One of the most breathtaking road tours you'll ever take is the Trail Ridge Road through Rocky Mountain National Park. Have your US Coachways limousine pick you up in Grand Fork, Colorado. This trip is not for one of our 40-passenger limos; a ten-passenger limousine will be perfect. Some of these mountain road have serious switch-backs and our longer stretch limousines can't make the turns easily, so choose a Cadillac or Mercedes and prepare for the most spectacular cruise of your life.
Before you begin your 3-4 hour limo cruise, it's a good idea to have a hearty breakfast and The Bears Den at 612 Grand Avenue in Grand Lake is a fine place to get one. No, you can't get a bear steak with your eggs but you can order from an otherwise extensive breakfast menu featuring fluffy omelets and genuine goldminer-style flapjacks. Be sure to visit the facilities before the limousine arrives; it will be a while before you get another chance for a comfort stop. Then it's off to see the rooftop of the Rockies!
Choosing to take this spectacular highway in the luxurious care of a professional limousine driver is an excellent idea. The views are utterly breathtaking and you wouldn't want to miss a moment of it. Navigating Trail Ridge Road takes some serious attention; leaving it up to US Coachways is simply a brilliant choice. Along this route you will marvel at ancient, glacier-carved peaks and steep overlooks. Watch carefully for the elk, caribou and bighorn sheep that live in the park. Touring by limo is so wonderful, you may wish the ride could go on forever. But, you'll be in Estes Park just in time for lunch at The Grubsteak. Located at 134 West Elkhorn Avenue, The Grubsteak serves the best Rocky Mountain cuisine in the area. After lunch, ask your driver to take you by the historic Stanley Hotel at the top of Wonderview Avenue. Stephen King fans will be delighted to see where he lived while writing The Shining .
A leisurely cappuccino at the Starbucks nearby and then climb back into you waiting limousine for the cruise back to Grand Lake just in time to see a magnificent Rocky Mountain orange-and-purple sunset. What a day-- what a day, indeed.