This webcam, located at 11,796’, is now in winter operation mode and offers a view of the remote windswept alpine tundra. While this landscape may show patchy snow, there are deep drifts covering much of Trail Ridge Road, which will remain closed until late May. The webcam image may be obscured by snow or frost at times and the temperature reading is inaccurate. If the webcam fails, it will not be repaired until the end of May when this location is safely accessible again. The Alpine Visitor Center Winter Webcam reveals a morning, midday, and afternoon view of the Fall River canyon, Old Fall River Road, Mount Chapin, and part of Trail Ridge.
Located on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park one-half mile from the Grand Lake Entrance Station, Harbison Meadow in the Kawuneeche Valley teems with wildlife and wildflowers. The Never Summer Mountains look down on the headwaters of the Colorado River in this view of the Kawuneeche Valley.
Located at Glacier Basin Campground, the Continental Divide Webcam offers a spectacular view of the peaks which rise up from the Bear Lake area. On clear days you will see Thatchtop, Taylor Peak, Otis Peak, Hallett Peak, and Flattop Mountain.
The Longs Peak Webcam is located in the beautiful Tahosa Valley along Hwy 7. The webcam takes you to the tallest mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park. Longs Peak sits at an elevation of 14,259' and is a challenging mountain to climb under the best conditions. Visit the Longs Peak page for more information. (See a blurry image? It must be windy up there! Although correctly focused, this webcam's images can be blurry due to high winds.)