Trains

All aboard to experience scenic beauty and historic travel with train rides in Colorado Springs


Our distinct historic railroads give travelers the opportunity to experience some of the most revered scenic train rides in the U.S. The Broadmoor Pikes Peak Cog Railway* in Colorado Springs climbs to the 14,115' summit of Pikes Peak - America’s Mountain (The Cog is closed for the winter season). The Royal Gorge Route Railroad and Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad are fun and scenic rides as well. Experiencing train rides in the Colorado Springs area is a must on your next vacation! 

* Please Note: The Pikes Peak Cog Railway will not be open for the 2019 season. For further information, please check the train's website periodically; you may also add your name to the attraction's e-mail list by sending a message to info@cograilway.com. Please scroll down to find other ways to enjoy scenic trains in the Pikes Peak region.


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Pikes Peak Trolley Museum

Pikes Peak Trolley Museum

Our vintage trolley and railway museum is located in the 1888 Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Roundhouse; in the historic Roswell district of Colorado Springs. Learn about and experience the extraordinary transit history of our city.

The Broadmoor Manitou & Pikes Peak Railway

The Broadmoor Manitou & Pikes Peak Railway

After months of research, planning and community support, we are pleased to announce the Broadmoor & Pikes Peak Cog Railway will reopen in 2021. In the meantime, there are a variety of alternative ways to get to the summit of Pikes Peak - America's Mountain.