Experience the freedom of wide open spaces. Discover the truth and folklore of the Gold Rush while thrilling yourself with blood-pumping adventure. You grab the wheel of our modified rig, and we guide you from our lead Jeep on a day of off-roading and ghost town trails to spots only other locals know.
Whether connoisseur, active or adventurous, everyone is thrilled by our unique way of showing you natural beauty while conquering rocks and obstacles.
Unique in Colorado, Clear Creek County boasts more than 75% of public land which you can freely access to explore
The miners of the 1800s were hard men blazing paths through hard rock. The first to trod would have been a lone miner with his trusted donkey.
Then came the donkey trains, expanding the trails wider. Today, some of those trails are our Jeep roads connecting us to our mining past.
This off-road Jeep experience will touch your life in so many ways.
You won’t look at our ski towns or forests the same. You will gain confidence in what you can drive and do. You’ll understand how far you can push your Jeep, and how to do so while protecting the trails.
Only 20 miles from Denver and you are breathing cool mountain air, where the Gold Rush and adventure come together.
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WOW. What an experience! I’m from Australia, and it has always been my dream to visit Colorado and do a mountain adventure. This experience with Native Jeeps definitely ticked the box and surpassed all my expectations. From the start to the end, we were looked after so well.
We started out in their business shop, and from there, we were already driving the Jeeps ourselves. We all had walkie-talkies which were fun, and we got to learn so much about the town and mountain. The best part was some of the challenging drives we did, and the tour guides helped us navigate this.
I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting a really fun and unique adventure!!
This is a MUST DO for everyone! We took our 3 and 7 year old, and they had a blast too! It was truly the highlight of our trip.
We went in late September, and there were stops to take pictures of the beautiful fall colors. Brandon and Alma provided excellent handling instructions for the Jeep. We had never driven a Jeep and due to their guidance, we had no trouble navigating the moderate terrain.
Through walkie talkies, Brandon and Alma provide hilarious anecdotes and interesting historical facts about nature, mines/mining, jeeps, and Colorado in general along the way. It just FANTASTIC. The experience is dog friendly too!