Join us as we experience the best of the best adventures Colorado has to offer!  Escape the city heat to the cool mountain air. We have planned a very adventurous week with plenty of social opportunities to connect with other professional couples in a relaxed environment.  

Rush the rapids whitewater rafting; horseback up to pristine mountain lakes; mountain bike some of the best single-track trails in the state; jeep over spectacular mountain passes; zip line across a canyon; challenge yourself on one of the biggest ropes courses in the U.S. and rejuvenate your soul with a well-deserved spa treatment.

Our resort is nestled at the base of two 14,000 ft peaks, Mt Princeton and Mt Antero, in the collegiate peaks region in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.  First established in 1879, now with modern creekside suites, log cabins, relaxation pools, cascading Japanese style hot spring pools and a world-class spa.  100% natural and uniquely odorless hot springs.



Downtown Denver Hotel (1 Night)
Resort Lodging (4 Nights)

Food & Beverage

Welcome Dinner & Social
Panoramic Picnic
Resort Cocktail Reception
Dine-Around (Historic Mountain Town)*
Riverside Dinner (Final Night)
Après Adventure Party (Heavy Appetizers)
Hot Breakfast Buffet (1)
Light Breakfasts (4)
Dessert Social
Lunch – Some Activities*

Adventure Options – Choice of 3 Half-Day Activities*

Other Activities & Highlights

Red Rocks Amphitheatre Tour – Venue, Performers Hall of Fame, Colorado Music Hall of Fame

Private Sunset/Stargazing Pool Party

Organized Evening Activities
St. Elmo Ghost Town – One of Colorado’s best preserved ghost towns.
Hot Springs Pool Pass – Inclusive of Resort Stay.
Resort Bikes and other Resort Recreation Activities.
Departure Day Option – U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum (Flights after 3:30 PM or overnight) 


Trip Transfers – To Resort, Adventures, Off-Site Events, Shopping and Return Airport Transfer


Adventure Descriptions

Whitewater Rafting

Join us for this super fun group adventure!  The Arkansas river offers many great sections for whitewater rafting for all levels with Class II-V rapids.  The valley boasts spectacular views of the 14,000 ft Collegiate Peaks.  Includes a box lunch afterwards.  Each raft includes a professional guide, instruction, and all safety equipment.  This adventure will be offered on multiple days.

Rafters get splashed as they go through some big rapids on the Karnali river in Nepal
Rafting Options – Choose from the following:

Browns Canyon – Class II, III (beginner, intermediate)

The Numbers – Class IV (advanced rafters, must be in good health)

Bighorn Sheep Canyon – Class II, III (beginner, intermediate; note: travel time = 1 hr to launch; 1.5 hrs return)

Royal Gorge – Class IV, V (advanced rafters, must be in good health; note: travel time = 1 hr 20 min to launch; 1 hr 40 min return)


This is a classic Colorado adventure high in the Rockies.  Four riders per 4X4, 3 minimum is required.  Your professional guide will tailor your experience to the group’s request.  You decide – stunning mountain passes, high alpine lakes, abandoned mines, aspen groves, meadows, and even stop for a yummy lunch.  Tour itinerary will be determined on-site.


The Arkansas Valley has one of the best trail systems in the state – single track, rock gardens, great views, challenging climbs, and rewarding descents.  This adventure is for all level and is self-guided with the group.  Maps are provided and trails are well-marked.  There is something for every rider level.  This activity will be offered two different days – Salida and Buena Vista.  Carbon bikes are fitted to each rider.  Ride just few hours or the entire day.  A full-day rental and helmet is included.  On both days the elevation is approximately 9500 feet at the summit.  Grab lunch and beverage in town after your challenging ride. Upgrade to an electric mountain bike to help with those climbs.  Includes a bag lunch for the trail.



Chalk Cliffs (Intermediate)


Brown’s Creek Waterfall (Beginner to Intermediate)


Ptarmigan Lake (Intermediate to Advanced)


If this is something you’ve always wanted to try this is your chance!  This tour is a true Colorado eco-adventure.  Not only will you experience heart-pounding, leg-shaking thrills as you soar across an ancient canyon, but you’ll learn about the history, flora and fauna of this beautiful, fascinating area.

Interpretation of ecology, natural history, and geology of the


The Canyon Challenge Course is an amazing aerial course tucked into Lost Canyon.  Surrounded by rugged and colorful limestone cliffs.  This course in one of the largest in the United States.  It consists of more than 120 interconnected “challenging elements” including swinging bridges, cargo nets, balance beams, tunnels and more.  The elements are broken into 9 courses; each one consisting of 8-13 elements and are graded much like ski runs (beginner to double-diamond).  Note: This is one of the coolest and challenging courses we’ve seen.


Treat yourself to a much-needed spa treatment.  Choose from Deep Tissue, Swedish, Hot Stone, Sports, Facials, and many others.  Most treatments have an upcharge ranging from – $0 to $180 depending on your selection.  If this is not one of three your adventure selections, we can help you make an appointment for after our morning adventures.  Individual pays on own.

US Olympic & Paralympic Museum – Departure Day Option

This beautiful state of the art interactive museum opened in 2020.   This carefully curated collection of every Olympic medal and torch.  Try your luck at hands-on interactive Olympic sports at the history of the Olympic spirit.  Even see the original Miracle on Ice scoreboard.  Finishing off with a movie that will have you reaching for tissue!  This private tour will give the insight and stories you wouldn’t get on your own.  Flights after 4:00 PM or overnight.  Private Tour & Admission: $40, pay onsite.


Mt. Princeton Hot Springs Resort – An Expansive 70 Acre Resort, Established in 1879.

Creekside Suites – Gas fireplace (most units), creekside balcony/patio, mini fridge, Keurig coffee maker.
Log Cabins – Rustic at heart, gas fireplace, deck, mini fridge, Keurig coffee maker.
Dining Options – Bar, steakhouse, food truck, spa lite fare and convivence store.
Pools – Relaxation pool (adults only), Japanese style cascading pools, infinity pool, water slide, soak creekside.
Activities – Resort bikes, tennis, horseshoes, basketball, and shuffleboard.
Yoga & Fitness Classes
Sauna & Steam Room
Juice Bar
On-Site Spa

Resort Photos

Need to Know Details


* LODGING NOTES: The resort room type is not guaranteed. In most cases, requests are fulfilled, but it is possible that we may need to change your room type (i.e. Cabin Private Room to a Creekside Suite Private Room, etc). In the event we do have to change your room type, any difference in price will be credited back at that time.

* ACTIVITIES NOTES: Selections are not guaranteed.  In most cases, requests are fulfilled.  We will do our very best to accommodate your requests.  Some activities have a required minimum number of participants.  Activities may only be offered on certain days and may conflict with one of your other requests.  Other factors may include weather conditions, trail/river conditions, supplier issues, etc.  Half-day tours duration varies from 2 to 4+ hours depending on the activity.

* DINE-AROUNDS: Includes carefully curated restaurants, organization, and transportation.  Order off the menu.  Food and beverage costs are on own.