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Be ready for some of the most incredible views, only a short drive from Denver. Stop at the world famous Red Rocks Amphitheater, a natural historic monument and one of the best music venues in the world. Known for its incredible natural acoustic embedded in millions of year old sandstone formations. Drive through a scenic canyon, stop at a beautiful Alpine Lake. Enjoy fantastic views, in a comfortable ride and great company. Highlights : • Red Roaks Amphitheater • Drive along Bear Creek Canyon • Visit Evergreen, CO for coffee, wine, galleries and more • Lunch at Echo Lake • Stop at Summit Lake • Mt. Evans Mountain, highest paved road in North America • Possible Mountain Goat sightings!
Your first stop is a visit to one of the best outdoor music venue’s on earth, Red Rocks Amphitheater, where music has echoed off the sandstone cliffs for decades. Drive through Morrison on your way up into Bear Creek Canyon and watch the landscape change as you head up into the mountains. Take in sweeping vistas and the clear waters of Echo Lake, as you continue along on your journey. Continue through some historic mining towns and hear stories of local legends who were a part of Colorado's unique history. Summer: June - August - Drive to the top of Mt Evans above 14'000ft.Fall: September- October - Drive up to 12'800ft. Last 5 miles to top is closed. Winter: October 10 through May - The tour will drive along the foot of Mount Evans and stop at a scenic mountain lake. Additionally the group will stop in a charming historic mining town. **LUNCH** - This tour comes with choice of a turkey or vegetarian sandwich. Please include your preference as well as any dietary restrictions in the Special Requirements field during checkout.
- Sandwich - **LUNCH** - This tour comes with choice of a turkey or vegetarian sandwich. Please include your preference as well as any dietary restrictions in the Special Requirements field during checkout.
What's not included
- Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
- Get inside tips from a local
- Led by a local guide
- See native wildlife in their natural environment