1. COLORADO JEEP TOURS
Colorado Jeep Tours is a must on your visit to Colorado. You might do a 4×4 trail climb to the top of a mountain peak for a spectacular view, or discover the Cripple Creek and Victor gold mining district at almost 10,000 feet. Want to see Indian petroglyphs or dinosaur footprints? You got it. Hit up their website for more information at coloradojeeptours.com.
2. RAFT MASTERS
Hit the river with Raft Masters. We have chosen to work exclusively with Raft Masters and their crew because, frankly, they’re the best. These guys and gals provide high quality adventures with friendly and knowledgeable staff who will get you stoked to be on the water. They can accommodate all skill levels. Find them online at raftmasters.com.
3. ROYAL GORGE BRIDGE AND PARK
Check out the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park. Originally built in 1929, the Royal Gorge bridge spans the Arkansas river for a height of 955 feet across a 938 foot span…now that’s a view! It is the highest suspension bridge in the United States. Find it online at royalgorgebridge.com.
4. BISHOP CASTLE
Bishop Castle has become a popular roadside attraction in Central Colorado. Jim Bishop has been working on this project for nearly 60 years. From atop its spanning bridges, you can see across hundreds of miles of Colorado landscape. And to top it all off, it has a Fire-Breathing Dragon!!!! Check it out online at bishopcastle.org.
5. ROYAL GORGE ROUTE RAILROAD
Looking straight up nearly 1000 feet, you will pass directly below the Royal Gorge Bridge while travelling through the world famous Royal Gorge. This is truly breathless scenery in the heart of Colorado. Head to the website at royalgorgeroute.com.