Based in Northern Colorado, Rocky Mountain National Park spans the Continental Divide and includes stunning mountains, forests and alpine tundra.
Medicine Bow Curve
Medicine Bow Curve is a hairpin switchback on Trail Ridge Road that provides amazing views of the Medicine Bow Mountain Range (also referred to as the Never Summer Mountains).This picturesque spot is at an elevation of 11,640 feet, above the tree line and in the alpine tundra.
Upper Beaver Meadows
Upper Beaver Meadows in known for its abundant wildlife, including elk, deer, and various types of birds. This beautiful meadow has amazing views of stunning tree forests and Longs Peak, a mountain with an elevation of over fourteen thousand feet.
A popular location to visit or camp in Rocky Mountain National Park, Moraine Park is located in the alpine tundra and shows stunning panoramic views of sweeping valleys and mountain peaks.
A favorite trail of many hikers from Colorado and abroad, the Ute Trail provides sweeping unobstructed views of mountain peaks, meadows and beautiful wildflowers.