- A motorcycle tour around Winter Park provides breathtaking views
- Travel over Corona Pass for truly spectacular scenery
- Drive from Fraser to Hot Sulphur Springs for a 25-mile Rocky Mountain tour
- Follow the Colorado River on the Colorado River Scenic Byway
- Take the scenic route through Rocky Mountain National Park
A great way to experience the Winter Park area is by motorcycle. With the feel of the wind as you soar over tall mountain passes, you’ll understand why so many are addicted to the biker lifestyle in this state. Colorado is home to the highest average altitude in the country with 56 peaks over 14,000 feet, making it a prime place to ride with numerous well-paved, winding mountain roads and breathtaking vistas around ever corner.
Where to go on Motorcycle Tours
- Moffat Road
Starting in Winter Park, go east on US Highway 40 to drive along the old rail route, past abandoned towns and over Corona (or Rollins) Pass. You’ll be traveling an unpaved road, mostly former roadbed of the rail line belonging to the Denver/Salt Lake Railway. Find breathtaking views, abundant wildflowers and plenty of outdoor recreation.
- Church Park Road
From Fraser, Colorado you can embark on a scenic drive through some spectacular canyons, past large ranches and colorful aspen groves. This road takes you between Fraser and Hot Sulphur Springs for a 50-mile roundtrip tour of the Rockies.
- Berthoud Pass
Between Grand County and Clear Creek County in Colorado, the drive over Berthoud Pass takes you above sea level to a glorious 11,315 feet. It’s a challenging ride for motorcycles because of the many switchbacks, but it’s definitely worth the effort.
- Colorado River Scenic Byway
From the headwaters of the Colorado River in Rocky Mountain National Park to State Bridge you will marvel at the stunning views. Following the Colorado River, this scenic 2-hour trip is something not to miss, including a stop at Inspiration Point.
- Trail Ridge Road
When so close, no one should miss this famous scenic drive through Rocky Mountain National Park. It’s about 2 hours to drive from Winter Park to Estes Park on the east side of the national park. Magnificent scenery awaits!
Guided Tours & Rentals
To get a truly amazing motorcycle tour of the Rockies, no matter if for a single day or a multi-day tour, browse the providers below to find the perfect tour guide for you.