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On this fantastic half day tour to the foothills outside of Denver, you will enjoy exploring the majesty of Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater and the geological wonders of the area. Stroll the historic main street of Golden and enjoy shopping, local breweries, or a scenic walk along the Clear Creek Trail. Then you will Travel up 2000 feet (610m) on 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). Tour is limited to a maximum of 12 travelers.
Thrill-seekers and open-wheeled racing enthusiasts can experience road race challenge in one of the three available racing cars
Feel free to leave the worries at home. This trip has just enough splash to remind you that you’re on a river but leaves out the intensity of the Shoshone rapids. You’ll have plenty of opportunity to kick-back and take in all that Glenwood Canyon has to offer. Hop out and do some swimming or even dip your toes in the hot springs that make their way into the Colorado River as you approach Glenwood Springs.
Chief Experience Officer and local historian, Dave Lively, will guide you beyond closed gates of Rocky Mountain National Park, leaving the pavement, parking lots and heavily used trails behind to reveal the stories of the region's history, people and wildlife. He will shine light on the rich history of Rocky in a way that brings the adventures of the people of the past to life. With unique stories and one of a kind photos he will connect you to events and personal journeys from the past, transporting you back in time and allowing you to visualize this wilderness in a new light.Dave is a resident and well-known historian in Grand Lake, and the only Certified Tour Guide in Grand County, Colorado. He lives less than ½ mile from Rocky Mountain National Park, his backyard. His family homesteaded what is now the western entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park, giving him generations of unique detailed knowledge, personal stories and photographs.
(St. Mary's Glacier)Join us on a hike up to St. Mary's Glacier all year round. We will ascend through the stunning Colorado forest and end with a breathtaking panoramic lake view.(Beau Jo's Pizza)We will eat lunch at Beau Jo's, which has been around since 1880 and is one of Colorado's hidden gems and is not included in the price. Idaho Springs is a gold mining town founded in 1859 during the Gold Rush. (Indian Hot Springs)Next we visit another historic landmark and soak in the natural geothermal cave pools, which will be perfect for our muscles after our hike and is included with the price. Due to COVID, access to the caves and pool will be limited to a max of 10 at a time. Caves are on a first come first served basis and are gender separated. If you want an experience with little risk and a whole lot of reward, this tour is for you.
Our ATV Adventures in Glenwood Canyon offer riders 6,000 acres of private land on the historic and spectacular Bair Ranch. Your Adventure will climb over mountains, cover some rugged terrain, and experience spectacular views. This activity is specifically designed for first-time riders. You’ll be introduced to the sport in a safe and exciting environment.
This 4-hour guided 4x4 tour of La Plata Canyon just west of Durango covers native and mining history, geology, flora and fauna on the way to stunning views at 12,000 feet above sea level. Led by a local expert, this adventure is fun for riders of all ages and skill levels.
Embark on a hiking adventure through Colorado's Front Range while you're in Denver! Take a full-day or half-day hike and choose your experience level: beginner, intermediate or advanced. Enjoy a scenic hike through the single-track trails of the Front Range with your expert guide, who will cater your private hike to accommodate your needs and abilities. Admire spectacular views of forests and rock formations, and refuel with a complimentary sports drink and energy bar.
If you're seeking a quick adventure, take a four hour tour that treats you to two of the best things about Boulder: Beautiful views and brews. Your tour guide provides locals only insight into the Frontrange before you set off for a hike at the base of Boulder's iconic Flatirons. Following the light three mile hike, unwind at a local taproom featuring a huge selection of Colorado's award-winning craft beers. First one's on us! All this, and we'll have you back downtown to Union Station in just four hours. Experience the best of Boulder in half-a-day. Book now!Itinerary:Drive to Boulder for 3-mile hike in the Flatirons and finish the tour with a cold beer or coffee near Pearl Street pedestrian zone. Tour ends at Denver Union Station. Denver and Boulder pickups available.
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Join a knowledgeable local tour guide who will guide you safely through downtown Denver's most important and relevant tourist sights including historic buildings, architectural masterpieces, professional sports stadiums, scores of public art installations, parks and outdoor venues. Tours go out daily. Groups are small, 8-12 people. Duration of tour is 3 hours and approximately 9 miles. TOWARDS THE END OF THE TOUR WE WILL STOP AT A TAP ROOM WHERE GUESTS CAN SAMPLE BEER FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY AT A SLIGHT DISCOUNT. THIS STOP IS APPROXIMATELY 30 MINUTES IN LENGTH AND THEN WE HEAD BACK TO THE SHOP. GUESTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN BEER TABS. Minors are welcome to join their parents on the patio and have a soda and snack!
With the world’s longest natural mountain barrier, the Rocky Mountains are a geological feature which define the American and Canadian topography. To visit in-person is the best way to truly to take in their immensity.Simply by being in the mile high-city, you're already well on your way into exploring the Rockies. But to really experience the mountains as they have stood for thousands of years - one must visit the national park, which offers uninterrupted landscapes of protected wilderness for over 350 square miles. From late spring through early fall, the alpine tundras are covered in wildflowers and burgeoning wildlife. When the snow has melted, one of the scenic roads provides easy access to the Continental Divide, where water flows on the West to the Pacific and on the East to the Atlantic. In the winter, Colorado becomes a ski haven, gifting snowy and peaceful scenery. No matter the time of year, a trip to Denver simply must include a trip to Rocky Mountains National Park!
Ride the Rockies! Explore the surrounding area on a guided ATV trek on the Silver Creek trail located right down the street from our adventure park. This 1 hour trip through the mountains includes one of our guides for the first vehicle to lead the way, gear and safety equipment, and photos taken throughout the trip to purchase digitally afterwards.
