GOOD THINGS COME TO THOSE WHO CAMP
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BACKPACKING IN THE ROCKIES HAS NEVER BEEN EASIER
Looking for a break from city life? Yearning to spend a night under the stars, breathing in that fresh Colorado Rockies air? We’ve got you covered.
Colorado camping trips are one of the best ways to disconnect from your phone, and reconnect with nature. They also require a lot of prep, planning, and equipment – which is where we come in. With state-of-the-art camping gear, local guides who know the best spots, and some of the best camp meals you’ve ever feasted on, we’re here to give you a once-in-a-lifetime experience under the stars.
Being prepared for your guided camping trip will ensure you maximize enjoyment and minimize snafus while in the woods. Here’s a list of what we recommend to outfit yourself with for your Colorado camping trip.
- Light hiking shoes or sneakers.
- Sunscreen and SPF chapstick.
- Snacks (think nuts, fruit that doesn’t bruise easily, jerky, carrots, etc. We’ll provide the rest!).
- Recommended clothing (we’ll send a detailed list based on the season once you book).
- Reusable water bottle. Colorado is a very dry state, and altitude can amplify hydration needs – we’ll have refills for you along the way.
- Any required medications or medical supplies.
- Light second pair of shoes (sandals, flip-flops, etc).
- Book, Journal/Pen.
- Portable battery pack (for charging phone).
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Here’s some frequently asked questions guests have about our Colorado Camping trips. If you don’t see an answer to your question, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or give us a call at +1 (720) 583-0654 – we’d love to help!
Q: What if the weather’s really bad?
A: We monitor all weather conditions the week leading up to your tour. If the weather is confirmed to be too unsafe to camp, we will notify you either the night before, or the morning of, to confirm cancellation. Safety is our number one priority – that said, it’s rare for us to cancel! We recommend that you monitor the weather as well, and cancel accordingly if you don’t feel comfortable with conditions like clouds, rain, or snow.
Q: Do I have to bring any camping gear?
A: Nope! We provide everything you need to have a great camping trip in Colorado.
Q: What about food?
A: We provide all the gourmet camping meals, but we encourage you to bring snacks to munch on in-between. Nuts, granola bars, fruit that doesn’t bruise easily, jerky, and carrots are all great options.
REVIEWERS CAN’T BE WRONG
“We had a wonderful and enlightening tour with Aaron today. He is well-spoken “people person,” knowledgeable with the history of the area and time periods that preceded present day. We enjoyed every minute!! If we were to return to this area in-the future we will call Aspire Tours and Recommend you to anyone who asks.””
- The Backus family from North Carolina
“Great tour with stunning views. Our guide, Gentry, was very knowledgeable and friendly. We saw elk, deer, a moose, and long horned sheep. Highly recommend this tour."
- Deborrah Z from Memphis, Tennessee
GREAT DETAIL ORIENTED EXPERIENCE
“Ryan was great in getting us to and from our private Rocky Mountain National Park Outing, giving us a ton of information on Denver and the surrounding landscape. Once we got to the park, Ryan was able to point out a ton of unique aspects and facts about plants, animals, and geology encountered on the trip."
— Ryan W. from San Diego, California
BEAUTIFUL TOUR WITH A GREAT GUIDE
“Gentry was an awesome tour guide and provided a lot of really interesting information about the areas we toured. You can tell she is passionate about what she does which made the experience that much more enjoyable. We had a great time and would recommend this tour to anyone who is wanting to get away from the city for a few hours :)”