The Ultimate Guide To Rocky Mountain National Park

The Ultimate Guide To Rocky Mountain National Park

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Rocky Mountain National Park Travel Guide

Located just 76 miles northwest of Denver International Airport, in north-central Colorado, in the Rocky Mountain National Park. The park is known for its soaring mountain peaks, wildlife, beautiful water bodies, and breathtaking vistas of the Rocky Mountain National Park.

Address: GPS Lat: 40.348301, Lat: -105.677895, Entrance Fee: $25 Per private, non-commercial vehicle

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Must See in Rocky Mountain National Park

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The Trail Ridge Road: Trail Ridge Road is a 48 miles long scenic drive, starting from the Estes Park, the base of the park, going all the way to the west of the park. The scenic road is also interchangeably called – Trail Ridge Road or the Beaver Meadow National Scenic Byway. This road is seasonal and remains closed until early summer.  

Emerald Lake: Beautiful Mountain lake with breathtaking views and trails. The trail leading to the Emerald Lake passes by the Nymph Lake and the gorgeous Dream Lake.

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Bear Lake: Is the most popular attraction in Rocky Mountain National Park. Its beauty and ease of access draw almost all visitors of the park.

Alpine Visitor Center: Is known to be the highest Visitor Center in the US in terms of elevation. Located at an altitude of around 11,800 feet above sea level and offers some beautiful panoramic views.

Chasm Falls: This is a beautiful waterfall, accessible via a short easy hike makes it an easy stop for every age group.

Alberta Falls: This is a another stunning thirty-foot waterfall tucked between a beautiful forest of pines and is quite easily accessible via a 1.7 miles roundtrip hike.

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Rocky Mountain National ParkI hope you enjoyed reading the post, The Ultimate Guide To Rocky Mountain National Park, and I expect this will help you plan your trip to Rocky Mountain National Park.

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