Add This Amazing Sunrise Hike at Red Rocks to Your Colorado Bucket List
Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado is probably one of the most recognizable destinations in the Centennial State. Originally inhabited by prehistoric dinosaurs, Red Rocks really is a magical place.
Did you know Red Rocks is home to hiking trails that give visitors a great chance to see this venue at sunrise and learn some pretty cool insider info about some of its legendary concerts?
Where is Red Rocks Amphitheater?
Red Rocks Amphitheater is located in Morrison, Colorado, which is in Jefferson County. It is easy to get to from I-70. The Amphitheater offers five different parking lots and has a maximum capacity of 9,545 people.
Great Wildlife Photo Opportunities
While the tour is a gradual and comfortable hike, it does include stairs. Several stairs.
Strollers are not allowed on the trail, but it is friendly to dogs on a leash. Deer and Mule deer will photobomb frequently, so if you are looking for wildlife photos this early morning hike is a great choice.
How Much Does This Red Rocks Tour Cost?
Just so we're clear, you can visit Red Rocks Park for free and hike this trail by yourself during park hours at any time. Taking the guided tour is a chance to walk through a once-prehistoric environment while the guides share the history of the venue and some great stories about legendary concerts that have taken place there. It's $45 per person including breakfast.
Scroll on to check out some photos from the hike and to find the link for the guided tours.