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  • Denver: Rocky Mountain Half-Day Explorer Trip

    1. Denver: Rocky Mountain Half-Day Explorer Trip

    The foothills of the Rocky Mountains bear amazing views, dinosaur tracks, and the world famous Red Rocks Amphitheater. Drive along the historic Lariat Loop up Bear Creek Canyon and enjoy closer views of the Rockies.  Take a break along the way in Evergreen for a cup of coffee or a beer. Immerse yourself in some of the Wild West feel that Colorado has to offer.  Make a stop at Lookout Mountain for amazing views of the plains and the continental divide. This is the place where Buffalo Bill, the West’s first superstar, requested to be laid to rest.

    The 8 hour of Rocky Mountain national park tour was a garbage but I still want to use this app because this tour was impeccable! You visit many places within 4 hours, all of which are so worth visiting. The tour is so compact but I could have enough time for everything!

  • Denver: Red Rocks Amphitheater and Mount Evans Tour

    2. Denver: Red Rocks Amphitheater and Mount Evans Tour

    Meet your friendly and knowledgeable guide in downtown Denver. From there, get comfortable in a van and enjoy the picturesque views as you drive to your first stop, the Red Rocks Amphitheater. Admire the breathtaking views in all directions from one of the world’s most unique and scenic outdoor music venues. After Red Rocks Amphitheater, your tour will continue along the scenic Lariat Loop to Evergreen. From there, you will head towards Mount Evans on a scenic bypass with panoramic views. Stop for a picnic lunch at Echo Lake and take in the majestic mountain views. Then enjoy a ride on the highest paved road in North America to the summit of Mt. Evans, at 14,000 feet. On the way back to Denver, enjoy a brief stop in Idaho Springs for a beer or some shopping.

    It was a great tour that was well worth the buck. Kyle did an amazong job as our tour guide. He is well informed on many things ranging from history, wildlife, geography to some pretty good recommendations for Denver. He seemed pretty experienced driving in the narrow mountain roads up to Mount Evans, and played some good mountain jams. We took the tour on our second day in Denver. Would definitely recommend it and hope we could do a Rocky Mountain National park tour with Kyle in the future.

  • Denver/Boulder: Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

    3. Denver/Boulder: Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

    Enter the Rocky Mountain National Park and experience the wonders that inspired early explorers to push for the protection of its amazing landscape. See Long’s Peak, the park’s highest mountain, soaring into the sky at 14,259 feet. Admire glacial-carved valleys, filled with aspen and pine trees. From Denver, drive along the Front Range through Boulder with its famous Flatirons Rock Formations. Continue through canyons alive with wildlife up to Estes Park, the charming town at the entrance of the Rocky Mountain National Park.

    Once you have entered the park your guide will take you to the best spots for wildlife viewing, photographs, walks, or just relaxing. Throughout the summer the tour will take you up trail ridge road to 13,000 feet. In the winter the high alpine road is closed and more time will be spent discovering the valley and its crystal clear alpine lakes.

    Aaron was very knowledgeable about the park, its history and the surrounding area. The park is beautiful. I would have liked to do a little more hiking, but it was a pretty windy day when we got up high.

  • Denver: Boulder Hike & Beer with Local Guide

    4. Denver: Boulder Hike & Beer with Local Guide

    Get a taste of why Boulder was voted the happiest place in the US: sunshine, craft beer and the great outdoors. With hiking trails among stunning rock formations and local breweries all around, you’ll quickly become happy too. So breathe in fresh mountain air while hiking on a moderate 3 mile trail among Boulder’s best spots and enjoy a beer with some newly-made friends. Finish the tour with a cold beer (1 beer is included in price) or coffee near Pearl Street pedestrian zone. Denver and Boulder pickups available.

    Mel was an excellent guide and very knowledgeable which made the hike even more interesting. It was very nice being able to get into nature and overlook the city of Boulder. The brewery was very nice and beer was delicious, we also got to walk around downtown for a bit. I also want to add that Mel recommended a coffee shop in Idaho Springs for breakfast and it was the best hot chocolate and breakfast burrito I've had.

