ave. Motorized watercraft allowed and paddleboards are available to rent. Quail Lake In Quail Lake Park • 915 E. Cheyenne Mtn. Blvd. No motorized watercraft allowed. Paddleboards are available to rent. Seasonable boating permits are available at Sertich Ice Center in Memorial Park. 719-385-5983. Non-motorized day permits for boats can be purchased at on-site kiosks. All updated regulations, statutes and registration applications can be found at www.cpw.state.co.us
Cowboy Rodeo & Bull Riding
Professional Bull Riders 101 W. Riverwalk, Pueblo 81003 • 719-242-2800 • www.pbr.com Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association 101 Pro Rodeo Dr., Colorado Springs 80919 • 593-8840 • www.prorodeo.org Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame Museum of the American Cowboy 103 Pro Rodeo Dr., Colorado Springs 80919 528-4764 • www.prorodeohalloffame.com