Rocky Mountain National Park
Established in January 1915, Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park that is near to the Estes Park and Grand Lake is famous for hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.
Be mesmerized by the beauty of the peaks that are spread in every direction, the wildflowers carpet of the land and the wondering wildlife of the Rocky Mountain National Park.
The most alluring exploration of 265,461 acres of land consists of The Trail Ridge Road, Old Fall River Road, and Highway 36’s scenic views.
In the park, you can see the dwellings of cute chipmunks, mule deer, bighorn sheep, elk, black bears, beavers, wild coyotes and mountain lions.
No. Of Visitors in 2018
Best time to visit
June to September
These are the best months to visit Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park because the snow is mostly melted thus the hiking trails and other facilities are open.
Things to carry
Following are the things to carry while visiting Rocky Mountain national park.
Wear Synthetic layers, Wind-resistant long sleeves, Sweater, Socks, Wind-resistant long sleeves, Sunglasses, Hat, and rain-gear.
You may encounter mosquitoes at some ponds and lakes. So do carry mosquito repellent.
Carry tent, Lightweight thermal sleeping bag, Sleeping mats and Camp Stove
Please carry sufficient water, emergency kit, bug spray, flashlight, Sun Hat, Sunglasses and Sunscreen.
Please keep the environment clean.
Tips before Visiting
- Don’t try to feed the animals, they might try to attack.
- In summer, afternoon storms may occur, so be aware of it.
- You will find most popular hiking trails in the eastern part of the park.
- Do booking in advance in the peak season. Also to avoid the crowd, visit the park early in the morning.
- Spend 5 days to get the feel of most of the park.