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    Rocky Mountain

    National Park Colorado

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Great Holiday Gift that Gives in Many Ways

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Date: November 29, 2006
Contact: Kyle Patterson, 970-586-1363

Looking for a unique gift idea for the holidays? A Rocky Mountain National Park Annual Pass is a great gift for that person who enjoys visiting the park or would like to visit more often. A Rocky Mountain National Park Annual Pass is a gift that gives in many ways. Your recipient will be able to enjoy all the beauty and adventure the park has to offer during all seasons and Rocky Mountain National Park benefits greatly from the purchase as well! From enjoying breathtaking scenery to hiking, viewing wildlife and wildflowers to snowshoeing, the park has something to offer everyone, depending on their interests and what season they visit. Fees at the park have added approximately 30 percent to the park's annual budget, which assist with natural and cultural resource management and science research, as well as repair, rehabilitation and renovation needs.

The annual pass is $35 and can be purchased numerous ways: at a Rocky Mountain National Park entrance station, at the automated fee machines at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center or the Estes Park Visitors Center, or by calling (970) 586-1438.

For more information about Rocky Mountain National Park, please contact the park’s information office at (970) 586-1206 or visit the park’s website at www.nps.gov/romo.

Did You Know?

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In 1915, Congress created Rocky Mountain, the nation's 10th national park. Congress created the National Park Service in 1916.