Heading out to the good ole’ Rocky Mountains this fall and are unsure of what activities are still left to do? Well, no need to worry. There are tons of fun, active and outdoor activities that the whole family can still do at this time of year. Here are some options to make this fall’s vacation one unforgettable experience!
Fly Fishing: Whether you are an experienced angler or it is your first time casting a line, Fly Fishing Colorado has guided fly fishing trips for all levels. You will be geared up from head to toe with top of the line equipment and paired with a professional angler. Don’t miss out and book your trip today!
Hot Air Balloon Rides: This is definitely an experience of a lifetime! This adventure begins at sunrise in the beautiful Rocky Mountains. The sights are unbelievable with the rolling hills, stunning mountain vistas and local wildlife. The morning starts off with a complimentary hot breakfast and a glass of champagne to start the day off right with! Give AVA a call to set up a day that works best for you!
Zipline Tours: AVA offers two different top-of-the-line zip line courses, located in Idaho Springs and Granite, Colorado. Both of these courses offer multiple different zip lines and are extremely unique. There are different features at both locations with bungee free falls, surf zips, race zips and even jungle bridges. These tours range from about 2-3 hours long and will be the best time of your life! Call AVA at 877-724-8464 to get the details and book today!
Camping: You have definitely come to one of the most beautiful places if you are looking to do some camping. There are endless amounts of hiking and biking trails with tons of places to camp! When the trees begin to change colors in the fall, it is definitely a sight to see. Go explore!
Now that you are aware of a few of the many activities you are able to partake in this fall, it is time to start planning your trip! Make sure to check out Peak 1 Express, a very affordable airport shuttle to and from Summit County and Vail Valley! Enjoy!