July 18-20, 2022
Colorado Springs, CO

Thought Leaders Activities

All activities will take place on Tuesday, July 19, 2022. Activities are for attendees only. Attendees will be emailed a link to RSVP for their preferred activity after registering. If you have any questions, please email Kayelei Wright at


Hiking Garden of the Gods

Duration: 2 – 5 PM / 3 hours

Guests: Max Guests – 40

Inclusions: All transportation, guides, water, applicable entrance fees

Difficulty: Easy/Intermediate

Location: Garden of the Gods

Garden of the Gods is one of the main attractions in the city of Colorado Springs, as well as for the entire state of Colorado. Its natural beauty is one of a kind and has attracted the attention of artists and photographers. The Garden of the Gods’ signature red rocks and its various other hogbacks were created during a geological upheaval along a natural fault line millions of years ago. Since then, the Garden of the Gods has attracted Native Americans and other travelers thanks to its striking beauty, wildlife, plant life, and natural shelters the formations create. Find yourself mesmerized by the vast rocks that tower above you as you are ushered through the park by our seasoned and knowledgeable guides. There are several options for hiking in the Garden of the Gods. There are many paved trails that meander through the natural rock formations in the central part of the park. There are also a number of soft surface trails branching out from the central garden that lead you to hidden gems and breath-taking views. Whatever path you choose, a hike through Garden of the Gods will leave you inspired. 



Stand Up Paddle Boarding—SUP

Duration: 2 – 4 PM / 2 hours

Guests: Max Guests – 15

Inclusions: Round trip transportation, guide, bottled water, all necessary equipment

Difficulty: Easy/Intermediate

Your Stand Up Paddleboard experience takes place at a quaint local lake just minutes from the Broadmoor with majestic Cheyenne Mountain as the backdrop. All gear and safety equipment is provided. During your lesson, you will learn equipment names and functions, balancing techniques & body placement, proper stroke form & execution, course correction methods, falling & self-rescue, and much more. After instruction, you’ll be confidently cruising around the lake enjoying the Colorado sunny, blue skies and gorgeous scenery.


Bike Ride of Gold Camp Road

Duration: 2 - 5 PM / 3 hours

Guests: Max Guests – 15

Inclusions: All transportation, helmets, bikes, guides, and water

Difficulty: Easy/Intermediate

Description: Have you ever wondered what The Broadmoor looks like from a thousand feet above? A ride with spectacular vistas and a gradual downhill slope allows participants to enjoy all of the natural beauty around them. This historic road is closed to vehicles and has two interesting tunnels. This biking tour is a perfect fit for all abilities and group size!



Manitou & Pikes Peak Cog Railway

Duration: 12:30 – 5:30 PM / 5 hours

12:30 Buses Depart the Broadmoor

12:50 Arrive at Manitou Depot

1:20 Train departs Manitou Depot (Approx. Arrival at the Summit: 2:35 PM)

40-minutes at the Summit

3:15 PM Approx. Departure from the Summit: 3:15 PM

4:30 Train returns to Manitou Depot

5:00 Buses Depart for the Broadmoor

5:30 Arrival Broadmoor

Guests: Max Guests – 40

Inclusions: Boxed lunch. Round-trip transportation from the Broadmoor to Manitou Depot. One round-trip ticket per individual.  Our group will have reserved seating together.

Difficulty: Easy

The Cog has been climbing Pikes Peak since 1891. We are proud to be one of the most unique experiences in the country. Recognized as the world’s highest cog railroad, The Broadmoor Manitou and Pikes Peak Cog Railway is an important part of the heritage of the Western United States. Taking this journey is like walking the footsteps of history, and now the adventure is even more iconic and inspiring. Pikes Peak, known as America’s Mountain, is the star attraction, but the journey along the way is full of show-stopping moments. You will never forget this 3.5 hour round trip journey and your first glimpse of the Summit. You’ve reached the top, now what? Some have described the Pikes Peak summit as the “gateway to heaven.” Pause, inhale, look around and take it all in. Both the Collegiate and Sangre de Cristo mountain ranges catch your gaze as well as the mining town of Cripple Creek and on a clear day you may even see the skyscrapers of Denver. Explore the newly constructed re-designed Pikes Peak Visitor Center and learn about the mountain’s history while taking in more stunning views. Looking for even more adventure on your trip back down the mountain? Instead of riding the train, you may feel inspired to hike down the mountain on the 13-mile Barr Trail or take a ride via bike along the twisting Pikes Peak Highway and see Colorado like never before. This is your adventure, it’s what you make it.


