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The average service provider rating is 4.6 stars out of 5.0 after 184 customer reviews.

5 , Colorado Springs CO reviewing A.B.C. Moving Pros ( A Better Choice ) 2/11/2014 The guys did a great job and they were on time and very professional. I would definitely use them again and recommend them highly to anyone else who is moving in the Colorado area.
5 , Colorado Springs CO reviewing Springs Movers 12/23/2010 I hired Springs Movers to help me load a rental truck. The two young men they sent were punctual, hard working and had the entire apartment loaded onto the 16 ft. truck in less than 2 hours. Very professional movers. I will definitely recommend them to all my friends.
4 , Colorado Springs CO reviewing Gorilla Men Movers LLC 7/1/2014 They arrived on time and were very professional and courteous. I would use them again
5 , Highlands Ranch CO reviewing A Plus Movers 11/17/2009 These guys did I great job! They knew exactly how to arrange things to make the most of our storage unit. Very polite. I will use them again if the need arises. Show Response
5 , Canon City CO reviewing A.B.C. Moving Pros ( A Better Choice ) 10/23/2013 Stetson and his crew worked non-stop until the job was done. They quickly figured out where items went in the house and broke off on their own to expedite the process. The crew I had was very professional, courteous, timely and humorous. Stetson and his crew finished the job in less time then asked for.
5 , Colorado Springs CO reviewing Gorilla Men Movers LLC 6/23/2014 Both Austin and Andreas were polite, punctual and hard working. I highly recommend them to anyone needing help.
5 , Monument CO reviewing Gorilla Men Movers LLC 9/9/2013 These guys did a great job - on time and prepared to work. I had 2 loads to move on 2 separate occasions and I chose to use these guys for both. Chris and Austin worked diligently and professionally for each truck load (Big Loads!). I do recommend Gorrilla Men Movers for anyone moving to the Denver/Colorado Springs metro area.
5 , Colorado Springs CO reviewing DTen Moving Services, LLC. 1/29/2014 I would use them again and highly recommend their moving service. On time, polite, professional, and careful. Show Response

Moving to Colorado Springs

Approximately 65 miles south of Denver, Colorado’s state capitol, lies a smaller, wilder metropolis originally nicknamed, “Little London” but now known as Colorado Springs. Home to roughly 417,000 residents, Colorado Springs offers visitors and residents opportunities to get out in nature and discover the beauty of Colorado. Moving to Colorado Springs? Checkout our guide to Colorado Springs below for where to go and what to see once you're all moved in.

Getting Outside

Perhaps the most famous landmark, and certainly the first thing you’ll notice entering Colorado Springs is the mountain that frames the horizon: Pikes Peak. One of Colorado's 54 “fourteeners”, Pike’s Peak stands 14,115 feet tall and is home to a famous road race which pits racers against mountain in a race to the top. Partially completed on dirt roads, this race offers spectators the chance to get up close and watch their favorite drivers as they slide through turns and spin their way to the top. Visitors to Pikes Peak can drive up to the top of the mountain to enjoy freshly made doughnuts, made from a special recipe that only works at extreme altitudes. Those seeking a more relaxed journey may elect to take the railway which delivers them directly to the top of Pikes Peak. Pikes Peak is also home to a grueling foot race of marathon length, all the way from the base of the mountain to the top.

For an inexpensive day trip, visitors and residents can head over to Garden of the Gods, a free city park, home to unique geological formations and family-friendly walking trails. This free park, established in 1909 is sure to provide a moving experience for all who walk its pathways.

Another natural attraction visitors are sure to appreciate is the Seven Falls Park. Though just a mile in length, it contains seven unique waterfalls. The falls are lit with Christmas lights during winter, creating visual displays that are moving and unforgettable. This privately held park was established in the 1900s as a place to enjoy Colorado at its original beauty.

Abundant open space preserves, located throughout the city, are great places to hop on a mountain bike for an exciting afternoon, or enjoy a slower paced walk with loved ones. The crisp air of Colorado Springs will move even the hardiest of city dwellers. Colorado Springs was named “Best Place to Live” by Money magazine in 2006 and placed number one in Outside’s, “America’s Best Cities” in 2009. If you give yourself a little bit of time to explore and experience Colorado Springs, you’re sure to understand why.

Historical Sites

For those looking to dive into history, the Manitou Springs cliff dwellings, located just west of Colorado Springs, is a remarkable site for a day trip. The Anasazi lived in this area from approximately 1200 B.C. to A.D. 1300. The site is an accurate replica of the places the Anasazi called home prior to the arrival of Europeans. Visitors may walk among the cliff dwellings, through the narrow doorways and up the handmade ladders to experience what it must have been like thousands of years ago. An on site museum and gift shop round out the experience and allow you to take a bit of history home with you.

rightA Just east of the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, visitors will find the historic Broadmoor Hotel. During the Railroad Age, the Broadmoor was the stopping place of the rich and famous and was hailed as the “Grand Dame of the Rockies.” Today, it boasts luxurious accommodations for its guests and offers a relaxing respite from the harried lifestyle found in larger cities. The Broadmoor is also a great place for golf enthusiasts and boasts several world class courses. The historical residences surrounding the Broadmoor date back to the early 1900’s, when the city was in its infancy.

The United States government chose Colorado Springs as the location for several military bases and government installations. Cheyenne Mountain is home to the fabled NORAD center. Buried deep within the mountain, this center was originally purposed to track and deploy the nations missile defense systems. Fort Carson and Peterson Air Force base are located within city limits and are home to Army and Air Force personnel. President Eisenhower chose Colorado Springs as the future home of the U.S. Air Force Academy in 1954. Since that time, thousands of young men and women have been transformed from citizens to competent Air Force officers.

Family Attractions

Olympic hopefuls will find the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, along with the headquarters for the U.S. Olympic Committee. Visitors to the city are encouraged to visit the facility and tour the world-class training environments that develop Olympic athletes. Colorado Springs is also well known in the figure skating community and has been home to numerous world class meets and competitions.

leftA The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, located southwest of Downtown Colorado Springs, is home to more than 750 different animals ranging from Lions to Hippos and nearly everything in between. Stroller-friendly walking paths and enthusiastic park rangers make this a great educational day trip that’s fun for the whole family.

The Royal Gorge Bridge is touted as the highest suspension bridge in the world at 1,053 feet above sea level. Located near Canon City, a short distance from Colorado Springs, visitors are encouraged to walk across the bridge, which provides a pathway over the Arkansas River.

Aviation lovers will enjoy Solos Restaurant, a dining establishment where guests actually eat inside of a KC-97 tanker circa 1953. The 275 seat plane was turned into a restaurant in 2002 and is a favorite attraction for visitors to the area. Delicious eats and historical places go hand in hand in Colorado Springs.

Colorado Springs is a delightful part of Colorado to move to. From the easternmost 14er, Pikes Peak, to the Cheyenne Zoo, the city offers fun and even free entertainment for families to come together, enjoy the outdoors and revel in the beauty of Colorado. New residents are encouraged to drop on by for a football game at the U.S. Air Force Academy or just a leisurely stroll through one of the cities numerous open space preserves. However where you're moving to Colorado Springs from, it is sure to leave a lasting impression on all it's residents, new and old. Make sure your first impression is positive by hiring Colorado Springs movers you can trust through HireAHelper.

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