Longs Peak, Mt. Adams, Glacier Basin, Shadow Mountain Lake...if you've visited Rocky Mountain National Park, then your mind's eye is filled with vivid images of these places along with many more intimate setting around the park.
Pick up our 3/4" thick wooden "map" to remind you of your trip. Sit is on a bookshelf, desk, windowsill or the trim above your doorway. As you catch a glimpse during your day, you'll be treated to a mini vacation of memories!
Written on the back: Established in 1915, Rocky Mountain National Park covers 415 square miles stretching between Estes Park in the east and Grand Lake to the west. The Continental Divide runs north and south through the center of the park and the headwaters of the Colorado River begin in its northwest region.
This park is one of the most visited of the National Parks with a total of five visitor centers spread throughout to provide visitors with background and activities information. A drive on Trail Ridge Road takes you on an adventure through subalpine and alpine worlds. Over 300 miles of hiking trails brings you even closer to wildflowers, forests, wildlife and wide open skys.