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Unforgettable Views and a Unique Enclave Atop Cheyenne Mountain

The Broadmoor's Cloud Camp a mountaintop hideaway in a truly unrivaled setting


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THE BROADMOOR

 

Sitting at 3,000 feet above The Broadmoor, atop Cheyenne Mountain, is a unique enclave called Cloud Camp. Built on the foundation of Broadmoor founder Spencer Penrose’s original 1927 Cheyenne Lodge, Cloud Camp is a mountaintop hideaway in a truly unrivaled setting. 

The Main Lodge has seven beautifully appointed guest rooms including two  suites, a grand dining hall anchored by two rock fireplaces and wraparound decks with breathtaking panoramic views. Twelve nearby one- and two-bedroom cabins are nestled among the pines, including the spectacular Fire Tower Suite that is perched another 200 feet above the lodge with 360 degree views. 

A charming and unique log building sits just below the Main Lodge. Perfect for everything from breakout sessions to board meetings and receptions, The Overlook’s 1,500 sq. ft. is specifically designed to accommodate groups of up to 70 guests. Inside, The Overlook has full audio/visual capabilities for meetings, or can be set for a private banquet with doors that open to a private deck for cocktails or entertainment. But what makes Cloud Camp’s Overlook a true standout are the unforgettable views that range all the way from Pikes Peak north along the Front Range and east as far as the eye can see.

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