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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.

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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.

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Denver: 6-Zipline Rocky Mountains Adventure Tour

3. Denver: 6-Zipline Rocky Mountains Adventure Tour

If you are travelling in or near Denver, Colorado and you like a little thrill and adventure, then this Rocky Mountain Zipline Adventure Tour is for you. And, at only 30 minutes from downtown, it's are the closest zip line course to Denver. Nestled in a Rocky Mountain pine forest, at an elevation of over 8,000 feet (about 2,500 meters), you will fly at speeds of up to 50mph (75kph) and 200ft (abou 75 meters) high on zip lines, which altogether total over 6,000 feet (2,000 meters) in length. You’ll soar through pine forests and over mountain meadows. It is a fantastic way to enjoy some fresh air, see some magnificent Rocky Mountain views, and have a whole lot of fun.

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7-Day Yellowstone National Park Rocky Mountain Explorer

4. 7-Day Yellowstone National Park Rocky Mountain Explorer

Day 1 — Las Vegas to Bryce Canyon National Park via Cedar Breaks Drive through Cedar Breaks to the 10,000 ft. summit and take in spectacular views of ancient lava flows and the Sevier River Valley below. Arrive at Bryce Canyon National Park just in time for a delicious picnic lunch before a full afternoon of hiking. Take a relaxing stroll along the rim of the world-famous amphitheater or a hike deep into the depths of the canyon and get up close and personal with the hoodoos that make up this unique landscape. Attend a talk by a ranger and learn about the geology of this fascinating park. Spend the evening around the campfire and after an all-American BBQ, enjoy a soak in the outdoor hot tub under the stars. Day 2 — Bryce Canyon to Salt Lake City Day 2 takes you north to Salt Lake City Utah, home of the tabernacle choir, for an afternoon of exploring Mormon Pioneer history. Visit the magnificent Salt Lake Mormon Temple and see the State Capital Building with founder Brigham Young’s Territorial Governor’s Mansion. Stay overnight in Hotel Shilo Inn or similar. Day 3 — Grand Tetons National Park The Grand Tetons Mountain Range rises above a scene rich in wildlife, with pristine lakes and spectacular mountain peaks. Take a walk to Inspiration Point or enjoy a scenic stroll around Jenny Lake while gazing up at the surrounding landscape. Have a picnic, spot moose or even a grizzly bear and enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place. Camp overnight by the river at Camp Snake River KOA Days 4 and 5 — Yellowstone National Park The crown jewel and the world’s first national park, Yellowstone is a mountain wilderness home to grizzly bears, wolves and herds of buffalo and elk. Visit Old Faithful and the Grand Prismatic Pool, as well as Yellowstone Canyon, then explore geysers throughout both the North and South loop. Spend 2 days exploring this enormous national park with your expert guide. Don’t forget your bathing suit for a soak in Mammoth's natural hot springs. Camp in West Yellowstone. Day 6 — Rocky Mountains Visit Yellowstone's Grizzly Bear and Wolf Discovery Center before enjoying more spectacular Rocky Mountain scenery. The Rocky Mountains offer phenomenal views in the afternoon, a perfect spot for one last walk and a last night BBQ blowout. Spend the night in Rocky Mountain Campground. Day 7 Visit Valley of Fire State Park en-route back to Las Vegas and explore impressive sandstone formations, where many famous movies were filmed. A late afternoon return to Las Vegas leaves you with plenty of time to relax before a night out on the town. Additional tours: Death Valley Day Tour (Friday and Sunday) Tour the heart of Death Valley National Park from Las Vegas and visit the hottest, driest and lowest point in the Western Hemisphere. Enjoy an array of colors in an extreme desert environment. Wild West Ghost Town Explorer (Saturday) Spend a day in the Wild West exploring old ghost towns and ancient legends. Keep your eyes peeled for the poltergeist who still roams the streets and soak up the atmosphere of a true western saloon before returning to Las Vegas.

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Denver/Boulder: Rocky Mountain National Park Hike

5. 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. 

