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Colorado Springs Cliffs, Canyons & Rock Formations

• A WorldWeb.com Travel Guide to Cliffs, Canyons & Rock Formations in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
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Garden of the Gods is a rock formation that attracts tourists and rock climber from around the world. The garden encompasses hiking trails, an interpretive center and other leisure possibilities.
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The morning sun accentuates the orange color of the rock formations at Garden of the Gods park on the west edge of Colorado Springs.
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The jet appears to be headed for a snow-covered Pikes Peak, as seen from Garden of the Gods park.
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Hikers in Palmer Park, an open space named for Colorado Springs' founder, look at Pikes Peak.
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At 14,115 feet, Pikes Peak looms over Garden of the Gods, a city park on the west edge of Colorado Springs.
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An abandoned quarry is the centerpiece of Red Rock Canyon, one of Colorado Springs' newest open spaces.
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Pikes Peak as seen from Garden of the Gods; the formation on the left is Siamese Twins, two columns of rock joined in two places.
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The soft stone found in Palmer Park has been carved over the centuries into formations nicknamed hoodoos. Palmer Park was named for Gen. William Jackson Palmer, who gave the land to the city he founded in 1871.
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A light snowstorm hits Garden of the Gods, a city park on the west edge of Colorado Springs.
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The Kissing Camels (top center) is one of the many interesting formations at the Garden of the Gods park.
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Pikes Peak can be seen from the gap in the Siamese Twins formation in Garden of the Gods park. The formation is two columns of rock, joined in two places.
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The sun rises on sedimentary rock formations in Palmer Park, an open space named for Gen. William Jackson Palmer, founder of Colorado Springs.
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The Siamese Twins formation at Garden of the Gods, as seen from the south.
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The foothills of Pikes Peak can be seen from Garden of the Gods park; the formation on the right is the Siamese Twins, columns of rock joined in two places.
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