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The Denver Chapter is pleased to offer THREE exciting tours for our Symposium early-bird attendees and their guests! Register and pay now.

Saturday, September 16

Mountain Parks & City Combo Tour

Bus departs hotel lobby at 8 a.m. and returns after 5 p.m. (9 hour tour)
Cost: $100 - does not include lunch
Limit of 55 passengers on this tour.

The best of everything Colorado has to offer in a 9-hour tour! Morning tour stops include: Evergreen, Morrison, Buffalo Bill Cody's gravesite, Lookout Mountain and beautiful Red Rocks Park. Lunch top at the exclusive Cherry Creek shopping district. You'll have 90 minutes to eat and shop. There are numerous choices, from a simple mall food court to Kona Grill, Brio and other unique destinations in Cherry Creek North. After lunch the city tour begins! The afternoon tour includes Cramner Park, City Park, the state capitol, Civic Center Park, the City and County Building, Pepsi Center and a stop at Sports Authority Field (where the Denver Broncos Stadium Store is open for all of your Broncos purchases).

September 1 registration deadline. Register now.

Sunday, September 17

Rocky Mountain National Park

Bus departs hotel lobby at 6 a.m. and returns after 4 p.m. (10-hour tour)
Cost: $150 - includes lunch
Limit of 55 passengers on this tour

Take a trip up I-70 into the beautiful Rocky Mountains.  Take a drive over Berthoud Pass (which is a white-knuckle drive in the winter, but glorious in summer and early fall) and into gorgeous Grand Lake.  A buffet lunch is included in the tour at Grand Lake Lodge (overlooking Grand Lake).  After lunch, the tour continues into Rocky Mountain National Park up over Trail Ridge Road (the highest continuously paved road in North America) and into Estes Park.  We have asked for a special photo stop at the history Stanley Hotel, the inspiration for the movie The Shining.  Depart Estes Park into beautiful Boulder, Colorado and then back into Denver.

SPECIAL NOTE:  Anyone taking this tour should be prepared with a jacket, hat and gloves.  The temperatures can range in the 70’s and 80’s in town during the day to SNOW in Rocky Mountain National Park.  It is definitely going to be cool in the park, so please be prepared.

ALSO:  We will supply some water bottles, but participants are encouraged to bring a water bottle with them and refill it regularly along the tour.  Hydration is key to avoiding altitude sickness during their stay in Colorado!!

September 1 registration deadline. Register now.

Colorado Rockies Game

1:10 p.m. game time (field is a 1-mile walk from Hyatt Regency)
Cost: $27
Colorado Rockies Vs. San Diego Padres
20 tickets have been reserved for the group
Tickets are in section 145 on the lower level; third base line

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