Guests (Ages 8+ Only) $129/person
Guests (Ages 8+ Only) $129/person
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Colorado's Rocky Mountain National Park spans over 415 square miles. It contains over 300 miles of trails to hike and some of the most spectral views that America has to offer. With so much ground to cover, a guided tour is the best way to get the most out of your time at this national park. Here's a little bit of what you can expect when you take our Rocky Mountain National Park Tour.
1. Ride By the Iconic Flatirons and the City of Boulder
The city of Boulder is tucked away in a quaint little valley near the Flatirons. This community is home to over 100,000 people and features thriving tech and food industries. As a result, some of the best restaurants in the country are found right here in Boulder. Also, it's home to the world- class University of Colorado, which helps over 30,000 students achieve their dreams every year. A tour wouldn't be complete without riding by the Flatirons. These five rock formations are located at the base of Green Mountain. They've become a prevalent symbol of Boulder and are so popular that many local businesses and even the city government use the Flatirons in their logos.
2. Have a Tasty Picnic Lunch at Rocky Mountain National Park
The next stop on the tour involves a picnic lunch at Rocky Mountain National Park. There's nothing like enjoying a meal with the Rocky Mountains in the background. With the incredible beauty of the area and the chance to see some wildlife, it's no wonder why nearly 3 million people visit this national park every year.
3. Enjoy a Scenic Ride Down Trail Ridge Road
There's no better way to experience the Rocky Mountains than taking a scenic ride down Trail Ridge Road. Stretching for 48 miles, it offers plenty of opportunities for sightseeing and taking photos. It gives you the chance to enjoy the Rocky Mountains in leisure. With this tour, you don't have to worry about driving. All you have to do is relax, and take in the amazing surroundings.
4. Visit The Stanley Hotel From Cult Horror Movie "The Shining"
The Stanley Hotel is a pop culture icon thanks to Hollywood blockbuster "The Shining," which was based on Stephen King's novel by the same name. In the movie, the hotel was named The Overlook Hotel. Now you have the chance to see this huge, 142-room hotel for yourself. Opened in 1909, The Stanley Hotel was built as a resort for the upper class and as a health resort for people who suffered from tuberculosis. Currently, the building is on the National Register of Historic Places. It's a sight to see, and it's interesting to learn about the history of this now- famous hotel.
5. Finish With a Ride Through Estes Park
Taking a ride through Estes Park is the best way to end this five-point tour. This town is well known for being the main base of Rocky Mountain National Park. It has a variety of wildlife, including bears and elk, and miles of trails that take you through tundra and forest areas. The town offers an amazing view of Prospect Mountain too. The Estes Park Aerial Tramway can take you to the summit for a scenic view.
This tour will allow you to see as much of Rocky Mountain National Park as possible. Furthermore, it gives you the chance to enjoy your surroundings without worrying about finding your way around.
- Ages 8+
- Round Trip Distance: approx. 160 miles
- Length: 8 hours.
- Includes: Transportation, guide, entrance fees, Lunch and water
- Wildlife viewing likely but not guaranteed
- Wear layers (shed them if you are hot or bundle up if you are cold)
- Comfortable shoes
- Your required medication