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  • Denver/Boulder: Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

    1. 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: Rocky Mountain Escape

    2. 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: 8-Hour Private Tour of Rocky Mountain National Park

    3. Denver: 8-Hour Private Tour of Rocky Mountain National Park

    Disconnect for a day and immerse yourself in the beauty and solitude of these majestic mountains in an upscale vehicle that offers extensive views of your surroundings. Feel small against the vast, all-encompassing, mountains surrounding you as you take in Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine. 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. At the park, the guide will take you to the best spots for wildlife viewing, photographs, walks, optional short hikes, or just relaxing.

    Hi Gentry was great!. We had a greet time in our trip, took the time to answer our questions in Spanish and took us to great places for good sightseeings and pictures. The picnic place was good, had good time for lunch. This was our first visit to the Rocky Mountains and made it memorable. All the best

  • Denver/Boulder: Rocky Mountain National Park Hike

    4. Denver/Boulder: Rocky Mountain National Park Hike

    Get away from the crowds as you wander along the trails of the Rocky Mountain National Park. The 8-hour tour has been designed so you can truly experience the breathtaking beauty of Rocky Mountain National Park. Revel in the wilderness during a 4-mile hike but don't worry, there will be plenty of opportunities to sit and take in the view. The hike offers tree-framed views of snow-capped mountain ranges as far as the eye can see. You will have a chance to see the most beautiful spots in the Rockies and spot wildlife including elk, moose, eagles and more. If there is snow, snowshoes will be provided. Otherwise, make sure to bring your sturdy shoes with tread. 

    Mike is our guide and he had been given us an excellent service and knowledge about the whole state.

  • Denver: Glacier Hike and Geothermal Cave Pools

    5. Denver: Glacier Hike and Geothermal Cave Pools

    Hike up to St. Mary's Glacier, ascending through the stunning Colorado Forest and ending with breathtaking panoramic lake views. With swimming and sledding included, this 1.5-mile hike is a popular hike in Colorado. Afterwards, enjoy lunch at Beau Jo's Mountain Pizza in Idaho Springs, which has been around since 1880 and is one of Colorado's hidden gems. Idaho Springs has a population of 1,717 people, and is a gold-mining town founded in 1859 during the Gold Rush. Following lunch, your tour visits another historic landmark where you can soak in the natural geothermal cave pools, perfect for sore muscles after hiking.

    Ariel and Trey were terrific guides and we had an awesome day on the glacier hike and geothermal cave pool adventure. Thank you

  • Denver: Private Mount Evans Tour

    6. Denver: Private Mount Evans Tour

    Take an adventure to the top of one of Colorado’s tallest mountains on this small group tour. Start by taking in the picturesque views at one of the world’s most unique and scenic outdoor music venues, Red Rocks Amphitheater.  From there, you’ll head up to Mt. Evans on the highest paved road in North America. Take in majestic mountain views with a stop for a picnic lunch at Echo Lake. Keep your eyes peeled for wildlife like mountain goats and elk.  If you take this tour in the winter months, you'll see the mountain from Echo Lake park located along the Mount Evans Scenic Byway. Absorb the fantastic views and surreal atmosphere. Your friendly, fun tour guide will lead you safely to the summit of Mt. Evans, where a 14,000-foot view awaits you. If you and your group are seeking an all-day outing that gets you close to nature while showcasing Colorado’s stunning beauty, this is the tour f...

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What people are saying about Denver

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!

Hi Gentry was great!. We had a greet time in our trip, took the time to answer our questions in Spanish and took us to great places for good sightseeings and pictures. The picnic place was good, had good time for lunch. This was our first visit to the Rocky Mountains and made it memorable. All the best

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.

Mike is our guide and he had been given us an excellent service and knowledge about the whole state.

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