Rocky Mountain National Park
|Come Explore Rocky Mountain National Park in the Summer or Winter. Estes Park Condos is the closest lodging to the entrance of Rocky Mountain National Park. Our Staff can give you tips and tricks on trails, best drives, where to see wildlife and so much more.
Daily nature walks and interpretive programs are offered by the National Park Service.
Rocky Mountain National Park Summer
Hikes, horseback rides (through local stables), auto or bus tours give visitors different views of the park. Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous paved highway in the U.S., takes a winding course 12,183 feet above sea level. The summit can also be reached via Old Fall River Road, the original road crossing the Continental Divide. More than 90 percent of the park’s 415 square miles is wilderness. Camping and backpacking are permitted within the national park, although some areas require advance reservations or permits.
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|Suggested Kids’ Activities
Rocky Mountain National Park Winter
Rocky Mountain National Park in Estes Park Colorado hosts a multitude of winter activities. From beginner to advanced you will find the best terrain for cross country skiing, Nordic skiing, and snowshoeing.
- Snowshoe Ecology Walk
- Take a beginner-level 2-hour snowshoe tour with a ranger and explore the natural world of a subalpine forest. No previous experience needed. 12:30 pm, Satursay, Sunday, Monday and Wednesday, Jan 3 – March 28. Reservations are necessary and may be made no more than seven days in advance. Call (970) 586-1223 from 8 AM – 4 PM daily. There is a limit of 6 people per reservation for this 2 hour program. For safety reasons, children under 8 years old are not allowed on this activity. Sleds, skis, hikers, and children in backpacks are not permitted. You must provide your own snowshoes. They can be rented in Estes Park sporting goods stores. Part of an organized group? Please call (970) 586-3777.