Royal Gorge Bridge And Park

4218 Fremont County Road 3A
719-275-7507

The Royal Gorge Bridge and Park is a one-of-a-kind place for your family and friends to make memories that will last a lifetime! More than 360 acres and 21 rides, shows and attractions for you to explore. Experience the awe-inspiring panoramic views of the Gorge from the world's highest Suspension Bridge that hangs 1,053 feet high and spans a quarter mile across the canyon! Take a ride on the world's longest single-span Aerial Tram or the steepest Incline Railway on the planet. Or if you're seeking a real thrill, fly over the Gorge on the Royal Rush Skycoaster®.

Children young and old alike will love our antique carousel, the Silver Rock Railway, petting zoo with burro rides and our new Wapiti Western Wildlife Park® with white American Bison, Big Horn Sheep and Rocky Mountain Elk.

Everyone will enjoy our Plaza Theatre with historical display, great gift shops and restaurants. Outdoor lovers will enjoy the opportunity to camp, hike and bike the breathtaking scenic trails.

A journey across the Royal Gorge Bridge is undoubtedly the high point of any Colorado vacation. And one you'll want to experience again and again.



Reviews

BiocleanSystems

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Tuesday, June 26, 2018
We had a good time! I was here 20 years ago and was sad to see that it all burned down in 2013. But they did a heck of a job rebuilding. I thought we might only be here a couple hours and we ended up being there for almost the whole day. Lots of rides and attractions to see. And I thought the gift shop was full of things I would actually want to wear or buy and not the usual touristy items. My kids were especially fascinated with the huge number of hummingbirds which they make a lot of efforts to feed. Highly recommended!

Brandon Ashbee

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Monday, July 9, 2018
Incredible place. The view here is stunning, even for colorado standards. We walked across the foot bridge and loved looking down at the river below to watch the train pass by and see the white water rafters. The playground on the far side of the gorge is great for younger kids. My family rode back across by the gondola while I rode the zip line across the gorge. The zip line was incredible and I was very securely strapped in so I felt totally comfortable on it. Highly recommend anybody to do the zip line.

Salvador Tijerina Jr.

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Thursday, May 31, 2018
This place is a must see in Colorado. Very beautiful scenery, one of the highest elevation bridges in the world. They have gondolas that take you across the gorge, very nice!! Also, they have zip lining across it as well for you daredevils that would like to try that. Be prepared to walk up and down and bring gum for your ears. Very beautiful, must see. They have all the States flags on the bridge so you could take pictures with your flag from wherever you may be in the U.S.

Jason P Cargill

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Thursday, May 31, 2018
This is a must see if visiting Colorado in my opinion. The scenery was beautiful. We were lucky enough to visit before all the vacationers and schools let out for the summer. It was not overly crowded, so that probably made the trip here a little more pleasant. We took the trolley over to the other side of the gorge and walked back across the bridge. We got a tip from someone else to do that because walking the bridge first then taking the trolley is a lot of uphill walking. The trolley was well worth it. You get to see the entirety of the bridge, along with the gorge from a distance. There is a short film about this area as well in the theater that I would recommend watching. The winds were very strong while walking on the bridge.

Jason Maynard

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Thursday, June 21, 2018
This place has more then just the bridge. Its pretty pricey like most attractions are these days, but its pretty nice. I would say this is the kind of place where you go when you want to go somewhere and just kinda chill. The chill part comes after waiting for the cable car and riding it across to the other side just to walk back across the bridge to the starting area. I felt it was pretty pricey for the attraction so when you go there, be sure to stop by and check out everything there to kinda get that feel that you've got your moneys worth otherwise you'd be generally paying to ride a cable car and walk across a bridge. Check everything out.

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