Whether your group wants to summit a mountain or get up close and personal with waterfalls, Rocky Mountain National Park boasts some of the best hiking in the Rockies. With about 535 miles of maintained trails and 35 trailheads, you'll have to come back again and again to conquer every trail.
For some of the top suggested lake hikes, waterfall hikes, and summit hikes, visit the National Park Service website.
Download hiking and park maps here.
Winter in Grand County brings countless delights: the quiet of Rocky Mountain National Park, excellent skiing at two classic Colorado resorts, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing at Nordic centers, snowmobiling and excellent shopping. We've put it all together for you with our winter itineraryRead More
As the first flakes of snow start to fall in the high country, Rocky Mountain National Park turns into a winter wonderland. The chilly conditions drive many casual tourists away, leaving ample room for the real winter enthusiasts to roam around the park and take advantage of the open space and fresh packs. There's so much to do this winter in Rocky Mountain National Park, so make sure you check off…Read More
Looking for a trip your entire family will enjoy? Look no further than Grand County.Read More