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Great way to see the sites on an open jeep tour. Our guide was "Quickdraw", he was great. Very friendly, knew a lot of history about the area. So glad we saw the sites this way. I'm sure we got to see more and learn...More
We took the Jeep tour of Pike's Peak. 3 hours that included the drive, time to stop and take pictures and time at the top. The driver was very knowledgeable and good with people. She also kept us apprised of the weather as it could...More
This was one of the funnest things we have ever done and 70% of that has to do with our amazing tour guides, Spencer and Brian. These two were so much fun and made us laugh the entire way. I have a fear of heights...More
We enjoyed a morning jeep tour to Pikes Peak with Pecos, who was a courteous and professional guide, and a very safe driver. It was very windy at the top, and pretty cold too, so we were grateful for the heated jeep seats snd blankets...More
Great staff (Mercedes aka Sadie) took care of our reservation. Rowdy gave us a great and interesting ride to the top. So glad we chose to put Rowdy in the driver's seat. Close to our hotel ( The Cliff House) short walk. They graciously provide...More
This was our first time zip lining and we got to take advantage of the family night’s great rate. The guides took care of the large group and they made it fun for my teenagers! They encouraged us to try some maneuvers and took care...More
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There are five stations and the height varies from drop off to drop off but none of them are more than a few hundred feet, I think; they may be less than a hundred. There is no pole climbing required to reach the jump off... More
There are five stations and the height varies from drop off to drop off but none of them are more than a few hundred feet, I think; they may be less than a hundred. There is no pole climbing required to reach the jump off point for any of them, though, it's usually one step. There is some uphill hiking between stations.