Golf- Broadmoor East Course / 9-holes

Price: Golf club rentals are an additional fee of $84/set.

Duration: 3 Hours Pace of Play for 9-holes.

Guests: Max Guests - 40

Tee Times: Tee Times Every 10-Mintues 2:00 – 3:30 PM

2:00 PM; 2:10 PM; 2:20 PM, 2:30 PM, 2:40 PM, 2:50 PM, 3:00 PM; 3:10 PM; 3:20 PM; 3:30 PM

Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult

Inclusions: One-round (9-holes) of golf on the Broadmoor East Course.  Includes beverages and snacks from the beverage cart. Does not include tobacco products, balls or apparel.

Please Note: You cannot select your tee time. You can request with whom you wish to play and we will do our best to accommodate your request.



The Broadmoor's East Course is known for its wide, tree-lined fairways and expansive greens. With its challenging terrain and amazing mountain vistas, The East Course is ranked among the best golf courses in the country. Since the large trees can alter your shots and the putting greens difficult to read, the best tip we can offer for those taking on this open course is to remember that putts break away from the mountains.


Holes 1-6 - Donald Ross

Holes 7-15 - Robert Trent Jones, Sr.

Holes 16-18 - Donald Ross



The East Course has been home to many major tournaments, including the 1959 U.S. Amateur (which was Jack Nicklaus' first major win), the 1967 U.S. Amateur, and the 1995 U.S. Women's Open, which was Annika Sorenstam's first major title. Most recently, the famous course served as the host to the 2008 U.S. Senior Open, 2011 U. S. Women's Open Championship and the 2018 U.S. Senior Open.  In 2025, The Broadmoor is proud to host the U.S. Senior Open once more. The East Course was one of only 12 North American and Caribbean golf courses to receive a five-star rating by Golf Digest. The venue has also been ranked number one in customer service among resorts by Golf Digest. Links magazine voted the Broadmoor a Top 25 Golf Resort of the World in its Silver Anniversary edition.



Duration:  2 – 5 PM / 3 hours

Guests: 20 – Max

  1. 16 for Doubles play (Max)
  1. 4 for clinic


Inclusions: 1 Can of High-Altitude Tennis Balls per player. Beer/Water/Sports Drinks.


Rated as one of the Top 20 tennis resorts in the country by Tennis Magazine for the past 20 years, The Broadmoor Tennis Club is a legendary destination for players of all skill levels. Our superior facilities include three cushioned hard courts, two Har-Tru courts and three new pickleball courts. 

  1. Casual Round Robin play / Doubles. Winner and 2nd place teams will be determined. (4 Courts)


  1. USPTA pro led one-hour drill clinic (1 Court)




Duration: 3 – 5 PM / 2 Hours (8 players MAX)


Times: 3:00 – 3:30 pm Pickleball Clinic OR 3:30 – 5:00 pm Pickleball Round Robin


Difficulty: Easy/Moderate


Inclusions: Racquet Rental and Balls. Beer/Water/Sports Drinks.




THE FASTEST GROWING SPORT IN THE COUNTRY. Pickleball has been fully embraced at The Broadmoor, as it is a fun and active sport for the entire family. Whether you’re a beginner or seasoned expert, pickleball is fun.


  1. Casual Round Robin play / Doubles. Winner and 2nd place teams will be determined.


  1. USPTA pro led one-hour drill clinic.