** Price includes 1 Native Jeep & Guide per Sunset Tour.
*** Prices include 1-2 Jeeps brought by your group. There is a $75 surcharge for each additional Jeep in your group (up to 4 Jeeps). Please refer to "You-Drive" tour prices for using our Native Jeep vehicles.
How was it for others?
Brandon is a rock star. The Ace Frehley of jeeping. No joke. This guy knows everything about the trails, the geology and history of the Georgetown area, like the back of his hand. We did some great obstacles and made it to the top of a thirteener. My teenagers had a blast and that's putting it mildly.
Sooo much fun! I was afraid to drive the Jeep at first, but Alma and Brandon assured me we could go on some easier trails and really boosted my confidence. They are natural teachers and great guides. I'm actually considering buying a Jeep now
This was my first time to Denver and I'm so glad I did this tour. I had no idea you could actually drive a Jeep to the top of a mountain. Incredible views, beautiful nature trails, Jeep Tours Colorado was the highlight of my vacation.
Starting out on the trail with your brand new Jeep can be an intimidating experience for some. Even if you are fully prepared and have the basic gear you need, the idea of getting stuck or damaging your new vehicle can make those first few trips a little more anxiety-filled than they need to be.
Tabegauche trail is moderate to difficult trial, just outside Grand Junction with easy access to town, 17 miles with travel time around 4 hours.
Great trail to have a fun day, moderate to wild (in areas) depending on your desired challenge. Areas of Moab-like slickrock and ledges, especially in the play area. Rock gardens present a challenge in finding the right lines. Sandy transitions with fast areas too!
The reality is today there aren’t many remote places left to really get away. The San Rafael Swell is a spot that is being discovered, but is large enough to still be alone and really feel “out there”.
The San Rafael Swell is an enormous geologic feature rising more than 1,000 feet above the desert west of Green River, Utah.