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Rocky Mountain National Park

Come Explore Rocky Mountain National Park!. Estes Park Creek Side Condos is only one mile 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 also offered by the National Park Service.

Rocky Mountain National Park in the Summer

Encompassing more than 265,000 thousand acres, and with more than sixty peaks topping out at more than 12,000 feet, Rocky Mountain National Park is home to some of the most spectacular scenery on Earth. With more than 350 miles of trails meandering throughout the park, Rocky Mountain is also widely known as a hiker’s paradise.

Hikes, horseback rides, 4-wheel drive or auto tours all give visitors different views of the Park. Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous paved highway in the United States, 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.

For specific information on RMNP Click the Link Below.

Estes Park Visitor Center

Scenic Drives


Climbing and Mountaineering


National Park Visitor Centers

Suggested Kids’ Activities

Wildlife Viewing

Ranger-led Programs

Horseback Riding

Backcountry Camping


Rocky Mountain National Park in the Winter

Rocky Mountain National Park hosts a multitude of winter activities.  From beginner to advanced you will find the best terrain for cross country skiing, sledding and snowshoeing. Winter is the perfect time of year for wildlife watching. Many park roads are open in winter to provide access to the wintry world park wildlife call home. Winter is an especially good time to look for elk, mule deer, moose, and other large mammals. Look for moose along the Colorado River on the park’s west side. Elk and mule deer are most active at dusk and dawn, and are usually seen in meadow areas. Look for bighorn sheep along the Highway 34/Fall River corridor on the park’s east side. Coyotes may be seen any time of day. Members of the Jay family, including Steller’s jays, with their striking blue bodies and crested heads, gray jays, Clark’s nutcrackers, and the iridescent, long-tailed black-billed magpies are commonly seen in the park.


Rocky Mountain National Park snowshoe trails

Rocky Mountain National Park cross country skiing