Whether you're interested in hiking, fishing, spotting wildlife, or becoming a Junior Ranger-Rocky Mountain National Park is a great place to explore with kids of all ages.
Rocky offers over 415 square miles to explore- don't know where to start? Check out a few tips below to help plan your next Rocky Mountain National Park adventure!
TrailsLooking to head out on the trail? Check out the suggested hikes below to find the best fit for your group. Don't forget your sturdy shoes, layers, snacks, and plenty of water!
"Let's Go for a Stroll" - Stroller Friendly Trails
"Let'sTake it Easy" - Easy Trails
"Let's Heat Things Up! " - Moderate Trails
"We're Up for a Challenge!" - Difficult Trails
Looking for more trail options? Check out our list of hiking trails
SafetyKnow before you go! Always follow current health guidelines from state and local authorities. You are responsible to check for any changes in regulations/restrictions for public lands, parks and neighborhoods. Check current park guidance by visiting the Current Conditions page.
Weather in Rocky Mountain National Park changes quickly and is always colder and windier than on the Front Range. Be sure your group is prepared for adverse weather. Everyone should dress in layers and always take along warm jackets or sweaters. Shoes with laces and drinking water are essential.
Emergencies Should anyone in your group need emergency assistance or is separated from the group, contact park rangers immediately (dial 911).
Last updated: July 7, 2020