Get to know other fellow mammals that also enjoy traversing these mountains.
Some are unique to Rocky's mountainous habitats while others migrate to warmer climates in the winter.
Groups of native and non-native fish swim around each other in Rocky's water bodies.
Amphibians and Reptiles
Despite frigid temperatures these cold blooded animals make Rocky home.
Yes, Rocky has a section just for butterflies. Over 140 species flutter around these high elevations.
Insects, Spiders, Centipedes and Millipedes
These little critters have wings or varying numbers of legs.
Threatened and Endangered Species
Rocky is a safe haven for various species trying to survive in our modern world.
1000 US Hwy 36
Estes Park, CO
Have questions? We've got answers! Call 8am–4:30pm Mountain Time to speak with park staff (recorded information after hours). For Trail Ridge Road status, call (970) 586-1222.