24 Hour Backpacking Trip in Rocky Mountain National Park

Grand Lake, Colorado

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$289/person

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Book this tour through our partner: AVA Rafting & Zipline

A 10% discount will be applied to your trip when you book through the Outbound with promo code: OUTBOUND. There is no better way to experience the Rockies than setting up camp and spending the night under the stars. Your first day will include prepared lunch and dinner and the second will include breakfast and lunch. Your guide will pack their bags with delicious food to keep your appetite at bay the entire 24 hours. Wildlife? No problem. Your guide knows exactly what to do to safely view the wildlife in their natural habitat. Enjoy everything Rocky Mountain National Park has to offer without the stress.

Additional Information

Our guides have extensive knowledge on the surrounding area and wildlife of Colorado to create a meaningful trip to Rocky Mountain National Park. We provide all the gear and everything you could need for your hike to make traveling easier and affordable. We recommend wearing layers and bringing sunshine because the weather in Colorado is unpredictable but we often have 300 days of sunshine. 

Itinerary

Day 1:

  • Meet at the Grand Lake Outpost at 10:00amGear up & meet your guide
  • Load up, and hit the trail and enjoy a picnic lunch
  • Set up camp in the backcountry
  • Free time: hike, fish, read or just relax at the camp
  • Catch some ZZZs in your tent or under the stars

DAY 2: 

  • Wake up to a delicious breakfast burrito and hot coffee prepared by your guides
  • Pack up & launch for day 
  • Hike the rest of the stretch, enjoy lunch, and make your way back to Grand Lake

A 10% discount will be applied to your trip when you book through the Outbound with promo code: OUTBOUND. 

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Starting From

$289/person

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Details

Duration

2 Days

Starts

Grand Lake, Colorado

Ends

Grand Lake, Colorado

Difficulty

3/5

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