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This Tourist Attraction is classified in the category of National park.
Must visit national park. Awesome drive from one end of the park to other end with a visit to visitor center at an altitude of 11000ft
Took Old fall river road one way and trail ridge road back through the mountains. There are amazing stops and trails throughout the park. Also good fishing in the Big Thompson River. Absolutely beautiful.
I could never say enough good things about this park. I recently moved away and this is one of my great losses. It's gorgeous, a wonderful educational opportunity and worth a visit whenever you get a chance. Truly one of the more important sites to visit if you are near the Rocky mountains.
One of my favorite places. It was wonderful to see the wildlife. Roads are well maintained. A definite must do if you’re visiting Colorado
Beautiful park. Lots of visitors, so plan outside of the weekend if you don't want to run into too many people, but even with its popularity, it remains gorgeous. I hope the trees recover from the pine beetle.
One of my favorite parks! We saw elk, moose and big horn sheep all in one day. There's lots to do for all ages. I grew up coming to this park
All I can say is WOW. One of the most beautiful and natural trips I have ever been on in my entire life. Up close and personal with many types of wildlife and breathe taking views. Highly recommend❣
The view!!! The altitude!!! Catch a sunrise & a sunset. You’ll be happy! Also, wear warm clothes, even in the summer the elevation it gets cold, gloves on your hand cold. Definitely worth it!!!
When I'm in Colorado we always try to make a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park. This time of year (late September/early October ) the elk are in rut. And as an added bonus, the fall colors are starting to peak. Take drive over to Bear Lake or catch the free shuttle and see some nice color. Another bonus of bear lake is it is wheelchair accessible. We packed a picnic lunch and found a nice spot to sit and look at the views. Head over to Moraine Park from Bear Lake to catch the elk. Afternoon / evening is a good time. There are a lot of people so don't expect to get a lot of solitude but it is definitely worth it to watch the elk. One of the few places where you can be in such a close location to the elk. There are volunteers and Rangers to answer any questions you may have and to provide traffic control.
Absolutely stunning visuals! Great hiking trails. Lakes and waterfalls. Wildlife. And many more. Definitely recommend visiting this park!
A most awesome National Park. Magnificent hikes, magnificent drives, great camping. You will not be disappointed. Lots of wildlife everywhere! Bring your camera!
It's RMNP. The parking at Glacier Bay can be chaotic after 9 or 10 am in season. During shoulder months and winter you should find it easier. Elk season is nuts and of course Alpine is hit/miss if the road is open. Still one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. Fall is even more amazing when the colors pop.
It's a beautiful park but this time we visited it was to see if I- in my mid 70s- tolerate the high elevation- we are going on a trip soon that will have similar height. Rocky's was a close by test. Did buy an earring while stopped at gift shop. And we liked the less steep hike at the Tundra. The little info signs were good: they allowed you to stop for moments but not looking like you needed the short rest
It has been a incredible hiking journey here. The beauty these mountains contain is beyond the word. The trails, wild lives, flowers, and so much more. This park should be on your bucket list if you haven't been here yet
Gorgeous!!! Take a walk through nature and discover all the little critters running around and the huge Elk!! Beautiful mountain views all around, absolutely stunning views!! Nice tails to follow, some are harder than others but so worth it!! Peaceful, tranquil, spiritual and fun!! Highly recommend!
Amazing place super pretty! Go to grand lake and Estes park. The drive is fun and well kept.
This place is absolutely incredible. The views here are something you can truly only appreciate in person. It is worth the cost to enter and view. The sites you see along the paths are amazing and we had an amazing time going up the sides of mountains. The experience here is something I will never be able to forget.
$25 to enter park (car). Hiked Fern Lake trail to Odessa Lake. Absolutely beautiful but it's a climb. Wish we could've kept going but had to make it back before sunset as we didn't have night gear.
One of the best parks in the nation! They take such good care of this park and all the rangers and workers are very nice. They have the road around the park closed for certain times of the year so please check before you go because it is highly recommended to drive around the whole thing. Unfortunately the road to bear lake was closed(which is why I give it 4 stars) as there was no parking so my advice would be to go very early. Will hopefully go back one day
What a great hike. Cascade falls was gorgeous. About a 2hr hike out. Ate lunch at the falls on the big rocks at the top. Scenery was beautiful. Saw some chipmunks a couple moose and a brown snake along the way. Definitely worth the hike.
Wow, what a beautiful mountain range. The vistas are fantastic and seem to be never-ending. We went on mini back roads with local relatives and were able to see some really cool places which were off the beaten path.
