Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain is located in northwest Denver in Colorado, United States. The park has a wide variety of wildflowers, abundant wildlife, and majestic mountains. The breathtaking landscape is the perfect destination for photographers. Rocky Mountain was established as a national park on January 26, 1915, by  President Woodrow Wilson.

The park can be accessed via two entrances, one by the town of Estes Park to the east and the town of Grand Lake to the west. Rocky Mountain is one of the U.S’s highest national parks and also has an extensive museum collection. If you love hiking you get to experience the best hikes.

Best Time To Visit Rocky Mountain National Park:

The best time to visit Rocky Mountain National Park is from June to September, it is also the busiest time in the park. The snow also melts and the hiking trails are accessible. If you want to avoid crowds you can visit the park from November through April. 

Expense To Visit Rocky Mountain National Park:

Entry Fee

  • 1-day pass for a non-commercial vehicle with a capacity of 16 and fewer passengers costs $25
  • 1-day pass for individual costs $15
  • 1-day pass for a motorcycle costs $25
  • Annual pass Rocky Mountain National Park cost $70

Commercial Vehicles Fee:

  • Vehicle capacity of 1 to 6 passenger costs $25
  • Vehicle capacity of 7 to 15 passenger costs $75
  • Vehicle capacity of 16 to 25 passenger costs $100
  • Vehicle capacity of 26 or more passenger costs $200

Things To Do In Rocky Mountain National Park:

Scenic Drives

The Rocky Mountain National Park Scenic Loop is 164 miles. The drive is a mountain adventure which you should not miss. If you like a long drive than to hike you can go for Ridge Road Trail which is one of the most popular scenic drives in the park. The road system of Rocky Mountain National Park is easy to access and has amazing ecosystems


Rocky Mountain is the most loved park by hikers with over 300 miles of hiking trails, Rocky Mountain National Park has some of the best hikes and rock climbing in Colorado. They range from flat lakeside strolls to challenging steep mountain peak climbs. If you are new to the park you can consult the rangers. They can advise you which trails are appropriate for you.

Explore The Wildlife

Tourists love viewing wildlife at Rocky Mountain. The park has 60 species of mammals, 280 bird species, 11 species of fish, and even 141 species of butterflies. It is also a great place for photographers.


The park has 11 species of fish, over 50 lakes, and many streams creating an amazing opportunity for fishing. You need to have a Colorado fishing license and also follow the rules before you go fishing.

Horseback Riding

If you like horse riding, there are two stables within the park Glacier Creek Stables and Moraine Park Stables. You get to explore the park by horse riding. It is a unique experience. There are also many stables outside the park.

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