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Rocky Mountain National Park Centennial Commissioned Items Released

Rocky Mountain National Park’s 100th Anniversary ceremonies begin this week, kicking off a year’s worth of celebrations!   The Rocky Mountain Conservancy, in conjunction with Rocky Mountain National Park, has commissioned several products for the celebration of Rocky Mountain National Park’s 100th Anniversary. Jim Disney, a professional artist since 1963, was commissioned to create the official Centennial p ...

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Chip Seal Project On Trail Ridge Road To Begin August 25

On Monday, August 25, weather permitting, a chip seal project will begin on Trail Ridge Road on the east side of Rocky Mountain National Park from Rainbow Curve to Alpine Visitor Center, an approximate 11-mile section. During the chip seal project, traffic will be reduced to one lane, and 30 minute delays should be expected. The project will take place through Friday, August 29. Cyclists and motorcyclists s ...

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Crater Trail On West Side Of Rocky Mountain National Park Will Remain Closed

 Due to excessive erosion and damage to sensitive natural and cultural resources, the Crater Trail, a short trail located on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park, will remain closed to use for the remainder of this year. The Crater Trail is a one-mile long, dead end trail that is normally open to visitor use after mid-August each year following the bighorn sheep lambing season. The trail leads to t ...

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Small Fire Burning In RMNP

There is a small fire, approximately 5 acres, on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park called the Tonahutu Fire. The fire is located roughly 1 mile north of Grand Lake. There are six people including personnel from Rocky Mountain National Park, Arapaho National Forest and Grand Lake Fire Protection District who have been part of the initial attack plus a Type III helicopter is on scene. A helicopter ...

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Wilderness And Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years

Get a sneak peek of the park’s upcoming 2015 centennial with Rocky Mountain National Park: The First 100 Years by award-winning author Mary Taylor Young. Ms. Young will be speaking at 8:30 p.m., Monday, August 11, in the Moraine Park Campground Amphitheater. Witness the rise, fall, and rise of mountains. Meet ancient people who built rock game drives. Discover explorers lured by the mountains’ call, and adv ...

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A Celebration Of The 100th Anniversary Of The 1914 Arapaho Pack Trip

The Northern Arapaho Tribe and Rocky Mountain National Park invite you to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the historic 1914 Arapaho Pack Trip to Estes Park, Rocky Mountain National Park and Grand Lake, with a series of special events on Saturday, August 9. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 9, Arapaho vendors will be featured in Bond Park, which is located in Estes Park. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. a ...

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Search In Longs Peak and Mount Meeker Area

On the morning of July 28, Rocky Mountain National Park rangers were notified by a family member that Jay Yambert, 56, of Champaign, Illinois, was overdue. Yambert had planned to summit Longs Peak on the east side, via The Loft on Sunday, July 27. At 4:30 p.m. yesterday he was in touch with family and indicated that he would be late getting back to the trailhead. They contacted the park this morning when th ...

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Old Fall River Road To Close To All Uses For Flood Damage Repairs

On Monday, July 28, Old Fall River Road in Rocky Mountain National Park will close to all uses including pedestrians and hikers, as major repair work begins on the road and the Alluvial Fan bridge. Old Fall River Road received significant damages during the September 2013 flood. The road has been closed since last September to vehicles and bicycles but pedestrians and hikers had been allowed on the road. Al ...

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