Welcome to The Pikes Peak Region of Colorado, where everything to love about Colorado is within reach. We are situated in the center of this beautiful state and we serve all areas from Colorado Springs to The Continental Divide. This includes Woodland Park, Divide, Florissant, Cripple Creek, Ute Pass, Guffey and many other surrounding areas.
This area is surrounded by over one million acres of National Forest, several State Parks and easy access to an abundance of rivers and reservoirs including Eleven Mile Reservoir, Rampart Reservoir and The South Platte River. This area offers countless year round outdoor recreational opportunities including gold medal fishing, hiking, hunting, horseback riding, mountain biking, camping, kayaking, four wheeling, snow shoeing and much more! In two-hours or less, drive to world famous ski resorts such as Vail, Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper and Monarch.
Beyond outdoor activities The Pikes Peak Region offers shopping, a variety of restaurants, sightseeing and historical monuments. Woodland Park School District RE2 is comprised of two Preschools, three Elementary schools, one Middle School and one High School. Additionally, Woodland Park also offers a private school for K-8 grade. Opportunities for homeschooling families include an on‐line program and part‐time enrollment for all grades as well as a Homeschool Enrichment Academy for elementary and middle school students. Healthcare providers include The Pikes Peak Regional Hospital and two Senior Care Facilities.
Teller County's elevation ranges from 8200 feet to 9500 feet. This area gets an average of 18 inches of rain per year. The US average is 37. Snowfall average is 78 inches per year. The average US city gets 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is around 92. On average, there are 247 sunny days per year in Teller County, Colorado. The July high averages 76 degrees. The January low averages 5 degrees.
Pikes Peak, located in the Rocky Mountains, is one of the most famous summits in the United States. The 14,115 ft. mountain stands 8,000 ft high over what is known as the “Pikes Peak Region.” This region includes many popular mountain towns at its base such as Colorado Springs, Woodland Park and Cripple Creek. On November 24, 1806, Lt. Zebulon Montgomery Pike set out from his stop near modern day Pueblo, Colorado, to climb the mountain. He was forced back by a blizzard and declared that no man would ever reach the 14,115-foot summit that now bears his name. Today, popular routes up Pikes Peak include hiking up Barr Trail, driving via Pikes Peak Highway, or taking a ride up the Pikes Peak Cog Railway.
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