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Big Meadows Tonahutu Trail

Big Meadows Tonahutu Trail - Estes Park, Colorado

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Estes Park, Colorado

From USD
$95.00

The hike to Big Meadows begins from the Green Mountain Trailhead, located 2.5 miles north of the Grand Lake Entrance. From the parking area the Green Mountain Trail begins climbing through a lush conifer forest ... More info ›

The hike to Big Meadows begins from the Green Mountain Trailhead, located 2.5 miles north of the Grand Lake Entrance. From the parking area the Green Mountain Trail begins climbing through a lush conifer forest. The climb is steady and moderate, but graduates to more gentle grades after the first half-mile, with a few short steeper inclines thrown in every now and then. As the trail levels out you’ll begin passing a couple of small meadows along the way. Keep an eye out for moose and elk foraging in these fields as you pass near them. You should note that the edge of the meadow can be a bit marshy, especially in the spring. Also, only two-tenths of a mile up the trail are the remnants of an old homesteader’s cabin from the early 1900s. Big Meadows is surrounded by numerous 12,000 ft. plus peaks. After Big Meadows, hikers will continue down Tonahutu Trail, for more amazing views.

MORNING

  • Meet your guide at our Grand Lake office at 8:30am
  • Pre-trip orientation, gear check and final details
  • Hit the road to the first section of the Green Mountain trailhead
AFTERNOON
  • Break for fresh deli lunch
  • Return to Green Mountain trailhead, then back to shop in Grand Lake between 3:00pm & 4:00pm

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Difficulty: Easy – Moderate
  • 6.1 miles trailhead to trailhead
  • 1,120 feet elevation gain
  • Highest Elevation: 9,843 ft
  • Trail Features: Waterfall, Wild Flowers, Scenic Views

MEALS
  • A fresh deli lunch
WHAT TO WEAR
  • Lightweight hiking boots or a sturdy pair of hiking shoes
  • Comfortable hiking socks
  • Synthetic Wicking T-shirt
  • Hiking Shorts (Quick-Dry, Lightweight)
  • Rain Jacket (Hooded, Lightweight, Waterproof, Breathable)
  • Midweight fleece/wool Jacket or Sweater
WHAT TO BRING
  • Sunglasses and Straps
  • Sunscreen and Lip Balm
  • Bug Spray
  • Sun Hat or Ball Cap
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Healthy snacks
  • Gratuity for your guide
OTHER GEAR YOU MAY NEED
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Trekking poles
  • Synthetic liner socks (these can help prevent blisters)

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East Inlet Trail

East Inlet Trail - Estes Park, Colorado

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Estes Park, Colorado

From USD
$110.00

Our East Inlet Full Day Hike will have your crew smiling from ear to ear! Be sure you’re prepared for your outing by reviewing our gear lists and suggested items to pack so you won’t have to worry about a last minute store run before your trip starts. At AVA Rafting & Zipline, we want to be sure you know what all is included in your adventure and there are not underlying charges for gear once you arrive at our outpost the day of your trip.

MEALS

  • A fresh deli lunch
WHAT TO WEAR
  • Lightweight hiking boots or a sturdy pair of hiking shoes
  • Comfortable hiking socks
  • Synthetic Wicking T-shirt
  • Hiking Shorts (Quick-Dry, Lightweight)
  • Rain Jacket (Hooded, Lightweight, Waterproof, Breathable)
  • Midweight fleece/wool Jacket or Sweater
WHAT TO BRING
  • Sunglasses and Straps
  • Sunscreen and Lip Balm
  • Bug Spray
  • Sun Hat or Ball Cap
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Healthy snacks
  • Gratuity for your guide
OTHER GEAR YOU MAY NEED
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Trekking poles
  • Synthetic liner socks (these can help prevent blisters)
MORNING
  • Meet your guide at our Grand Lake office at 8:30am
  • Pre-trip orientation, gear check and final details
  • Hit the road to the first section of the East Inlet trailhead
AFTERNOON
  • Break for fresh deli lunch
  • Return to Green Mountain trailhead, then back to shop in Grand Lake between 3:00pm & 4:00pm

Our East Inlet Full Day Hike will have your crew smiling from ear to ear! Be sure you’re prepared for your outing by reviewing our gear lists and suggested items to pack so you won’t have to worry about a last minute store run before your trip starts. At AVA Rafting & Zipline, we want to be sure you know what all is included in your adventure and there are not underlying charges for gear once you arrive at our outpost the day of your trip.

