Make Rocky Mountain National Park your next getaway
Seek new heights and embrace the wild with a Rocky Mountain National Park vacation rental. Journey out to Colorado’s protected mountain range and be met with awe-inspiring natural landscapes and opportunities for adventure. Lace up your hiking boots and drink in the wonder.
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Embark on a trip to the top of the world. Rocky Mountain National Park offers your gateway to one of the highest national parks in the nation, boasting wildlife, activities, and world-renowned scenery. Stand on the shoulders of giants (or at least hike up and savor uninterrupted views) with mountain peak elevations ranging from 7,860 feet to 14,259 feet.
With meadows, forests, and crystal clear lakes, adventure is the name of the game. Take on the park by hiking trail (355 miles of them) or drive through major mountain passes. Bring the family and friends for some fresh air, or escape on a romantic getaway to the trees.
Where is Rocky Mountain National Park?
Rocky Mountain National Park spans 415 square miles of wilderness, stretching across Colorado’s surrounding towns of Estes Park, Lyons, Boulder, Denver, Winter Park, Granby, and Grand Lake. Fall and summer weekends are when the park is busiest, so plan your trip in November through April if you’re looking to avoid crowds.
Things to do near Rocky Mountain National Park
There are so many ways to explore the great outdoors.
- Hit up the must-see spots. Rocky Mountain National Park’s popular scenic areas are along Trail Ridge Road and the Old Fall River Road, which wind through aspen trees and rivers. If you’re up for a hike, The Keyhole Route leads up Longs Peak, the park’s tallest mountain and there are a number of trails surrounding Bear Lake that offer stunning views of the peaks and Alberta Falls provides a magic natural scene. Whether by foot or car, take your time to watch for wildlife, with over 60 species of animals to see.
- Get back to nature. Shake things up and sightsee from a horseback ride along the trails, with two stables located in the park. There are 50 lakes and streams open for fishing, as well as sport fishing, with required permits. In the winter months, you can explore the park by snowshoe and cross-country ski.
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