Answers to all your important Colorado National Park vacation questions about wildlife viewing, pets in the park, what to pack and park logistics.
After many trips to Colorado's national parks and monuments, our editor has created a list of her favorite things to bring along.
Dogs are prohibited on all trails and in the backcountry. Leashed dog are allowed at parking lots, roadside areas, picnic areas, and campgrounds.
What it is really like to live and work in RMNP? Peek inside the typical days of park rangers, stable managers, volunteers, and outdoor business owners.
Want to take in the sweeping beauty of Longs Peak or the awe-inspiring view of Painted Wall? Here are the many options for national park entrance fees.
Thunderstorms storms in the park have caused injury and even death. Read our tips for staying safe from lightening when hiking in high altitude.
Rocky Mountain National Park starts at the already-lofty elevation of 7,840 feet and extends all the way up to 14,259 feet at the summit of Longs Peak.
How do you pack for a place where temperatures can fluctuate 35 degrees in one day? Here are the top 14 items to bring to the park.
The road connects east amd west sides of the park and is open from the end of May through October, weather permitting.
Head for northeast Colorado. The park is flanked by Estes Park on the east and Grand Lake on the west.
To access the park, there are four entrances, three on the park’s east side and one on the west. Here's how to pick your approach