Private Guided Hiking

Estes Park, Colorado.

A great hiking adventure takes time. That is why you don’t see any 2 hour trips on our site. Try to give yourself a good part of the day – at least 4 hours – and we’ll do our best to give you a great experience.

  • All Private Trips
  • Get the full experience no matter what level
  • Lakes, small peaks, point-to-point, flowers, historical
  • 2015 Centennial Hike Available
  • Great lunch
  • Price: $210 for 1-2 people, $25 each additional person (lunch included)
  • Group Rates: $40 per person for 5 or more people (no lunch)
  • All trips include trekking poles
  • Does not include: park pass, guide gratuities always appreciated

To book a private guided hiking trip contact us with your preferred dates and let us see if we can accommodate you.

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How it works

Trips are scheduled with a guide ahead of time and usually meet at The Warming House at 9 a.m. unless otherwise stated.

We provide lunch for up to four people and will need to know if there are any dietary restrictions. Lunch is not provided for group rates.

We encourage you to wear real hiking boots and bring waterproof rain gear.  Bring a backpack if you have one, otherwise, we will provide.

Trips usually range from 4-6 hours depending on ability level


Arrival day:
We will contact you about a week prior to your trip to confirm your arrival plans. You’ll meet your trip manager in the early evening to answer any questions and make sure you’re ready for the following hiking day.


Celebrate 100 years of Rocky Mountain National Park with a “Centennial Hike” offered by Footpaths of the World. This 7.5 mile, moderate, point to point walk begins on the north end of the park and crosses three lovely meadows: Horseshoe Park, Beaver Meadows and Moraine Park.

Features of the hike include the Old Cascade Dam and Cascade Cottages which are the oldest commercial lodgings dating from the 1920’s. Learn about the Lawn Lake Flood, the old Horseshoe Inn and the Civilian Conservation Corps who built many of today’s trails and buildings. Try to imagine the old homesteads, ranches, lodges and ski runs. Even a gas station and soda fountain were located at Deer Ridge. The hike finishes by exiting via the old entrance station near Tunnel Road.

This is a full day trip with plenty of time to stop, listen and remember. Keep in mind that the trip is easily shortened if the mileage is too long.


  • 1-2 people $210
  • $25 person each additional person up to 4 (includes lunch


  • $40 per person with 5+ people (no lunch)