Explore from the foothills of Denver to the canyons of eastern Utah. You’ll see a variety of terrain including the Rocky Mountains, ancient cliff dwellings at Mesa Verde, and the deep canyons and sandstone arches in Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. Soak in hot springs, raft, jeep, ride a steam train, hike, horseback ride, or step back in time on a stagecoach ride – the choices are endless.
– The Meehan Family, Maryland
Denver – 1 night: Fly into Denver and check into your hotel. Denver, known as mile high city, is the capital of Colorado and the beginning of your journey.
Glenwood Springs – 1 night: Glenwood Springs offers a variety of activities that include soaking in the famous hot springs, taking a cave tour or guided raft trip.
Moab – 3 nights: Moab is a great basecamp for visiting Canyonlands and Arches National Parks. There are opportunities for rafting, biking, jeep rides and other activities in and around this spectacular area.
Mesa Verde – 1 night: Mesa Verde is like no other place. Step back in time to marvel at ancient cliff dwellings and ponder why they were suddenly abandoned.
Durango – 2 nights: Durango was established as a railroad hub, but is now a hub for mountain biking, river rafting, and fishing.
Leadville – 1 night: This historic mountain town with its charming Victorian architecture and historic mining era also offers outdoor activities galore.
Denver – Return your RV and fly home from Denver.