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Guided Trips

Rocky Mountain Conservancy is a non-profit partnering with the National Park Service & Rocky Mountain National Park, offering educational adventures by bus.

A traveler’s tip:  take the RMC Journey to the Top! – A Trail Ridge Road Bus Adventure.  Enjoy the other-worldly Continental Divide views along America’s highest continuous paved highway, and relax in a comfortable, climate controlled bus while someone else does the driving.  Wednesdays & Thursdays June -Sept.

Additional Routes:    Grand Lake Safari (Tuesdays), Sunset Safari (Fridays), Elk Expeditions (Thurs, Fri, Sat & Mon  Sept- Oct ),  From Meadow to Treeline (every other Sunday), Peak to Peak – Historical Hwy 7 (every other Sunday), East Across the Divide (Saturday).  Experience guided cultural & natural history from the comfort of a 14 passenger mini-bus or 12 passenger van.  Summer tours start in June and run through early September.

  • From Meadow to Treeline  Join a naturalist guide on a trip through the low elevations of the Park.
  • Peak to Peak: Historical Hwy 7 Adventure – Cultural history and signficant landmarks on the Peak to Peak Byway.
  • Journey to the Top – along Trail Ridge Road, the nation’s highest continuous paved highway.
  • Grand Lake Safari – a unique overview of the park’s history, flora, fauna, & geology as you cross the Continental Divide to the west side of the Park.
  • Sunset Safari – discuss geology, flora, fauna and the cultural history of Rocky over Trail Ridge Road during the calmness of dusk.
  • East Across the Divide: A Trail Ridge Road Bus Adventure – starts in Grand Lake.
  • Elk Exhibitions (mid-Sept through mid-Oct) – View the fall elk rut with a professional guide to interpret activity and answer questions.
  • Wintertime Wonders Bus Tour On-Demand.  Join a naturalist guide on a trip through the Park in wintertime.

Call 970-586-3262 to register for Bus Tours or Educational Seminars.  Entrance into the Park is included in the registration fee.

Visit www.RMConservancy.org for more information.

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