Bighorn sheep and mountain goats, pristine glacial lakes, historic Idaho Springs for lunch and shopping, and top-of-the-world views
Hike to the Summit (if weather permits)
Daily, Memorial Day through Labor Day (weather permitting)
8:15 to 4:00 pm
7 ½ to 8 hours – Return in time to enjoy your evening
Union Station in Downtown Denver at 8:15am
Meet at the flagpole out front: 17th and Wynkoop St.
$110 per adventurer, includes admission to wilderness area
Gratuity not included.
Terms and Conditions
You’re likely to see wildlife on this tour, but sometimes they’re being wild somewhere else.
Temperatures on the top of Blue Sky will be much cooler we advise to dress in layers and bring a jacket. Weather can be unpredictable so please dress appropriately. Average temperatures at the summit are about 45 degrees Fahrenheit
Please speak with your physician before traveling up to high altitudes. We recommend staying in Denver for at least 1 day before taking this tour to help you acclimate, staying hydrated also helps to lessen the effects of traveling up to higher elevations.
Wildlife is wild. Please help protect it by not feeding or petting it.
Jacket, hat and gloves
Camera and or binoculars
Refillable Water Bottle
Comfortable walking shoes
Gratuity for your Guide
All walks are on trail surfaces, relatively level, and less than 1 mile each. Guests are encouraged, but not required to take them.
Lunch is on your own in Historic Idaho Springs, at one of the many different restaurants in town.
“Kristina was our tour guide, and she was fabulous. Very knowledgeable, good sense of humor, and great driver on the winding mountain roads. Highly recommend this tour!”
-Diane G. (Google Reviews)