Geo Tours provides Part-day, Full-day and Multi-day raft trips on three rivers in Colorado. Geo has been in business, under the same management, since 1981. Geo is based in Morrison, Colorado and operates from May through Labor Day, in September, seven days a week and from approximately 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM. Group Discounts, Child Discounts and Early Season Specials. Denver Pickups and transportation are available for groups of 6+ guests. Read more about Geo Tours in the KIIC Directory!
The snowflakes are falling and you know what that means! It’s ski season baby! Waking up before the sun rises, battling the icy road conditions, and cramming your feet into the most uncomfortable boots just so you can ride down the most pristine lines of the mountain’s snowy paradise. Whether you’re a weekend warrior or have the luxury of hitting the slopes during the week, drive those extra miles and plan a ski trip to Vail Colorado! Vail is the biggest and most popular ski resort in the United States. With 5,289 acres of mountain skiing, the possibilities are endless! Vail has 31 chair lifts, 193 runs, and 3 different terrain parks. The mountain is divided with the Front Side,… Read More →
Everyone wants to feel like a kid again. Exploring something new and mysterious is educational and is also fun! Expand your curiosity and learn some intriguing information along the way as you venture through the dark and spooky Cave of the Winds! Cave of the Winds was discovered in 1881 and is one of the highest caves in the United States, perched at 7,000ft! They offer two types of tours for your enjoyment. The Discovery Tour is the most popular and good for beginners and families. The cave temperature sits at 52 degrees so wear a jacket to avoid getting chilly. They also highly recommend you wear tennis shoes or hiking boots. This is a 45 minute educational tour that… Read More →
Feel like going out there and braving the cold? With beautiful mountain lakes and snow capped peaks all around you, how could you not!? Gear up in some warm clothes and let’s take an adventurous winter hike to Crater Lakes! This trail is part of the James Peak Wilderness and will lead you to five alpine lakes. The lower lakes round trip estimate is about 6 miles and if you want to continue along to the upper lakes, it will take an extra 2.2 miles. Your ending elevation will be 10,632 ft. with a total elevation gain of 1,523 ft.! The trail is well maintained but is difficult to spot if there is a lot of snow coverage. If you want… Read More →
Afraid of heights? Well even if you are, this trip up the highest paved road in North America is well worth the ride. Grab the whole family and pack a jacket because we’re taking a journey up the winding, twisting road to the top of Mount Evans! Get ready for some beautiful mountain scenery, right from your car! The Mount Evans scenic byway is just 60 miles west of Denver. Climb 7,000 ft in just 28 miles to the 14,264 ft. summit. At the beginning of your journey, pull off and enjoy the views of Echo Lake. There are picnic tables if you would like to pack a lunch, fishing, and hiking trails. The grass in this area is full… Read More →