A beautiful waterfall, alpine tundra, grazing elk and yellow-bellied marmots, and spectacular views from 12,183 feet up
Daily, Memorial Day through mid-October (weather permitting)
8:15 am to 6:30 pm
Approximately 9 ½ to 10 hours – Return in time to enjoy your evening
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.
Temperatures on the top of Trail Ridge Road will be much cooler. We advise to dress in layers and bring a jacket. Weather can be unpredictable so please dress appropriately.
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, and staying hydrated also helps to lessen the effects of traveling up to higher elevations.
Camera and 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.
“Will was a great tour guide! He provided interesting information and history, wasn’t afraid to do a u-turn to make sure everyone saw the wildlife we encountered and made sure everyone got photos and had the opportunity to explore. Highly recommend!”
-Katherine S. (Google Reviews)