Great park. Only did one hike to sky pond, but it was phenomenal. Great views, wildlife. Helpful rangers. Did get very busy on a Monday in late August
MUST VISIT PLACE - lot of scenery, animal viewing and just awesome place. Use your time wisely. I would recommend hiking from morning to late afternoon and then animal viewing in the evening. We got to see elk, moose, deer in the evening.
I have been coming here at least once a year since I was eight (34 years I have been coming} and this is still the most beautiful place I have ever been. From fishing to hiking, all the way down to just sitting and relaxing and taking in the view it is great. I did on the other hand have a little bit of a bad experience this year. I parked along the road on Fern Lake road to go hike to Cub lake. Where I parked I did not see any "no parking" signs and it was very obvious that it is used for roadside parking regularly but I and a lot of other vehicles had parking tickets on them. After looking further I realized as you enter the area there is a sign stating "no parking along road beyond this point". Obviously after all I was parked illegally but I felt it should be marked a little better. Minutes before I parked I gave 25$ for a one day pass along with countless other people that day, spend some of that cash on a few more signs. I have parked like this several times over the years and never had a problem there. In the last year they have also raised the price of park passes, ( I am fine with that) I am now concerned they are nitpicking and writing tickets to gain revenue. Hopefully I am wrong. This all being said, I will undoubtedly be back because the natural beauty, amazing weather and countless possibilities of entertainment. Until this year I would have gave five stars without a thought but now I will lower it to four.
One of the most beautiful parks in the US. It’s crowded for the Labor Day weekend, would recommend either visit early in the morning (before 9am) or visit later (after 4pm) for the bear lake route especially if you want to drive there. Or you need to take the shuttle from Eates Park information center.
Remarkably well taken care of...no trash, buildings in great condition, very polite, informative happy rangers. Always a delight.
One of, if not THE most beautiful places I’ve ever seen. We saw a ton of elk, some mule deer, moose and black bear. If your heading up that way, take the time to go to the summit by way of the “dirt road”... absolutely worth the extra time.... I feel very blessed to have had the opportunity the see this wonderful place.
Such an amazing place!! Absolutely beautiful, easy to navigate. Activities for kids daily. Free Jr ranger books with kids activities and scavenger hunt items to find.
Very impressive! Just one recommendation - make signs more clear. I could not use the maps that I got at the visitors center effectively. And the difficulty of trails are not indicated. Other than that it is a great place to hike.
I mean who goes here and doesn't love it? Be aware steep grades, curves, and not always a guard rail. If you are a confident driver don't miss it!
Breathtaking mountain views and you get to see some wildlife up close! Definitely drink plenty of water because as you ascend and walk around the winds and altitude will dehydrate you. We only spent one day here as we were short on time, but you could easily spend 3 days exploring.
Drove through and didn't stop, was still awesome. Trail Ridge has great views and you can't beat the highest paved road in the country. It isn't as spectacular as Yellowstone, but smells so much better. Highly recommended.
The hike up to Emerald Lake offered stunning views! It is quite steep and can be pretty crowded but there are many opportunities to take a break and let people get around.
A spectacular drive, great places to hike, and a challenging bike ride. The best gift shop is the one at the Continental Divide.
Amazing as always! Great scenic drive going through the park with plenty of stops to get out and snap pictures or take short hikes. Block out at least a few hours if you plan to just drive through, but I highly recommend checking out the ranger stations to get suggestions for hikes that fit your plans.
Amazing place to visit! Absolutely worth a day trip from Denver or Boulder. We saw an elk herd at the entrance and hiked to Dream Lake. The shuttle bus makes it really easy to access the different park trails from the main parking lot.
Beautiful park but very crowded even end of season. Trout fishing was good. Elk were out, plentiful, active and wonderful to watch. Very clean Park inspire of crowds. Parking is very limited. Go early, stay late.
This is a lovely park with great accessibility regardless of your age or comfort level. There are enough great hikes of varying difficulty that I'm convinced you can spend years there and not see and do them all. It's especially fun in the winter - fewer crowds and plenty of great snowshoeing options!
So incredibly beautiful. Take old fall canyon road. It's dirt but very easy to travel. And it's one way to the visitors center at the top. Check out the waterfalls along the way. The regular road is paved and beautiful with outstanding vistas and wildlife.
Beautiful! Checked off my bucket list. Day 1: easy trail to Bear Lake and Alberta falls. Day 2: took it up a notch used the Glacier Gorge trail to a slightly hidden Fire trail towards The Loch, hiked up to the falls before Glass Lake, rocked climbed to Glass Lake, rocked climbed some more to find the trail towards Sky Pond. It was tough but worth it!
