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Sasquatch, Bigfoot and Yeti. It goes by many names and has been said to call Pike National Forest home. Passersby, visitors, park rangers and investigators alike have told their tall tales of seeing the elusive, hairy creature wandering the woods along the twists and turns of the Pikes Peak Highway. Sightings first reported in the area date back to the 1800s.

Colorado has always been the cream of the crop when it comes to barley and hops. Local lovers of spirits and liqueurs are breaking the mold with small-batch, hand-created spirits at new distilleries around the region. Whether a pre-dinner warmup, or pre-game night on the town, these tasting rooms are sure to delight.

The Colorado Springs food scene continues to burst with flavor. From Zagat-recognized eateries to Food Network features, there’s never a dull dish. Those looking for an extra special experience can visit these restaurants for an intimate evening or afternoon like no other.

Colorado’s state mammal, the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep, can be viewed in its natural habitat. Found only in the Rockies, they’re known for impeccable climbing skills and massive curved horns. Don’t miss the annual Bighorn Sheep Day.

Colorado Springs is stacked with more than 55 things to see, do and explore. Go beyond the boundaries of normal experiences and pull back the curtain during these extra special, behind-the-scenes stops. Indulge in a sweet factory tour or play zookeeper for a day. 

Colorado Springs is known for it's breathtaking beauty, unrivaled blue skies and easy access to outdoor recreation. Here are just five of the ways to soak in the fall foliage while increasing your heart rate.

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