Colorado Springs, CO
You’ll fly into Colorado Springs and spend five days and four nights in this beautiful Western city at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, home of the Olympic Training Center, the US Air Force Academy and Pikes Peak.
Colorado Springs is the ideal summer destination for leisure, pleasure and adventure.
Stay in a Beautiful
Mountain Lodge Home
We limit the size of our groups to 8 to 20 people – big enough so there is plenty of interaction and small enough so everyone can get to know each other.
Our guests are a very selective group – people with high standards, people who like to play as hard as they work. Who knows? You just might meet your next best friend or your next business partner.
The only rules are to relax and have fun. Casual is the name of the game. Wear your favorite pair of jeans and your most comfortable t-shirt. If you feel more comfortable dressing up, go for it.
We just want you to enjoy yourself.
White Water Rafting
Experience the thrill of rafting in the Colorado white water. We’ll get away from the city and explore the incomparable, rugged wilderness just an hour away.
You’ll get a real taste for the beauty of the Rocky Mountains, while experiencing the thrill of life from the river’s point of view.
Bike Down Pike’s Peak
Get ready for an exciting 7000 foot descent down one of America’s most famous 14er’s. Your bike ride begins at the summit of Pikes Peak (14,110 feet) where you can take photos and enjoy the breathtaking 360 degree view for as far as the eye can see.
Pikes Peak, America’s Mountain, was the first mountain pioneers and 49ers would see when traveling West. It was the inspiration for the song “America the Beautiful.” On clear days you can see Kansas from the summit.
As we work our way down this majestic mountain, you will be in awe as you watch the scenery change while you bike through five separate climactic life zones. Don’t worry though, they won’t pass by without plenty of stops for pictures along the way.
This unforgettable journey is designed for all abilities and requires no prior training.
in the Rocky Mountains
Few things are as special and relaxing as horseback riding in the Rocky Mountains.
Experience the timeless allure of the American West as your professional guide escorts you through scenic trails where you may even spy an old mining claim as well as elk, buffalo, or other indigenous animals among the stunning mountain views.
We take great pride in working with the highest rated stable company to make this an experience you’ll always remember.
Zip Lining in the Mountains
A thrilling exploration following rope bridges and culminating in a rappel.
The Zip Lining Adventure consists of 10 zip-lines that range in distance from 300 feet to 1,800 feet as well as moderate hiking, rope bridges, and a rappel that provide stunning views of the canyon.
The course cruises over pines, creeks, valleys, a natural granite arch, waterfalls, and the trails leading to the falls.
Explore the Seven Falls
The only waterfall in Colorado that has earned a spot on National Geographic’s list of must-see International Waterfalls, Seven Falls is one of Colorado’s most captivating natural wonders.
This magnificent series of water falls sits in a 1250 foot box canyon.
You’ll take in stunning views of some of the most unforgettable sightseeing in Colorado as you climb the steps to the hiking trails and streams above.
Behind the Scenes
Tour of the US Olympic
The U.S. Olympic Complex in Colorado Springs is the flagship training center for the U.S. Olympic Committee.
The center has sport venues and support facilities for fencing, gymnastics, judo, modern pentathlon, shooting, swimming, taekwondo, weightlifting and wrestling.
The OTC provides housing, dining and training facilities for more than 500 athletes and coaches at one time.
Like this retreat, the OTC is an environment that leads to success.
From the day The Broadmoor hotel opened in 1918, it set out to create a dining experience that celebrates innovation along with the culinary traditions of the American West.
Taking their cue from the adventurous spirit of Colorado, their diverse restaurants feature an inviting blend of contemporary styling and classic elegance.
From classic pub fare and steakhouse favorites, to fine dining —a true culinary adventure awaits you at the Colorado Springs luxury hotel.
Ruben and Aerial Skiing Olympian, Clyde Getty
Ruben and his children with Don Shearer,
WWII hero who survived being a POW
at “The Great Escape” camp.
Meet Incredible People
and Leave Inspired
to Go for the Gold
Ruben and his high achieving friends will entertain you with short presentations throughout your stay.
There’s no telling who you might meet at one of Ruben’s retreats – Everest climbers, Astronauts, Military Leaders and heroes, Olympians, business leaders, Olympic coaches, etc.
The best part is you’ll be hanging around them in a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere where you can really get to know them.
You’ll see for yourself that they are all ordinary people who achieved the extraordinary.
After this retreat you’ll be charged up and inspired to achieve more in everything you do.
Ruben and his son Gracen, with Shuttle Astronaut Leroy Chiao, and Shuttle Astronaut / Everest Climber Scott Parazynski.
Ruben with NBA Utah Jazz star Mark Eaton
Ruben with Shuttle Astronaut Jeff Ashby and
US Olympic Ski Coach Bill Baum.