A Great Place to Study a Language

Do you enjoy going on nature walks, hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding, road biking, or technical rock climbing? Great, I found a place for you, but the best part it is a great place to study a new language. Therefore start planning a trip to Colorado Spring, Colorado, USA. Learn a language at Garden of the Gods in Colorado is special and peaceful.

National Natural Landmark

You must come to the Garden of the Gods a 1334.64-acre National Natural Landmark where there towering red rock formations come alive.

The Garden of the Gods park was given to the city of Colorado Springs in 1909. The children of railroad magnate Charles Elliot Perkins fulfilled his wish to make his property a free public park.

The Garden of the Gods’ red rock formations came to life during a geological upheaval along a natural fault line millions of years ago.

Archaeological evidence shows that prehistoric people visited Garden of the Gods about 1330 BC.

Miles of hiking trails

There are more than 15 miles of trails. 1.5-miles trails running through the heart of the park are paved and wheelchair accessible. Therefore, everyone is welcome.

Stunning Rock formations

The massive rocks are brilliant colors ranging from white, mild orange and vibrant reds. The stones had different shapes: toppled, overturned, stood-up, pushed around and slanted.

It is a magical admiring this natural piece of art. Spending time in the park is peaceful, inspiring and therapeutic. My favorite part is I can study the language outloud since I am there alone.

It is the perfect park to bring LingoHut.com online lessons and practice your new language surrounded by this beauty.

Wildlife surrounds you

Bring your binoculars to spot the wildlife.  Sometimes you get lucky, and the wildlife sits right next to you as you are having a picnic in these striking and memorable sandstone formations. A great spot to study a language in peace.

In conclusion, if you are ever in Colorado Springs, this is a must stop, add it to your bucket list.

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