Sightsee: RMNP Winter (Full Day)Call to Book Sold Out
Enjoy Rocky Mountain National Park without the crowds, as we drive across a majestic snowy setting with opportunities to see elk, moose, deer, mountain goats, and bighorn sheep.
Enjoy Rocky Mountain National Park without the crowds, as we drive across a majestic snowy setting with opportunities to see elk, moose, deer, mountain goats, and bighorn sheep. Its truly Rocky Mountain National Park at its best. While the high roads are closed due to snow, we will delve into the lower areas and explore the grasslands, prairies, and valleys while gazing at Rocky Mountain’s iconic peaks such as Longs and Hallett. Rocky Mountain National Park takes on a whole different character in the winter and we’re proud to show you our beloved landscape.
Itinerary: We’ll depart Boulder or Denver and drive approximately one hour to Rocky Mountain National Park where we’ll drive across the lower prairie and grasslands as we look for herds of elk and deer. We’ll have opportunities to pull to the side and look over the breathtaking scenery. We might have the option to explore several small, short walking trails, which will bring us even closer to Rocky Mountain’s incredible beauty.
Included in our rates: The services of a professional guide, round-trip transportation from Boulder, snacks and water (lunch is also included on full-day tours), any entrance fees for sights (except state or national parks), education about local and natural history (including our library of Rocky Mountain flora and fauna books).
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%).
Difficulty Description: Easy
What to Bring: Sent with trip confirmation