When we went up to Pikes Peak we decided to drive. The cost to ride the Cog Railway is $35.00 per person. I didn’t really budget for that expense. Riding on the railway is on our “to do” list-–https://lovelivingincolorado.wordpress.com/2012/03/13/colorado-to-do-list/ but it will have to wait for now. So, I lived vicariously through the folks that did ride the railway to the top of Pikes Peak. I was able to take some great photos of the railway. One of the conductors (not sure if this is the correct term for the driver of the Cog Railway) allowed me inside the Cog Railway to get some stellar pictures. If these pictures entice you to take the Cog Railway up to Pikes Peak then I did my job!:) For more information about riding the Cog Railway please visit the following websites:
General information: http://cograilway.com/
Rates, times, coupons: http://cograilway.com/ratestimes.htm
A view of the tracks.The front of the railway. The views in the distance are priceless. A look inside the railway. Very clean and tidy. A million dollar view from the window.Round trip on the railway is 3 hours and 10 minutes. At the top of the peak they give you a chance to look at the views, shop at the highest gift shop in America, use the restroom, and grab a bite to eat. They let you know it is time to board and leave the peak by letting off a really loud whistle type noise. For more information on the railway route please visit–http://cograilway.com/alongroute.htm
How did I do? Did this post entice you to travel the Cog Railway? If so, “All Aboard!” Have a good weekend!