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Full-Day Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

by Gray Line Denver Duration 10h Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is $125
Amazing! 4.6/5 Expedia Guest Rating View all 14 Expedia Verified Reviews

Spend a whole day exploring one of America's most scenic national parks. Drive by Denver's Winter Park Ski Resort, Grand Lake, Estes Park, and the university town of Boulder along the way.

This 225-mile (362 km) tour features the best of Colorado. Wind your way through the tunnels of Clear Creek Canyon, into the Arapaho National Forest, and over Berthoud Pass at 11,314 feet above sea level. From there, descend into Winter Park and beautiful Grand Lake, the world's highest yacht basin. A lunch stop allows you to relax and enjoy the phenomenal scenery.

After lunch, take an awe-inspiring drive into Rocky Mountain National Park along Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous automobile route in the US. At the 12,183-foot summit you can gaze across the tops of many mountains, including massive Long's Peak. The return trip down the mountain goes through the village of Estes Park, by rugged North St. Vrain Canyon, and into Boulder—home of the University of Colorado.

As the sun sets, sit back and relax during the last leg of your drive into Denver. Now you can tell everyone that you crossed the Continental Divide not once, but twice.

Spend a whole day exploring one of America's most scenic national parks. Drive by Denver's Winter Park Ski Resort, Grand Lake, Estes Park, and the university town of Boulder along the way.

This 225-mile (362 km) tour features the best of Colorado. Wind your way through the tunnels of Clear Creek Canyon, into the Arapaho National Forest, and over Berthoud Pass at 11,314 feet above sea level. From there, descend into Winter Park and beautiful Grand Lake, the world's highest yacht basin. A lunch stop allows you to relax and enjoy the phenomenal scenery.

After lunch, take an awe-inspiring drive into Rocky Mountain National Park along Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous automobile route in the US. At the 12,183-foot summit you can gaze across the tops of many mountains, including massive Long's Peak. The return trip down the mountain goes through the village of Estes Park, by rugged North St. Vrain Canyon, and into Boulder—home of the University of Colorado.

As the sun sets, sit back and relax during the last leg of your drive into Denver. Now you can tell everyone that you crossed the Continental Divide not once, but twice.

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8:30 AM, Tour in English

Duration 10h No booking or credit card fees

Live Commentary in English.

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per adult
$125

Total price is $125, taxes included

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Full-Day Rocky Mountain National Park Tour

Activity Location

Rocky Mountain National Park

Grand Lake

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Cherry Creek Shopping Center

    East 1st Avenue

    Denver 80206

  • Hotel Pick-up

    Denver


Highlights

  • Stunning natural scenery of Rocky Mountain National Park

  • Lunch overlooking the beautiful shores of Grand Lake

  • 225-mile (362 km) tour featuring the best of Colorado

  • 2 opportunities to cross the Continental Divide

  • Long's Peak & Boulder, home of the University of Colorado


Inclusions

  • Guided tour of Rocky Mountain National Park

  • Admission to Rocky Mountain National Park

  • Pickup location at Denver Union Station at 1700 Wynkoop St. Pickup time is 7:45 AM

  • Live tour commentary provided in English


Exclusions

  • All meals and drinks


Know Before You Book

  • Weather and road conditions may cause route variations.

  • Children under 2 are complimentary.


Full-Day Rocky Mountain National Park Tour ratings based on 14 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

4.6 out of 5

5/5 Jul 02, 2018

Art did a wonderful job, he was very informative and knew the area well--he and our driver Roget (I believe ) did a great job

5/5 Jun 22, 2018

Breathtaking scenery, with the opportunity to see moose (or even elk). High altitude climb in the safe environment of a bus.

Stephen E

United Kingdom