Guided tour

From Denver: Red Rocks, Evergreen, and Echo Lake Tour

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Activity provider: Colorado Sightseer

From Denver: Red Rocks, Evergreen, and Echo Lake Tour

Activity provider: Colorado Sightseer

From US$ 84.33 per person

Explore Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, visit the mountain town of Evergreen, and walk around the glacial Echo Lake on a trip leaving from Denver. Experience breathtaking views from 10,600 feet high.

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Duration 5 hours
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Live tour guide
English
Small group
Limited to 12 participants

Experience

Highlights
  • Breathe in the fresh air of the mountains that make the state of Colorado famous
  • Explore the renowned open-air concert venue of Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater
  • Stroll through the quaint roads of the traditional mountain town of Evergreen
  • Climb up through the hills to the scenic Echo Lake, a glacial body of water
  • Take in panoramic views of the natural scenery
Full description

Discover the magic of Colorado's natural scenery on a guided tour through mountains, canyons, rock formations, and lakes. Take a break from the big city and dive into the wonders of the iconic Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater, the quaint town of Evergreen, and the pristine Echo Lake.

Just a short drive out of the city, you'll come across an outstanding variety of untouched landscapes. Visit Red Rocks Park and see the famous amphitheater carved into the rocks. Then, drive into the mountains via Bear Creek Canyon and see many of the Denver Mountain Parks.

Browse the shops or enjoy a quick drink in the small mountainous town of Evergreen. Witness beautiful hilltop views by climbing up a mountain pass to Echo Lake. Stroll around this incredible glacial lake sitting at 10,600 feet high and have a great chance to observe local wildlife.

Includes
  • Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater entrance
  • Tour guide
  • Transportation during activity
  • Shoe spikes
  • Food and drinks
  • Tips
Not suitable for
  • Children under 4 years

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Meeting point

Meet at the flagpole on 17th and Wynkoop Street. The flagpole is located infront of Union Station on Wynkoop St.

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What to bring

  • Warm clothing
  • Jacket
  • Closed-toe shoes
  • Reusable water bottle

Know before you go

  • This is not a hiking tour, but it does include multiple stops and short walks. Please make sure you're physically able to take part
  • On days when a show or concert is scheduled, access to the Red Rocks Amphitheater may be limited or not possible. May through October is Red Rocks' busiest concert season. It's suggested to take the morning tour for the best chance to walk into the amphitheater before it closes for sound checks. Echo Lake is accessible year-round, but there are times in the winter when snow, wind, or avalanche conditions may prohibit travel up to this high elevation
Customer reviews

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It was a good time. I was soloing but it was nice talking with other people on the tour with me. My tour guide let us wandered off but had a specific time to get back to the van/bus. I know a lot of people won’t like that but it was nice because while traveling to the other places he would talk about things we are seeing outside. I will say that hiking/snow boots would be best to wear when heading to the mountains! It also gets pretty cold. Overall, I had a great experience with the tour. Definitely worth checking out!!

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November 11, 2022

RedRock was one of the main spots for this tour. They close early when the concert is held that later day. We were able to get in just in time before they block us to enter was lucky, with the tour van arriving and leaving earlier than planned was good. If you are in the same situation go to the visitor center so that you can see what the actual structure looked like if you were able to step down to the stage. Indeed I learned that Corolad is a ROCKY state!

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September 5, 2022

Product ID: 422124