Package Pricing per person sharing (Including all Airport & Hotel Taxes)
Standard Car Rental (Nissan Versa or similar) for 13 days
3 nights’ accommodation in a Deluxe Room at The Oxford Hotel in Denver, Colorado
2 nights’ accommodation in a One Bedroom Suite at the Renaissance Boulder Flatiron Hotel
2 nights’ accommodation in a Stanley Classic Queen Room at the Stanley Hotel in the Rocky Mountains
2 nights’ accommodation in a Lodge Room at Vail Marriott Mountain Resort in Vail, Colorado
3 nights’ accommodation in a Deluxe Room at Colorado Springs Marriott
$ 2 725 ex New York
€ 2 870 ex Paris
£ 2 635 ex London
R 51 030 ex Johannesburg
SUV Rental (Nissan Rogue or similar) for 13 days
3 nights’ accommodation in a Deluxe Room at the Four Seasons Hotel Denver
2 nights’ accommodation in a City View Room at St. Julien Hotel & Spa
2 nights’ accommodation in a Stanley Classic Queen Room at Stanley Hotel in the Rocky Mountains
2 nights’ accommodation in a Village View Room at the Four Seasons Resort Vail
3 nights’ accommodation in a Classic King Room at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs
Excursions included: an electric cruiser bicycle tour in Boulder, a Rocky Mountain Full Day Tour in the Rocky Mountains and a ski hire package in Vail
$ 4 495 ex New York
€ 4 500 ex Paris
£ 4 070 ex London
R 77 400 ex Johannesburg
**Prices are based on low season rates and are subject to change without prior notice due to currency fluctuations and other general economic conditions.
**Rental Requirements: Client must be 25 years of age, have a valid drivers license and credit card.
Colorado Rockies Road Trip Highlights
Our Colorado Rockies Road Trip packages have been designed by our travel specialists to deliver matchless experiences while catering to your every need. This travel experience combines flights, airport transfers, accommodation in select Hotels and Resorts and hand-picked activities and experiences in select World’s Ultimate destinations.
Denver is the capital and most populous municipality of the U.S. state of Colorado. Denver is in the South Platte River Valley on the western edge of the High Plains just east of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Denver is nicknamed the Mile High City because its official elevation is exactly one mile (5280 feet or 1609.3 meters) above sea level, making it the highest major city in the United States. Denver has many nationally recognized museums, including a new wing for the Denver Art Museum by world-renowned architect Daniel Libeskind, the second largest Performing Arts Center in the nation after Lincoln Center in New York City and bustling neighborhoods such as LoDo, filled with art galleries, restaurants, bars and clubs. Denver’s neighborhoods also continue their influx of diverse people and businesses while the city’s cultural institutions grow and prosper. Because of its proximity to the mountains and generally sunny weather, Denver has gained a reputation as being a very active, outdoor-oriented city. Many Denver residents spend the weekends in the mountains; skiing in the winter and hiking, climbing, kayaking, and camping in the summer.
Boulder is a city at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, in northern Colorado. To the west, the trail-lined Flatirons are craggy rock formations overlooking the city. Downtown’s pedestrian Pearl Street Mall includes art galleries, cafes, restaurants and boutiques. The University of Colorado Boulder campus is home to the Fiske Planetarium and the Museum of Natural History, with zoology and anthropology exhibits.
The Rocky Mountains stretch some 3,000 miles from British Columbia and Alberta in Canada through Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and down to New Mexico in the U.S. The range offers dramatic wilderness, diverse wildlife and alpine lakes. Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park is traversed by numerous hiking trails and the famously scenic Trail Ridge Road, a 48-mile highway that reaches a high point of 12,183ft. Rocky Mountain National Park is home to many species of animals, including nearly 70 mammals and almost 300 species of birds. This diversity is due to the park’s varying topography, which creates a variety of habitats. The park has five different regions or geographical areas; moose and big meadows, alpine region, wilderness, heart of the park, and waterfalls and backcountry. You can enter the park through Estes Park which has the famous Stanley Hotel that the movie The Shining is based from.
