Trip deals to Colorado for 2021
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Colorado Vacation Package Deals
One-stop vacation shopping with Orbitz will give you direct access to Colorado packages from $2,013, but the real beauty of a package vacation is that Orbitz does all the searching for you.
Gone are the days of hunting for a flight and hotel separately, comparing hundreds of flight sales and hotel deals, with the added pressure of keeping track of all those pesky reference numbers. Check out an all-inclusive resort hotel package, where the price will also cover your food, drink, and activities, or a simple flight and hotel package, and enjoy the luxury of having all your essential information in one place.
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Colorado vacation itinerary: 1 week
Day 1: Denver
Fly straight into the Denver airport to pick up your rental car and get to your hotel: you can organize all of this with one of our Colorado package deals.
- Spend some time hopping shopping at Larimer Square
- Take a walking tour of Downtown Denver’s breweries or follow the city’s interactive beer map
- Explore the Denver Art Museum
- Head to Denver Union Station
Transportation: Leave your car at the hotel and explore Denver on foot, by bike, bus, or the Light Rail.
Day 2: Boulder
Jump in your rental car to hit the road for the next 6 days. Your first stop is Boulder, a college town that’s surrounded by the Flatirons rock formations.
- Start with a visit to Pearl Street Mall
- Delve into astronomy at the Fiske Planetarium on the Colorado University campus
- Spend some time in Chautauqua Park or Mount Sanitas
- Try the renowned Boulder craft beer at charming pubs, restaurants and breweries
Where to stay: For your one-night stay in Boulder, consider Hotel Boulderado a historic icon established in 1908, or Basecamp Boulder, which features a “Great Indoors” room that brings the camping experience inside
Transportation: If you’ve come to Boulder without a vehicle, we recommend renting a car here to make the most of your Colorado vacation. There are also regional buses and private shuttle services.
Days 3 and 4: Estes Park / Rocky Mountain National Park
Surrounded by the awe-inspiring peaks of the Rocky Mountains, make Estes Park your starting point:
- In Rocky Mountain National Park, more than 300 miles of hiking trails offer enchanting natural wonders and wildlife. A number of easy walks start from the Bear Lake Trailhead
- Go adventuring in the great outdoors with rock climbing and rafting in summer, and backcountry skiing in winter
- Unwind at wellness spas and restaurants and browse boutiques in downtown Estes Park
Transportation: If you’d like a break from driving, hop on free shuttle buses to Rocky Mountain National Park from the Estes Park Visitor Center.
Day 5: Vail
Set off early today for a scenic drive of about 3 hours to this famous mountain resort.
- In winter you’ll find skiing, snowmobiling, sleigh rides and snow tubing
- Explore Betty Ford Alpine Gardens
- Visit Epic Discovery for ziplines, a climbing wall, a bungee trampoline and a mountain coaster
Transportation: Once you’re in Vail you can park the car because many attractions are within walking distance of each other. Alternatively, the town offers free buses and miles of biking trails.
Day 6: Georgetown
- Get on the Georgetown Loop Railroad, a narrow-gauge train ride that takes you back in time
- Dare to venture more than 1,000 feet underground at the Capital Prize Gold Mine
- Hotel de Paris Museum, the Georgetown Heritage Center and Hamill House Museum
Where to stay: In the heart of Georgetown, the Hotel Chateau Chamonix is perfect for romantic escapes while families will appreciate the space of an entire house, such as the two-bedroom Snowberry Sanctuary with lake views.
Transportation: You can explore the charming streets in the heart of Georgetown on foot; however, it’s worth getting the car out to discover the dazzling Guanella Pass Scenic Byway, a 23-mile road offering views of aspen forests and soaring peaks.
Day 7: Denver
Say goodbye to Georgetown for your hour-long drive back to Denver today. Depending on your flight time, it’s possible to fill your itinerary with a few more adventures along the way.
- Stop at Idaho Springs to visit Argo Gold Mine and Mills and see the historic buildings
- Get a panoramic view of the Denver from William Frederick Hayden Park
- Drive 30 minutes to the other side of Denver to visit the wetland and woodland habitats of the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge. It’s a 30-minute drive to the airport from here