Enjoy a beautiful walk while witnessing the majesty of Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater. Explore the historic western Town of Golden where you can stroll along Clear Creek trail, check out the local shops or sample some craft beer at one of the many local breweries. Travel 2000 feet (610m) up the Lariat Trail Scenic and Historic Byway to the top of Lookout Mountain while viewing a breathtaking 200 mile (320km) panorama. Visit the Buffalo Bill Museum and Grave (admission included). See American Bison (Buffalo). Special Note: Accessibility to Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater depends on concerts, events, and set up schedule.
Our most scenic half-day mountain tour! The best way to explore the Rocky Mountains in a 1/2 day! Visit Red Rocks Park and amphitheater then drive into the mountains via Bear Creek Canyon and see many of the Denver Mountain Parks. Browse the shops or enjoy a quick drink at a western saloon, a winery or a coffee shop in the quaint town of Evergreen. Witness beautiful mountain vistas while climbing over Squaw Pass to Echo Lake. Stroll around this beautiful glacial lake sitting at 10,600 feet at the base of 14,265 ft Mt. Evans and enjoy the idyllic mountain scenery. Special Note: Wildlife viewing likely but not guaranteed.
Great half-day Rocky Mountain adventure. Follow the steps of the 1859 Gold Rush, travel up rugged Clear Creek Canyon and look for the state mammal the Big Horn Sheep on the steep canyon walls. Visit the historic town of Central City and admire the architecture in what was once considered the richest square mile on earth and hear the stories of miners and their way of life. Then visit a Real Ghost Town from the mining boom. Next, enjoy the scenic mountain views as you head over to Historic Georgetown where you will tour a real working Gold Mine and learn about the mines history and modern day mining techniques, you can even try your luck at striking it rich! See Learn and Explore the Wild West on this fun Colorado Gold Rush Tour.
See, Learn and Explore nature on this beautiful 4-mile guided hike in the Rocky Mountains. Unwind and leave your stress behind as you connect with nature on this hike through the forest and mountain meadows. In the summer see beautiful wildflowers growing in open mountain meadows. In the fall see the colorful changing aspen trees and look for deer and elk. In the winter enjoy a peaceful walk among the snow-covered trees and meadows. There is something wonderful in every season to be enjoyed on this adventure through the Rockies. After, enjoy a drink at one of your guides favorite local spots.
Travel through rugged Clear Creek Canyon on your way up the highest paved road in North America into the Mount Evans Wilderness Area (admission included) where you will reach an altitude of over 12,800 feet at beautiful Summit Lake and 14,265 feet (4,348 meters) if conditions allow us to the summit this spectacular Colorado 14er! See breathtaking Top of the World views of the Majestic Rocky Mountains, view bighorn sheep and mountain goats in their natural environment. Stop for lunch and shopping in Idaho Springs, a real old-western town, before returning back to Denver. Special Note: Wildlife viewing likely but not guaranteed.
Rocks Park and Amphitheater. Travel through rugged Clear Creek Canyon on your way over the Continental Divide while reaching an altitude of nearly 12,000 feet (3,657m). Visit an old western town. See breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains, ski resorts, and Dillon reservoir. Stop for lunch and shopping in the Village of Breckenridge. Take an optional gondola ride to the base of Breckenridge Ski Area. Return to Denver through the Eisenhower Tunnel - the longest, highest, passenger car tunnel in the world. Special Note: Gondola ride is only available during the ski and peak summer seasons.
Travel up exciting Pikes Peak Highway (admission included) to the 14,110 foot summit of Americas best known mountain while enjoying spectacular mountain scenery along the way. Witness the same views that inspired Katherine Lee Bates to write America the Beautiful in 1893. Visit Historic Manitou Springs. Sample 1000-year-old soda water mineral springs while in town or play vintage games at the penny arcade and enjoy lunch and shopping on your own. Then tour majestic Garden of the Gods park while surrounded by towering ancient rock formations and grand views of Pikes Peak. Enjoy a walk down one of the trails through the park and get up close with the beautiful nature and geology. Stop at the Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center and tour the museum exhibits before heading back to Denver. Special Note: Reaching Pikes Peak summit is dependent on road conditions/closures and weather.
See, Learn and Explore one of America's most treasured National Parks on this adventure. Take a short walk to a beautiful waterfall. Discover fragile alpine tundra and see incredible rocky mountain views as you travel 11 miles above timberline while reaching an elevation of 12,183 feet on Trail Ridge Road. Enjoy a picnic lunch while surrounded by pristine mountain scenery. Observe a variety of wildlife including herds of grazing elk and yellow-bellied marmots. Visit the quaint mountain village of Estes Park and explore the artisan and souvenir shops . Stop at the Historic Stanley Hotel if time allows. (Park entrance fee and picnic lunch included) Special Note: Wildlife viewing likely but not guaranteed.
Enjoy the beauty and fun of the Rocky Mountains on one of our full- or half-day adventures. We specialize in small group tours designed to get you out to See, Learn and Explore, not just drive past all that Denver, the Foothills and the Rocky Mountains have to offer. Friendly, knowledgeable service form a small local business owned and operated by a local Colorado family. Let us share with you the best of Colorful Colorado!
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