Narrated Driving Tour Apps by GyPSy Guide

Listen to an entertaining guide that automatically tells you stories about where you are while you drive.
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GyPSy Guide tour of Rocky Mountain National Park

Tour Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park

Wish you had a guide while touring Rocky Mountain National Park? Download the GyPSy Guide App.

"We recognized that travelers preferred to set their own pace and itinerary, but still enjoyed a fun, informative and educational guided experience” says Rick Bulich of GyPSy Guide. "That became our inspiration. How do we recreate that experience for people who want remain independent and self tour in their own vehicle?"

The narrated driving tour app uses your device's location service to automatically play entertaining commentary about the behind-the-scenes stories, historical events and notable geologic formations as you drive. In doing so, it tells you about upcoming sights, so you have time to make an informed decision as to whether you want to stop. Because the app relies on your phones GPS signal, not cell towers, no cell, network or WiFi is required while touring.

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