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Teller County is located up Hwy 24 approximately 20 miles west of Colorado Springs and 1.5 hours from Breckenridge Ski Area in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. Teller County include the towns of Woodland Park, Florrisant, Divide, Cripple Creek and Victor. A small, home-town atmosphere encompasses these communities west of the Colorado Springs metropolis.
Woodland Park presents an interesting combination of ranch, mining, and tourist activities and affords a quicker and more scenic avenue to some of Colorado's best skiing. Some major grocery, retail, and restaurant chain stores exist in Woodland Park. This area has a strong appeal to most people as it offers a mountain-living life style somewhat removed from the normal characteristics of city/suburban living. Differences in weather conditions, vegetation, higher elevations, as well as limited sunlight in some areas, present a considerable range of living conditions. For residents who choose to live in these communities and work in Colorado Springs, the commute is a minimum of twenty minutes from Woodland Park through the well-maintained mountain pass (Ute Pass) down to the intersection of Highway 24 and I-25. The school district serving the Woodland Park neighborhoods is Woodland Park RE2.
Divide and Florissant offer the opportunity for more property and seclusion with the trade-off of a longer commute. The high-plains countryside here tends to be more open and consists of rugged beautiful hills with lovely rock formations and occasional forest areas along creeks and valleys. The area consists of numerous rural subdivisions with the opportunity for tracts of land of one-third acres or more with a newer modular home or perhaps an older home.