Vail, Colorado, is a small town at the base of Vail Mountain, home of the massive Vail Ski Resort. Set within White River National Forest, the town is a gateway for winter sports such as skiing and snowboarding. It’s also a summertime destination for golfing, hiking and cultural festivals. Gore Creek, popular for fly fishing, runs directly through the town center. Colorado Springs
Colorado Springs, at an elevation of 6,035 ft., is a city in Colorado at the eastern foot of the Rocky Mountains. It lies near glacier-carved Pikes Peak, a landmark in Pike National Forest with hiking trails and a cog railway leading to its 14,114-ft. summit. The city’s Garden of the Gods park features iconic red-sandstone formations and mountain views. Garden of the Gods
Garden of the Gods is a public park located in Colorado Springs, Colorado, US. It was designated a National Natural Landmarkin 1971. The Garden of the Gods Park is popular for hiking, technical rock climbing, road and mountain biking and horseback riding. It attracts more than two million visitors a year, making it the city’s most visited park. There are more than 15 miles of trails with a 1.5-mile trail running through the heart of the park that is paved and wheelchair accessible. Because of the unusual and steep rock formations in the park, it is an attractive destination for rock climbers. Rock climbing is permitted, with annual permits obtained at the City of Colorado Springs’ website.
Pikes Peak is the highest summit of the southern Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, in North America. The ultra-prominent 14,115-foot (4,302.31 m) fourteener is located in Pike National Forest, 12.0 miles (19.3 km) west by south of downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado. The most popular hiking route to the top is called Barr Trail, which approaches the summit from the east. The trail head is just past the cog railway depot in Manitou Springs. Visitors can walk, hike, or bike the trail. Although the Barr Trail is rated only Class 1 it is a long and arduous hike with nearly 8,000 feet of elevation gain, and a 13 mile trip one-way. Car Rental
We have a wide range of vehicles for you to choose from for your Colorado Rockies Road Trip. From a standard sedan, to a SUV or convertible Ford Mustang only to name a few.
World’s Ultimate Hotels
World’s Ultimate Experiences offers accommodation that will ensure that you experience the best of your chosen destination. Below are the hotels that we offer – Other hotels or resorts of your choice not featured on our website can be quoted on, should you wish.
Other Road Trips
ItineraryDAY 1DAY 2-3DAYS 4DAYS 5-6DAYS 7-8DAYS 9DAYS 10-11DAY 12Arrive in Denver
Upon your arrival in Denver, you will collect your chosen car rental from the airport and drive to your selected World’s Ultimate Hotel where you will spend the next 3 nights.Explore Denver
Spend days 2 and 3 exploring this capital city in Colorado. There are numerous attractions that should keep you busy up until your time to leave. Check out the Denver Nature and Science Museum which features a planetarium, temporary exhibits and an IMAX to name a few. Take a walk through the lovely Botanic Gardens if the weather is right or spend the day at the Elitch Theme Park.Drive to Boulder
On day 4 you will leave Denver and head to Boulder. The drive is just a little over half an hour. Boulder is close to the Estes Park entrance of the Rocky Mountains. Boulder is known for its Flatirons, craggy slanted rock formations overlooking the city. You could end your day on a nice brewery tour testing the local beers.Explore Rocky Mountains
Days 5 and 6 you can spend exploring the Rocky Mountain National Park. There are numerous hiking trails that you can set out on and hopefully see some famous Rocky Mountain Elk. The park has five different geographical regions, so whatever you are looking for, Rocky Mountain National Park is sure to have it. You can either stay in Estes Park at the Stanley Hotel or stay in Boulder, just an hours drive from the park.Drive to Vail
On day 7, you will head to Vail. This is a very popular destination for the winter months. If you are looking to ski or snowboard, look no further than the Vail Ski Resort. There are over 5,000 acres of skiing trails that are sure to give you a rush of adrenaline. Vail is also a good summer destination as well. It offers lots of hiking trails, fishing and golfing. Your drive to Vail from Boulder or Estes Park is between 2 to 3 hours.Drive to Colorado Springs
After your time in Vail, you will make your way to Colorado Springs on day 9. This drive is almost 3 hours.Explore Garden of the Gods and Pike’s Peak
Colorado Springs has a lot of offer. Pike’s Peak is beckoning down on the city and it’s such a site to see. If you are feeling up to a challenge, you can hike to the summit. Although the hike is classified as a Class 1, it is a 13 mile trip one way. You can also visit the Garden of the Gods and check out its neat rock formations. The Garden is very accessible and not a strenuous walk. You will fly out of Colorado Springs.
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