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From Vegas: Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Rockies 11-Day Tour

6. From Vegas: Yellowstone, Yosemite, and Rockies 11-Day Tour

Go on a multi-day trip from Las Vegas to San Fransisco. Choose to camp or stay in hotels. Make your experience even more memorable with a private guide. Day 1: Las Vegas to Bryce Canyon National Park Take a beautiful drive to a 10,000-foot summit through Cedar Breaks. Arrive at Bryce Canyon National Park in time for a delicious rim-side picnic lunch. Then, enjoy a full afternoon of hiking. Day 2: Bryce Canyon to Salt Lake City Go north to Salt Lake City, Utah, home to the tabernacle choir. Spend the afternoon exploring Mormon Pioneer history. Even if you choose the camping option, you will stay in a hotel this night. Day 3: Grand Tetons National Park See the Grand Tetons Mountain Range, which rises above a scene rich with abundant wildlife, pristine lakes, and spectacular mountain peaks. Day 4: Yellowstone National Park Discover the crown jewel of the National Parks and spend two days exploring this huge and fascinating area with your expert tour guide. Explore the mountain wilderness, home to grizzly bears, wolves, and herds of buffalo and elk. Day 5: Yellowstone National Park Continue exploring Yellowstone and go on hikes ranging from easy to moderate and 2 to 5 miles in length. See more spectacular volcanic features. Your guide will tailor hikes to your group's abilities and interests. Day 6: Yellowstone National Park and Rocky Mountains Get up close and personal with some wildlife with a fun and educational visit to the Yellowstone Grizzly Bear and Wolf Discovery Center in the morning. Three major canyons offer great walks and views. Day 7: Snow Canyon and Las Vegas Explore the trails and dunes of beautiful Snow Canyon State Park. Your day concludes in Las Vegas in the late afternoon, leaving you plenty of time to explore this fun city by night. Even if you choose the camping option, you will stay in a hotel this night. Day 8: Death Valley National Park Heading to California in the morning, you will embark on a guided tour of Death Valley National Park. Enjoy photo stops and shorts walks at Zabriskie Point, Artist’s Palette, and Badwater Basin Salt flats. Day 9: Tioga Pass to Yosemite National Park Weather permitting, crossing the Tioga Pass in the morning for an extremely scenic route. Pass by highlights such as Olmsted Point, Lake Tenaya, Tuolumne Meadows, and Mono Lake en route to Yosemite Valley. In the event that the Tioga Pass is closed, this tour will route through Lake Isabella instead of Bishop. Day 10: Full Day at Yosemite National Park Spend a full day exploring the walks offered in the park. There are countless walks ranging from easy to strenuous. You can also opt for a guided tour with your expert guide to the premier panoramas such as Bridalveil Falls, Lower Yosemite Falls, and capture views of Half Dome and El Capitan. Day 11: San Francisco Head to the City by the Bay and complete your adventure with a fully guided tour of this vibrant city. Stops include Fisherman’s Wharf, Pier 39, Haight/Ashbury, and the Golden Gate Bridge. Your tour will finish at around 5:00 PM.

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What people are saying about Rocky Mountains, United States

The tour guide (Nick) was very friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. He provided excellent recommendations, offered to take pictures and made extra stops for us to see more. The trip in itself is great, we saw the Lily Lake, stopped to eat lunch at our own pace and then ventured into the beautiful Rocky Mtns forest. Overall it is a great trip especially in winters where you can sit back and enjoy the snowy scenes and hear all about your surroundings from a great guide!

The tour of Rocky Mountain National Park was awesome. The guide was knowledgeable, amusing, kind, a good driver, and just a joy to spend time with. The lunch was tasty, too. I'd recommend this tour to anyone who wants an overview of the RMNP and lots of stops to take photos. It's the best.

Our guide Steve was very informative and always making sure we were all comfortable on the ride to the Rocky Mountains. Very beautiful trip and well worth the money,

The tour with Aaron was the best part of our trip to Denver. He was very knowledgeable about the area we were in and open to every question that was asked.

Really nice trip. I would exchange some views and stops for a bit more walking but priceless experience otherwise.