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Rocky Mountain Balloon Rides


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We fly close to mountains, lakes, rivers and wildlife. The 14,259 ft. Long’s Peak of Rocky Mountain National Park is just to the west. Many guests plan a day trip to Rocky Mountain National Park after their flight because of our close proximity to the park. We typically launch next to the St. Vrain River and when we soar into the sky you will see that there are actually well over a hundred bodies of water nearby. Farming and agriculture in this area have long been supported by the abundant water flowing out of the mountains. We like flying here because we are both close to the mountains and where there is water, there is wildlife. The birds of prey are often perched on branches in big old trees that are near the water. As we gently float down and glide above the water and tree tops, you can hear the wildlife getting louder as you breathe in the crisp morning air on your majestic flight.

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