• Photo of park visitors enjoying sunset from the Alpine Ridge Trail in Rocky Mountain National Park.

    Rocky Mountain

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Social Media at Rocky

Stay Connected

Learn what is happening every day of the year in RMNP by joining us on our social media sites. Have fun sharing photos, memories and experiences and get up-to-date information sent directly to you. Click the links below, and get connected today!

 
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Twitter
Follow us on Twitter at RMNPOfficial. We tweet daily with up-to-date inforamtion about trail conditions, avalanche reports, road status', and weather. Information is pushed directly the Twitter webiste, and is a great resource for finding out what is happening in the park.

 

Facebook
You can "Like" us on Facebook at Rocky Mountain National Park. Current photos, special park programs, and up-to-date information will be posted to the park's page daily. Use this page to share your photos, memories and park experiences. Stay in touch with Rocky from wherever you may be and become a fan of the Facebook page today!

 
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Flickr
Rocky Mountain National Park is full of spectacular views and breathtaking scenery. Our flickr page has dozens of photos for viewing and download. Please credit the photographer and the National Park Service. Photos are added regularly, so check back to keep enjoying the park's amazing views.

 
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YouTube Channel
The Youtube Channel, TheRMNP, has been set up for your viewing pleasure. This site has informational videos about hiking safety to behind the scenes podcasts about what Rangers do. Check out the channel today to find lots great information to help plan your trip to the park. The channel is updated as videos are produced, so stay tuned for the latest video productions.

Did You Know?

a photo of the mountains at treeline

Temperature causes tree line. Trees need an average growing temperature of about 50 degrees.