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Volunteers Needed At Rocky Mountain National Park

Be a part of the team at Rocky Mountain National Park! The Volunteer Program at Rocky is seeking volunteers to fill a variety of roles during the busy summer season. Volunteers are needed to assist in visitor centers, at trailheads, in the Fire Management Office, on road crews and trail crews, and in the Cultural Resource Office. Occasionally, the National Park Service recruits for positions that include ho ...

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Body Found Near Bear Lake Believed To Be That Of Troy Green

On Tuesday, February 5, 2013, Rocky Mountain National Park officials were notified by two persons who were snowshoeing north and west of Bear Lake of a body located in a thick timbered area, approximately 100 feet off a summer hiking trail. Larimer County Coroner’s office will not release positive identification until completion of an autopsy. However, it is believed that the body is that of Troy Green, 39, ...

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Search Managers Scale Back Efforts For Missing Man

On Sunday February 3, the backcountry surrounding the Bear Lake area where Mr. Green was last seen was again heavily used by park visitors who were snowshoeing and skiing. The saturation of this area by searchers, dog teams, a helicopter, and large numbers of recreational users provided a great deal of coverage but again with no clues.   Search teams on Sunday encountered deep snow and pockets of consi ...

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Rocky Mountain National Park Announces Winter Pile Burning Operations

Fire managers at Rocky Mountain National Park plan to take advantage of potential upcoming winter weather conditions to burn piles of slash. Approximately 1,500 piles are from several hazard fuels and hazard tree mitigation projects on the east side of the park. Slash has been cut and piled by park fire crews and contractors during the last two years. Nearly 6,000 piles were burned throughout the park last ...

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2013 Fee Free Days In Rocky Mountain National Park

    To promote tourism in National Parks throughout the United States, the National Park Service is offering a handful of free entrance fee dates to all visitors. 2013: January 21 (Martin Luther King, Jr. Day) April 22-26 (National Park Week) August 25 (National Park Service Birthday) September 28 (National Public Lands Day) November 9-11 (Veterans Day weekend) All you have to do is show up! Make ...

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RMNP Ranger Larry Frederick To Retire

Larry Frederick, Chief of Interpretation and Education, at Rocky Mountain National Park, retired on January 3, 2013. Larry studied Park and Recreation Management in the College of Forestry at Colorado State University graduating in June 1972. Prior to graduation, he spent a summer as a member of the Pike National Forest Hot Shot Fire Crew. In January 1972 he began volunteering weekends at Rocky Mtn. NP in t ...

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Explore Rocky Mountain National Park During The Holidays

Fun Family Activities - Come See What We Have To Offer! East Side of Park: Winter Storytime for Kids! – Daily until January 1 at 10:00 a.m. Come and read with a Ranger and hear stories about the wonders of the winter season. Meet at Fall River Visitor Center (located on Hwy 34) for this 30 minute program. No program will be held on December 25. Skins and Skulls –Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 2:00 p.m. ...

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Incident Management Team Thanks Our Community

Dear Editor: On behalf of Great Basin National Incident Management Team 2, I would like to thank the community of Estes Park for its remarkable support and cooperation during the Fern Lake Fire. We realize the impacts that this incident has had on your community, but know that your remarkable spirit will see you though. Your many generous offers of support were not overlooked. Firefighters especially apprec ...

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