Go for the Gold

Go for the Gold
Take a Ride Through History...

"It is the condensation of all that is beautiful, stupendous, rugged and grand in the majestic RockiesÖ to omit this trip would be an injustice to Colorado and an everlasting regret to yourself."

--From a brochure about the Gold Camp Road written at the turn of the century. Theodore Roosevelt described the Gold Camp Road's beauty as "bankrupting the English language."

Go for the Gold

This ride is best suited for large groups who want an easy downhill ride. It offers great vistas of Colorado Springs, Cheyenne Canyon, and the eastern plains of Colorado. The 17 mile ride, starting at St. Peters Dome, follows the Gold Camp Road, an old railroad bed used for transporting gold at the turn of the century, from Cripple Creek to Colorado Springs. From St. Peters Dome we will begin our descent through beautiful Aspen and pine forests, old railroad tunnels and rock formations that truly do "bankrupt the English language." The road is gravel, which at times can be loose. By most people's mountain bike standards this ride would be considered "easy." To do this entire ride we need four hours. It is easy to shorten to a three hour ride, depending upon the needs of the group.

Go for the Gold

Group Size: 4 to 100

Rating:  Easy, great for any size group. More elaborate picnics or barbecues can be arranged with prior notice.

Time:  Go for the Gold is a guided tour that departs everyday at 9:00 a.m. unless other arrangements have been made. Returning approximately 1:00 p.m.

$80.00 per person
$75.00 four or more
$70.00 for groups of 15 or more

Price Includes:
All transportation, Jamis mountain bikes, all with advanced mega-nine LX rapid fire shifting, Rock Shock front suspension forks, disc brakes and 27 speeds, all weather gear, water bottles, sag support, experienced mountain bike guides, permits, and light refreshments.


The Prospector

This ride is the same as Go For the Gold except that it is self-guided. We only recommend self-guided trips to people who have some mountain biking experience. The good thing about this trip is you can pace yourself, go as slowly or as fast as you want and you don't have to worry about the other folks.

Rating:  Easy.

Time:  9:00 a.m.
Return is up to the individuals going on the ride. Time is usually between 2-3 hours or take longer if needed!

$70.00 per person
$65.00 four or more
$60.00 for groups of 15 and more

Price Includes:
Mountain Bikes, helmets, water, weather gear, tool kit, transportation, and a map to get you back to the office.

All tours must be booked in advance. No walk ins

Rent a GoPro camera $50.00, plus $10.00 for disk, if you donít have one! Reserve when booking your tour!