Cunningham Family's Adventures Thru the USA

Colorado

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

For breathtaking mountain views and terrific hiking trails, the Rocky Mountain National Park can’t be beat and  with so many entrances, you’ll be sure to find a nice quiet spot all to yourself.

Trail Ridge Road – Starts at the Deer Ridge Junction (US 36 and US 34) on the east side of the park and the Colorado River Trailhead on the western slope. Closed from mid-October to June.

Horseshoe Park – Access is either from the Fall River Entrance or Deer Ridge Junction.

Moraine Park – Moraine Park is located on Beaver Lake Road approximately 1 mile from the US 36 turn off.

Bear Lake Road  – urn left 1 mile from the Beaver Meadows Park Entrance.

Old Fall River Road – Not open until July 4th. One way traffic only. 9 miles to the top at Fall River Pass and the Alpine Visitor Center.

Lily Lake – Lily Lake is located 6 miles south of Estes Park on Colorado Highway 7 (also known as the Peak to Peak Highway).

Longs Peak  – Lily Lake is located 9 miles south of Estes Park on Colorado Highway 7.

Wild Basin – Located between the Towns of Meeker Park and Allenspark on Colorado Highway 7.