Outdoor adventures await you in The Centennial State. While there are many diverse landscapes to explore across Colorado, Rocky Mountain National Park tours are among the most sensational. You can explore the park in an off-road vehicle, raft, bike, and on foot. With so many great tours to choose from, we picked out some of our favorites for you. If you are searching for more activities in and around Denver, download our free Vacation Guide!
The Best Rocky Mountain National Park Tours
Wildside 4×4 Tours
Whether you want to rent ATVs, Jeeps, snowmobiles, or dirt bikes, Wildside 4×4 Tours has you covered for every season. Explore the peaks and valleys of Rocky Mountain National Park in every season with their assortment of vehicles rentals. Located in Estes Park, their helpful and informative staff provides you with instructions and trail suggestions before you embark on your self-guided outdoor expedition.
New Venture Cycling Tours
Bike buffs, this one is for you. Take on Rocky Mountain National Park on two wheels with New Venture Cycling Tours. Two guides lead you from Estes Park up through the winding roads and mountain courses that match your skill level. This is a unique way to tour the park and is also a fantastic workout!
Rapid Transit Rafting
Grab your paddle and roll down the river through the Rockies in a raft! Rapid Transit Rafting is open in the summer season and provides the best whitewater rafting experiences in the area. They offer half-day and morning tours on the Cache La Poudre River and full-day trips on the Colorado River. This activity is only open in the summer.
Tip: Rafting trips are dependent on the weather and river conditions. Contact Rapid Transit Rafting for updates and trip details.
Estes Park Outfitters
Estes Park Outfitters offers tours for all seasons. Ride around on horseback in the summer and go hunting in the fall. If you’re looking for something a fun winter activity, try their snowcat tour. This private snow-tread vehicle takes you for three-hour of the Twin Sister mountains.
Stanley Hotel Tour
Ok, so this isn’t a Rocky National Park National Tour, but a tour through the Stanley Hotel is well worth the visit to Estes Park. This beautiful white hotel is the location that inspired Steven King’s 1977 novel and movie adaptation The Shining. He wrote the story in Room 217, which frequently receives visits from a haunted entity. This is a can’t-miss attraction for movie and pop-culture buffs.
Only an hour and a half from Rocky Mountain National Park, Castle Marne Bed & Breakfast lies just outside of Denver’s center, giving visitors access to all of the activities and events around the city. Our luxurious and comfortable accommodations combined with our unique setting make for a special trip to the Mile High City.