Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the highest national parks in the nation, with elevations from 7,860 to 14,259 feet (2,396 to 4,346 m), the highest point of which is Longs Peak (14,259′). Sixty mountain peaks over 12,000 feet (3,658 m) are scattered throughout the parks 415 square miles. The park was designated a World Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations in 1976 to protect its natural resources.

Lake Haiyaha (10,244′), Front Range

Located in lower Chaos Canyon, Lake Haiyaha is unlike other lakes in Rocky Mountain National Park because it is surrounded ...
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Longs Peak (14,255′), Front Range

Iconic Longs Peak (14,259') is the highest mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park, and the northern most 14,000' peak in ...
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Flattop Mountain (12,332′), Front Range

Flattop Mountain is accessed from Bear Lake Trailhead in Rocky Mountain National Park. Built in 1925, and rehabilitated in 1940 ...
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Nymph (9,705′), Dream (9,905′), and Emerald(10,110′) Lake, Front Range

Starting at the Bear Lake Trailhead in Rocky Mountain National Park, the trail passes Nymph and Dream Lakes on the way ...
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Estes Cone (11,007′), Front Range

Estes Cone is located about 3 miles from the Longs Peak trail-head on the east side of Rocky Mountain National ...
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Sky Pond (10,900′), Front Range

Begin at the Glacier Gorge trailhead in Rocky Mountain National Park and follow a well maintained trail to Timberline Falls ...
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Twin Sisters (11,428′), Front Range

The Twin Sisters ridge runs nearly two miles along the east central boundary of Rocky Mountain National Park. From the summit ...
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Alberta Falls (9,400′), Front Range

Alberta Falls, located in Glacier Gorge, is one of the more popular hiking destinations in Rocky Mountain National Park. The ...
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