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Rocky Mountain High – Guided Motorcycle Tour

  • 12 Days / 11 Nights
  • June to September

You know Colorado is a magical place to ride when you can spend ten days on a bike and never leave the state. This Premium Guided Tour has been designed for those that prefer shorter riding days with even more time to relax, enjoy the sights, and take in some of the most spectacular scenery in the world. The Rocky Mountain High Tour is mile after mile of deep gorges, 10,000 mountain passes, winding rivers, old steam trains, wildlife, outdoor adventures, and so much more.


  • Round trip scheduled flights
  • Motorcycle rental
  • Motorcycle friendly hotels/motels
  • Experienced tour guide
  • Door-to-door luggage transportation
  • Fuel and breakfast on riding days
  • Hosted welcome dinner
  • Half-Shell helmet (if required)

Please note that day one is independent and you meet your guide and group on day two.

2024 Departure Dates:

  • June 20th
  • July 18th
  • August 15th
  • September 5th

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Day 1

Arrive Denver, Colorado

Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Denver, Colorado. Upon arrival, independently make your way to your hotel, where you spend the first night of your adventure.

Sheraton Denver Downtown
Day 2

Denver, Colorado

You have a full day to enjoy Denver today, so head out and explore this wonderful city which is filled with attractions. This evening you’ll be meeting your guide and travelling group at 5pm for an orientation, and some time to relax together near the hotel.

Day 3

Manitou Springs, Colorado

100mi / 161km

After grabbing some breakfast from the hotel, you’ll make the short trip to the EagleRider Denver depot to pick up your bikes and hit the road. The miles for today don’t look like much, but you are almost immediately on your first of the endless miles of incredible mountain roads you’ll enjoy over the next nine days. You’ll take 100 miles of “twisties” that run along beautiful rivers and creeks over 300 miles of flat road every day of the week! You’ll stop just outside Manitou Springs, leave your bike for a few hours and enjoy a trip to the top of Pike’s Peak on the famous Pike’s Peak Railway. The scenery is indescribable on the train ride to the top of the Peak, and you’ll have an exciting time reliving the experience over a group Welcome Dinner tonight.

Day 4

Salida, Colorado

110mi / 177km

Your first stop today will be the Royal Gorge Bridge, which sits almost 1,000 feet above the Arkansas River. It’s also home to some of the coolest attractions for everyone from the mellow sightseer to the raging adrenaline junky. Whether it’s Ziplining along the edge of the Gorge, or simply enjoying the gondola ride underneath the bridge, there’s something for everybody. The ride out of Royal Gorge is one of the teams favorites on an impressive road that winds along the banks of the river, many times so close you can almost reach out and touch the water. Your stay tonight is the small town of Salida, which is a historical Colorado town with a cool Main Street full of shops, restaurants, and watering holes.

Day 5

Durango, Colorado

200mi / 322km

This is one of the longer riding days, but no less spectacular than the past couple of days. You’ll head Southwest through Southern Colorado’s prairie land for a stretch before starting your ride through the beautiful foothills of the San Juan National Forest. You’ll recognize some of the names of the towns visited along the way, like Pagosa Springs and Chimney Rock. You’ll have plenty of time for photo stops, breaks, a great lunch, or to just soak in the scenery. Durango is a great Colorado town, where the Old West meets great hotels and some of the best food you will find. You will be in Durango for a couple of days, giving you plenty of time to take it all in. Have a blast tonight, as they’ve set up one of their legendary EagleRider Pub Crawls

Day 6

Durango, Colorado

You’ve got lots of options for your free day in Durango, and it really comes down to what kind of activities you like. EagleRider will have a menu of options to choose from, including the famous Durango – Silverton Steam Train ride along the river, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, off-road adventures, hiking, mountain biking, or just kicking back and enjoying a day of shopping and relaxing on Main Street. The historic steam train excursion is included in the package. This route has been in existence since 1882, and much of the scenery remains exactly as it was over 140 years ago.

Day 7

Montrose, Colorado

110mi / 177km

Today is all about three simple words: Million Dollar Highway. Ok, there’s a lot more to this epic day, but the ride on Colorado’s Highway 550, also known as the Million Dollar Highway, is most definitely one of the highlights. The official stretch of this famous road is approximately 25 miles between Silverton and Ouray, but most consider it to start in Durango, as the scenery in the early stretch is just as incredible. For those that didn’t take in the steam train ride to Silverton yesterday, this is your chance to see this historic mining town. Just up the road is another famous mining town, Ouray. Your stop for tonight is in the small town of Montrose, home to epic scenery and a very walkable Main Street full of vibrant restaurants, shops, and watering holes.

Day 8

Glenwood Springs, Colorado

165mi / 266km

Everything about the riding, scenery, stops, food, people, wildlife, and everything else you encounter today is just as epic, incredible and jaw-dropping as the past six days. Right out of the gate, you make your way to what is one of the coolest sights in Colorado, the Black Canyon of the Gunnison. The ride North out of the Canyon is equally impressive, with views of Needle Rock, Mt. Baldy, Maroon Peak, Capitol Peak, Huntsman Ridge, and more. Your stay tonight is Glenwood Hot Springs.

Day 9

Breckenridge, Colorado

150mi / 241km

Today might just be the most epic riding day, at least in terms of riding some of the highest mountain passes in North America. You’ll roll through Aspen, before riding the 12,095 ft elevation Independence Pass, which sits on the Continental Divide. You roll back down towards Twin Lakes, then start the ride back up to the highest incorporated city in the United States, Leadville, which sits at an elevation of 10, 152 ft. Your last stretch of the day is into the famous winter ski resort of Breckenridge, which is equally beautiful during the summer months. The village in Breckenridge is very walkable, and, as usual, is home to tons of options for shopping, eating, and drinking.

Day 10

Estes Park, Colorado

130mi / 209km

This tour takes part of its name from Rocky Mountain National Park, which is the highlight of today’s ride. Yes, the roads and scenery from Breckenridge to the RMNP entrance are awesome, but nothing compares to riding the entire West to East stretch of this park, especially with another pass crossing at just over 12,000 ft. The only thing more highly guaranteed than a stunning ride, are multiple wildlife sightings in the park. Your stop for the night is Estes Park, one of the gateways to Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park. You will have your Farewell Dinner tonight, as there may be a few of the group who choose to fly out of Denver on returning tomorrow.

Day 11

Denver, Colorado

90mi / 145km

The last day is always bittersweet as you will have made some great new friends. It is so important to end on a high note, and today is no exception. Yeah, it is a short ride, but the roads and scenery right up until you hit Denver are just as impressive as the you’ve seen. A favorite stop today is St. Catherine’s Rock Chapel. You’ll even roll through Golden Colorado, home to Coors, one of the most famous, and oldest beers in the USA. You will be back in Denver at the EagleRider airport location in time for any of those wishing to catch a late afternoon or early evening flight home. For those staying one more night, it’s more of the same, and one last chance to crack a few cold ones together and start hatching plans for next year’s journey.

Day 12

Journey Home

If you havent decided to stay on for extra days, today you make your way back to Denver International Airport, and check in for your flight back to the UK.

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