Join us for an exciting adventure atop an ALL TERRAIN VEHICLE.
We navigate our way on historic mining trails through the scenic Rocky Mountains enjoying breathtaking vistas of the Continental Divide and Mount Evans. You will experience the serenity of the untamed mountains coupled with the exhilaration of an ATV. There are many trails to choose from offering something for every ability and thrill level. Visit historic mining sites and the remnants of Silver Creek, a mining town of 1884 We will stop along the way to capture the awesome views and of course when we see wildlife, so be sure to bring a camera.
You will start with safety and operational instruction on your ATV. Then practice in our flat parking lot until familiar with your machine. The guide will then take you to our practice area that has terrain similar to what we experience on our trails. All tours include a Professional Guide, safety video, ATV, helmet, and operational and safety instruction.
Our guides are qualified professionals that have first aid and CPR certification, a love of the outdoors, and are dedicated to make your ATV or UTV TOUR fun and a memorable time. Our Guide will adjust to your riding ability, each trip is individualized. We schedule only 4 people at one time to ensure a personalized experience. We can accommodate up to 25 people at one time, using all of our equipment, if everyone is part of one group. Manufacturer's recommended minimum age for driving our ATV's is 16.We do have passenger ATV’s. Passengers must be at least 56 inches tall. Passengers ride for ½ price. Drivers with a passenger must be a parent, legal guardian, or 26 years old to assume responsibility.
Tours are available 7 days a week all year long--weather permitting--a little snow adds to the fun! All Tours go rain or shine. Starting times vary with the season. Reservations are recommendended. View our reservation guidelines.
*Our terrain becomes more technical and difficult the farther we go. Longer tours are available for experienced and physically fit riders.
What to wear
Long pants, full shoe (no sandals), light jacket, gloves (optional), and something to protect your eyes such as glasses or sunglasses. Bring water, a camera, sunscreen, and a cell phone.
We are family owned and operated company. We want our guests to have personalized attention every step of the way. Our family has been in the mountains of Colorado for over 75 years. Having spent our lives here we want you to share the experience, and we are happy to share our knowledge of the history of this beautiful part of America’s West with you. We have a personal commitment to preserving the area for our future generations. We follow the guidelines set forth by Tread Lightly and the National Forest Service. We do not allow any off road travel.