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086 - Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado (Print)
Photograph America Newsletter on Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado
 
Sixty-five miles northwest of Denver in the middle of Colorado, right on the eastern edge of the Rockies, is the Rocky Mountain National Park. Established in 1915, the area became the nation's tenth national park. Bisected by the Continental Divide, the park contains more than a hundred mountain peaks rising over ten-thousand feet. More than one-third of this park lies above treeline. One of the highest paved roads in America crosses open alpine tundra with spectacular panoramic views of distant peaks.
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Updated - September 2014
Sixty-five miles northwest of Denver in the middle of Colorado, on the eastern edge of the Rockies, is the Rocky Mountain National Park. With more than a hundred mountain peaks rising over ten-thousand feet, more than one-third of this park lies above treeline. One of the highest paved roads in America crosses open alpine tundra with spectacular panoramic views of distant peaks.
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Locations
  • Alberta Falls
  • Bear Lake
  • Bierstadt Lake
  • Chiquita Creek
  • Dream Lake
  • Emerald Lake
  • Estes Park
  • Forest Canyon Overlook
  • Grand Lake
  • Haiyaha Lake
  • Holzwarth Historic Site
  • Lily Mountain
  • Lily Lake
  • Longs Peak Trail
  • Mills Lake
  • Old Fall River Road
  • Rainbow Curve
  • Ridge Road
  • Trail Ridge Road
  • Wild Basin Trail