There are lots of ways to get to Manitou Springs! Below you will find information about arriving by car, bus, or bike. No matter how you arrive, welcome to our town.

If you have any questions, feel free to stop in and see us at the Visitors Bureau, located at 354 Manitou Ave. and just outside of our Historic Downtown.

Arriving by Car

From the North:

Take 1-25 South to Exit 141
Merge onto Highway 24 West (towards the mountains)
Travel 4 miles to the Manitou Avenue exit
Turn right off the exit ramp
Follow Manitou Ave to our historic downtown, or stop in and see us at 354 Manitou Ave Manitou Springs 80829 for more information about the Pikes Peak Region.

From the South:

Take 1-25 North to Exit 141
Merge on to Highway 24 West (towards the mountains)
Travel 4 miles to the Manitou Avenue exit
Turn right off the exit ramp
Follow Manitou Ave to our historic downtown, or stop in and see us at 354 Manitou Ave Manitou Springs 80829 for more information about the Pikes Peak Region.

From the East:

Take I-70 West to exit 359 (Limon)
Merge onto Highway 24 West
Continue west to Colorado Springs
Highway 24 will join with N Powers Blvd/CO-21 South
Turn Right on to Fountain Blvd to stay on US-24 West
Keep right at the fork, and follow signs for I-25 North/US-24 West/Denver/Manitou Springs
Take 1-25 North to Exit 141
Merge onto Highway 24 West (towards the mountains)
Travel 4 miles to the Manitou Avenue exit
Turn right off the exit ramp
Follow Manitou Ave to our historic downtown, or stop in and see us at 354 Manitou Ave Manitou Springs 80829 for more information about the Pikes Peak Region.

From the West:

Take I-70 East to exit 203 (CO-9 South)
Travel about 35-40 miles, turn left to merge on to US-24 East/CO-9 South
Take the exit for Manitou Ave (US-24 Business)
Follow Manitou Ave to our historic downtown, or stop in and see us at 354 Manitou Ave Manitou Springs 80829 for more information about the Pikes Peak Region.

Alternative Transportation

By Bus – Mountain Metro Transit:

Route 3 city bus travels between Memorial Park at Old Man’s Trail in Manitou Springs and the Downtown Colorado Springs Terminal through Old Colorado City. Connections can be made to the Free Shuttle in Manitou Springs. For more information about Mountain Metro Transit, visit mmtranist.com

By Bicycle:

The Manitou Springs Creekwalk trail connects to the Midland Trail, offering a fun way to get outdoors and explore our town.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to construction, The Midland Trail will be closed through Fall 2018 from Beckers Lane to Columbia Road for construction.  The signed detour route is to use El Paso Blvd, connecting to a bike route along Pikes Peak Ave or back to the Midland Trail via either Columbia Road or Beckers Lane.

Helpful Bike Links:

BikeCOS

Pikes Peak Region Bike Map

Commuting by Bike

Bike and Bus