With so much to do in the Royal Gorge Region, planning an itinerary can be tough. I mean, where do you even start? There are gorgeous recreational areas for hiking and biking, several museums, unique destinations like the Royal Gorge Bridge and Park and the Royal Gorge Route Railroad, and scenic drives. Let’s not forget to mention the long list of outdoor activities like horseback riding, ATVing, rock climbing, ziplining, biking, and more.

Thank goodness we’ve put together several itineraries that cater to every interest. From those that explore historical destinations to family-friendly activities, we’ve got you covered. Check out our itineraries below to find that one that’s best for you.

Historical
The Royal Gorge Region has a long and interesting history that includes mining, agriculture, and prisons. Itineraries like the Two Day Exploration of Fremont County History, the Two Day Heritage Tour, and the One Day Tour of Cripple Creek and the Victor Mining District are sure to give you the healthy dose of historical information you’re looking for.

Adventure
Get your blood pumping in adrenaline inducing mini-adventures like Rock and Row and Dip and Zip.

Family
There’s so much for a family to do in the Royal Gorge Region, it can make your head spin. Try a Royal Gorge Mini-Adventure for the Family, such as Raft ‘N Rail, Saddle ‘N Paddle or Float ‘N Zip. For a longer stay, check out the Family Outdoor Adventure Itinerary.

Scenic
Sometimes you just want to kick back and take in the scenery. For this, we recommend the Phantom Canyon Road Mountain Trip Itinerary or the Two-Day Gold Belt Tour Scenic and Historic Byway Itinerary.

Leisure
The Royal Gorge Region isn’t just about high flying, energy pumping adventure. Take a more leisurely route with the Museums, Picnics, and Walking with the Dinosaurs Itinerary or the Life of Leisure: Royal Gorge Train, Galleries, and Wine Tasting itinerary.

Self-Guided Tours
Strike out on your own with one of our self-guided tours. We offer tours of Cañon City, Western Fremont County, Howard, and Florence, Colorado.