MEALS

  • A fresh deli lunch
WHAT TO WEAR
  • Lightweight hiking boots or a sturdy pair of hiking shoes
  • Comfortable hiking socks
  • Synthetic Wicking T-shirt
  • Hiking Shorts (Quick-Dry, Lightweight)
  • Rain Jacket (Hooded, Lightweight, Waterproof, Breathable)
  • Midweight fleece/wool Jacket or Sweater
WHAT TO BRING
  • Sunglasses and Straps
  • Sunscreen and Lip Balm
  • Bug Spray
  • Sun Hat or Ball Cap
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Healthy snacks
  • Gratuity for your guide
OTHER GEAR YOU MAY NEED
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Trekking poles
  • Synthetic liner socks (these can help prevent blisters)
MORNING
  • Meet your guide at our Grand Lake office at 8:30am
  • Pre-trip orientation, gear check and final details
  • Hit the road to the first section of the East Inlet trailhead
AFTERNOON
  • Break for fresh deli lunch
  • Return to Green Mountain trailhead, then back to shop in Grand Lake between 3:00pm & 4:00pm

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Green Mountain Onahu Creek Loop

Green Mountain Onahu Creek Loop - Estes Park, Colorado

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Estes Park, Colorado

From USD
$110.00

From the parking area the Green Mountain Trail begins climbing through a lush conifer forest. The climb is steady and moderate, but graduates to more gentle grades after the first half-mile, with a few short steeper inclines thrown in every now and then ... More info ›

From the parking area the Green Mountain Trail begins climbing through a lush conifer forest. The climb is steady and moderate, but graduates to more gentle grades after the first half-mile, with a few short steeper inclines thrown in every now and then. As the trail levels out you’ll begin passing a couple of small meadows along the way. Keep an eye out for moose and elk foraging in these fields as you pass near them. After viewing Big Meadows hikers should return back to the main trail and turn right to begin heading northbound on the Tonahutu Creek Trail. From the junction the trail skirts around the western edges of the meadow. The trail offers several additional vantage points, as well as access to the meadow. The Onahu Creek Trail passes several small meadows as it makes its way back to Trail Ridge Road. These open meadows provide hikers with additional opportunities for possibly spotting a moose or an elk.

AVA Rafting & Zipline will provide guests everything that’s needed for your Full Day Green Mountain Hiking tour. Take advantage of the gear lists and all of our suggestions for this trip so you don’t have to scramble last minute for something you may have forgot. We want to be up front with what this hiking trip includes and how much you’ll be spending so you can be fully prepared for your adventure.

MEALS
  • A fresh deli lunch
WHAT TO WEAR
  • Lightweight hiking boots or a sturdy pair of hiking shoes
  • Comfortable hiking socks
  • Synthetic Wicking T-shirt
  • Hiking Shorts (Quick-Dry, Lightweight)
  • Rain Jacket (Hooded, Lightweight, Waterproof, Breathable)
  • Midweight fleece/wool Jacket or Sweater
WHAT TO BRING
  • Sunglasses and Straps
  • Sunscreen and Lip Balm
  • Bug Spray
  • Sun Hat or Ball Cap
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Healthy snacks
  • Gratuity for your guide
OTHER GEAR YOU MAY NEED
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Trekking poles
  • Synthetic liner socks (these can help prevent blisters)
MORNING
  • Meet your guide at our Grand Lake office at 8:30am
  • Pre-trip orientation, gear check and final details
  • Hit the road to the first section of the Green Mountain trailhead
AFTERNOON
  • Break for fresh deli lunch
  • Return to Green Mountain trailhead, then back to shop in Grand Lake between 3:00pm & 4:00pm

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24 Hours in the Rockies

24 Hours in the Rockies - Estes Park, Colorado

Duration: 1 day
Location: Estes Park, Colorado

From USD
$255.00

Timber Lake Trail passes through forests and meadows to reach the open area at Timber Lake. Timber Lake is located 4.8 miles from the Timber Creek Trailhead on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park ... More info ›

