Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence

Check out our self-guided trips below to get the scoop on terrain and level of difficulty. You’ll start in Estes Park for the Walter Tishma Way, our Basecamp Tours and Day Trips. The Winter Park Way takes you on trails near one of Colorado’s popular ski resorts. Alsace, France is our international tour that enchants with vineyards and French cuisine.

Inn-to-Inn Hiking / Self-Guided Hiking

Experience the outdoors through our expertly designed, self-guided inn-to-inn hiking trips. Inn-to-inn hiking allows you to hike at your own pace, without carrying heavy backpacks and camping gear.

Everything is done for you:

  • Accommodations
  • Luggage transfer
  • Meals
  • Trip planning and route maps

That way, you can spend the day hiking without a care.

Difficulty: Moderate to Moderate+
Terrain: Mostly Mountain Paths
Lodging: Mainly historical inns, two with bathrooms down the hall.
Overall: National Park/Smoky the Bear Vibe
Location: Estes Park, Colorado

Self-guided hiking


  • 42-mile Inn-to-Inn Route
  • World-Class Rocky Mountain Scenery
  • Self-guided
  • Luggage Transfers
  • Historical lodges, good food and wine
  • 7-11 Mile Hikes each Day

Difficulty: Options from low to moderate to high
Terrain: Mountain trails, bike trails, wide tracks and quiet roads
Lodging: Modern Lodges
Overall: Ski Area Vibe
Location: Winter Park, Colorado


  • New Inn to Inn to Winter Park Resort
  • Includes Beautiful Devils Thumb Ranch
  • Self-Guided
  • Luggage Transfer
  • 8-9 Miles Per Day

Difficulty: Trips are available for all levels
Terrain: We can customize the route for you
Lodging: Lodging at historic Stanley Hotel or the Alpine Ridge Inn
Location: Estes Park, Colorado


We are now offering a basecamp trip (staying in one lodge) which gives us the opportunity to customize your trip with the best possible hiking routes.  No worrying about parking or trying to plan the perfect route- we’ll take care of that.  Same superb service as our inn to inn trips. 

Difficulty: Moderate with one 12 mile day
Terrain:Vineyards, mountain paths, small paved roads
Lodging: Intimate family inns. Ensuite bathrooms
Overall: Culturally rich. Wine towns. History
Location: Alsace, France


  • Five days of hiking
  • Small family-owned inns
  • Forests, mountains, vineyards
  • French cuisine and Alsacian wines
  • Croissants,baguettes, European coffee
  • Offered self-guided