RMNA Bus Tours On Trail Ridge Road In RMNP
Throughout the summer, Rocky Mountain Nature Association will offer two bus tours showcasing the breathtaking scenery of Trail Ridge Road. As the nation’s highest continuous paved highway, this road meanders through various life zones on its way through the Park and over one of the largest, most pristine stretches of alpine tundra in the lower 48 states.
The Journey to the Top tour, offered on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays from June 12 to September 6, is a trip along Trail Ridge Road with the Alpine Visitors’ Center as one of the premier featured stops. Participants will receive a unique overview of the Park’s history, flora, fauna, and geology while viewing passing landscapes from the comfort of a 14-passenger van, with opportunities to take pictures at the many pull-off stops along the way.
The Grand Lake Safari, a new tour option offered Tuesdays between June 11 and September 3, is an all-day tour of RMNP via Trail Ridge Road. Participants will have opportunities explore the historic town of Grand Lake, Rock Cut, and the Forest Canyon Overlook.
Both lunch and admission to Rocky Mountain National Park are included in the registration fee for both bus tours. For more information or to register for this and other Rocky Mountain Field Seminars, visit our website at rmna.org or contact us by phone at 970-586-3262.