Timber Lake Trail passes through forests and meadows to reach the open area at Timber Lake. Timber Lake is located 4.8 miles from the Timber Creek Trailhead on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park. It shares a large, level basin with two adjacent ponds beneath Mt Ida. A well-cut trail leads through diverse forests and luxuriant meadows where moose and elk sightings are common. Visitors will enjoy excellent fishing and room to explore this idyllic alpine lake setting. This will continue to Long Meadows trail concluding at the Onahu Creek trailhead.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • Difficulty: Easy – Moderate
  • Approximately 11 miles
  • 2,349 feet elevation gain
  • Highest Elevation: 9,843 ft
  • Trail Features: Lake Views, Wild Flowers, Scenic Views

For your 24 Hours in the Rockies Hiking tour, AVA Rafting & Zipline will provide everything you need from camping equipment to meals during your trip. Be sure to review all of the gear lists and suggested things to bring so you aren’t buying a plethora of items last minute before you begin your Hiking tour. If you have any questions about your trip, feel free to call our adventure specialists prior to your excursion so you’re all set to go.

MEALS
  • Day 1: Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 2: Breakfast, Lunch
WHAT TO WEAR
  • Lightweight hiking boots or a sturdy pair of hiking shoes
  • Comfortable hiking socks
  • Synthetic Wicking T-shirt
  • Hiking Shorts (Quick-Dry, Lightweight)
  • Rain Jacket (Hooded, Lightweight, Waterproof, Breathable)
  • Midweight fleece/wool Jacket or Sweater
WHAT TO BRING
  • Sunglasses and Straps
  • Sunscreen and Lip Balm
  • Bug Spray
  • Sun Hat or Ball Cap
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Healthy snacks
  • Gratuity for your guide
OTHER GEAR YOU MAY NEED
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Trekking poles
  • Synthetic liner socks (these can help prevent blisters)
DAY 1
  • Meet at the Grand Lake Outpost at 10:00am
  • Gear up & meet your guide
  • Load up, and hit the Timber Lake Trail!
  • Set up camp near Timber Lake
  • Free time: hike, fish, read or just relax at the camp
  • Enjoy a lakeside dinner made by your guides
  • Catch some ZZZs in your tent or under the stars
DAY 2
  • Wake up to a delicious breakfast/coffee cooked by your guides
  • Pack up & launch for day 2
  • We’ll hike the Long Meadow Trail into the Onahu Trail
  • Arrive at Onahu Creek. We’ll then have a short drive to our Outpost.

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3 Days in the Rockies

3 Days in the Rockies - Estes Park, Colorado

Duration: 3 days
Location: Estes Park, Colorado

From USD
$500.00

Timber Lake Trail passes through forests and meadows to reach the open area at Timber Lake. Timber Lake is located 4.8 miles from the Timber Creek Trailhead on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park ... More info ›

Timber Lake Trail passes through forests and meadows to reach the open area at Timber Lake. Timber Lake is located 4.8 miles from the Timber Creek Trailhead on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park. It shares a large, level basin with two adjacent ponds beneath Mt Ida. A well-cut trail leads through diverse forests and luxuriant meadows where moose and elk sightings are common. Take a quick side hike to beautiful Granite falls off the trail. From there you will continue to the Tonahutu/North Inlet trailhead as you explore the Big Meadows area as the trail leads you riverside to breathtaking views along the way.

HIGHLIGHTS
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • 19.2 miles from trailhead to trailhead
  • Highest Elevation: 9,843 ft
  • Trail Features: Lake Views, Wild Flowers, Scenic Views, River views, Wildlife

You’ll put in work with your own two feet during the day, but you can sit back and relax as your guides set up camp and make you dinner after trekking through the mountains. We at AVA Rafting & Zipline believe every guest should know how much they’re spending prior to their trip. We provide extensive lists of suggested items to bring as well as what gear you should have, and what AVA will provide for your 3 Day Overnight Hiking tour.

