Annual Meeting 2023 Activities

Exploring the best of the Broadmoor

Explore Onsite Activities for Annual Meeting 2023

Don’t miss your opportunity to network while having a little fun in the Rockies. Similar to the Annual Meeting registration system, follow the link to login and purchase Annual Meeting Activities. Each activity will have a separate option for member and guest. For login assistance, please contact We look forward to seeing you in Colorado.

  • Golf Tournament.

    Proud Host of The 2025 U.S. Senior Open

    Set in the Cheyenne Mountain foothills of Colorado Springs, The Broadmoor Golf Club is consistently ranked among the best in the world. Our two iconic courses were designed by some of golf’s greatest names, and have played host to numerous national tournaments, including the U.S. Women’s Open and PGA Cup Matches. Presidents, politicians, celebrities, and legendary athletes have played at The Broadmoor, and our distinctive courses have challenged them all.

    Please join us for a fabulous afternoon of golf at the Broadmoor Golf Club, Sunday October 15. Scramble format with a shotgun start at 1pm.

    Driving range is available and complimentary at 12:30 pm. Boxed lunch is included.

    Rental clubs are $80 and include a sleeve of balls.

  • Wild West Adventure.

    Axe Throwing, Archery, & Pellet Guns

    Your Wild West Experience begins with a ride up Old Stage Road, the stage-coach route used by those making their way to the gold-mining communities of Victor and Cripple Creek. Once off the stage-road, you will find yourself in the forested canyon floor of South Cheyenne Creek, where Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir whisper in the breeze and the creek flows toward Seven Falls Park, far below in the canyon.

    This hidden canyon is where you will learn and hone the skills once necessary to survive in the Wild West! Our standing archery targets offer a chance to perfect your aim before you head through the forest to our walking range where 3-D targets of critters and varmints will be waiting for you. Once you’ve made your way through the archery range, you will exchange your bow and arrow for tomahawks. Your guide will show you the proper technique for tomahawk throwing, and you will have the opportunity to throw at three hanging targets made from thick slices of local timber. After you have stuck your tomahawks, you will head to the pellet gun range where a plethora of targets provide many options for you to aim at and hit. The “tink” of a direct hit will reward you, and the sound of target bells lets you know you have become a sharpshooter!

    Our staff will teach the fundamentals of each activity and test your skills with challenging games allowing for friendly competition. Safety glasses, equipment, water, and transportation are provided. Transportation takes approximately 18 minutes. A boxed lunch is provided.

    Cancellation is 48 hours prior to for a refund.

  • Ziplining.

    Experience the exhilaration of Seven Falls with a high-flying adventure that propels you across “The Grandest Mile of Scenery in Colorado”. Located in the secluded South Cheyenne Canyon, The Broadmoor Soaring Adventure consists of 10 zip lines (divided between two courses) that range in distance from 250 feet to 1,800 feet as well as moderate hiking, rope bridges, and a controlled 180-foot rappel that offers stunning views of the waterfalls and the canyon below.

    A 15-minute ground school allows expert guides to fit each guest with harnesses, helmets and gloves as well as provide instructions on how to safely navigate the course. You’ll also encounter Indiana Jones-style suspension bridges, scenic hiking trails, and incredible views along the way.

    All participants MUST:

    • Weigh between 90 lbs and 250 lbs, fully clothed (you will be discreetly weighed)

    • Wear close-toed shoes

    • Be of sober mind (no alcohol, legal, or illegal substances)

    • Not be, or possibly be, pregnant

    • 15 minutes bus ride on property – transportation and box lunch provided

  • Pickleball.

    Bring your competitive spirit to the Broadmoor Pickleball courts for a Clinic (2:00-2:45 pm) and Mixer/Tournament (2:45-5:00 pm) on Tuesday, October 17th. Please let us know if you will need a Paddle. Snacks and beverages will be provided.

    The following guidelines are to be followed for all adult and junior pickleball players at our Colorado Springs resort:

    • Proper tennis/pickleball attire of any color is suggested (shirts are required at all times).

    • Proper tennis/pickleball shoes are required. Dark-soled, running or hiking shoes are not allowed and may cause injury.

    • Bathing attire, jeans, and sports bras for women, as well as sleeveless shirts for men, sandals and other non-tennis/pickleball dress are not appropriate.

  • Yoga.

    Need a deep breath and a stretch after an informative general session? Join fellow members in an hour of yoga. Water and mats are provided. Location to be determined based on number of registrants. You will be notified at registration as to the location.

  • Flipcup

    Join us again for our second flip cup tournament during the opening reception and dinner on Sunday evening at the Cheyenne Lodge. Non-alcoholic drink alternatives are welcome for players.

    Please let us know if you would like to participate so we can pre-arrange teams.