The timed-entry permit system has resumed and Trail Ridge Road has opened.
You definitely won't be bored on your visit to Rocky Mountain National Park as there are so many things to see and do.
Rocky Mountain National Park is best experienced on foot;
allowing you to slow down, see the details, hear the sounds, and experience the
fragrances that you would otherwise miss...
If you love to get away from it all with a pack on your back, then Rocky Mountain National Park is a great place to do it. Hike deep into the mountains and experience nature.
If you want to enjoy Rocky Mountain National Park from the comfort of your car, then be sure to check out these truly memorable scenic drives in the national park and the surrounding area.
Almost any day of the year you are likely to see some of the park residents out and about. Learn about these park inhabitants as well as where and when you are most likely to spot them.
Picnicking is a great way to spend time in nature. However, there are a few things to consider before packing your red and white checkered table cloth into a wicker basket. Read on to learn more.
When traveling with children it's important to know that there is something that they will enjoy. Fortunately, that is not a problem in Rocky with activities to keep them busy all day long.
Don't miss out on the park's many ranger programs. Whether you are a small child or a grown adult, these programs are designed to entertain and educate. They are certain to be a highlight of your trip...
Don't forget your camera. There is a lot to photograph in Rocky Mountain National Park, so much so that you could spend your an entire lifetime making photos in and around this gorgeous area.
Experiencing the park with the assistance of a guide is a great way to see another side of Rocky. Learn to climb, fly fish, photograph, backcountry ski, understand wildlife, or explore the park by horseback...
Even though there is so much to do in the National Park, you may want to spend some time in the surrounding area, enjoying shopping, boating, white water rafting, bicycling, and so much more. (External Link)
Winter in Rocky Mountain National Park opens up a whole different set of activities and ways to enjoy the park from sledding and winter hikes to snowshoeing, skiing and even ice climbing.