The Town of Green Mountain Falls is north of Pikes Peak and is 11 miles west of Colorado Springs just off U.S. Highway 24. At an altitude of 7,800 feet, the Town is set in a picturesque narrow mountain valley surrounded on three sides by Pike National Forest. The El Paso County/Teller County line goes North – South through Green Mountain Falls. Sixty two percent (62%) of the town is in El Paso County. Thirty eight percent (38%) is in Teller County. Natural assets include more than 20 miles of hiking, three creeks, waterfalls, a lake, rugged cliffs, forests, wildflowers, and abundant wildlife.
The Town location supports a unique lifestyle by providing a beautiful natural setting for a mountain home close to the employment opportunities, services, and culture of a nearby large city.
Each summer, the Green Box Arts Festival brings world-class art installations for residents and visitors to Green Mountain Falls to enjoy.
Fill your days viewing the many attractions of the Pikes Peak region and its diverse activities; then spend your evenings in the clear mountain air of the Ute Pass communities.
The Historic Green Mountain Falls Foundation (HGMFF) is committed to the enhancement and preservation of the unique qualities of the Green Mountain Falls and Chipita Park area.