Traveling Colorado by Bus: Plan an Adventure Group Trip
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When you visit Colorado State it’s a wonderland of forests, mountains, monuments, and waterways.
People who love the outdoors can enjoy a variety of fun and family-oriented activities year-round. The next time you visit Colorado, use these strategies to get the most out of your adventure group trip.
Charter a Bus
You’re planning a day trip for the long weekend, renting a charter bus for your adventure group has many advantages.
- For day trips that include families with teenage children, you should use the bus as a meeting spot for lost or confused travelers. That way, if someone becomes separated from the group, instruct them to make their way back to the bus. The way you can help with this is to organize shifts among the adults and have someone stay on or near the bus in case an emergency happens.
- Reduce wear-and-tear on personal vehicles by using a charter bus when you visit Colorado. Camping gear, sports equipment, and multiple passengers are heavy for commuter vehicles, which can negatively impact your car’s performance. A Class C charter bus has the towing capacity to get your group and all its stuff to your destinations.
- See and do more with a rental bus. Multiple vehicles make it difficult to move your group around. Visit Colorado historical sites, museums, and natural wonders without the extra expense and restriction of guided tours.
Choose a Theme when you visit Colorado
Colorado is a geographically-gifted state with a lot of options for your group adventure travel trip. Decide what you’re going to do based on your group’s shared interests and the time of year you’re in Colorado.
- Want to backpack or hike some of the most pristine landscape in the United States? Colorado’s National Park system boasts 4 amazing reserves filled with well-trodden trails and secret spots just waiting to be discovered. Explore old evergreen forests, see gorgeous valleys teeming with wildlife from mountaintops. Expand your knowledge of local flora and fauna near natural lakes, streams, and ponds.
- Whitewater rafting is an excellent activity for adventure junkies. The rivers in Colorado are lined with businesses offering equipment, guides, and instruction. Many offer half-day trips that can include challenging rapids, leisurely floats, and coordinated meal and rest breaks.
- Rock climbing is great for active vacationers. Challenge your body and teamwork skills on a multi-day trip, which is a great way to spend the day blowing off some steam with a new workout. Hire a guide or purchase a map near the entrance to the area you choose to find the best spots for your skill level.
One more thing you need to do before you leave, make sure you check online for group discounts on your favorite activities when you visit Colorado. That way you and your group will save money and enjoy the state even more!