Colorado
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Our most recommended Colorado Solo travelers' tours

  • Denver: Rocky Mountain Escape

    1. Denver: Rocky Mountain Escape

    Explore the grand expanse of the Rocky Mountains with a 4-hour driving tour through off-the-beaten-path areas. After meeting your guide in an upscale car in central Denver, head off for an adventure through some of the country’s most stunning viewpoints. As you ascend towards the mountain peaks, breathe in the mountain air and take time to explore the scenic viewpoints, gazing down at the serene expanses below you. As you move between an array of vistas, your local guide will fill you in on Colorado’s diverse wildlife, as well as the urban culture that makes the state so unique. Afterwards, you'll head back down the mountain, filled with a sense of mountain serenity.

    This experience was amazing. It was worth way more than what I paid for it. Our tour guide, Jed, was so experienced and knew a lot of the history of the mountains without boring us with unnecessary details. The scenery was beautiful and the amount of time we got to explore and walk around on our own was the best. There is a little town in Idaho Springs with a lot of small souvenir shops with everything you could think of. The van we were in was very comfortable, even with every seat filled. I would recommend this adventure to any and everyone, you will not be disappointed. I’m so glad I got to experience this and I will remember it forever!

  • Denver: Boulder Hike & Beer with Local Guide

    2. 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

    3. 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.

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What people are saying about Colorado

Overall rating

5.0 / 5

based on 4 reviews

This experience was amazing. It was worth way more than what I paid for it. Our tour guide, Jed, was so experienced and knew a lot of the history of the mountains without boring us with unnecessary details. The scenery was beautiful and the amount of time we got to explore and walk around on our own was the best. There is a little town in Idaho Springs with a lot of small souvenir shops with everything you could think of. The van we were in was very comfortable, even with every seat filled. I would recommend this adventure to any and everyone, you will not be disappointed. I’m so glad I got to experience this and I will remember it forever!

We loved the experience with my sister and my parents (in their 70s and 80s). Transportation was very comfortable and loved the small group size...10 of us including the guide. We had 3 stops along the way...one at a lookout photo stop, one with a short hike around a lake if you choose. My parents went to the lodge gift shop and had a piece of pie instead. Last stop was in a cute town with shops and a coffee shop. Best part of the trip was our guide Aaron!! Absolutely fantastic, very informative and fun. This trip is a must do when visiting Denver!

This afternoon tour was great. Saw some spectacular views. Evan was a great tour guide and his knowledge of area is exceptional. We definitely learned a lot of history about the area in an enjoyable environment. Evan was very accommodating to the guests, helping anyone that needed water or who were having issues going to that altitude. Will definitely recommend this tour. Evan is also a foodie, giving some really good recommendations,

It was a great day. If you are looking for a shorter experience but still packed with amazing sites and great photo ops this is for you. Clean vehicle and very comfortable.

Jed was great! The tour was well organized and he was hilarious. I’ll def do another one of his tours when I’m back in Denver.