See absolutely breathtaking Rocky Mountain National Park (Photo: Bruce Boyer & Visit Denver)

Rocky Mountain National Park

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WHY YOU SHOULD GO

Travel into the heart of the beautiful Rocky Mountains

Highlights

  • Drive over Berthoud Pass, summit of the Continental Divide
  • Drive through a resort town Winter Park
  • Enjoy lunch along the shores of beautiful Grand Lake
  • Visit Rocky Mountain National Park

Inclusions

  • Admission to Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Roundtrip transportation from Cherry Creek Shopping Center and local area hotels
  • Lunch and Drink

Exclusions

  • Optional gratuities

Please Note

  • Weather/road conditions may cause route variations or cancellations at any time. Tours in October are available on request. Please call Gray Line Denver to confirm reservations.
  • We recommend bringing a camera, light jacket, and water to avoid dehydration.

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Sep 26 2016
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Sep 19 2016
Rod was our driver/guide. Great job! .... informative, experienced, lots of breaks/stops for photo ops.Nice lunch. Hotel pick-up and drop-off was excellent. Better option then dealing with crazy Denver traffic! Highly recommend this tour with Gray Line. Money well spent.The only downer was the grump at check-in ... needs an attitude adjustment!
Sep 16 2016
The tour was awesome, tour guide Dave was very knowledgeable and driver James was a very safe driver. The whether was a big bonus with the backdrop of the mountain ranges.TS from Canada
Sep 13 2016
this is the way to see Rocky Mts some much info from guide sit back and enjoy the views loved this trip and was very pleased with gray line tours
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ITINERARY

Discover why the Rocky Mountains of Colorado are the object of so many people's affections on this full-day tour. You’ll see the best of the best; majestic mountains, wildlife you’ve only ever seen on TV, and views like nothing you’ve ever witnessed. Departing Denver, the full scope of the Rockies lies before you as you begin the ascent toward adventure. Drive over Berthoud Pass, summiting the Continental Divide and sitting at 11,314 feet above sea level for gorgeous mountain views.

As you descend along curving roads it’s nearly impossible to take your eyes off the ever-changing and incredible alpine scenery.
Winter Park, a classically cozy Colorado ski town tucked against the western slope of the Divide, is home to one of the state’s most popular ski resorts. Enjoy the town, exploring quaint shops and breathing in the pine-scented air while visiting the scenic town of Grand Lake for lunch. Somehow food just tastes better in the fresh mountain air, and you’ll enjoy yours at a fabulous little lakeside café nestled along the actual Grand Lake.

The final, and arguably most scenic, destination is Rocky Mountain National Park. Full of wildlife, breathtaking views and more photo opportunities than your camera will know what to do with, this park is a feast for the senses and a nature-lover’s dream. On Trail Ridge Road, you may even find yourself higher than you’ve ever been before at 12,183 feet above sea level! Your return trip to Denver is the perfect chance put your feet up, reflect on your day and decide which of your photos will make your friends the most jealous.