In this Travel Tuesdays episode, join us as we explore Colorado Springs, hike on awe-inspiring Pike’s Peak, walk through the mysterious Anasazi Indian cliff homes at the Manitou Cliff Dwellings, marvel at rock formations at Garden of the Gods, drive through Vail and the steep and stunning Glenwood Canyon and finally end up in Grand Junction to discover the unexpectedly breathtaking Colorado National Monument park.
From this episode:
Sightseeing: Pike’s Peak
Sightseeing: Manitou Cliff Dwellings
Sightseeing: Garden of the Gods
Restaurant: Hacienda Mexican
Sightseeing: Vail, Colorado
Sightseeing: Glenwood Canyom and Glenwood Springs, Colorado
Sightseeing: Clifton, Colorado
Sightseeing: Grand Junction, Colorado
Store: Natural Grocers Market
Sightseeing: Colorado National Monument
Restaurant: Bin 707 Foodbar
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