Colorado Springs Geography
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At 6,035 ft/1,840 m above sea level, Colorado Springs resides at the eastern edge of the Rocky Mountains just as they meet the plains, at the base of 14,115-ft/4,302-m Pikes Peak—one of 54 mountains in the state higher than 14,000 ft/4,267 m. The weather is generally dry, sunny and mild. The mountains to the west often absorb storms and moisture before they reach the Front Range, and the plains to the east sometimes generate warming winds in the winter. Click here to see the full Colorado Springs travel guide on Travel42 »
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