Hiking

Filed in Summer Day Tours, Summer Featured by on September 10, 2015

 

Vail Hiking
Explore a variety of trails surrounding Vail on a classic full or half-­day hike. Immerse yourself in the beauty and quiet of the Holy Cross or Eagle’s Nest Wilderness areas. Explore aspen forests painted with wildflowers. Hike to a pristine alpine lake. Gain a ridge or stroll beside a wooded stream. Learn the flora and fauna. Group and family pricing available for full and half-day hikes. We custom design each hike to match your interests and ability.

  • Morning, afternoon, or full day hikes available
  • Difficulty: Moderate to strenuous.
  • Included: Guide, transportation, snack or lunch
  • Have llamas join your hike day to carry lunch and gear.  $200 surcharge.

Full Day/4­-8 hour hike with lunch

  • One person ­ $295
  • 2 people ­ $180 each
  • 3 people ­ $160 each
  • 4+ people ­ $130 each
  • Upgrade your lunch to our classic “Red­-Checkered” picnic lunch, available on request. $10 per person additional.

Half Day/ Up to 4 hours, with trail snacks
Mornings: 8:30 -­12:30
Afternoons: 1:30­ – 5:30

  • One person ­ $220
  • 2 people ­ $130 each
  • 3 people ­ $115 each
  • 4+ people ­ $99 each

Hike Destinations

The following are our most popular hikes, but not our only offerings. Call for more information.

DSC01758Alpine Lake Hike
If you have all day, take a classic Colorado hike to a pristine alpine lake. Missouri Lakes, Fancy Lake, Booth Lake, Pitkin Lake, Piney Lake and the Seven Sisters Lakes are a few choices that make for an unforgettable experience.  Your day will be filled with mountain views, abundant wildflowers, mature aspen and evergreen forests.

 

Panorama Ridge Hike
If you yearn to look into the Gore and Sawatch ranges from up high, take yourself above the trees and gain an alpine ridge.

Meadow, Stream and Wildflower Hike
Absorb the sounds, smells, colors, and textures of the natural world on gentle to moderate trails that follow mountain streams winding through wildflower meadows and alpine forest.

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