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Top 3 Fall Activities Near Denver

There are still many fun fall activities to partake in near Denver! Here are 3 fall activities near Denver waiting for you to enjoy! Over the hill and through the woods we have our exciting and thrilling cliffside zipline course in Idaho Springs. Don’t miss out on Colorado breathtaking fall foliage from several different national parks in the Denver area.  Get a group together for a Back-To-School outing or a quick family trip.

fall zip colorsOne of the most fun zipline courses near the Denver area is just down the road from Denver in Idaho Springs. The 6 lines and 3 optional obstacles allow for a variety of ages to enjoy hours of fun! Get your adrenaline pumping zigzagging down the cliff side or test your courage on our 70-ft freefall. We offer 3 trip times on Wednesdays through Sundays during the fall through October.

Take a short drive up Mt. Evans from Evergreen to take a look at the spectacular fall foliage bursting with miles of orange, red, and yellow trees. Rocky Mountain National Park has astonishing unique views for everyone of all ages to appreciate. Get in touch with your outdoorsy self by taking in the cool crisp air and stunning scenery Colorado has to offer.

coors field_2Enjoy Colorado’s beautiful sunsets from Coors Field and watch the Rockies take on competitors from all over the nation. Go visit the new rooftop bar with awesome views of Denver and plenty of standing area for the group. Even if America’s pastime isn’t your favorite sport to watch being with the fun crowds and friends in the open air is very entertaining.

Fall is a beautiful season in Colorado for many to experience and enjoy. Take your adventurous side out zipping our cliffside zipline with our special fall special ziplining. In and around Denver has a lot to offer during the fall so don’t miss out. To book your awesome zipline trip today please contact us at 877-RAFTING. Any of our awesome sales agents are standing by waiting to speak with you!


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