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we were bussed out to the red rocks for a mindfullness and athletic morning to kickstart out 2nd day at our north american wide conference. We got to explore the grounds and take pictures truly a cool experience.
Red Rocks Ampitheater offers so much more than simply an outdoor venue. The beauty that surrounds and encompasses the space will blow your mind. My family lives in Colorado and to be frank - even though I have been here at least a dozen times,...More
The visitors’ center catalogs all the acts to have played at Red Rocks. I found the memorabilia from past concerts very interesting. Access to the Amphitheatre is free on days with no concerts scheduled. Many people were exercising, walking their dogs and climbing the stairs...More
What's not to love?!!! There is no other concert venue with this kind of ambiance, lighting or setting in God's country. Wow wow wow!! My husband and I are already looking at the 2019 schedule to try and get to another one.
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My mother used to talk about John Denver performing at Red Rocks in an almost spiritual way and I'd always been curious to go see the place for myself. Wow! What an amazing spot! I wasn't lucky enough to see a show there (or go...More
Response from Jgraves700 | Reviewed this property |
Yes! It's only about 20 minutes from the city & will be a nice break. Explore the amphitheater or do one of the fairly easy hikes nearby. There is also an INCREDIBLE museum onsite that is free & shows all the memorabilia... More
Yes! It's only about 20 minutes from the city & will be a nice break. Explore the amphitheater or do one of the fairly easy hikes nearby. There is also an INCREDIBLE museum onsite that is free & shows all the memorabilia from past performers!
Response from SandKfromVa | Reviewed this property |
Agree, check with the venue. I believe all the handicapped parking is at the top. Don’t know if they would allow you down near the loading area. Go early if only to look around. It’s one of the most beautiful places!
Oh yes, coming from sea level it is a huge change. I strongly suggest you leave the alcohol alone and try to arrive in Denver at least one day earlier. Drink a lot of water, gatorade etc to hydrate and give yourself a lot of... More
Oh yes, coming from sea level it is a huge change. I strongly suggest you leave the alcohol alone and try to arrive in Denver at least one day earlier. Drink a lot of water, gatorade etc to hydrate and give yourself a lot of extra time to arrive at the concert venue. No matter where you park you will need to walk uphill for .5km at least and then face hundreds of stairs inside the venue. It is so worth it but be ready to sweat and exert yourself. It is a view from heaven but be smart about your physical condition.
I had to move my trip a week forward to July 10- July14 and I would like to visit the following places,I need advise on the order in which these places need to be visited and where to stay to have less windshield time... RMNP Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre Denver botanical gardens Pikes peak Garden of gods royal gorge bride Maroon bells Aspen
June 25, 2015|
Are you flying into DIA? If yes, what time and date do you arrive (10th) and what date and time do you depart (14th)? Knowing this will help us help you make the most of your short visit. Do you still want to try and go rafting? You will have limited time to do so.
Memorial day weekend Denver area itinerary help (5 Replies)
I am spending 4 full days this coming Memorial day weekend. .the first day is where I am requesting advice on which way to go .I have 2 options -Option 1 drive during peak hour traffic to Manitou Springs .the next day go to Garden of Gods and Pikes Peak and then drive to Boulder Colorado(Pearl street ,tea factory and maybe see the Flatirons if time ) and the day after to R.M.N.P. for 2 and half days . Option 2 drive during peak hour traffic to Golden .the next day drive to Red Rocks park and...More
May 20, 2018|
I am a bit confused. Is the plan to split the time between Golden and Boulder? Overall I'd say if you want to see the mountains, stay in the mountains. If you want to be closer to Denver I'd look at the Evergreen area. If you want more of a quaint mountain town look at Frisco something more touristy look at Breckenridge, more upscale, look at Vail.