Colorado high-altitude Pikes Peak visitor center to offer ‘iconic experience’

Colorado has more than 50 mountains that exceed 14,000 ft in height, but Pikes Peak is one of a kind. Named for the famed explorer Zebulon Pike, the 14,115 ft summit, which is also known as America’s Mountain, inspired poet Katharine Lee Bates to write the patriotic song America the Beautiful. Located 12 mi west of Colorado Springs, this National Historic Landmark has long attracted tourists, who have the option of traveling to the mountaintop by car, cog railway, or foot. For decades, those reaching the top of Pikes Peak have been met by the Summit House, a modest

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