What to Bring and Wear
It’s important that you are comfortable on your outdoor adventure. We supply much of what you need, but what you wear and bring is an important consideration in making your day a success. Please consider the following information.
First and foremost, bring a camera! It’s just too gorgeous out there not too!
You should also dress appropriately for the season, keeping in mind that depending on your adventure, you'll be traveling over 12,000 feet. High altitude weather can be fickle, even in the summer. Afternoon thunderstorms are common. For the best comfort, we recommend that you dress in layers so that you can change with the temperature swings.
Here's a list of the other types of clothes you should wear and items to bring along. (Many of these items are important if you want to stop and walk around.)
If you do not have these items or can't bring them with you, don't worry. We have a 4,000 sq ft retail store filled with clothes and other gear.
What to Eat
We always bring water and sodas on our outdoor adventures. As for food, lunch is included if you have booked a full-day trip. If you’ve booked a half-day trip, you have the option of adding lunches for $9 per person. Just call us ahead of time. (If you have the time, we recommended extending your trip to include lunch. It's a great way to spend some time in the outdoors.)
Our lunches are a standard deli lunch, including a ham or turkey sandwich, chips, fruit cups, and a dessert. If you have special dietary considerations, just let us know ahead of time. We’ll do our best to prepare a lunch that meets your needs.
You're also welcome to bring your own food and drink. Discounts are not offerred, however, if you've booked a full-day adventure.