Summit a 14,000-foot peak, bike Trail Ridge Road or tackle a snowy trail in this iconic mountain park.
Here are ways to experience the canyon from the top at the rims to the river at the bottom.
This stunning hike will take you past three picturesque alpine lakes: Nymph, Dream and Emerald.
Waterfalls, mountain ranges, glaciers, lakes, rivers, and meadows, are all just a few of the natural wonders inside Rocky Mountain National Park and surrounding regions.
If you are a rock hound and love unusual rock formations, then the Lumpy Ridge is for you. Even the name "Lumpy" delivers on the oddities that you will discover.
This seasonal road is striking and well-worth driving.
From May 27 and October 10, 2022, Rocky Mountain National Park has a reservation system. Don’t show up to the park during reservation hours without a reservation.
It's not a walk in the park.
How do you pack for Rocky Mountain National Park, a place where temperatures can fluctuate 35 degrees in one day? Here are the top 16 items to bring to the park.
Alamosa is known for its gorgeous location. Nestled in the San Luis Valley along the Rio Grande, its proximity to the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve makes it an ideal tourist destination. For the hungry tourist, there is another gem right in town - Locavores, a farm fresh experience hoping to enhance Alamosa’s culinary reputation.
That depends on how you like to camp.
Spanning the Continental Divide, Rocky Mountain National Park stretches across 265,770 acres filled with alpine lakes, the headwaters of the Colorado River and dozens of peaks that reach 12,000 feet and higher. To access the park, there are four entrances, three on the park’s east side and one on the west. To make the most of your time in Rocky Mountain National Park, choose the entrance that will give you the best access to the sights you want to see and experience.
Seeing wildlife in Colorado's national parks evokes a rush of excitement so great it's hard to remember there isn't a piece of glass between you and the animals. Home to thousands of elk, mule deer, moose, marmots, bighorn sheep and the occasional black bear, it's not uncommon to see wildlife in the parks.
Here's everything you need to know about the national parks reopening.
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The first female superintendent of Rocky Mountain National Park tackles how to manage the park’s large increases in visitation while trying to protect it.