Catch a wave (or ripple) in the Rocky Mountains. There are tons of ways to take to the water in the Pikes Peak Region.
*PLEASE NOTE - the City of Colorado Springs has closed Prospect Lake, in Memorial Park, effective immediately, until further notice due to an algae bloom.*
Get your paddle on in the Pikes Peak region. Go with the flow on one of our calm reservoirs or rushing rivers.
Explore the shore while getting in a full-body workout by renting a paddleboard, while you're at it take in what’s on the horizon and under the surface. Take your boarding experience to the next level with a stand-up paddleboard yoga class.
If sitting down is more your thing, consider taking on kayaking to hit the water. Whether you’re looking for a flatwater or whitewater expedition, our guides and rental shops can set you up with the right kayak for the job and your skill level.
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Practicing yoga on water adds an extra element of challenge for balance yet is a deeply rewarding experience. Classes are available at the pool or lake. No experience necessary. Afterwards, lay in tranquility during savasana while being guided through meditation. Leave feeling balanced, nourished, renewed.
Providing outdoor recreation rental equipment including kayaks, canoes, and other watersports equipment. Enjoy a new activity while visiting, or entertaining out-of-town guests, in Colorado Springs. Get into adventure with Pikes Peak Outfitter!
We offer activities year round: from mountain biking, climbing, orienteering, trail running, you name it!
UpaDowna's mission is to provide access to outdoor adventures for all through events and programs that empower individuals, create healthier communities, and foster a respect for the environment.