Colorado Beer Tour Giveaway

Win a Free Active Beer Tour to Colorado

Thank you for participating in our Colorado Hike, Bike & Beer Giveaway.                        Congratulations to Jamie Morgan for winning our giveaway!

On this Active Beer Adventure, you’ll get daily exercise by enjoying some of Colorado’s finest biking and hiking trails in the mornings and afternoons, then settle into a cozy brewpub for some conversation, excellent local micro brews and food each evening. We visit the Colorado towns of Boulder, Fort Collins, Estes Park and Denver – each of which has its own distinct flavor and flair. You’ll have the chance to hike through the iconic Rocky Mountain National Park, visit multiple local breweries, and experience Colorado’s Great American Beer Festival (the largest consumer beer festival in the United States)!

For more detail on this tour visit: Colorado Beer Adventure


  1. The free tour giveaway application period will run from May 1-31, 2012.
  2. To enter you must be a U.S resident aged 21 or over as of June 15, 2012.
  3. Only one entry per person.
  4. Winner will be announced June 12, 2012.
  5. Prize includes one round-trip airfare to the tour location from anywhere in the US and one free spot on Zephyr Adventures’ Colorado Hike, Bike, Beer & Brewpubs Adventure that runs Oct 8-12, 2012 and includes lodging, most meals, activities, brewery visits, guides, and local transportation.
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What to Expect On This Trip

As on all of our adventures, we want to ensure that you have the best experience possible – which is why we like to set expectations appropriately for every trip.

Alaska is one expensive place! On average, it is 20% higher in all costs compared to other parts of the US and the price of this tour reflects that. Given this information though, the last trip we ran in Alaska was rated a 4.5 out of 5
(5 = outstanding) in “Value for Money.”

Alaska is also one wild place! It is quite possible to see a moose as you roll along the trail, or a bear in the road as you walk to dinner. Even though we spend our time in the most populated areas of Alaska, wildlife sightings are common (although actual encounters are rare). We take precautions to make sure you remain as safe as possible while out and about. Our guides are trained to minimize our risks.

Alaska is also one wet place! Weather is one element out of our control and Alaska is well-known for its wet climate. You should be prepared to have moments of skating or biking on wet pavement. Fortunately, the mountains continually cycle the air and the rain usually doesn’t last all day. Since our trip dates near the solstice, the days are very long, allowing us to adjust our schedule as necessary by delaying our trail activities until things are drier. If we absolutely are not able to skate or bike, there are plenty of other fun things to do!