Guided Tours

Guided tours of Corral Bluffs schedule is below. Email to reserve your place. About 25 people will be allowed each time.

April 7th 9am meeting time
May 5th 9am meeting time
June 2nd 9 am meeting time
July 7th 9 am meeting time
Aug 4th 9 am meeting time
Sept 8th 9 am meeting time
Oct 6th 9 am meeting time

Generally, if it’s precipitating, below 40º or there are gale-like winds, the tour will be rescheduled for the following Saturday. If the weather seems questionnable, please check this site the morning of the tour.

Meet at the parking lot directly west of the Loaf N Jug at 6857 Space Village Avenue -- just south of Platte Ave. near the intersection of Space Village Ave. and Peterson Rd. and we'll carpool from there. See map below.

Each person will be required to complete two liability waivers, which you'll be emailed after you make your reservation and about a week before the hike.

Click here to see more tour and event photos

Please wear:
- comfortable walking shoes with good tread. No open-toed shoes, sandals or clogs.
- long pants to protect your legs. Gaiters too, if you already have them. Dress in layers.
- sunscreen and/or a hat
- mosquito repellent, if you'd like. There may be a few mosquitos.

Please bring:
- drinking water
- bee sting medication, if you're allergic to bee stings
- snacks for yourself, if you'd like.
- binoculars, camera and walking stick, if you'd like.

No dogs allowed and no smoking. 

Like other natural areas in Colorado, there are rattlesnakes. 

Please allow 3.5 to 4 hours total for the tour, including the drive to and from Corral Bluffs. The hike is an easy walk of about 2.5 miles. We'll stop occasionally to rest and talk about what we see. 

Please remember, Corral Bluffs is not yet open to the public, except through guided tours. Click here to see a narrated slide show of a Corral Bluffs tour produced by KRCC. Experts are currently conducting studies of the paleontology, archaeology, geology, flora and fauna on the 522 acre parcel purchased by the City. Then there will be a public master planning process to determine public access, trails, etc. We encourage your participation in the master planning meetings and will give notice of their dates and times as they become available.

Special tours are available for groups of ten or more. If your group or organization is interested in a special tour, email to schedule a date.