7201 East 36th Ave.
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The Mile High City and the nearby Rocky Mountains are filled with outdoor recreation thrills for the whole family. Urban sophistication meets outdoor adventure in Denver. Get acquainted with The Mile High City and find out what Denver has to offer you and your family and friends.

Kayaking in Confluence Park

2373 15th Street Unit B, Denver, CO 877.298.1292

Ride the man-made kayak chutes in Confluence Park, just minutes from Downtown. Confluence Kayaks, Denver's ultimate paddling shop, offers kayaking adventures on the whitewater chutes, including lessons, rentals, retail sales, pro outfitting and more.

Bike Ride on 85 Miles of Paths

2737 Larimer Street, Ste A Denver, CO 80205 Phone: ( 303)825-3325

With 85 miles of bike trails and 300 days of sunshine, Denver is a cycling paradise. Explore the city using Denver B-cycle, the city's pioneering bike-sharing program. For a small membership fee, you can pick up a shiny red bike at one of more than 80 conveniently located stations throughout the city, go for a spin, and then drop it off at any station when you're done.

the Mile High Trail in City Park

This trail in beautiful City Park follows a full 5-kilometer (3.1-mile) route and tracks along the city's 5280 contour line — so you're exercising at exactly a mile high!

Scooter tours denver

ScooTours Denver offers motorized, Vespa-style scooter rentals and guided scooter tours. The guided tours are especially fun, as friendly scooter tour guides lead you to the best sights and tell you stories of Denver past and present.

Denver Skatepark

Boasting 60,000 square feet of skateable concrete terrain, Denver Skatepark challenges boarders, bladers and bikers of all levels, but bring your own gear, as rentals are not available.

Washington Park's Smith Lake

Sail across scenic Smith Lake in Washington Park by renting an easy-to-use pedal boat. The calm waters make for a great family outing.

the Downtown Aquarium

There are more than 15,000 fish, mammals and plants, at the Downtown Aquarium — and you can do more than gaze at them through the glass. Pet stingrays as they glide past you in the touch tank, or dive in and snorkle or scuba alongside giant groupers, Moray eels, guitar fish, sand tiger sharks and green sea turtles.

Hike and Bike at Red Rocks Park

Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre is known the world over for its summer concert series, but during the day, it's a gorgeous hiking and biking destination. The Trading Post Trail is 1.4 miles long and winds through spectacular rock formations, valleys and a natural meadow. Some of the terrain is rough, so hiking boots/shoes are recommended. Also, hikers should be prepared for adverse weather conditions, as the weather can change very quickly. If mountain biking is your pleasure, the Red Rocks Trail, which starts at the Lower North Lot, is just the ticket. The trail splits, with one segment going north to connect to Jefferson County's Matthews/Winters Park and the other heading east to connect to the Dakota Ridge Trail.

Rocky Mountain National Park

Located 71 miles (114 km) northwest of Denver, Rocky Mountain National Park features 400 square miles (1,036 sq km) of scenic beauty, including Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous highway in the world, which crosses the Continental Divide at over two miles above sea level. The park has two information centers, hundreds of miles of hiking trails, tranquil lakes, waterfalls, wildlife and horseback riding. Estes Park is a resort town on the edge of the park with restaurants and shops and the historic (and possibly haunted!) Stanley Hotel.

Mount Evans and Echo Lake

Mount Evans has the highest paved auto road in North America, snaking its way to the 14,260-foot (4,346 m) summit. The road ($10 for a three-day pass) is open only from the Friday before Memorial Day through the first weekend in October, and frequently has snow on it, even in August. (The road closes at Summit Lake after Labor Day, preventing you from reaching the top.) The view from the top takes in the entire Front Range. The summit is 60 miles (97 km) from Downtown Denver. On your way up the mountain, be sure to stop at M. Walter Pesman Trail (maintained by Denver Botanic Gardens) for a wildflower hike; you won't see anything like the rare flowers and 1,500-year-old bristlecone pine trees anywhere else in the world. The trail winds through subalpine and alpine areas where wildflowers and animals of the fragile tundra live. Volunteer guides from Denver Botanic Gardens offer interpretive hikes that follow the trail throughout the summer (call 720-865-3539 for information).

Whitewater Rafting

Brave the rapids! Clear Creek Rafting Co. and Raft Masters offer rafting along beautiful Clear Creek in Idaho Springs (just 30 minutes from Denver) and the Arkansas River at the Royal Gorge (near Colorado Springs). Colorado Adventure Center also offers whitewater rafting trips on Clear Creek and the Colorado River for all experience levels all summer long. It's the adventure of a lifetime for a great price.

Zip Line Tours

Something of a playground-on-steroids, Castle Rock Zip Line Tours has tons of thrilling ways to soar along on 1.5 miles of zip line at speeds of up to 50 miles per hour, climb a 42-foot climbing wall and return via "adrenaline jumping stations" or a "kamikaze zip" straight to the ground, or take obstacle-course activities to new heights with the EPIC Sky Trek challenge course. Or Zoom above Clear Creek in Idaho Springs on a canopy zip-line tour with Colorado Adventure Center. You'll reach heights of up to 65 feet and get stunning views of the canyon as you fly along nearly a mile of zip line. This is the definition of high adventure!

Mile High Culture Pass

With the Culture Pass in hand, you'll receive admission to some of the city's most fascinating attractions, all for the bargain, “Mile High” price of $52.80 (a savings of more than $25) or three attractions of your choice for $25 (a savings of $12).


When you buy the culture pass, you can also enjoy the following deals:


You can receive the Culture Pass via your mobile phone or in a printable format. Over the course of five consecutive days, the $52.80 pass will admit visitors to all seven participating attractions*. Or the $25 pass will admit visitors to three participating attractions of their choice over the course of three consecutive days. The pass is activated at the first attraction visited. All participating attractions are listed below.

*The Kirkland Museum is closed as of May 2, 2016 and will reopen in late 2017. The Kirkland is getting a new home in a new location. Watch for updates!











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