Photo Credit: Three Rivers Resort & Outfitting
With the help of the great folks at the Colorado Tourism Office, we have run across some extremely fun ways that groups and individuals can enjoy an activity combined with cuisine or cocktails. Some require participants to put out some energy for the reward, while others simply involve sitting back and enjoying the ride.
From March through October, take a Colorado Jeep Tour through the historic gold mining towns of Victor and Cripple Creek. What makes this tour unique is ending at the local Winery at Holy Cross Abbey for a wine tour and tasting. Kids can take part with juice, fruit and cheese.
Take a scenic raft ride in the Rocky Mountains with Three Rivers Resort & Outfitting on a Dinner Float Trip that traverses the Gunnison River to Garlic Mike’s, an Italian riverfront restaurant that has Colorado cheese, microbrews and spirits on the menu.
Find inner peace at Happy Hour Yoga every Monday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Durango at Ska Brewing Co., a local brewery since 1995. Enjoy a free pint of beer after class.
Based in Fort Collins, Beer and Bike Tours offers the chance to experience Fort Collins, Boulder, Denver, Rocky Mountain National Park and beyond. Beer & Bike Tours also offers a Fort Collins walking tour and rootbeer and bike family tours.
Experience the local farm culture by taking a private, group or electric bike ride through Boulder with Awestruck Outdoors. Awestruck also offers a Thursday Night Bike to Farm Tour. End both tours at one of the local farms and feast on fresh farm grown salad, dessert or if you end at Lonehawk Farm, Southern inspired fare like fried green tomatoes or fruit cobbler. Snowshoeing to the farms is also an option in the winter months.