Looking for some adventure after your whitewater or zipline journey? We have some good friends in Idaho Springs that run ATV tours, and they are a blast! Experience the wild west on an iron horse with an amazing ATV tour. Whether you’ve been ATVing in the past or not, we definitely have something for you! Get your gears oiled on Jones’ Pass or go tear it up on Yankee Hill. Either way, good times await! In case you are lost or don’t know where to begin your planning phase, here are 3 tips for planning an Idaho Springs ATV tour.
Know When You Want to Go and For How Long
There are various trip lengths offered when it comes to choosing what’s right for your party. If you’re faced with time constraints, go for a couple of hours. There are also three and four hour tours available, so pick a date and time and we’ll handle the rest of the dirty work.
Determine Which Difficulty Level Works Best For Your Group
Similar to the slopes we shred all winter long, ATV trips have various levels of difficulty, too. An inexperienced skier wouldn’t ride down a double black diamond bowl their first time around, so keep that caution in mind. We want everyone to have a great time, but we also want everyone to feel safe and comfortable.
Wear the Right Gear
Colorado’s weather is an odd creature that is often bi-polar throughout the day. Even though we have 300+ days of sunshine a year, out here, it doesn’t mean that it never rains! Sometimes it rains for 10 minutes, and then it’s over and other times it rains off and on, all day. Layers aren’t absolutely necessary, but you might make your friends jealous when you whip out a rain coat and stay dry during that quick sprinkle. Layers are an adventurers best friend, so be prepared!