• Photo of early morning clouds hanging low in the valley with mountains of the Continental Divide stretched out above. NPS Photo/Schonlau

    Rocky Mountain

    National Park Colorado


Old Fall River Road gabions
Old Fall River Road gabions
The National Park Service recognizes that managers must prepare for new and changing environments. This includes planning for different natural resource conditions and providing for modern visitor needs. Special places like Rocky are managed in a way that allows them to be enjoyed for generations to come.

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Elk graze in Moraine Park

Management Plans

The park uses an adaptive management framework. This includes consistent resource monitoring that helps determine what actions need to be improved.

Ranger overlooks the alpine tundra

Our Staff & Offices

Rocky employees serve a variety of roles in a unique office environment.

A line of cars at a park entrance station

Laws & Policies

National parks are the crown jewels of protected areas in the nation. Laws & policies help conserve resources and protect visitors.

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Park Statistics

Just the facts. The park offers a variety of resources that provide information about the park.

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