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Awesome, spellbinding, amazing, as the train takes you higher and higher. The landscape changes, the views change. You slowly ascend high in the sky taking in all the beauty and wonder of nature. On the very top, although it is very cold but the magnificent...More
The Pikes Peak Cog Railway, the most popular and longest running and most convenient way to reach the summit of Pikes Peak, is out of business until at least 2020. So how do you get to the top of the 14,115-foot mountain that is the...More
Why climb to the summit for your 1st 14er when you can take the Cog Peak Railway! We took the extended family and everyone loved the ride! The views and photo opportunities on the way up and at the summit are spectacular. A great bucket...More
I've been up the Cog Railways several times in the past, but was disappointed to learn that it's now closed, probably for a few years, for repairs and renovations. It's been in operation for over 125 years, so in guess it's time to upgrade! Hope...More
Shame on you Broadmoor Hotel, another example of buying up a great local attractionattraction in the Colorado Springs area. And then closing it down and leaving a lot of people hanging. People plan their vacations to come here and find out the Cog Railway was...More
We really enjoyed exploring this day. My 11 year old did experience a little elevation sickness...he kept saying he just didn’t feel right. Park at mile marker 13 and ride the shuttle! The switch backs from there on are super tight!
The Cog Railway is an interesting trip up the mountain to an elevation of 14,115 feet. The scenic views are views most never will see in their lifetime and by this I mean you will see parts of the mountain that you must have a...More