Tours in Black Forest

$159 for a Sunrise Hot Air Balloon Ride with Champagne from Denver Hot Air Ballooning ($289.99 Value)

Denver Hot Air Ballooning

Denver

Passengers take in the sunrise from more than 1,000 ft. in the air, enjoying sweeping views of the scenery and a toast; makes a great gift

$289.99 $159

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Tour for 2, 4, 8, or 10 at Pepsi Center Tours (Up to 72%)

Pepsi Center

Auraria

Explore the home of the Denver Nuggets, Colorado Avalanche, and Colorado Mammoth during a 90-minute tour of the 675,000 sq. ft. facility

$36 $10

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Walking Food Tour, Culinary Class, or One-Year Membership at Denver Gourmet Tours (50% Off)

Denver Gourmet Tours

Denver

Patrons taste culinary creations from new restaurants and gourmet food purveyors while learning their creative secrets

$49.99 $25

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$25 for a Haunted Pub Tour for Two from Nightly Spirits ($50 Value)

Nightly Spirits

Blake Street Vault

Starting at one of Denver's first saloons, guides draw on hundreds of hours of research to spin tales of haunting history at several pubs

$50 $25

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Ride for Up to Two Adults and Five Kids or an Adult and a Kid from Historic Rail Adventures, LLC (Up to 48% Off)

Historic Rail Adventures, LLC

Multiple Locations

Antique locomotives pull enclosed, heated cars through mountain vistas, over Devil’s Gate High Bridge, and past the remains of silver mines

$144.65 $75

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Standard Tour and Tastings for 2 or 4 or a VIP Tour and Tastings for 10 at State 38 Distilling (Up to 38% Value)

State 38 Distilling

Golden

Small-batch distillery combines organic, fair-trade raw blue agave with Rocky Mountain water to create agave-based tequila, gin, and vodka

$16 $10

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Weekday or Any Day Hot Air Balloon Ride for One or Two from Adventure Balloon Sports in Boulder (Up to 38% Off)

Adventure Balloon Sports

Martin Acres

FAA-certified pilots helm 60- to 90-minute balloon flights; each starts with a light breakfast and ends with a champagne toast

$265 $169

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Distillery Tour and Cocktails for Two or Four at Syntax Spirits Distillery (Up to 54% Off)

Syntax Spirits Distillery

Greeley

Tour distillery before sampling signature cocktails or flights of award-winning vodka, rum, whisky, and infused spirits

$24 $12

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Brothers Best Brewery and Winery Tours for Two on a Weekday or Weekend (Up to 56% Off)

Brothers Best Brewery & Winery Tours

Loveland

With the help of guides who know the area’s every path, visit destinations where local ales and lagers or reds and whites are produced

$250 $109

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Live Out Loud Travel is committed to providing people of all ages a joyful, convenient, safe, fun and memorable travel experience. Our group trips encourage people to “live out loud” by embracing every moment and living it to the fullest through their encounters of different countries, people, cultures, and tradititions.

16002 East Nichols Avenue
Englewood,
CO
US

The team of experts at Monarch Snowmobile Tours and Rentals leads riders through a snow-dusted wilderness surrounded by mountain peaks and valleys. Snowmobile tours wind in and around the historic and scenic areas of Garfield and Monarch, passing along packed trails into patches of fresh powder. During each tour, guests receive riding instructions and any needed assistance from a knowledgeable guide.

22763 Hwy. 50
Monarch,
CO
US

Rocky Top Glide leverages the energy-conserving powers of the Segway Human Transporter, allowing tour-takers to effortlessly travel city blocks to explore landmarks such as Confluence Park, the Denver Art Museum, and the State Capitol in one fell swoop. Riders follow their guides on a path that snakes toward Coors Field in lower downtown, alongside the streams of the Cherry Creek Trail, and through the central business district's money fields before landing back at the starting point. Meanwhile, the knowledgable guides provide backstories and anecdotes for the sights and sounds that their followers experience.

1615 California Street
Denver,
CO
US

Denver Bike Bar takes going out to bars to a whole new level. The 16-person bike zooms from bar to bar at the direction of a designated driver, freeing passengers from the responsibilities of driving and accidentally becoming a taxi. Though guests cannot drink alcohol aboard the bike, they can imbibe during frequent stops at local microbreweries in LoDo.

1200 17th St
Denver,
CO
US

Today, Challenge Unlimited captains biking and hiking tours all over the globe, from the vineyards of Tuscany to the Incan towns of Peru. More than two decades ago, however, the business was simply known in Colorado for its signature Pikes Peak by Bike tour. During this 20-mile excursion, guides and up to 35 followers descend 20 miles from a summit of 14,110 feet, infiltrating five zones with distinct climates, plant life, animals, and altitude-based baking methods. Riders often encounter eagles, deer, elk, and even the occasional mountain lion or black bear along the way. Guides can also escort Colorado's athletes across the Gold Camp Road—a 17-mile railroad bed once rattling with railcars filled with gold—and through breathtaking Aspen groves. Pit stops are made over the course of three nights and four days at the Victorian Hotel and a nearby dude ranch. Beyond domestic borders, international trips explore Nepal's Annapurna Foothill on foot and the bustling pubs and haunts of Ireland by bike or skateboards strapped to sprinting leprechauns.

204 S 24th St.
Colorado Springs,
CO
US

At 6,531 feet above sea level, Security Service Field is the highest professional ballpark in the United States. It was built in 1988 on the edge of Colorado Springs, and, in August 2012, it welcomed its six millionth fan through the turnstiles. This feat of fandom was but a dream in 1903, though, when the Sky Sox—then the Sacramento Solons—became a charter member of the Pacific Coast League. In 1961, the Solons became the Islanders and relocated to Honolulu, where the franchise remained until 1988, the year it finally moved to Colorado, and the year Pikes Peak began mysteriously sprouting foul poles. Upon arriving in its new city, the franchise adopted the Sky Sox moniker—a tip of the cap to the Sky Sox of the 1950s, who played in the Western League as an affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. The modern-day Sky Sox have been the Triple-A affiliate of the Colorado Rockies since 1993, and in 2011, the team earned the nod as Triple-A Organization of the Year courtesy of Baseball America.

4385 Tutt Boulevard
Colorado Springs,
CO
US