Best Hot Air Balloon Rides in Denver

We have compiled a list of the best hot air balloon ride companies in Denver, CO -- backed by data. Browse through the list and find the best match for you. If you know a company that should be on the list, let us know!

Rocky Mountain Hot Air
0 /5 H.A.F. Rating
Google
4.6/5 (17 reviews)
Trip Advisor
5/5 (37 reviews)
Yelp
5/5 (7 reviews)
Rocky Mountain Balloon Rides
0 /5 H.A.F. Rating
Google
4.9/5 (36 reviews)
Trip Advisor
5/5 (14 reviews)
Facebook
5/5 (3 reviews)

Hot Air Balloon Companies in Denver

Rocky Mountain Hot Air

Rocky Mountain Hot Air, LLC., is your Colorado connection for hot air balloon rides, flight instruction,  FAA certified service and repair, and ballooning information. They carry a full line of inflation fans and cages, propellers, and Honda engines. They also specialize in solving those unique customer needs for a particular "one-off" part or piece of equipment.

Rocky Mountain Hot Air offers hot air balloon rides in the Colorado area, and travel to many hot air ballooning events across the country, and around the globe. Their "home" field is the Chatfield State Park and Recreation Area, in southwest Denver, but they will fly just about any location on request.

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Rocky Mountain Balloon Rides

Rocky Mountain Balloon Rides is centrally located between Denver and Rocky Mountain National Park, in north Boulder County. They fly close to mountains, lakes, rivers and wildlife. The 14,259 ft. Long’s Peak of Rocky Mountain National Park is just to the west. Many guests plan a day trip to Rocky Mountain National Park after their flight because of our close proximity to the park.

Rocky Mountain Balloon Rides typically launches next to the St. Vrain River and when they soar into the sky you will see that there are actually well over a hundred bodies of water nearby. Farming and agriculture in this area have long been supported by the abundant water flowing out of the mountains. On your flight you will likely get a glimpse of wildlife. The birds of prey are often perched on branches in big old trees that are near the water.

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