  • Vail: 2-Hour Small-Group Guided Segway Tour

    5. Vail: 2-Hour Small-Group Guided Segway Tour

    Explore Vail's attractions and scenery with effortless ease on this guided Segway tour. Cruise for 2 hours along 12 miles (about 19 kilometers) of the most beautiful paths and scenic trails the Vail Valley has to offer in a small group of up to 6 people. After making your way to the meeting point, receive training on how to use your Segway. Once you're ready, follow a circuit around Vail, stopping for commentary and photos en route. Admire the mountain and forest backdrops of the Vail Valley, discover hidden sights, and cruise around cobbled Vail Village. As you go, learn facts about Vail’s history and get insider tips from your guide that you may not hear otherwise. Marvel at the amazing scenery of the majestic Rocky mountains as you find out about what makes this pristine natural environment so special and diverse.

  • Denver: Full-Day Breckenridge Mountain Explorer Tour

    6. Denver: Full-Day Breckenridge Mountain Explorer Tour

    Escape Denver and visit one of the most charming towns in the Rockies on this small-group tour. The drive up includes a stop at Red Rocks Amphitheater, one of the most beautiful and iconic concert venues in the world. Weather permitting, drive over the Continental Divide at Loveland Pass. At 11,900 feet, the view is like standing on top of the world. Along the way, pick up insights into Colorado's history and culture from an experienced and passionate guide. Finally, arrive in Breckenridge, one of Colorado’s most indelible mountain resorts. Enjoy free time to walk through the town, sit down for a meal, hike to the famous troll, or have fun in the snow in winter months. You’ll have plenty of time to explore before heading back to the Denver.

    Enjoyed the narration and beautiful scenery all the way to Breckenridge. Ryan was a fantastic host and answered all questions. I felt safe in the COVID environment and enjoyed our group’s dynamics.

  • Tombstone: 2-Hour Small Group Scavenger Hunt Game

    7. Tombstone: 2-Hour Small Group Scavenger Hunt Game

    Looking for a way to turn Tombstone into a giant game board?   Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the Amazing Race with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Tombstone with a wild-west theme.  Guided from any smart phone, groups make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history.  The scavenger hunt adventure begins in the heart of this famous western town and takes you on a well-designed course to historic saloons, theaters and of course, the O.K. Corral.  This mini Quest tour requires approximately 1 mile of walking.  Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play.  Stop to watch a shoot-out, or grab a refreshing sarsaparilla to wet your whistle and go at your own pace. Offer...

  • Denver: Downtown Winery Walking Tour, Tastings, & Lunch

    8. Denver: Downtown Winery Walking Tour, Tastings, & Lunch

    Savor hand-crafted red and white wines on this wine walking tour around iconic downtown Denver areas. Try a total of 12 memorable Colorado wines at three acclaimed wineries, paired with a gourmet lunch of your choice, customized to fit any dietary needs.

    Begin at Blanchard Family Wines in Denver’s prominent Dairy Block. Enjoy a savory and delicious gourmet boxed lunch alongside 4 wine flights and a chocolate pairing.

    Following an 11-minute walk to the LoDo (lower downtown) area, arrive at Attimo Wine and sample another 4 notable Colorado wines.

    End your tour at the picturesque RiNo Arts District, one of Denver’s trendiest neighborhoods. Visit Infinite Monkey, a 15-minute walk away from LoDo, where you will experience your final four wines: a white, red, rose, and blend.

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What people are saying about Colorado

It was a great tour that was well worth the buck. Kyle did an amazong job as our tour guide. He is well informed on many things ranging from history, wildlife, geography to some pretty good recommendations for Denver. He seemed pretty experienced driving in the narrow mountain roads up to Mount Evans, and played some good mountain jams. We took the tour on our second day in Denver. Would definitely recommend it and hope we could do a Rocky Mountain National park tour with Kyle in the future.

The 8 hour of Rocky Mountain national park tour was a garbage but I still want to use this app because this tour was impeccable! You visit many places within 4 hours, all of which are so worth visiting. The tour is so compact but I could have enough time for everything!

Amazing tour, amazing nature , very professional guide Highly recommend for everyone

Amazing tour. Our guide Shea Butter was a great story teller and guide.

It was a very enjoyable tour, and Lindsay was a great tour guide.