Colorado Springs Real Estate Information

Winters in Colorado Springs are moderate having, a 42” average annual snowfall. January lows are in the lower teens and highs in the mid 40’s. Summers are also mild with July highs in the mid 80’s and lows in the mid 40’s and one should always be prepared for an afternoon summer shower.

Colorado Springs is home to many military institutions including the U.S. Air Force Academy. The U.S. Olympic Training Center also makes its home in Colorado Springs. Often, future Olympians can be seen training on area lakes.

Several religious groups such as Focus on the Family also make their home in Colorado Springs. Since the 1960’s Hewlett-Packard has called Colorado Springs home. The main facility for NORAD was built in Colorado Springs in Cheyenne Mountain in 1963. With its beautiful natural setting, Colorado Springs continues to draw tourists as it has from its conception.

The city offers many parks and biking trails where everyone can enjoy this wonderful city. Other attractions found in the Colorado Springs area include Cave Of The Winds, the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, Garden Of The Gods Park, Pikes Peak, and Seven Falls. Do not forget that Colorado also offers some of the best skiing and winter spots in the U.S. Many of these areas are easily accessible from Colorado Springs.