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Outskirts: Colorado Springs for Athletes and Sports Fans

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Whether you’re an athlete or an avid spectator, Colorado Springs has plenty to offer. Just 70 miles from Denver and home to the Olympic Training Center and a handful of sports halls of fame, the Springs is a gold mine of activities for the sports enthusiast. Get ready for an action-packed perfect day.

For luxury accommodations and more on-site activities than can possibly fit into your day, stay and play at The Broadmoor. Golf, tennis, biking, swimming, yoga, horseback riding, fishing, rock climbing, hot air ballooning are all available. I’d say they have it all, but they closed the sport clay shooting range about a decade ago. The resort earned the Forbes Travel Guide Five Star Award for a record 50th consecutive year in November, an achievement no other luxury property can claim.

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