The elk here are so abundant and the fall mating season is in full swing. So to get to here there bugle across the canyons is incredible. The fresh mountain air, just take your time if you decide to go for a hike, so you can acclimate to the thinner layers of oxygen.
Absolutely stunning. If you've ever wanted an escape into the higher altitudes of God's country, this is an amazing place to start!
I LOVE THIS PLACE! I live in Denver and my family and I go at least once a year, sometimes more! It’s beautiful, the animals are everywhere, and there is a lot of places to stop rather it be for a picnic or just to see the mountains! I’d recommend anyone stop here, and make sure that you allow a whole day to just drive, hike, walk, etc.. to really get the full experience. On a side note, we have found weekdays are the best days to not be overwhelmed with traffic and people. If you go on a holiday or during prime Colorado tourist season, expect some back ups. :)
I cant explain the beauty in words. You just have to see it yourself. You will NOT be disappointed!! Estes Park is a great place to stay to!
This place is breathtaking and is a MUST SEE. The nature is absolutely beautiful and the wildlife you encounter is unforgettable. The mountains climb to 12k feet and it can literally take your breathe away if not use to the altitude!
Amazing views! Absolutely breathtaking! Do NOT miss this park while in Colorado!! Lots of places to stop and take pictures. Roads were nicely paved. Go early if you plan to go to some of the higher trafficked areas.
Take Old Fall River Rd. to the Alpine Visitor's Center and take Trail Ridge Road back. The best hike at RMNP is Loch Vale. Don't bother trying to find a spot at the trail head parking lots unless you are there at a very off time. The shuttles are free and will save you the headache of parking at the trail heads.
Amazing beauty, busy the few weeks open each year, knowledgeable Rangers. Drive through, hike, hunt or camp. Go prepared. Windy and chilly at highest alpine points. Don't bring pets.
The most beautiful zoo u will ever visit
It was an amazing experience, it was magical. The whole ride, you can get off your car and explore yourself or take a leisure drive and see everything the park has to offer. There really are no words, it's just somewhere you have to go for yourself.
Absolutely beautiful!! If you're in the area a must see for sure! The Visitors Center staff was very helpful.
We love the Rocky Mountain National Park. The roads on top of the mountain are fascinating. You will feel like riding on top of clouds. The white ice on top of the mountain is very beautiful. There are lots of spots or outlook along the roads to stop by and enjoy the scenic beauty. In those area, you can take take pictures or videos. There are a lot of beautiful long and short trails for hiking.
This is one of America's GREAT parks. There are millions of visitors over the summer so be patient, it will be rewarded. There are day drives, hikes, and many places to explore and be awed by the Rockies. Say thanks to the park staff, they are amazing.
It is truly mesmerizing. We did the hike to Emerald lake and the views are very picturesque. There are many such trails all across the Rockies, all of which lead to awesome views.
I mean it's a national park. Of course it's 5 stars. If you were born on this planet, I can assure you that you will enjoy the park. Lots of wildlife depending on season.
Be aware of the dog/pet standards, can only be where cars are. Also people watching elk they move daily! Don't completely block the roads when they are trying to get to dark timber/valley in the AM.
BEAUTIFUL place to visit! We saw so much wildlife and the views were INCREDIBLE! Fun and easy ride for you bikers out there too
HOLY WOW! Beautiful park and drive in the mountains! Great hiking opportunities and wildlife sightings! We saw elk, mule deer, marmots, moose, and more! Love the temperature change as elevation changes. Definitely consider bringing a jacket or sweatshirt along, even in the heat of summer, since the high elevation temp is pretty cool!
Incredibly beautiful! We hiked up to emerald lake and couldn't have asked for a better experience. Lovely trail and majestic scenery. Highly recommend!
Beautiful scenery, unlike sights I've experienced before! If you're terrified of heights, the drive is NOT for you. It's a bunch of winding roads on mountains and the roads just are unending.
Great park, very large and divided into sections. There were many places to stop as you drove through the park and places were you could get information, food, souvenirs and use the restrooms. There is a fee to enter and they take national passes if you have one. Well worth the trip and I wish I'd had more time to spend there.
Wonderful drive and scenic views! The landscape and vistas change with the altitude, which makes the entire drive around the park that much more interesting! Pictures just do not do this place justice. Lots of wildlife to see, if you’re the least bit adventurous, too. The whole park is literally a nature lover’s paradise. Come early and stay late! If road trips to beautiful national parks are on your list, take the time to make the time to get up there.
Such a beautiful drive. Coming from NY, I can not believe the shear lack of civilization other than a road. It was incredible to experience and definitely will be back someday to do the whole loop.
