Ute Pass is a mountain pass west of Colorado Springs, to the north of Pikes Peak and is located along U.S. Highway 24.
The Ute Pass area spans several smaller mountain communities along U.S. Highway 24 as it ascends from Manitou Springs to Woodland Park including towns such as Cascade, Chipeta Park, Crystola, Divide and Green Mountain Falls.
Ute Pass is serviced by School District 14 and Woodland Park School District RE-2.
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Ute Pass is served by school district 14 and also Woodland Park School District RE-2.
There are a number of reputable care facilities in the Ute Pass area including Pikes Peak Regional.
• Memorial Health Systems: http://www.memorialhealthsystem.com/
• HealthSouth Rehabilitation Clinic: http://www.healthsouth.com/
• Affordable Medical Supply: http://affordablemedmart.com/
• Interm Health Care: http://www.interimhealthcare.com/coloradosprings
• Penrose - St. Francis Health Services: http://www.penrosestfrancis.org/
• Pikes Peak Regional: http://www.pikespeakregionalhospital.com/
While the area has limited options for dining that does not mean that you have to travel far for a good meal. Head over to the Black Bear Restaurant for a more upscale dining experience or for a fun and historic experience check out The Pantry.• Black Bear Restaurant: http://www.blackbearrestaurant.com/
From hiking up Mount Herman to horseback riding, playing golf and jogging and biking along the New Santa Fe Trail, there are a bevy of outdoor activities available in the Tri-Lakes area.
Green spaces in the area include Limbach Park, For Run Regional Park and the memorably-named Dirty Woman Creek Park, Monument's largest park named after a pioneer woman who lived in an unkempt shack along the creek.
The 14-mile New Santa Fe Trail begins in Palmer Lake and spans south through Monument and through the Air Force Academy Grounds before connecting to the Pikes Peak Greenway on its way into Colorado Springs proper.
Just south of Monument, is the newest and largest climbing facility in the Colorado Springs area, CityRock. Here, seasoned rock climbers and novices alike can experience indoor and outdoor climbing activities, instruction and training by purchasing a day pass (about $15 per person) or monthly membership.
Nearby, the Colorado Sports and Events Center calls itself “Southern Colorado's premier facility for sports and entertainment.” The complex plays home to various recreational leagues and activities and features both an NHL-sized ice rink and a large turf field.
There are a limited number of religious centers and worship places in the Ute Pass area of Colorado Springs.
While the Ute Pass area may have limited shopping there are plenty of places in the surrounding area to shop. Spend the day at the Manitou Springs Historic District Shops browsing and dining at great local restaurants. University Village has even more chances for you to get in some retail therapy with some of your favorites like Kohl's and Costco.
• Manitou Springs Historic District Shops: http://manitousprings.org/category/shopping/
• Old Colorado City Historic District Shops: http://shopoldcoloradocity.com/
• University Village Colorado: http://www.uvcshopping.com/