Ranger-Led Programs at Rocky Mountain National Park
Join a National Park Service park ranger to explore history and nature of the Rocky Mountains. Walks, talks, activities, and programs are free and open to the public. We invite you to join us!
Ranger programs (topics, descriptions, times, and locations) are posted at visitor centers throughout the park. Programs may be canceled at the last minute, due to unforeseen circumstances like thunder, lightning, or staff availability. We recommend checking with a visitor center to make sure the program is still scheduled. Be sure to choose programs where you are staying or allow for travel time to programs in other areas.
Ranger-led summer programming has ended for the season. Please check back in spring for updated program information for the 2023 summer season. If you're looking for winter programming, please go to our Education or Snowshoe Walk webpages.
East Side (near Estes Park)
Junior Ranger Activities (near Estes Park)
West Side - Kawuneeche Valley (near Grand Lake)
Alpine Visitor Center (Trail Ridge Road)
Last updated: November 17, 2022