denver fall activities - Mile High Wine Tours
There’s already a chill in the air and we all know what that means! The fall season has finally arrived and we are going to share with you some exciting Denver fall activities you can go to. Some of you may want to plan a romantic weekend with your special someone, a wholesome activity for the family, and even check out free events around the city. Here’s a handy guide to help find the perfect activity in Denver in the coming season.

Exciting Denver Fall Activities To Watch Out For



  • Mountain Winefest

    September 15th to 17th is this year’s 27th Annual Colorado Mountain Winefest, at the Riverbend Park in Palisade. Colorado’s largest and oldest wine festival featuring dozens of Colorado wineries was voted as the Best Wine Festival in the U.S. As Colorado’s oldest and most prestigious winefest, you’ll never run out of your favorite and save some for the road.

    Though Mile High Wine Tours’ tickets featuring an all-inclusive wine festival package have been fully booked, you may still go out and enjoy the festivities. See you there!


  • For the Fall Color Photo Enthusiasts

    Witness Colorado’s stunning foliage and fall color change throughout the state. Come, and pack up your camera gears to capture the beautiful fall colors of Colorado. Definitely, plan your road trip ahead of time before a lot of tourists ascend the mountains. The ideal time to visit will be mid-September. Aspens on the mountain are not in full color yet but with the overnight temperature in the 30’s the locals say peak will definitely come earlier this year.

    Check your local guides first for more info.


  • National Hispanic Heritage Month

    September 15th to October 15th will be the National Hispanic Heritage Month. Celebrating the histories, cultures, and contributions of American citizens who descends from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central, and South America. Take part in the culture and heritage, as well as to share and enjoy the community.


  • Strudelfest 2018

    Oktoberfest is nearly upon us and on the second week of September, from the 12th up to October 22nd, there is going to be a celebration featuring Strudel, the official dessert of OktoberFest. Sample new and delightful varieties and flavors plus you’ll get to enjoy lively music over the weekend too. Check out the event here!


  • Dining for a Worthy Cause, definitely one of the exciting Denver fall activities to look out for

    Fill a Plate for Hunger is happening on the 13th of September 2018. This activity aims to distribute food to people in need rather than wasting and throwing it in the landfill. Donations start at $50 dollars. Plus you’ll get to taste world-class meals from many of Denver’s best chefs. More details on their website here.


  • Deep Roots Winery and Bistro Fundraiser Benefiting the American Heart Association

    Make sure to instantly purchase your tickets for Deep Roots Winery and Bistro’s Pour Your Heart Out: A Celebration For Rudy fundraiser event. The event is on September 19, to honor their brother Rudy. They are located at 1516 Wazee Street Suite A, Denver, and tickets are priced at $100, all inclusive of unlimited wine tastings and appetizers from 6:00-8:00 p.m., as well as live music, a photo booth, raffle prizes and more. Twenty-five percent of the tickets’ proceeds and bottle sales will directly be donated to the American Heart Association. For more details, check out this link.


These are just some of the activities happening in the fall, we’ll share more soon as the season progresses. Meanwhile, fall is the perfect time to stock up on your reds, whites and even rose’ wines. Much better if you get to spend a wine tasting tour with Denver’s best wine tour straightaway! Mile High Wine Tour has the perfect fall tour packages available for you and your loved ones, check out our tours here. Book a tour with us and we’ll treat your palate with Denver’s best wines from the finest urban winery! See you soon.

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