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Rocky Mountains & Central Colorado
Rocky Mountains & Central Colorado
Trip Details :
  •  9 Nights
  • June to October
  • Denver

Highlights :
  • Gaze at the elk, moose and other wildlife, along with the high mountain peaks in Rocky Mountain National Park
  • Watch (and listen) for marmots above the treeline at 12,000 feet
  • Soak in the hot spring pool at Glenwood Springs, or hike into the undeveloped springs near Aspen for a backcountry soak
  • Sign up for a guided cave tour at Glenwood Caverns, then play on the zipline or Alpine Coaster
  • Hike into the Maroon Bells Wilderness Area – this is the Colorado you’ve seen on postcards
  • Star-gaze (for movie stars) around Aspen
  • Visit old mines and ghost towns from Colorado’s mining heyday

Pricing per RV

Up to 4 Passengersadditional passengers extra

Pay Your Deposit By :
October 15December 15January 15after January 15
Standard Price
Peak Price
Trips Starting July 1 - August 31
Extras / Add-Ons :
Additional Passenger (maximum of 3) $500 / each
Extra Night at Existing Campsite$450 / night
Class A RV Option$400
Optional Add-On ActivitiesSee Below

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If mountain scenery is what you’re craving, this trip will take you through some of the best of Colorado. Starting from the foothills outside Denver, you’ll spend the next few days camping beneath the towering peaks of Colorado “Fourteeners”. Hike from pristine alpine meadows to sparkling high mountain lakes in Rocky Mountain National Park and the Maroon Bells Wilderness. Take a cave tour, raft trip, or horseback ride in Glenwood Springs. Play on the Alpine Slide at Breckenridge, or tour Gold Rush history in Leadville by bicycle or historic train.

“You folks did a great job and got our family to a number of places that we would have never figured out. Rafting, ballooning, fishing, 4WD driving, swimming, hiking, & horseback riding — all in 10 days. Good Times!”


– The Kurek Family, Illinois


Denver: 1 night
Fly into Denver and check into your hotel. Known as the Mile High City, Denver is a booming capital city with a lively food, art, and drink scene.
Denver to Rocky Mountain NP: 90 miles

Rocky Mountain National Park – 3 nights
Spectacular Rocky Mountain National Park is renowned for its mountains vistas and abundant wildlife. Miles of hiking trails weave up steep rocky trails, over alpine tundra, and past high-mountain lakes.
Rocky Mountain NP to Glenwood Springs: 210 miles

Glenwood Springs – 2 nights
Glenwood Springs offers a variety of activities that include soaking in the famous hot springs, taking a cave tour, or a guided raft trip.
Glenwood Springs to Marble/Redstone: 30 miles

Aspen Area – 2 nights
Spend time in the Redstone and Marble area. Visit trendy Aspen or hike in the Maroon Bells Wilderness.
Marble/Redstone to Leadville: 110 miles

Leadville – 1 night
This historic mountain town with its charming Victorian architecture and historic mining era also offers outdoor activities galore.
Leadville to Denver: 110 miles

Denver – Drive to Denver to catch your return flight.

Optional Add-On Activities

Your Trip Planner will help you personalize your trip with exciting activities hosted by our trusted outfitters and make all the arrangements. Keep it simple or load it up. Most customers spend between $100 and $500 per person on activities. See your options for this trip below.