Walking Colorado Springs Hiking Trails? You’ll Need To Pack Carbs For Energy

Colorado Springs visitors can’t wait to get outside to see the attractions. They come to see the mountains. They come for the horse ranches or to hit the walking trails.

What the residents know that the visitors don’t is how a simple restaurant in Colorado Springs can make the trails a sharper experience. How can you trek the trails if you’re not full of the energy packing carbs can give you? We can do

lunch in Colorado Springs and tell you about it.

Cottonwood Creek Trail

A six mile stroll to the job beginning at Academy Blvd. and ending at E. Woodmen Rd., this trail splits with the northern portion going through Woodland Hills Park and the southern going through Cottonwood Creek Park. For those enjoying the day with a run, you’ll require a lunch in Colorado Springs of perhaps chicken fried steak in gravy with potato and rolls. Carbs turn into pure energy as you run on those trails. Mangia!

Woodmen Trail

This east-west two mile walk begins on Woodmen Road and ends at Briargate Blvd. near the Skyline Trail. The trail splits in a couple of places. You’ll want to slip onto Cottonwood Creek Trail at Austin Bluff Pkwy. to head over to everyone’s favorite restaurant in Colorado Springs for the ultimate carb-fest: the Breakfast Burger featuring bacon, eggs, cheese, hashbrowns and the burger on a brioche roll complete with french fries.

Wade’s Cafe is on Academy Blvd., within reasonable distance of several walking and biking trails. Open for breakfast and lunch, the cafe is known for its hearty, tasty fare. Contact us at

to learn more.

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