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Explore the Colorado River headwaters region in our custom side-by-sides. You’ll be accompanied by an experienced guide who will tailor the route to your interests, whether you’re hoping to see the best views or take on advanced off-road terrain. With over 200 miles of trails on 20,000 acres, you’ll have plenty of options. Our tours will allow you to see remote wilderness you wouldn’t otherwise be able to go.

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COLORADO OFF ROAD TOURS

We take you along historic roads, over remote mountain passes and into Colorado wilderness. Your guide will tell stories and jokes and take you on the ride of your life. Some call it a roller-coaster ride in the wilderness. Enjoy the views and off-road excitement as Creek to Peak takes you to spectacular panoramic views or to a 75 million year old fossil site. The site has ammonites, bivalves, gastropods and mollusks laying across the ground surface for you to find and photograph. Your off-road adventure continues into the Colorado backcountry where you may see antelope, mule deer, elk, coyotes, big horn sheep, as well as hawks and eagles. There is something in this adventure for everyone.

WHAT TO EXPECT ON A COLORADO OFF-ROAD TRIP 

Our 3 hour off-road adventures place you in a custom Polaris RZR 900. This two seat vehicle, similar to a dune buggy, has been modified for the local terrain, which means a comfortable ride for those seeking a mellow cruise on local trails while still providing the power and handling to take on more aggressive terrain. Your guide will help you find the perfect area for your ability level and interests and accompany you the entire time.

WHAT TO BRING FOR A SIDE-BY-SIDE TOUR

Participants should wear long sleeves and long pants that can get dirty as trails are likely to be dusty or muddy, as well as sturdy closed toed shoes. Helmet and goggles will be provided. A bandana, light rain gear, gloves and a bottle of water are also recommended. Other items to consider are a camera, sunglasses, snacks, and additional layers of clothing depending on the weather.

WHO CAN GO ON AN OFF-ROAD TOUR?

Each side-by-side has two seats, which means our tours can accommodate both drivers and non-drivers. Drivers must be at least 18 years old and possess a valid driver’s license. Passengers must be at least 12 years old. Passengers must be able to reach the hand holds and reach the floor with their feet.

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