10 Things To Do In Rocky Mountain Park

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Wildlife Viewing - There are plenty of wildlife viewing opportunities in the park as many wildlife call the park their home.

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Drive on Trail Ridge Road - Essentially, if you are visiting Rocky Mountain National Park, you should at least drive up to the top of Trail Ridge Road.

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Go hiking - Rocky Mountain National Park covers more than 350 miles of trails, so there's no shortage of hiking trails.

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Alpine Visitor Center - Learn about the different types of ecosystems Rocky Mountain National Park is home to.

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Wildflowers in Spring and Summer - As the winter snow melts, wildflowers begin to bloom. At lower elevations, wildflower meadows are the first to open.

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Snowshoeing or cross-country skiing - Rocky Mountain National Park is open throughout the winter, with designated trails open for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.

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Colorado River Headwaters Trail - A mighty river that cuts through the Grand Canyon and several other canyons along the way.

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Fishing - Fishing, especially fly fishing, is something that many Coloradoans love to do. There are many small lakes and rivers in Rocky Mountain National Park.

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Continental Divide - Milner Pass is located west of the Alpine Visitor Center along Trail Ridge Road.

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Wilderness Camping/Backpacking - With over 350 miles of trails, Rocky Mountain National Park offers opportunities for backpacking and wilderness camping.

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