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Explore Rocky Mountain National Park During The Winter

 For many visitors, winter is their favorite season to enjoy Rocky Mountain National Park. The park is less visited but still very much open and alive with activity. Beautiful backcountry areas can be reached on snowshoes, skis, and at lower elevations - even with hiking boots! Elk, coyotes, deer, snowshoe hares, and other wildlife remain active through the winter. Their story is told by the tracks left in ...

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Fatality On the Longs Peak Trail In Rocky Mountain National Park

A fifty-five year old man from Lakewood, Colorado, died along the Longs Peak trail in Rocky Mountain National Park, today, Saturday, January 10.   The victim was approximately 2.5 miles (over 10,000 feet elevation) from the Long Peak Trailhead. Park dispatch was contacted from the Longs Peak emergency phone, located at the trailhead, at 2:25 p.m. The caller indicated that a man was receiving CPR on the trai ...

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January Evening Programs At Rocky Mountain National Park

Saturday, January 3, 7:00 p.m.-Extreme Alaska: Denali National Park. This Alaskan park is home to the tallest mountain in North America and over two million acres of wilderness. Altitude defines which wild conditions and creatures dominate. Join a National Geographic crew during this 50 minute film, as they trek low and high to experience big game deep in the taiga forest, beautiful subarctic vistas of the ...

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Great Holiday Gift That Gives In Many Ways

Looking for a unique gift idea for the holidays? A Rocky Mountain National Park Annual Pass is a great gift for that person who enjoys visiting the park or would like to visit more often. A Rocky Mountain National Park Annual Pass is a gift that gives in many ways. Your recipient will be able to enjoy all the beauty and adventure the park has to offer during all seasons and Rocky Mountain National Park bene ...

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Cards Designed By Artist Jim Disney On Sale At Rocky Mountain Nature Assoc.

Last year, First Lady Laura Bush chose to celebrate national parks as the theme for the ornaments to be placed on the White House Christmas tree. Every National Park Service area in the United States was invited to create an ornament. Rocky Mountain National Park contacted Jim Disney, who agreed readily to create the unique ornament. An accomplished artist, Disney is also an accomplished mountaineer who kno ...

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Test Burn To Be Conducted In Beetle Killed Trees

Fire managers from Rocky Mountain National Park are collaborating with Colorado State University researchers to learn more about the impacts of the mountain pine beetle epidemic on fire behavior.  This pilot project will investigate three important issues: the flammability of lodgepole pine crowns, the mechanisms of pine seed dispersal following beetle attack, and survival of beetle larvae following burning ...

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National Park Service Officials Close Trail Ridge Road For The Season

On Thursday, November 6, 2008, Trail Ridge Road officially closed for the season to through travel. Old Fall River Road officially closed for the season on October 20, 2008. Trail Ridge Road, one of the most impressive alpine highways in the United States, is the highest continuous road in America and reaches an elevation of 12,183 feet. The road connects the Estes Park Valley on the east and Grand Lake on ...

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Flights Scheduled To Monitor Elk Population

Over the next five months, weather conditions permitting, fixed wing and helicopter flights will occur over Rocky Mountain National Park. These flights will assist with the survey procedures to estimate elk populations in the park. Park staff anticipate no more than three days of flights per month. The flights will not occur on weekends or on holidays. Both a fixed wing aircraft and a helicopter, flying at ...

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