A moderate hike in late June – mid July, this exploration through Colorado’s Alpine Lakes and Wildflowers will coincide with the climax for wild flower blooming in the Colorado high mountains. Description: This guided Colorado hike transitions from the montane forests to the alpine tundra. Along our way through the montane and sub-alpine ecosystem our hike winds […]
Full Day Hiking Trips
Hiking N. Americas Southern Most Glaciers is a rewarding experience through one of the most active Glaciers in the Rocky Mountain National Park. Plan for a ~9 mile excursion in the high altitudes of the Rockies. Description: A moderately strenuous hikes to one of the largest and most active glaciers in Rocky Mountain National Park. The […]
A strenuous hike with 5000 feet of elevation gain, Boulder’s Super Loop will offer a remarkable journey to the three highest peaks surrounding the city of Boulder to the West. Description: This hike climbs Green Mountain, Bear Peak, and South Boulder peaks in one wonderful day finishing with the Mesa trail back to the starting […]
Loch Vale and Sky Pond is a moderately strenuous hike that leads to beautiful vistas of Glass Lake and Sky Pond. These glaciers feed to lakes below including Taylor Glacier, Powel Peak, and the nationally famous Petit Grepon Climbing formation in Rocky Mountain National Park. Description: Voted as the best hike in Rocky Mountain National Park […]
This moderate, rugged, 6 mile trail at an elevation of over 9,000′ will afford incredible views of sup-alpine lakes, isolated valleys, evergreen trees, and seasonal wildflowers. Description: Crater Lake is a moderate hike to one of Roosevelt National Forests Hidden Gems in a subalpine setting. Starting a Moffat Tunnel, a Colorado historic railroad achievement, the hikes begins […]
This six mile trail, perfect for individuals and groups alike, will lend beautiful scenery and wildlife viewing inside one of Colorado’s most serene state parks, just a short drive from the Denver area. Description: An easy to easy moderate Denver hike on Burro Trail to Windy Peak in one of Colorado’s most beautiful state parks. […]
Looking for an all day adventure without the strenuous technical difficulties of most Rocky Mountain trails? The Cub Lake trail is an easy 4-6 mile hike that promises scenic views of lakes, pines, and possibly even elk. Great for groups and photographers. Description: An easy to easy moderate year round hike to Cub Lake in […]
Full Day Hiking and Peak Ascents
Colorado is a wonderful place to explore and discover on foot and we think there’s no better way to experience its wild beauty than with guided hiking trips in Rocky Mountain National Park with Colorado Wilderness Rides and Guides. Our professional local guides ensure your trip is safe, educational, and engaging – a unique Colorado experience you won’t find in a guidebook.
We offer guided Colorado hiking vacations in Boulder’s foothills and the surrounding area. With a full-day excursion, you can also venture into the surrounding mountains for hiking Colorado peaks .There are options for hiking in Colorado of all fitness levels, including easy, moderate, difficult and most difficult. Our experienced team will help you find the best hiking trails in Colorado for your group.
Guided Hiking Excursion Rates:
Half-Day Hiking Adventure: $295 for one hiker, $175 per person based on two guests, $140 per person based on three guests, and $125 per person based on four or more people.
Full-Day Hiking Adventure: $485 for one guest, $275 per person based on two guests, $220 per person based on three people, and $185 per person based on four or more hikers.
Included in our rates: The services of a professional guide; round-trip transportation from Boulder to the trailhead; snacks and water (lunch is also included for full-day hikes); education about local and natural history, including library for Rocky Mountain flora and fauna; and group CB, medical kit, and contingency and emergency support.
Not included in our rates: Park entrance fees, which are $10 per person daily for Eldorado Canyon State Park and $15 per person per week for Rocky Mountain National Park. Entrance fees are paid directly to the Parks upon entrance. Gratuities for your guide are also not included (while the amount is at your discretion, the recommended gratuity is 20%).