Webcams in Rocky Mountain National Park

A good way to check the current weather conditions is to watch national park webcams. They are updated every 10 minutes. This is also a good way to see if there are lines at the entrance stations!



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Longs Peak

This webcam is located near highway 7 below the Longs Peak Trailhead on the east side of Rocky Mountain National Park. It is looking west towards the dramatic east face of Longs Peak. This view of Longs Peak shows the cliff face known as The Diamond.


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Glacier Basin

Located at the Glacier Basin Campground just off Bear Lake Road, this webcam looks up at the Continental Divide. The mountains which are visible from left to right are: Thatchtop, Taylor Peak, Otis Peak, Hallett Peak, and Flattop Mountain.


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Alpine Visitor Center

Located at the Alpine Visitor Center on Trail Ridge Road at nearly 12,000' above sea level, this webcam looks down over Willow Park and towards the east. The mountain on the left is Mount Chapin and the mountain on the right is Sundance Mountain.


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Kawuneeche Valley

This webcam is located near the west entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park. It looks north over Harbison Meadow towards Mount Baker and the Never Summer Range.


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Beaver Meadows Entrance

This is the Beaver Meadows Entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park on highway 36 on the east side of the park. This is the main entrance to the park, located just a few miles west of the town of Estes Park.


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Fall River Entrance

This is the Fall River Entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park on highway 34 on the east side of the park.