By More Than Just Parks


National Parks

Drive Trail Ridge Road

Known as "the highway to the sky", Trail Ridge Road is 48 miles long & reaches a peak elevation of over 12,000 feet

Nymph, Dream, & Emerald Lakes

This is one of the most popular and scenic hikes in all of Rocky Mountain National Park.

Admire The Many Elk

It is almost guaranteed you will catch a glimpse of this majestic animal in the park, especially at Morraine Park.

Sunrise at Bear Lake

The way the first light of the day hits Flat Top Mountain and moves down towards Bear Lake is breathtaking.

Camp Out Under the sTARS

One of the best ways to savor the best of Rocky Mountain National Park is to spend a night under the stars.

See Alberta Falls

Alberta falls is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Soak IN the Views of Storm Pass

Flat Top mountain is the star of the show here with the surrounding forest in the Glacier Basin coming together to showcase the park at its finest.

Consider Hiking Longs Peak

Longs Peak is the tallest of all the peaks in Rocky Mountain representing one of the most challenging things to do in the park.

See the Alluvial Fan

The Alluvial Fan hike is Rocky Mountain's most accessible trail (featuring full wheelchair access).

Sunrise  at Sprague Lake

Sprague Lake is situated at 8,700 feet elevation and is a great spot to get acclimated to the elevation with minimal effort.

things to do in Rocky Mountain National Park

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