Explore a beleza dramática das Montanhas Rochosas nessa excursão diurna panorâmica saindo de Denver. Observe a vida selvagem nativa de Colorado em Bear Creek Canyon, onde poderá encontrar alces, búfalos e veados. Passeie pelas antigas formações de arenito no Parque Red Rocks, lar de um famoso anfiteatro natural. Descubra a história do Velho Oeste e as vistas panorâmicas de Colorado no Museu e Sepultura de Buffalo Bill no topo de Lookout Mountain. Estenda a excursão com upgrade opcional para visitar as atrações urbanas de Denver.
Viagem diurna por parques nas montanhas de Colorado com excursão de ônibus opcional com os destaques de Denver
Visite o Parque Red Rocks, um anfiteatro natural espetacular que é local de muitos concertos
Observe alces, veados e búfalos no tranquilo Bear Creek Canyon
Maravilhe-se com as vistas majestosas de Lookout Mountain e visite o Museu e Sepultura de Buffalo Bill
Faça um upgrade para uma excursão de ônibus à tarde pelos pontos turísticos de Denver
As gloriosas Montanhas Rochosas de Colorado estão a uma curta viagem de Denver e contam com um sistema de parques recreativo cobrindo mais de 14.000 acres (5.665 hectares). Comece sua exploração desta bela paisagem alpina. Viaje em um ônibus com ar-condicionado pelo sopé enquanto seu guia oferece uma introdução à história geológica da área.
Aninhado nos sopés com inclinações suaves, sua primeira parada é o Parque Red Rocks, melhor conhecido por seu anfiteatro natural que abriga alguns dos maiores nomes da música. Explore as trilhas e os caminhos de pedra que serpenteiam pelas formações de arenito vermelho de 300 milhões de anos. Embarque novamente no ônibus e vá mais fundo pelas montanhas, viajando ao longo do belo Bear Creek Canyon e passando por cidades pitorescas. Fique de olho nos búfalos selvagens, alces e veados que habitam essa área.
Delicie-se com as incríveis vistas panorâmicas de Denver e Front Range com uma parada em Lookout Mountain. Preste sua homenagem a uma das figuras lendárias do Velho Oeste na sepultura do artista itinerante Buffalo Bill Cody. Faça uma excursão pelo museu no local para saber mais sobre a história de Colorado como refúgio para pessoas buscando riquezas, para proprietários e para exploradores.
Observe a famosa cervejaria Coors ao passar pela charmosa cidade de Golden no caminho de volta a Denver. Você desembarcará de volta em Union Station onde poderá explorar no seu próprio ritmo.
Upgrade para excursão de destaques de Denver (não incluso na opção de excursão de 4 horas): Transforme sua excursão em uma exploração de dia inteiro com esse upgrade opcional à tarde. Após o almoço (por conta do visitante), reúna-se ao seu guia para uma excursão pelas atrações urbanas de Denver. Confira locais de interesse, incluindo State Capital, City Park, a histórica Larimer Square, United States Mint e o vanguardista Museu de Arte de Denver. Confira a badalação à tarde no 16th Street Mall somente para pedestres e contemple os arranha-céus do distrito financeiro de Denver. A duração total da excursão é de 9 horas com essa opção e você desembarcará em Union Station no início da noite.
Saw numerous sights in and around Denver. Foggy rainy cold day, but tour was definitely worth the time and cost. Tour would be wonderful on a sunny day! Our bus driver was great, I think his name was Rob, sorry I am terrible remembering names. He was very informative about sites we were seeing. Clean comfortable bus. Only drawback was place to meet was hard to find if not familiar with Denver. Mall easy to find, but told to meet outside Restoration Hardware, store only has RH on outside. Unable to drive around mall in lot, only on city street, bad if from out of town. Other issue was the “gentleman” at check-in desk was rude!
I really enjoyed my full day of touring the mountain parks in the am and Denver city tour that afternoon. Jenn was our awesome driver and tour guide. She was very knowledgable and made both tours very enjoyable. I would have to say my favorite part was Lookout Mountain! I will definitely make it a point to revisit such a beautiful area!
Great overview of the local sites close to Denver with plenty of time at each destination. The guide delivered a lot of information during the driving. Only thing I would change is the pick up process which involved going out to the mall and delayed the day. However, being dropped off Downtown at the end of the trip was really helpful. The weather was cold and beautiful - the views were spectacular. If you don't have long and want a short trip this is ideal and good value for money
Totally enjoyed the trip. The host/ guide was very informed about the different sights and shared it well. Loved the Red Rock Park and amplitheater. Although it was rather cold, the snow on the red rocks was awesome. It was so interesting to realize all the different bands that had played there INCLUDING THE BEATLES! We need to come back to see some group play.
The drive through the different parks was beautiful. Lastly, but not leastly the drive up to the top of Lookout Mountain and the. Lovely Buffalo Bill museum with his story and popularity was way cool, Thank you
Do not miss out on this back-to-back tour. You will see the red rocks, continental divide, go through a canyon, see Buffalo Bill's museum and grave site, journey through so many mountain towns and learn about Denver's history. The scenery during this tour was AMAZING. If you are a tourist, you likely won't be able to see all of this on your own. You will accomplish and see so much in a short period of time. Our driver and tour guide was knowledgeable, nice and safe. I then took the second half of the tour through downtown Denver. This helped me map out the city and I was able to find my way around for the next two days all on my own. Thanks for the amazing tour!
The Red Rocks is a sight to see. The different colors of the rocks and scenic view from afar were amazing. Definitely worth checking out. And seeing Downtown Denver is very nice. Just wished I had more time to explore it. Love the tour.
This was an excellent half-day tour in every way, and having spent a week in downtown Denver, mainly looking up, it was good to see the city from the mountains, looking down. Timely pick-up from our hotel, a comfortable little bus, and a very informative guide were most appreciated, as was the 'no extras' ethic, e.g. our entry to the museum was at no charge. We met some interesting fellow-passengers too.
As a boy in the 1950s I read and watched the cowboy stories, and seeing the detailed history of Buffalo Bill and his associates was enlightening, for example his family's anti-slavery position, for which his father suffered. His tour folder was interesting too it showed that he visited towns close to ours in Lancashire, in the North of England.