One of the best vacations ever in my life. Felt so at peace! With return every time I'm in Colorado!
Take the drive. All of it. This was a Sept trip just before the leaves change. Above tree line there is still snow in the shady spots. Best get-away to cool off and escape Denver's hot summer days.
One of the premier National Parks in the US. Everyone should make a point to visit at some point in their life. There are so many fantastic views, from a wide range of elevations. We were lucky enough to see many different wildlife on our most recent trip, including elk and mule deer.
Loved going here. I've decided National Parks are so much better to visit than other local attractions. Wish we could have stayed longer to take in the views but we were traveling home and going through the park.
If you haven't been in Rocky Mountain National Park you haven't seen the best park yet. The view was amazing! We had fun hiking. There was a falls which I fell in love with. It was such a beautiful site and such a wonderful display of wildlife! Planning to go back soon! I highly recommend Rocky Mountain National Park.
From the lakes to the wildlife, this park was beautiful. We sat by Mills Lake for lunch and dipped our toes in the water to cool off. The backdrop of mountains was breathtaking. The hikes were fun and a great workout with a little bit of a steep incline here and there. One of my favorite parts was seeing 2 adult and 1 baby elk grazing on the trees on our way back! They were gorgeous and docile, though we enjoyed their beauty from a far. You'll leave with unforgettable experiences!
Beautiful breath taking views. Great support staff and park rangers. Park rangers gave kids a booklet to keep track of the many animals and wildlife / plants we may spot on the way up.
Rocky Mountain National Park offers you tremendous views plus the chance to see various animals in the wild. You'll know there are probably some photogenic animals out in the open when you see lots of cars parked on the roadside. The entrance fee is $25 per car per day. However, if you think you might come back within the week, you're better off with the entrance fee for a week, which is $35 per car. If you like nature and great views this is a must-see.
Not a lot to say here. There are tons of really incredible hikes available from all skill levels. Do plenty of research prior, as there are options that are far better at different parts of the day. Pretty well established foot paths as well, making sunrise or sunset visits very accessible.
Thia park was so very beautiful, diverse and accessible. The parking was an issue in some of the trail head and overlooks. The Ranger talk was entertaining and informative.
West side is quiet and you can see Moose, Elk, Deer, Black Bears and Fox occasionally. Grand Lake area is great and relaxed. Everyone should visit the Rockies at least once in their lives.
Beautiful, lots of hiking trails, elk but 1 1/2 hours to get through gate. Trails are packed, only way to get to Bear Lake is by shuttle on weekends. Expect bumper to bumper traffic.
One of the most beautiful places I have ever been to. Worth the trip. Beautiful lakes to walk around, amazing wild life, great hiking trails. I go here often, and I'm never disappointed.
Wow, the roads are wonderful to drive on! Magnificent Fall foliage! So many impressive Elk, I never realized how large they really are. The park also has many fantastic hiking trails! A must see is Bear Lake, this particular short hike is great for young or old. Bring your hiking boots or a great pair of walking shoes!
Great park, as long as you can manage the altitude. A lot of different terrain there is something for everyone. Stay hydrated and get acclimated before trying higher altitude hiking
THIS PLACE IS BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!! Such a nice hike, we hiked the main trail that led to 3 different lakes: Nymph lake, dream lake, and Emerald lake, I 100% recommend this trail!! It’s quite the hike, so make sure you warm up :)
We didn't see much Wildlife on this trip. There was a cluster of elk in Estes Park. But there's lots of very beautiful scenery. We took the Fall River route up the mountain. And went down the Grand Lake Side. Last year we took what I think was the Bear Lake side. Next time we're going to start at the Grand Lakeside and go up that way.
Once you visit, you will see why this is one of the three most visited parks in the United States. My only regret was being short on time. Driving up to the top peak is epic, and there is no shortage of wildlife to watch—moose, elk, antelope, etc..Just be prepared for all seasons including the winter no matter what time of year you go.
One of my favorite national parks. Beautiful trails and drives throughout. You can find trails that aren't crowded if you want to avoid large groups. Lots of wildlife to see even if you only drive through it.
I usually don’t get nervous driving through the mountains, but man, that road up to the highest visitor centre was crazy! Everyone was hugging the centre line while in the outside lane. Be warned! This is a really great place to camp. The sites are nice and the scenery is beautiful. Just be bear aware. You don’t want to mess with bears.
Absolutely breathtaking! Do yourself a favor and visit. No matter where you travel in the park, you will love it! From hiking to camping to horseback riding, there are tons of amazing activities to take part in. Be out in nature and find something beautiful!
