Rocky Mountain National Park Snowshoeing Trails
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Snowshoeing in RMNP
Winter and Spring in Rocky Mountain National Park are seasons not to be missed! It's the alpine snows that closes Trail Ridge Road, but without the fluffy white flakes there would be no winter wonderland! Embrace the outdoor adventurers that only SNOW creates: cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, sledding and snow forts!
Near the former Hidden Valley Ski Area. The lower reaches of this area appeal to families and others who arrive after a snow storm with sleds and tubes in hand for a day of snow play.
The National Park offers various trails: Deer Mountain Trail, Fern Lake Trail, Glacier Creek Trail, Lawn Lake Trail, Mill Creek Trail, and Epsilon Lake Trail. Rangers and volunteers lead a few treks, and snowshoeing equipment is available for rent in Estes Park.
There is no better way to see the spectacular Rocky Mountain National Park back-country then by snowshoeing. Explore frozen lakes and waterfalls, snow-covered basins, and surround ourselves with towering mountains. Rocky Mountain National park is a different park in the winter animals such as moose and elk forage through the forests and plains.
Places to Stay & Fun Things to Do
Family Suites and Spa-Suites with private balcony or deck, fireplace and WiFi near Rocky Mountain National Park along Fall River in Estes Park. Aspen Winds offers Romance and Snowshoe Packages.
Blackhawk Cabins are 2 miles from Rocky Mountain National Park. Fish Fall River. Relaxing Riverside Hot Tub. LOG CABINS in Estes Park: Woodburning fireplace, good WiFi, kitchen, loft with pine interior.
More Activities & Information
Allenspark, Colorado includes: Meeker Park, Raymond
Estes Park, Colorado includes: Drake
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