Experience the iconic national park with a local expert. See the amazing wildlife during the best times of day – morning and late day. Spend the night in solitude experiencing the dark night skies.We will make your trip fully enjoyable and explore this jewel in our National Park system. Choose between guided hiking, wildlife watching, photography, or bird watching. Trips can be changed to fitness level and age of children.In spring we search for the elusive elk babies. In July we enjoy the amazing wildflower bloom. In August we seek the majestic elk, bighorn sheep and mountain goat above the treeline. In September we witnessed the elk rut.Camping in the Rockies brings us back to nature, the silence, a roaring campfire, the dark night skies. Your guide will tailor your trip to your needs and desires. We provide the tents, inflatable mattress and camp kitchen. Just bring your sleeping bag.
Boulder's gorgeous scenery is closer than you think, and we'll take you there! On this unique and fun guided 3-hour tour, history meets natural beauty and introduces you to Boulder's not-to-be-missed hidden gems! On this fun and physical tour, you'll: Explore and experience Boulder's natural beauty and serenity with a guided tour of Boulder's Settler's Park, Boulder's red rocks and creek path.Learn about our beloved Chief Niwot and the early days of the boulder settlers.Be inspired as we contemplate the natural world around us.Have fun and capture those crazy, 'insta' Boulder photos sure to make your friends and family wish they had joined you! Private group experiences available upon request. Visit our website for details and contact information.
Our 2.5-hour Island Tour is our number one selling kayak tour for a decade! We do offer other tours and times through our website. This kayak tour is great for beginners looking to learn how to kayak or for experienced kayakers looking for a certified local guide to point out the sights. The Island tour can paddle up to 7 miles and will include sights of some of the tallest peaks in the state, including two 14,000 peaks, Grays and Torreys, the Gore Range, and the Ten Mile Range. Guests can expect to see numerous types of birds including our resident Bald Eagles, Ospreys, and Great Blue Herons. On rare occasions, Moose, Beavers, and Mule deer can be spotted. This is a fully narrated Eco-tour from your kayak, stories can include mining history, Moose ecology, or Native American History. Each tour is different and exciting! Since this is a group activity please arrive promptly. Those arriving untimely will be asked to reschedule their trip based on availability. There will be no refund.
The original and best electric fat tire bike tour of the “Happiest City in America". A sensational guided adventure of all the gems of Boulder on the most fun and easy-to-ride thing on two wheels. Soar alongside sparkling Boulder Creek, through lush open spaces, historic downtown, Chautauqua, University of Colorado, NCAR, and charming neighborhoods on Boulder's exclusive network of paved bike paths, safely away from car traffic. Magically fly up even the steepest hills without breaking a sweat, including an exhilarating yet effortless journey to the top of a mountain to bask in the stunning views. Feel like a kid again as you reconnect with yourself, others and nature. It's a trip you'll never forget!
This tour blends adventure and education! We start with an adventurous summer morning of sledding or hiking on a glacier. Then attempting a dip in icy mountain water!After the adventurous and active morning we will relax by the lake and enjoy a picnic lunch. After lunch it's time to stimulate the cerebral cortex! We will drive to a gold mine where a local guide will give us a tour, teach us how to mine for gold and provide the tools for us to attempt our luck at finding riches in the river.
Follow me in the comfort and safety of your own vehicle as I guide you using a 2 way radio and stopping often for photography or a short hike.
Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater is a blend of wildlife ecosystems, music culture, history, and stunning views that make for an unforgettable easy to traverse hike. The trail not only has spectacular views of the red rock sandstone monoliths, but it is also the best chance for spotting wildlife. This hike is 3 miles long and takes about 2 hours to complete. Along the way learn about the parks amazing history, local wildlife, as well as stories of the many great artists who have had the honor to play at this very special venue.
This is a great tour if you are focused on wildlife and a little nervous about heights! We cover all the lower valley key areas such as Sheep lakes, Alluvial Fan Waterfall, Moraine Park, and either Sprague or Bear Lake. The views are amazing and this is typically where you will find most of the wildlife. All tours are interpretive and get you to areas most people drive past. We give you plenty of time at each stop for photos and to enjoy the beauty.
This Breckenridge tour is a great way to explore what our beautiful state has to offer. You will experience some of the most breath taking views in Colorado, travel through the Continental Divide at 11,900 feet of elevation, have the opportunity to walk around the stunning Red Rocks Amphitheater & enjoy your time in the Historic town of Breckenridge with many activities for everyone.
Aspen is not only for the designer-inclined diva, choices for shopping in Aspen run the gamut from consignment to Prada. Your private Aspen Shopping tour begins with our chauffeur picking you (and your guests) up at your hotel/residence in one of our luxury SUV's, sedans, or Executive Vans for a beautiful scenic trip to Aspen. Once there feel free to direct the chauffeur as you wish to get the most out of your experience.
Native Jeeps offers expert-guided, custom Jeep tour adventures on the picturesque mountain roads outside Denver, in Clear Creek County, Colorado.We are the only permitted Jeep tour company with active operations in Clear Creek County! Also, we are the ONLY Jeep tour company that allows YOU to drive the vehicle! As such, we offer a truly unique experience and set of expedition tours on breathtaking trails no one else will show you. All this, with less than a 40 minute drive from central Denver, 45 minutes from Breckenridge and under an hour from Vail!So, if you’re in the area looking for the perfect day-trip getaway, outdoor adventure or even just a unique Instagram photo op surrounded by the fourteeners of the Rocky Mountains, Native Jeeps is the perfect fit for your plans.
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