“The Pikes Peak Peanut Pusher-Live from Barr Trail”
Saturday, July 9
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Barr Trail, 540 Ruxton Avenue, Manitou Springs, 80829
July 9•••Saturday 9:00 am ••• “The Pikes Peak Peanut Pusher-Live from Barr Trail” The City of Manitou Springs and the Manitou Springs Heritage Center and Museum proudly present The Pikes Peak Peanut Pusher-Live from Barr Trail. Since its recorded history, Pikes Peak has been the inspiration for both tests of courage and willpower. Bob Salem, a local resident of Colorado Springs, will attempt to push a peanut up Barr Trail to the summit of America’s Mountain. The feat has been accomplished only three times during Manitou Springs’ 150-year history. The event will start at the Barr Trail trailhead (near the corner of 540 Ruxton Avenue) and feature live entertainment with the Thursday Drum Circle. Meet the Peanut Pusher and cheer him on to the top of Pikes Peak. Due to limited parking at the trailhead, please consider parking in downtown Manitou Springs and take Manitou Incline Shuttle No. 33 to the event.
Visit our free museum to learn more about the history of the Pikes Peak Peanut Pusher. Manitou Springs Heritage Center and Museum 517 Manitou Avenue Manitou Springs, Colorado 80829. For more information, call 719-685-1454, email: [email protected], or visit www.manitouspringsheritagecenter.org. Open Tuesday through Sunday Noon-4:00pm or by appointment.
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