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DAY 1 – Home to Colorado Springs
Fly to the Colorado Rockies! Visit the AirForce Academy in Colorado Springs. Later check into your hotel for a relaxing two night stay. Tonight we will enjoy a get acquainted dinner as we prepare for our railroading experience.
Included Meals: Dinner
Hotel: Drury Inn

DAY 2 – Colorado Springs
Visit Garden of the Gods featuring red rock formations and breathtaking views of Pikes Peak, it was marked on the National Register for Historic places in 1979. Lunch will be included at the Garden of the God’s Trading Post. Depart for Manitou Springs and experience Pikes Peak which forms a stunning backdrop for Colorado Springs and the Garden of the Gods. It is the farthest east of the big peaks in the Rocky Mountain chain, which contributed to its early fame among explorers, pioneers, and immigrants and made it the symbol of the 1859 Gold Rush to Colorado with the slogan, “Pikes Peak or Bust”. Your best views will come from a ride on the Cog Railway to the top. See magnificent Seven Falls, one of the grandest mile of scenery in Colorado, wildlife and more on this exciting rail journey. This evening dinner will be on your own.
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

DAY 3 – Colorado spgs to Alamosa
Enjoy breakfast before we depart for Canon City. Board the Royal Gorge Railroad for a 24-mile journey beneath Royal Gorge Bridge. This ride will afford some of the most spectacular scenery your eyes will ever see! Visit Royal Gorge Park, affording breathtaking views from the highest suspension bridge in the world, rising 1,053 feet above the rapids of the Arkansas River. Ride the Aerial Tram across the gorge or take the Incline Railway to the bottom of the canyon. After a fabulous day in the Royal Gorge area, we drive to Alamosa, Colorado for our overnight stay.
Included Meals: Breakfast Hotel: Holiday Inn Express

Day 4 – Alamosa to Durango
Motor to Antonito and board the famous Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad. This train runs between Antonito, Colorado and Chama, New Mexico. The track was originally laid in 1880 by the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. Chama today is a small village, but considered hallowed ground by many railfans. Chama houses one of the most physically complete railroad yards in the country. The railroad yard still has the feel of 1960 and earlier. We will board our motorcoach in Chama and drive to Durango, an old romantic mining town. Your hotel is the historic Strater hotel in Durango.
Included Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Hotel: The Strater

Day 5 – Durango to Palisade
Board The Silverton, the last scheduled narrow
gauge railroad in the United States. This 1881 coal-fired, steam-powered locomotive was built to haul silver and gold ore, and today it will carry you along the breathtaking canyons of the La Plata and San Juan Mountains. See breathtaking scenery as we wind around mountain peaks, canyon walls, and rushing streams enroute to Silverton, once a bustling mining town in the 1870s. Nestled in the San Juan Mountains, Sliverton is a national historic landmark. Take time to explore Silverton’s historic architecture built between 1882 and 1910 during Silverton’s boom time. Motor on the million-dollar highway over Red Mountain Pass of the San Juan Mountains to Palisade.
Included Meals: Breakfast
Hotel: Wine Country Inn

Day 6 – Palisade
After breakfast we make our way to Grand Junction. Drive the spectacular Colorado National Monument offering sweeping views of the canyon. Drive through lovely orchard country with a stop at one of the orchards for a tour and opportunity to shop. Return to the hotel for a restful evening.
Included Meals: Breakfast

Day 7 – Palidase to Denver
This morning board the Amtrak train for a full day of scenic railing through the Colorado Rockies from Grand Junction to Denver.
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Hotel: Hampton Inn

Day 8 – Denver
We’ll make our way to nearby Georgtown and board the Georgetown Loop Railroad. Finished in 1884 for the Colorado Central Railway to transport silver in and out of the region, this breathtaking stretch of narrow gauge railroad is an engineering marvel, featuring
several horseshoe curves and bridges including the Devil’s Gate High Bridge. Lunch will be on your own at historic downtown Georgetown. Return to Denver for a tour of the mile high city nestled at the foot of the Rockies. We’ll enjoy a tour of Molly Brown’s house. Tonight you are guests at a farewell dinner.
Included Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

Day 9 – Denver to Home
After an included breakfast we’ll catch our flight for home.
Included Meals: Breakfast


Motorcoach Per Person Pricing Information

Double: $2,159
Single: $2,649
Triple: $2,059
Quad: $200

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Price Includes

Price Per Person

Single: $2,649 Double: $2,159 Triple: $2,059 Quad: $1,949

Opt. Insurance

Single: $200 Double: $164 (per person)

Price includes: Rt Airfare including taxes, surcharges, and baggage fees, 13 meals, Activities as stated, Motorcoach

Deposit due: $100 deposit at time of reservation,
Full payment due 45 days prior to departure

Travel Bucks: $30 Travel Bucks earned


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Tour Highlights

Airforce Academy Tour
Garden of the Gods
Pikes Peak Cog Railway & Pikes Peak
Royal Gorge Railway
Royal Gorge Park
Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad
Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Colorado National Monument Canyon
Palisade Fruit Orchards
Amtrak Train Ride Grand Junction to Denver
Georgetown Loop Railroad
Denver City Tour

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