2022/23 Annual Issue of RELOCATE 2 Colorado Springs

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Dogsledding Alpine Adventures West Leadville • 719-486-9899 www.alpineadventuresdogsledding.com

Good Times Adventures Breckenridge • 970-453-7604 www.goodtimesadventures.com Grizzle-T Dog & Sled Works Steamboat Springs • 970-870-1782 www.steamboatdogsledding.com Krabloonik Kennels Snowmass • 970-923-3953 www.krabloonik.com

Mountain Musher Vail • 970-653-7877 www.mountainmusher.com Sled Dog Tours at Durango Dog Ranch Hesperus • 970-759-1691 www.durangodogranch.com Wintermoon Sled Dog Adventures Telluride • 970-729-2083 www.telluridedogsledding.com

the Manitou incline is not for the faint of heart. it is 2,744 steps to the heavens above that gains 2,000 feet of elevation in just under one mile. the average grade is 45 percent, but in places it can be as steep as 68 percent. it is not ada accessible and no dogs are allowed (for their safety and health). Checkout the information about the incline on www.visitcos.com – its got all the info you need to know!

U.S. Forest Service Ranger Station (Pikes Peak) 601 S. Weber, Colorado Springs 636-1602 • Maps available. Colorado State Parks (Southeast Region) 4255 Sinton Rd., Colorado Springs 227-5250 • www.cpw.state.co.us List of parks and maps including Cheyenne Mountain and Mueller.

Detailed park and interactive trail maps online.

If you’re looking for a good trail to hike or bike check in here and have at it!

s trail kingking-bi www.visitcos.com/things-todo/outdoors/parks-trails/top-25-hi

El Paso County Parks 2002 Creek Crossing Colorado Springs U.S. Hang Gliding & Paragliding 520-7529 Association (USHPA) Fishing 1685 W. Uintah St. • Colorado Springs 80904 adm.elpasoco.com/parks/ Fountain Creek Regional Park in Fountain 632-8300 • www.ushpa.org Colorado Springs Parks, • Willow Springs ponds have catfish, bluegill Call or log-on for list of schools, and rainbow trout. Recreation and Cultural clubs and locations. Services • duckwood pond offers plenty of fish including 1401 Recreation Way largemouth bass, bluegill, catfish, green sunfish, and rainbow trout. Colorado Springs Garden of the Gods RV Resort in Colorado Springs 385-5940 • www.coloradosprings.gov • pikeview resevoir is popular for those looking for largemouth bass, bluegill, (click on parks) catfish, and saugeye.

Hang Gliding

Manitou Lake in located seven miles north of Woodland Park and is a U.S. Forest Service Lake Crowded on the weekends, this popular spot is heavily stocked with trout throughout the summer.

The Mighty Manitou


Monument Lake in Monument Provides easy shore access and is stocked with rainbow trout. You’ll also find catfish, perch, bluegill, and largemouth bass.

Trails and Open Spaces Coalition 1040 S. 8th St., Colorado Springs 633-6884 www.trailsandopenspaces.org

Memorial Park in Colorado Springs Prospect Lake has bluegill, carp, catfish, crappie, sunfish, perch, rainbow trout and walleye

Ice Skating/Hockey

Quail Lake in Colorado Springs Quail Lake has some of the best warm water fishing and is stocked with rainbow trout. Catfish, green sunfish, wiper, striped bass, trout, and bluegill can also be found.

Monument Ice Rinks 16240 Old Denver Hwy., Monument 80132 487-8572 • www.monumenticerinks.com

Schryver Park Pond in Manitou Springs This small mineral water pond is a great spot for beginners and young children and is regularly stocked with rainbow trout.

Open skating (hockey and freestyle), clinics and lessons.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife Regulations brochures are updated and available online. Information includes license and habitat stamp requirements and fee structures. Laws regarding restrictions and possession limits can be found here. Maps of all the waters fish species and pictures for identification are included. The office is located at: 4255 Sinton Rd., Colorado Springs 227-5200, www.cpw.state.co.us

Hunting Everything you need to know about hunting, seasonal dates and fees, big game, small game, waterfowl, and mountain lion regulations can be found at cwp.state.co.us. Locations, tips, statistics, licenses, and their applications are also available. Online brochures are updated. • Southeast Region Colorado Parks and Wildlife 4255 Sinton Road, Colorado Springs 80907 227-5200 • www.cpw.state.co.us

Information about “greenway project” and popular trails.!

Image courtesy of Visit Colorado Springs

Ed Robson Arena Colorado College • 849 N Tejon, Colorado Springs 80903 • www.edrobsonarena.com Indoor ice arena. Home of the Colorado College Tigers. This 3,400 seat venue is state-of-the-art, and can be used in a variety of ways - complete with retail space, restaurants, and other concessions.

Jump-Spin Skating Academy 935 Saturn Dr., #208, Colorado Springs 80906 • 527-1015 • www.jumpspin.com Offers instruction from basic skating to advanced figure skating, ice dancing and inline skating at all the ice arenas listed in this section.

The Broadmoor World Arena Ice Hall 3185 Venetucci Blvd. • Colorado Springs 80906 Skating Office: 477-2153 • www.broadmoorworldarena.com The World Arena offers lessons to the public (figure skating and hockey). There are public skating hours, pick up hockey and drop-in speedskating times as well.

Sertich Ice Center In Memorial Park (corner of Pikes Peak & Union) • Colorado Springs 385-5983 • www.coloradosprings.gov Public skating, figure skating, hockey camps.