Colorado Springs Ranks No. 8 for Best Air Quality in U.S.
According to realtor.com® , October 19, 2015, Colorado Springs ranks No. 8 for Best Air Quality in the U.S. Recently, realtor.com® researchers pulled together this year’s data from the Environmental Protection Agency which measures the Air Quality Index in 500 urban areas. They culled and ranked the nation’s top 10 cities with the cleanest air quality, as well as those that didn’t fare so well. http://www.realtor.com/news/trends/big-cities-with-best-and-worst-air-quality/?identityID=10214554&MID=2015_1023_WeeklyNL&RID=360667962&cid=eml-2015-1023-WeeklyNL-blog_1_airquality-blogs_trends
Colorado Springs, nestled at the base of Pikes Peak, lies at an altitude of 6,035 feet and, combined with our fresh, mountain air, makes for a perfect athlete-training atmosphere. Home to the flagship training center of the U.S. Olympic Committee and the Olympic Training Center programs, Colorado Springs is also the USOC headquarters. http://www.teamusa.org/About-the-USOC/Training-Centers-and-Sites/Colorado-Springs
With all this high altitude clean air, please keep in mind to stay well hydrated while you're visiting Colorado during our upcoming ski season. Some of the best powder in the world is right here in the Rocky Mountains due to our snow's low moisture content (usually 4-7%). Whether your skiing, hiking, biking, or just out dog walking be sure to bring along water for you and your 4-legged friend.
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