The Mighty Seven: Colorado’s Majestic National Parks & Monuments

Learn about Colorado’s natural wonders as you journey across the state exploring seven of its most stunning and diverse national parks and monuments.
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If your goal is to visit as many National Parks and monuments as possible -- then this is the program for you. Four National Parks in Colorado, third to California and Utah,but separated by distance and Mountains. Being able to leave the driving and guiding to an experienced and friendly team is the way to go!


My husband and I wanted to see Colorado. This was it! Joan and Lee were fabulous in getting us to places and seeing parks and monuments that we had no idea that existed. It was beautiful and great fun. Five star program.


A marvelous way to see the state of Colorado that is full of wonder, beauty and awe.


Such a great trip through our adopted state! We saw some of the "Hidden Gems" of Colorado, like the Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument--a place I had never experienced. More surprising places included Colorado Monument, Black Canyon of the Gunnison Natl. Park, and of course, Mesa Verde! Our guides, Joan and Lee were extremely competent--very organized and prepared. And they shared many great stories of historic Colorado figures, like John Otto, Adeline Hornbek, and others. I highly recommend this tour!


This is an exceptional trip with everything from billion year old rocks, dinosaurs,ancient and modern Indians, gold mines, towering mountains, sand dunes and Olympic ski slopes presented by an experienced and knowledgeable team.


Before this trip, I had never heard of some of the National Parks and Monuments that we visited, but I am so happy that I had the opportunity to see and learn about these magnificent places. Each place is different and equally amazing, and this trip is a wonderful overview of National Parks and Monuments in the State of Colorado.


The Mighty Seven of Colorado is magnificent. The diversity and beauty of these monuments and parks are breathtaking. The program is well paced and our group enjoyed the adventure!


The program was described as the Mighty Seven National Parks and Monuments, but we actually saw several other wonderful areas: the Garden of the Gods outside Colorado Springs, the Ute Museum, the Silverton Historic train, the True Grit Restaurant in Ridgway, the fruit orchards in Delta, the Polish feast/luncheon at Alexander Lake Lodge near Grand Mesa, St. Kathryn Cellars in Palisades, Art on the Corner and Engstrom's ice cream factory in Grand Junction and wood carvings in Craig City Park. We were truly on-the-go for this trip, and I enjoyed every minute!!


This was a wonderful new tour with a great itinerary and group leaders. I can recommend it to anyone interested in the National Parks and Monuments of the Colorado. I am confident it will prove to be very popular so if someone is interested in the tour they should book it well ahead.

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