Rocky Mountain National Park Album
The Park is located 80 miles from Denver.  It is 265,000 acres in size
and has 3.1 million visitors a year.  See the the park hikes page.
The east entrance to Rocky
Mountain National Park.
There are 300 Bighorn Sheep in
the park.
The Forest Canyon overlook is
one of many viewing overlooks.
There are so many Elk you are
almost guaranteed a sighting.
Sprague Lake where a walkway
goes around the scenic lake.
Forest Canyon in May.
The snow on May 27th, 2009 was
very deep.
Joanne at Sprague Lake.
Dream Lake on the Bear Lake
hike.  See RMNP hikes.
Stone church near Longs Peak.  
This photo was prior to the great
flood of 2011 when the landscape
was dramatically altered.
Mills Lake on the
Glacier Gulch Trail
The feeling of being on the
top of the world.
Panoramic of a Elk herd
Six Rocky Mountain Bighorn
Sheep
Panoramic taken June 2, 2016
Longs Peak (left mountain)
Emerald Lake in the winter.   See RMNP hikes.
The east entrance to Rocky
Mountain National Park.
The park is located on the
Continental Divide.
Rocky Mountain NP from the east
from Lily Mountain.
Tourists find a Marmott.
The Trail Ridge Road was a
canyon of snow on June 2, 2016.
A bench peaks out of the snow
on June 2, 2016
Panoramic of the Forest
Canyon overlook.
The snow on June 2nd, 2016 was
deeper.
Nymph Lake
Panoramic taken June 13, 2017
Park in 2003
Same spot in 2009
Same spot in 2017
Stopping the Pine Beetle by recording the
progress with a photo from the same spot.
Same spot in 2019
There was record snow on June 10, 2019.  The
Trail Ridge Road was 2 weeks late in opening.
The Alpine Visitor Center was still under snow on June 10, 2019.
Visitor Centers
The Fall River Visitor Center
The Alpine Visitor Center
The Kawuneeche Visitor Center