MEALS
  • Day 1: Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 2: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
  • Day 3: Breakfast, Lunch
WHAT TO WEAR
  • Lightweight hiking boots or a sturdy pair of hiking shoes
  • Comfortable hiking socks
  • Synthetic Wicking T-shirt
  • Hiking Shorts (Quick-Dry, Lightweight)
  • Rain Jacket (Hooded, Lightweight, Waterproof, Breathable)
  • Midweight fleece/wool Jacket or Sweater
WHAT TO BRING
  • Sunglasses and Straps
  • Sunscreen and Lip Balm
  • Bug Spray
  • Sun Hat or Ball Cap
  • Reusable water bottle
  • Healthy snacks
  • Gratuity for your guide
OTHER GEAR YOU MAY NEED
  • Camera
  • Binoculars
  • Trekking poles
  • Synthetic liner socks (these can help prevent blisters)
DAY 1
  • Meet at the Grand Lake Outpost at 9:00am
  • Gear up & meet your guide
  • Load up, and hit the trail!
  • Set up camp near Timber Lake
  • Enjoy a lakeside dinner made by your guides
  • Catch some ZZZs in your tent or under the stars!
DAY 2
  • Wake up to a delicious breakfast/coffee cooked by your guides
  • Pack up & launch for day 2
  • Lunch and head to Granite Falls to set up camp for the night
  • Enjoy the afternoon, relax or take in an afternoon “side” hike.
  • Dinner made by your guides
DAY 3
  • Wake up to a delicious breakfast/coffee cooked by your guides
  • Continue through Tonahutu trail through Big Meadows and enjoy some stunning mountain views
  • Return to Outpost in Grand Lake

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Early Morning Private Wildlife Safari in RMNP from Estes Park

Early Morning Private Wildlife Safari in RMNP from Estes Park - Estes Park, Colorado

Duration: 4 hours
Location: Estes Park, Colorado

From USD
$255.00

Head out on an Early Morning Wildlife Safari leaving from Estes Park in Rocky Mountain National Park. Each tour is limited to 4 guests and private so each trip is just for you and your group ... More info ›

Head out on an Early Morning Wildlife Safari leaving from Estes Park in Rocky Mountain National Park. Each tour is limited to 4 guests and private so each trip is just for you and your group. We will pick you up outside the office of your Estes Park hotel at the time we confirm, usually 4:30am-5am depending on the exact date.

Yellow Wood Guiding Wildlife Safaris are driving tours with many stops as we travel across Trail Ridge Road. Our tours are designed to both provide great views of wildlife, but also learn extraordinary information about these amazing animals and the wonderful Rocky Mountain ecosystem. 

Nearly every Safari we see Moose cows and sometimes bulls, Elk bulls and cow herds with calves, Mule Deer, Bighorn Sheep on the distant mountains through the spotting scope, Yellow-bellied Marmots, American Pika, and a number of small cute critters only found in the Rockies like Least Chipmunk, Ground Squirrels, many different birds and some hawk & eagles.

After picking you up at your Estes Park Hotel we will head out in the dark so 30 minutes later we can arrive at the top of the world to start seeing Elk and amazing views of the Rockies at daybreak. We will continue on to the western side of Rocky to look for Moose, and usually more views of Elk sometimes right out the window. We will head back up to the top of Trail Ridge and look for Bighorn Sheep and also spot small mammals like the lovable Marmots and Pika that call the tundra home. We can also view waterfalls through the scope. As we wrap the trip we will stop at a few additional overlooks or spend time in the lower meadows looking for birds and other small mammals.

Each tour is customized for you, so be sure to share your goals in our communication before confirming the tour.

Please note Grizzly Bears and Wolves are not found in Colorado, and Black Bears are extremely rare, we only see a dozen a year usually.

Travel in a Premium level Hyundai Santa Fe with panoramic sunroof, heated leather seats, and windows that roll down all the way.

Binoculars are available for each person as well as use of a spotting scope to really bring those distant creatures into view. 

There are a number of stops where we can use the park restrooms.

Tours are limited the 4 guests, and children must be age 12 or up.

In the summer time be prepared for temps between 30-70 degrees F, yes 30!  Don't wear shorts, and always bring a jacket.  Also be sure to drink plenty of water both in the days before your trip to Colorado and while your here (4 bottles a day), and for morning tours eat breakfast to prevent altitude sickness. Bring along water and a snack, we will have extra water and granola bars for you as well.

National Park entrance permits are not included with the tour, as many guests already have a permit or lifetime pass. If you need they can be purchased at the National Park gate. Most mornings we are in so early guests do not need a permit unless we have an extended moose adventure.

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