This Hike In Colorado Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience

Colorado: We were trapped inside ALL weekend because of an unexpected (and unwelcomed) blizzard. Did you go crazy like I did? This weekend is calling for temperatures in the 70s and 80s, so it is time to break free from the confines of our homes and get outside. If you are looking to take your outdoor experience to the next level, you will want to take this unforgettable Colorado hike:

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With its winding, scenic and unforgettable trails, Colorado Springs’s Garden of the Gods may just have the best hike in the entire state. Offering both short beginner (like the Perkins Central Garden Trail, which features a short, 1 1/2 mile trek through the heart of the formations) and moderate hikes (the Chambers/Bretag/Palmer Trail runs 3-miles around the main park and contains uneven, rocky paths), there is truly something for everyone at this Colorado gem.

These unique rock formations, which are believed to have been created during a geological upheaval millions of years ago, are open year round and are FREE to the public. For more information, be sure to visit the Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center website.

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