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    Rocky Mountain

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Things To Do

driving Trail Ridge Rd credit NPS photo by Ann Schonlau

NPS/Ann Schonlau

Scenic Drives

Drive any of the scenic roads throughout the park. Read more.
Visitor at FRVC credit NPS photo by John Marino

NPS/John Marino

Visitor Center

A great way to enhance your visit is to stop at one of our Visitor Centers. Read more.

Hiking with baby credit NPS photo by Karen Daugherty

NPS/Karen Daugherty

Day Hiking

Lace up your boots and explore more than 500 miles of trails. Read more.

Seasonal Ranger Marilyn Irwin leads program at Sheep Lakes credit NPS photo by Lon Carr

NPS/Lon Carr

Ranger Led Programs

Join us for a fun and educational program. Read more.

Wildlife viewing at Sheep Lakes credit NPS photo by Debbie Biddle

NPS/Debbie Biddle

Wildlife Viewing

Have a passion for viewing wild animals? Read more

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Camping

Stay in one of our beautiful campgrounds. Read more.

Junior Ranger credit NPS photo by Bonnie Beach

NPS/Bonnie Beach

Become a Junior Ranger
Earn a badge! Junior Rangers at Rocky Mountain National Park have fun while discovering the natural world.
To learn more, click here

Hidden Valley Picnic Pavillion credit NPS

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Picnicking

Unpack your basket in our picnic areas throughout the park. Read more.

Backpacker credit NPS photo by John Marino

NPS/John Marino

Backcountry Camping and Hiking

Stay in one of 500 backcountry campsites. Read more.

Fishing Mills Lake credit NPS photo by John Marino

NPS/John Marino

Fishing

Fish one of the many lake or rivers in Rocky. Read more.

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NPS/Debbie Biddle

Weddings

A special place for a special day. Read more.

Visitors horseback riding credit NPS photo by John Marino

NPS/John Marino

Horseback Riding

Bring your own stock or take a guided ride. Read more.

Did You Know?

a photo of treeline in Rocky Mountain National Park

If the current amount of total nitrogen deposition measured at the high-elevation monitoring site in Rocky Mountain National Park (3 kg/ha/yr) was the same throughout the park, the amount of airborne nitrogen entering the park would be equivalent to 35,500 twenty-pound bags of fertilizer. More...