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Researchers Perform Extensive One Day Survey Of Water Quality In RMNP

Researchers will capture a snapshot-in-time of water quality from 250 locations within and around Rocky Mountain National Park in order to glimpse how spatial differences in climate, pollution, and disturbances like mountain pine beetle are affecting Colorado’s watersheds. On August 12, with the help of more than 70 volunteers, researchers at the National Park Service and the University of Colorado at Bould ...

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Final Remnants Of Golf Course In RMNP To Be Removed

When the National Park Service acquired Stead’s Ranch in Moraine Park from Edgar and Dorothy Stopher in 1962, the property included a 9-hole golf course. While the buildings and above ground infrastructure that were once part of Stead’s Ranch have long since been removed, remnants of the golf course and other below ground foundations and infrastructure remain. ...

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Science Behind The Scenery Series Thursday Nights In RMNP

Back by popular demand, is the Thursday evening Science Behind The Scenery Series in the auditorium at Beaver Meadows Visitor Center in Rocky Mountain National Park. The programs begin at 7:30 p.m. and are free and open to the public. Following is the remaining schedule for this summer: August 14-The Architect of Record: Beaver Meadows Visitor Center. Interested in the unique architecture of the Beaver Mead ...

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National Park Service Announces Natural Resource Award Winners

Six National Park Service (NPS) employees are the 2007 recipients of the Director’s Awards for Natural Resource Stewardship. “The winners share a strong commitment to the restoration and maintenance of our country’s natural heritage,” said Bert Frost, Associate Director of Natural Resource Stewardship and Science. “Their projects and careers epitomize the wide variety of resource management work taking plac ...

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Lightning Strikes Three Hikers In Rocky Mountain National Park

Lightning knocked three hikers to the ground at near Glacier Gorge in Rocky Mountain National Park Tuesday afternoon, giving all three minor burns. The victims were a 46-year-old man, his wife, and a 52-year-old family friend. All three were able to walk down from the Glacier Gorge trail on their own and declined further medical help, said park spokeswoman Kyle Patterson. ...

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Rocky Mountain Transit Management To Offer Five Hour Tour Of Trail Ridge Road

Wednesday’s in July & August, 2008 Due to a high demand from visitors to Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park, Rocky Mountain Transit Management in conjunction with Rocky Mountain National Park will be offering a five hour interpretive tour of Trail Ridge Road. The tour will leave the Estes Park Visitors Center at 9:45 a.m. for the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center. The tour will begin at 10:00 a.m. ...

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RMNP Announces Kick-Off Of Website To Address Global Warming

On June 16", the nonprofit National Parks Conservation Association (NPCA), the nation's leading voice for the national parks, will join Rocky Mountain National Park in announcing the launch of a new website, Do Your Part for Climate Friendly Parks, which empowers visitors to RMNP to reduce their personal greenhouse gas emissions and help Rocky Mountain National Park and national parks nationwide become lead ...

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