Awesome place to visit in a life time. I wish Nepal could build similar infrastructure in the Himalayas. Being a Nepali, I could see lots of potential touristic destinations.
Beautiful park. Lots of people for a Monday. Shuttles running, but schedules seemed variable. The majesty of the mountains makes up for any delays.
Such a beautiful, peaceful place. Loved the wildlife. We saw two birds if prey while there which were just mesmerizing to watch.
Great. Parking can be crazy if you get there after 1100 but don’t worry. Park where ever you can and take a shuttle to where you want to hike from. Super easy.
Place was pretty cool! Plenty of places to stop and pull over take pictures and just look and enjoy it. Nice gift shop wasn't too overpriced and the Rangers were all very friendly. I would return.
Beautiful, breathtaking views. It can get pretty crowded at times but it's always worth the time. There should be classes on mountain driving
I absolutely fell in love with this place. Word to the wise, avoid weekends and go early. It's a very popular place! They also have shuttles in the park (free) to go from trail to trail, or take you to a trail if the parking is full. A lifetime of hikes and views, all in one park!
Beautiful! We went early September. We got there around 5 pm. The ranger at Beaver Meadows Visitor Center was very helpful. She gave us tips on the best things to see with the daylight we had left. Stunning Mountains. Beautiful wildlife. Gorgeous drive. We went back in the next morning up to Alpine Visitors Center. Wow!
We just drove up the old dirt road to Alpine pass. Saw a few elk and marmots and ground squirrels near the upper tree line. Summit walk was quite cool and worth the effort.
Always fun! Saw a couple of cow moose this trip, but no bull and a lot of elk. A beautiful place and the animals are a great bonus.
Being a National Park Fan, I enjoyed my visit to Rocky Mountain National Park. We went to see the aspens and the views. Check the weather always first as it can be tricky. Been here with complete fog on top, but on this September day it was nothing but blue skies and golden foliage.
This place is beautiful! We really enjoyed all the hiking trails in this park. We went here in late May and unfortunately Trail Ridge Road was closed due to snow. We will be returning again!
What's not to love? RMNP is absolutely beautiful. The forest and plants are beautiful, the abundant wildlife is awesome to catch a glimpse of. The hiking trails are plentiful and most seemed super easy to follow / were well marked. Just an absolutely wonderful place to spend a day or many days.
This is one of my favorite National Parks. You won't be disappointed. Every turn in the road is better than the last. Don't miss it!
Incredible views and Wildlife. We stayed in the Timber Ridge camp ground. It was nice, but not many trees in the campsites. The view around it is nice and we saw a couple of Moose just down the road. There are Elk everywhere too.
AMAZING! EVERYONE SHOULD SEE/EXPERIENCE THIS IN 2-3 DAYS TRIPS TO COVER AS MUCH OF THE PARK AS POSSIBLE. GREAT ACTIVITY FOR FAMILIES, GROUPS AND INDIVIDUALS.
Beautiful!! Must see! If you have never been here you should. Your missing a wonderful and breathtaking place. Grab a picnic basket and have lunch in mother nature's backyard. Or wake up early to get a parking spot and hit the trails. Make sure you bring water and jackets for up top. It does get windy and weather conditions change quickly. Also please respect the wildlife. You might even see elk or moose but remember they are wild so keep you distance. Be prepared and have fun. I Would highly recommend.
This place is gorgeous and so full of beautiful scenery! Only downsides are that you really have to plan ahead and watch the weather, you also have to get in early to avoid crowding.
Colorado must be one of the most beautiful places on earth. My wife and I traveled out for a wedding in the area and it was simply stunning!
I like the area, reminds me of Glacier Park and Alaska. Beautiful water fall nice walk to trails but road could be muddy if its raining for Chasm Falls. The rest of area keep your eyes open for wildlife everywhere.
Amazing!! Make sure you dont miss seeing peaks into the Park year-round on a Grand Adventure Balloon Tour near West entrance!! 10 Best most beautiful places to do so!
A 25$ entrance for your car, totally worth it. All you need is strength and time and end your journey in Alpine information Center drink coffee. A great experience and you will see animals don't worry :).
Just a gorgeous park with miles and miles of hiking trails. High Alpine lakes, snow melt waterfalls, easy to difficult hikes, and lots of wildlife make this park a week long excursion. All of the Park Personnel and Rangers are super nice and helpful!
It's all about the trees, wait no the elk, wait no, the camping, the hiking... just too beautiful. Then comes the snow and snow shoe hiking, when you see the tracks and a pristine beauty like you have never seen before.