Herds of elk grazing on rich grasses in Moraine Park, incredible mountain and park views at Many Parks Curve, the nature-made Alluvial Fan in Horseshoe Park, and the mountain village of Estes Park for artwork, shopping and a leisurely stroll
Daily from mid-October through Memorial Day
8:15 am to 4:30 pm
Approximately 8 hours – Return in time to enjoy your evening
Union Station at 8:15
Meet at the flagpole out front: 17th and Wynkoop St.
Panera Bread at 9 am
1855 29th St.
Estes Park Town Hall at 10am
170 MacGregor Ave
You’re likely to see wildlife on this tour, but sometimes they’re being wild somewhere else.
This is not a hiking tour, but it does include multiple stops and short walks. If you are looking for a hiking tour please see our Rocky Mountain National Park Hiking Tour.
Weather in the Rockies is much colder than Denver please dress for temperatures in the mountains. We recommend layers, comfortable walking shoes to keep your feet warm and dry, hat and gloves.
Jacket, hat, and gloves
Camera and Binoculars
Refillable Water Bottle
Comfortable walking shoes to keep your feet warm and dry
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. We provide micro-spikes for your shoes to give you traction on snowy surfaces when necessary
“Great time at the Rocky Mountains. Highly recommended. First time for us at any national park, not big mountain folks or used to hiking or anything, so this was a nice way to see the mountains and all their beauty up close. Great, interesting info, delivered with a nice balance of talking and being quiet to allow folks to enjoy the experience…”
-Gustavo A. (Google Reviews)