Frequently Asked Questions: Mountain High Jeep Rentals
What does it take to Off-Road in Colorado?
Common sense, patience and a Jeep.
What do we need to provide?
Plenty of water, additional clothing e.g. sweater, coat, jeans, snacks & lunch.
What information do I need when I come rent a Jeep?
You will need a current valid driver’s license, your full coverage insurance card, a major credit card (not American Express)
What happens if I damage a Jeep?
While the Jeep is rented to you, it is basically your vehicle. You will be responsible to pay for any damage that is done to the vehicle while in your possession.
Is there a chance of me getting lost?
You should have no problem if you stay on the trail. The trails are easy to find and are marked well. You must stay on the trail, not only for your safety, but it is also against the law, and you can be fined. Our guidebooks are very detailed and with those directions you should have nothing to worry about.
Where can we go?
Most of Colorado is public land. You can travel over the Continental Divide dozens of ways on 250 year old trails.
What is the Continental Divide?
This is an imaginary line that runs along the top of the mountains and divides the east from the west in north America. East of the Continental Divide the rivers flow east. West of the Divide they flow west.
Do your renters incur damages to the Jeeps or themselves very often?
No, we have experienced less than 3% damage to the Jeeps and no one has been injured to date.
What does your company enable us to experience that we couldn’t otherwise?
Solitude, Adventure, Uniqueness, Beauty, History, i.e. Awe of the Off-Road experience in Colorado at your own pace.